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You'd think nothing... but you'd be wrong. On last night's episode, I was watching the giggly hostess of Wipeout (aka Jill Wagner) on an episode of Bones where she played a skanky girl who was almost charged with murdering her lovah. She's trying to work some weird accent here (ineffectively, as she loses it part of the way through) but like, it was hilarious to me to see a woman who interviews grown men in toucan costumes for a living trying to play something a little more gritty. And really, she was better than I expected, because on Wipeout she can't keep a straight face to save her life and she flubs lines and names constantly (which is part of her charm).

The other night she called a guy whose last name was Peques (or something) Pegasus. I nearly fell out of my chair laughing. So to see her in a scene with lines, emoting was somewhat impressive (since I've never seen any of her other "acting" work). She got misty, took off her tongue ring and even showed off a tramp stamp for this roll, and her hair looked amazing. Personally, I still prefer her on Wipeout though. Check out her big moment below.

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