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Come on, montage! Drunk man crashes D.I.C.E. Awards


2:00 AM on 02.12.2013



Of everything to come out of the 2013 D.I.C.E. Summit last week, this undoubtedly brought me the most joy. Specifically, the moment I'm referring to happens at 2:07:30, when an intoxicated man jumped up on stage and wanted to thank all of the montage winners. No, really -- all of them.

A noble cause, to be sure, but a misguided one, perhaps. Chris Hardwick did an admirable job hosting the ceremony, particularly in this would-be moment of crisis. The interruption quickly turned into a comedy bit and really lightened the mood. Those folks on the Skylanders team apparently know how to have a good time.

Montage forever!






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