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-This is not my best moment. This week on Always On, we bring you the best bloopers of Season 3. -On the snowy hills-- -In the studio, and even in Spain, we have bloopers galore. -So get ready-- -Always On is on. -What? -I mean, on. -Welcome to Always On. I am Molly Wood. -And I am Jeff Cannata. -And this is the show where we take a look at the tech this part of your life-- -and your future. -But today, we're not gonna do any of that. -No. It's Blooper Day. You get to see all the fun stuff that we cut out of the episodes because it makes us look ridiculous. -Ridiculous. The dancing, the singing, the-- just mess ups, the giggles. -There's a lot of that. -Let's get to it. Welcome to Always On. I am Molly Wood. -And I'm Jeff Cannata. -And this is that show-- Three, two-- Blooper time. And that-- Three, two. When we come back, the future of your-- of your-- Now, obviously, there were plenty of new products announced-- -And I'm unboxing my new I'm Watch right here in Barcelona. It's loud here. -And now, it's ready to be uploaded to a service like-- -With that? -What? Yeah, we're not done with that big blah, blah, blah. My bad. I messed that up. While we're here in Manchester Theme Park, we're gonna take this opportunity to-- opportunity-- Have I ever done this before? Apparently not. -Make it so easy. -Super personalized health technology surper. Oh my God, surper. Oh my God, health. That's right. And then you know they're coming about-- ababababa. Oh, rats. How you bedevil me every time. Yeah. That-- So this is what-- This is like really pushing the button-- Oh. Mayday. -Oh, the air-- the [unk] alarm-- -The alarm is going off. -The security is here. -I know. It just came up. -Stop running. -Help. Help. Help. -Oh boy. -I'm so sorry. -The-- And that was our last report from Mobile World Congress. -And that was the part where we went to jail. -Love you, Molly, and that other guy. Hope you can do this. Thanks. Heart. Yeah. Oh, he's your biggest fan. Other guy. -Yes. Yeah. I can't wait 'till I have name recognition. -We're gonna have lots more from our trip to-- Can't be-- play nice with the [unk]. All that and more coming up. -No. What? -What? Sorry. -He's new. -And we're kicking things off with a view of the-- Yeah. My God, Jeff's brain. Every stupid thing that I add on there, just [unk] but-- -Yeah. -I am shocked. Oh my God. I got-- Touch screen tablet-- laptop. -You can say whatever you want. You're doing awesome. -I'm saying whatever I want. That's the problem. -Yeah. -To record a stop or-- What is the freaking thing? -Time lapse. - Time lapse. -Time lapse. It's so beautiful in the MacBook Plo. -Did he say Plo? -Everyone else heard it. I couldn't get away with it. -Old three-take Cannata, are they calling me? -The best thing about all of this footage, by the way, is that it all starts with someone's huge face right there like, "I think it's-- I think it's rolling. Is it on?" -Rolling. I would like just an editor's note, clap [unk] for the [unk]. -Here we go. -Clap. Thank you. -Well done. That was a-- That was a winner. -Next time, you can clap. Can I do that now? -Very lame, yeah. -Very lame. -Thank you. -Jeff, please clap. Go. -I'm fired from clapping. -That was a good clap, huh? -It was a really good clap. I know. I should clap by a second-- -Oh, but no-- Mine was terrible. -I [unk] you. -Molly, please clap. -Thank you. [unk]. Thank you. -I blew it. The pressure. I know my strengths. If we're taking one photo every two seconds, that's 30 photos a minute, thirty times-- thirty minutes is 900 photos and I can't do anymore math than that. I was so close. Hold on. 900 photos, one photo a frame. Okay. Let me-- I can do this. I can do this. One photo is a frame, 30 photos in one second. Okay. I can do this. Thirty times thirty is 900 photos, one frame is one photo. [unk]. Whoa. Can we-- No. No. Okay. When 30 photos is one second, that's 30 photos every minute, one-- [unk]. Thirty photos every minute. One-- [unk]. One photo is one frame, 30 photos-- This is gonna be the worst blooper ever. [unk]. And one sec-- We'll do a voice over. I got this. Okay. Now, in order for us to figure out how long this video will be, we have to do some math. If we taking one photo every two seconds, that's 30 photos per minute. Thirty times thirty minutes that we're shooting is 900 photos. Now, if one frame is one photo and there are 30 frames per second, we'll get a 30-second video. I deserve a prize for that. I really do, though. That was it? -That was it. -Oh, yes. -My favorite-- My paborite fart. That's what I was gonna say, honestly. That's what I was gonna say. -Yes. Fart blooper, score. -My paborite fart. -Fart blooper. -My favorite part of that segment was when the man-- Now, you're gonna wait when we hear paborite fart, right? -That part tickles. Oh no. I won't say that. I liked the part. -When you're ready. -Yes. -God. -I am. The professional one is-- three, two-- I-- -Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. All right. -Molly. -I like how the man assured you-- I didn't even say it. I didn't even say it. I specifically didn't say it. -Damn it. Oh no. Okay. All right. -And we're cooking up a nasty and delicious torture test for the Sony Xperia Z. -I heard you said nasty and then I couldn't remember my line anymore. I was like eww. -It's just-- -It's so very nasty-- -It's just nasty, right? -Yeah. -So is tasty. -Are you serious? -Tasty. Whoops. -I thought it was-- -It was literally like-- What? Sorry. That just stopped me cold. I was like-- -Oh, it didn't slip your showing. -We are? -Nasty. -I'm gonna do like a [unk]. I'm sorry. -No, like it-- Anyway, yes. -All right. -Awesome. Okay. -And we have got a tasty so-weet torture test for the Sony Xperia Z. -You don't have to over-correct. -So-weet. Oh? Too much? -That was cute. I like that a lot. Yeah. -Nothing like reading in a bath tub. So relaxing. Bubbles. -Shut the front door. -Here it is. -Oh, gotta go. [unk]. All right. Okay. Back. Back. This thing should the [unk] universe. Okay. Plus, it's falling over. [unk]. Wow. That's so mean. -Such a A-hole. -Exactly. -It's just a pain in the ass. -Gross. -That will-- that make-- made me blush with laughing. Okay. Wow. I'm crazy. -Bam. Bam. Bam. Bam. Bam. This week on Always On, we bring you the best bloopers of Season 3. -On snowy hills-- -Snowy hills-- I mean, I think it looks good. -I think it's fine. -It should be distracting. It should be messy but it shouldn't be [unk]. We're looking at-- -I can't believe you're touching my hair. -What? -[unk] with him? -No. It's good-- -Right. -What the hell was that noise? This is awful. This is gonna take an hour. Ew. This is all over me. And I spit a little bit on that one in here. This is not my best moment. All right. It goes right here. I'll be back. What do you think? We're charming and hilarious. -Right. -Shot indeed. Well, I would say that we are probably well and truly embarrassed. -I'm not proud of myself. -By that-- -And we have learned that Molly's sense of humor is that of a sixth grader. You think farts are funny. -Farts are funny. Just try to say it without laughing. I dare you. -You can't. -All right. That's actually it for Season 3. -Yes, but we're going to be back. We're working hard on Season 4. -Yes. -Tuesday. May 14th. We come back with Season 4. I'm really excited about all this stuff we got in store. -That will be the world premiere. So we hope that you'll join us. And of course, if there are bloopers in that season, we'll show them to you too. -Not likely. Not likely. -No. No. -Not likely to be any bloopers. -We have it together now. -Definitely. -Buttoned up. Thanks for watching Always On. -See you next time.