Hard to believe it’s been another year. Well, that’s misleading. Footnotes has only been on the air since July. But that doesn’t mean we can’t compile a blooper episode. It’s less labor-intensive for Matt anyway.

We spend about an hour shooting each episode, of which we use between three and four minutes of material. The rest of the time is Matt making fun of the crew, the crew making fun of Matt, and him botching his lines. Mostly, it’s him botching his lines. As you might have noticed in this blooper reel.

(Source: Wired)

If you’re reading this, you’ve either been tricked into following the link, or you’re a friend of our’s or a member of our family. This is Footnotes, Wired’s new video series on the language and ideas of … well, Wired.

This week, we travel to Iceland by way of Photoshop to observe sleeper sharks, flipperless seals, Björk, and vomiting chefs, then, naturally, start talking about people who eat dog food. The transition will be smooth and almost entirely logical. We promise.

(Source: Wired)