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NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 06, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) A look back at memorable moments from the summer of 2013, including the lightning over Denver that delayed the opening of the NFL season, Denver Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning’s record-tying touchdown passes, a Broncos player dropping the football before crossing the end zone, the “hotdog legs” internet photo trend, Dachshund puppies swimming in a bathtub, the iCPooch device that allows dog owners to video chat & deliver treats to their pets via a tablet, smartphone or computer, the LG Ultra HD TV prank, the National Guardsmen who had puppies brought home from Afghanistan and the face of a beautiful young Syrian refugee girl, presented; scenes/photos shown.
Williams, Brian

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