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You know I went to Ohio State right, I don’t know that much

Submitted by on August 18, 20094 Comments

And there I was, finally home after a week long trip to Pennsylvania and I am treated to this gem on television.

Luckily, through the wonders of YouTube I am able to share this with the world. Check out Patricia Heaton 2:22 into the clip.

“You know I went to Ohio State right, I don’t know that much”

Simply classic. What made it better was how she attempted to correct herself by claiming Ohio State is a quality institution and then proceeds to fail at simple math.

What’s 1.50 x 5? My local grocery store owner knows that off the top of his head, and he doesn’t even speak English.

Patricia “I am so bad at math”

Regis “But… but wait a minute. Patricia.. Ohio State!”

Patricia “And that’s what I’m telling you! Exactly my point.”

Scripted dramas could not be this good. I am starting to understand how things like this happens.

On National television no less
On National television no less
OSU, gettin' em while they're young
OSU, gettin' em while they're young

No wonder Buckeye fans add a “the” before “Ohio State University”. Without it, they would confuse that school in Columbus with Ohio University, Cincinnati, or heck, even Akron University. How would they ever distinguish their beloved Buckeyes otherwise?

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  • psudevon

    That was freaking priceless. “How many dollars is 90 pennies?” “I DON'T KNOW?!?!”
    Also, I had no idea they were still doing WWTBAM. And also, that's SNL-style celebrity jeopardy easiness. Come on, celebrities. Have some decency. And how come her charities gets 25K if she gets it wrong? I'd do it this way: one question, one mil if right, 0 if wrong. And make it hard.

  • Charlie

    Hahaha! Well hard would be relative. Like a celebrity whose an Ohio State alum would struggle with a coloring book, or simple math. Or in Maurice Clarett case, he would be hard pressed to just be literate.

  • Ryan

    What a freak'n moron

  • Ryan

    What a freak'n moron