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Watch The 10 Best ‘Best Story Ever’ Segments Of 2013
January 5, 2014
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One of our favourite segments on George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight is "Best Story Ever," where, as the name implies, guests tell us all about their most outlandish adventures (and misadventures).

We decided to collect some of our funniest and most ridiculous Best Story Ever contributions from the last year in handy list form.

Here we go:

10. Steve-O Gets Medical Attention From Mike Tyson And A Kung-Fu Instructor

9. Rashida Jones Has An Embarrassing Moment With Her Idol Holly Hunter

8. Marc Baylis And The Exposed Goalkeeper

7. Jon Montgomery Escapes From A Police Car

6. How Ian Tyson Turned On Bob Dylan (Who Turned On The Beatles)

5. James Cromwell Explains How A Pig Changed His Life

4. Alice Cooper Considers Shooting Elvis Presley

3. Dan Savage Offends A Horse Lover

2. Alison Brie And Danny Pudi Can't Hold It In Anymore

1. Jackie Chan Picks A Fight With Bruce Lee... And Loses

To see more Best Story Evers from the likes of Idris Elba, Channing Tatum and Robert Pattinson head over to our Videos page.


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