Some call it a cannon, which it kinda looks like. Kinda (VIDEO)

This segment on Q13 FOX started out so well…. then Google asked Kaci Aitchison to draw a cannon.The rest will now forever be known as my favorite moment on live television ever….

Posted by Travis Mayfield on Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Seattle’s KCPQ, a Washington area Fox affiliate, went epic when a local TV personality was asked by Google to draw a cannon.

Part of Google’s A.I. Experiments, an online doodle game learns as you sketch an item. Host Travis Mayfield kicks it off with simple drawings of a bow tie and scissors.

Then Kaci Aitchison picks a cannon to draw and the train leaves the rails.

Hey, this is gun related. Marginally NSFW, but still gun related.

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