Last week, one of the hottest clips on The Blaze was video of Phoenix man George Lindell giving an epic description of a car crash. (To refresh your memory, you can read our initial story here.) That story, featuring Lindell's animated and vibrant description, caught the attention of Glenn Beck, who said Lindell was the reincarnation of famed, deceased comedian Chris Farley. Well, Lindell is now back in another clip, proving his first viral video was no fluke.
Lindell visited the set of KSAZ-TV in Phoenix the day after the accident and reprized his role as an epic storyteller.
"I went home, I went to bed, then I got up and went to work today, and my brother called me and told me, 'Hey, dude, you're on Fox News,'" Lindell explained, "he said, 'You're on Glenn Beck!' I was like, 'Oh, sweet, dude!'"
He was also thrilled to find out his now-famous phrase -- "Reality hits you hard, bro" -- how now been turned into a t-shirt:
Lindell didn't just react to his new celebrity status, though. He also give viewers another description of the accident, comparing it being in a "rocket ship" or an "F-22" and even allowing cameras to roll while he reinacted it from the front seat of his van:
He even worked in some criticism of the president, saying his car was "Obamanaded" when describing the damage. You can watch it all unfold below:
(H/T: Blaze reader Sharon)