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2020 in overview: 10 glitches and humorous moments from International Information Morning Calgary – Calgary

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What you may not know when watching Global News Morning Calgary is how many people it takes to get the show on.

Each day, a group of hardworking and dedicated staff gathers early in the morning to write, prepare, and produce a four-hour newscast anchored by Dallas Flexhaug with traffic reports from Leslie Horton, weather forecast from meteorologist Jordan Witzel, and live news from Sarah Offin and Bindu Suri.

Despite the best efforts of everyone involved, things can still go wrong and breakdowns occur during the live broadcast.

Towards the end of 2020, we thought it might be fun looking back at some of the silliest and most memorable mishaps and moments of the morning show that took place on Global News Morning Calgary this year.

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Doug Vaessen’s extremely cold close-up

Reporter Doug Vaessen discussed Calgary’s cold weather in January when the camera failed and fell, only showing his chin.

Jordan Witzel sings “Let’s talk about sex”

As early as February, as Valentine’s Day approached, Jordan was asked to ask a sexologist how to plan the perfect date.

When Dallas mentioned the interview on the air, Jordan started singing Let’s Talk About Sex by Salt-N-Pepa, which made Leslie, Dallas and Matthew Conrod laugh.

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Jordan Witzel climbs a ladder

Why was Jordan on a ladder in late February? Well … we’re not entirely sure. Possibly to replace a burnt out lightbulb?

Jordan Witzel surprises Dallas Flexhaug on the anchor desk

In early March, Dallas made the mistake of telling Jordan that she was having trouble waking up.

Jordan then took it upon himself to shake her awake.

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Jordan Witzel talks about his “huge” cucumber

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Later in March Dallas started laughing so hard that she started crying when Jordan started arguing about his “giant” pickle.

He later explained social distancing to Leslie, telling her to keep a “cucumber distance”.

Jordan Witzel creates ‘Studio Buff’ while he is alone in Studio B.

When COVID-19 cases began to rise in the province in late March, Jordan was forced to move from the studio that aired the morning show (Studio A) to a separate studio across the hall (Studio B) to help social distancing.

It’s safe to say that Jordan wasn’t particularly good at dealing with loneliness.

He started building his own gym.

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Jordan Witzel is hiding in his weather map

On the same day that Jordan was creating “Studio Buff” alone in Studio B, he also started playing around with his green screen.

Leslie Horton fears she may have to get a Flowbee haircut

In late March, when Alberta was staying in the middle of a lockdown, Leslie joked that she may soon need a Flowbee to cut her hair.

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What is a flowbee? Let Leslie explain.

Dallas Flexhaug accidentally calls Jordan Witzel “George” on-air

In June, Dallas was a little speechless and accidentally called Jordan “George” on the air.

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Dallas Flexhaug giggles at a KFC romance movie “A Recipe for Seduction”

And finally, in December, Dallas could barely make it through scripting a steamy new original Lifetime movie about Colonel Sanders.

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