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Video of the Day: When 'canoodling' goes wrong

When CTV anchorman Andrew Johnson tries to segue in his weather segment, he realizes his knowledge of local jargon isn't the best, leading to an awkward moment with his meteorologist.

See a transcript of the shenanigans below.

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[Janette Grover Geidt] Source: LYBIO.net

In those days, you couldn’t go – uh, you couldn’t take liquor into the hall, or you couldn’t drink in the hall so of course everybody brought – always brought their beer out here and drank here, and talked, fought, and then uh a lot of them brought their girlfriends out, you know canoodle or whatever.

[Reporter]

Did people canoodle in Union Bay, is that what you’re telling me?

[Janette Grover Geidt]

They did canoodle in Union Bay.

[Reporter]

Well -

[Janette Grover Geidt] Source: LYBIO.net

Which is a long time ago.

[Reporter]

  • it’s properly named though.

[Janette Grover Geidt]

Ya

[Reporter]

Bruce Williams CTV New Union Bay.

[Union Bay Resident]

Come on everybody.

[Andrew Johnson - Anchorman]

It’s time now for a full look at your forecast with Astrid, maybe we can canoodle before you get into it about —

[Astrid Braunschmidt]

We are not gonna be canoodling – WHAT!!~

[Andrew Johnson - Anchorman] Source: LYBIO.net

Oh, I thought canoodle meant chat. Astrid, you’re lucky there’s a producer in my ear – I would of – I would of carried that on and on.

[Astrid Braunschmidt]

You know what? You just made the blooper reel. Good job! Andrew!

[Andrew Johnson - Anchorman]

Take it away – get me off camera.

[Astrid Braunschmidt] Source: LYBIO.net

Oh, this is too much fun. Alright, lets completely switch gears.