OOPS! 'Morning Edition's' Best Bloopers Morning Edition hosts recount and replay some of the show's less-than-perfect moments on the air.
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OOPS! 'Morning Edition's' Best Bloopers

OOPS! 'Morning Edition's' Best Bloopers

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Morning Edition staff, including Melissa Gray and Barry Gordemer, shown here in 2002, aren't immune to mistakes€” or sheer silliness. Courtesy of Jeffrey Katz hide caption

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Morning Edition staff, including Melissa Gray and Barry Gordemer, shown here in 2002, aren't immune to mistakes€” or sheer silliness.

Courtesy of Jeffrey Katz

Painter Salvador Dalí once said, "Have no fear of perfection — you'll never reach it."

Writer George Orwell opined, "The essence of being human is that one does not seek perfection."

And, as the great philosopher Tina Fey says, "Perfect is overrated. Perfect is boring."

It is in this spirit that, as part of this week's celebration of Morning Edition's 35th anniversary, we share some of our less-than-perfect moments.