Found February 08, 2012 on Unathletic:
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So far Jimmy Kimmel has taken on Halloween and Christmas, but now he may have taken it to far. Kimmel issued the challenge to his viewers to unplug the TV during the most sacred of football holidays, Super Bowl Sunday. The major difference between this and past pranks, is that adults are now the victims . . . this may not end well.

Jimmy Kimmel’s challenges are pretty damn funny. I’m not going to lie – I enjoy these things. This one wasn’t as good as the Halloween and Christmas challenges, but it’s still pretty good..

hit the jump to check it out…


Jimmy Kimmel Super Bowl prank causes people to freak out (Video)

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Never Unplug The TV During The Super Bowl

Even if Jimmy Kimmel asks you to.

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