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Samuel Jackson Flips Out on KTLA Reporter

If you’re a fan of Samuel Jackson, this is a video you need to watch.

Samuel Jackson is set up to do an interview with KTLA in Los Angeles regarding his new movie, ‘Robo Cop.’ What it turns in to is the most awkward interview and schooling that news anchor Sam Rubin will ever live through.

Sam Rubin apparently did not realize he was talking to Samuel Jackson and not actor Laurence Fishburne. Rubin attempts to open the interview by discussing Jackson’s Super Bowl commercial. The problem with that was it was Fishburne who was in the commercial, not Jackson.

What happens next is Rubin gets the schooling of his life and absolutely dressed down on tv.

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