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Weird! Brian Williams Frets He's 'Never Had a Balloon Drop for Anything' for Him


<p><em>See more in the <a href="…; target="_blank">cross-post</a> on the NewsBusters blog.</em></p>

<p>Upon returning from commercial break, breaking news anchor Brian Williams seemed to be living a world all his own (which he&rsquo;s probably familiar with) as he exclaimed: <strong>&ldquo;Wow. Just the science of balloon drops has changed over the years. Look, if you&#39;re into these, you&#39;re into these. It&rsquo;s a beautiful sight. You don&#39;t get to do that often as an adult.&rdquo;</strong></p>

<p>With co-host Rachel Maddow and political analyst Nicolle Wallace laughing in confusion, Williams ruled that he&rsquo;s <strong>&ldquo;never had a balloon drop for anything and they&#39;re pretty spectacular&rdquo; </strong>to which Maddow joked that one will be held <strong>&ldquo;[n]ext Tuesday 3:00 a.m. at Brian&#39;s house.&rdquo;</strong></p>

<p>Tossing to the Road Warriors correspondents, Williams again went off course joking that those who don&rsquo;t know them may confuse them with raging drunks:</p>

<p>Because we&#39;re close to Hoboken you can almost hear Francis Albert singing, it&#39;s a quarter to 3:00 and there&#39;s no one in the place but you and me. That&#39;s what our road warriors look like. If we didn&rsquo;t know them, each of them, individually, so well, you would just assume they&#39;re all hammered. They&#39;re not, they&#39;re so tired.</p>

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