Weatherman Has Meltdown on Live TV and Starts Questioning his Whole Existence
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This weatherman having a meltdown on live TV is exactly how we all feel about 2020.


Global (06 December 2020) – A weatherman from Denver in the USA is going viral with his major meltdown on live TV… and it could be the funniest thing you see all day.

We are not sure if this is real or just a parody, but it is 2020, and we all can totally relate.

Reporting live for Denver 7, “Ryan Marshall” stood outside with snow falling around him. When asked what he saw by an inside anchor named Shannon, he responded, “It looks like snow, just like I reported from the studio. I am not sure why I’m out here? Why do I have to be here to describe snowfall?”

The weatherman continues his meltdown by telling Shannon that he’s been standing in the cold for 20 minutes waiting for the news to turn to him and all he could was think about how he spent $120,000 on a degree, only for him to go outside, look around, and describe what he sees.

Watch the hilarious video here:

After a little more research we have found out that this is just a spoof and “Ryan Marshall” is actually a comedian named John Crist. Well played John, but also… we can all still totally relate.

Sources: John Christ 
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