The Hulk interrupted news coverage of a Chicago flood last Friday.
The news team at WGN in Chicago was covering a flood in the south side of Chicago when the camera noticed a sizable Hulk statue in one person's backyard. Anchor Robin Baumgarten felt compelled to comment on the statue, derailing coverage of the ongoing natural disaster.
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It's just another day on the set of Chicago's "WGN Morning News."
No, they didn't hang up on Oprah again. But Friday morning, as the WGN crew reported on extensive flooding in south suburban Chicago, anchor Robin Baumgarten couldn't help but point out an unmistakable giant statue of The Incredible Hulk towering over the backyard of one home.
Just seconds after the WGN chopper focuses its live shot on the "Hulk," its apparent owner comes charging out from his home to send a message to the station's viewers: This storm's got nothing on us.