Guy makes 'racist' game show flub, will be haunted forever.

Guy makes 'racist' game show flub, will be haunted forever.
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You may be having a bad day, but at least you're not this dude.

Two weeks after his son was born, New York comedian and director Evan Kaufman appeared on the show $10,000 Pyramid, and had a moment even more embarrassing than Joey Tribbiani.

Guy makes 'racist' game show flub, will be haunted forever.
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The new dad, exhausted by the new dadness, was tasked with providing clues to celebrity guest Tim Meadows (of SNL) fame and given the category "People Whose Last Name is Obama."

In what is perhaps the brain fart of all brain farts, he said, "Bin Laden."

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Alas, Kaufman noticed his mistake (Obama is not Osama), and said "Barack," but not before the snafu could be packaged as a 15-second viral clip.

Guy makes 'racist' game show flub, will be haunted forever.
Thanks, Osama.
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He took to Twitter to explain how that brutal, humiliating moment came to be.

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Comedians like Patton Oswalt sympathize with Kaufman, as it is a truly unfortunate situation.

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Welcome to immortality, Evan!

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