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    BBC News Just Had Their Best Ever Guest

    It was a dog.

    BBC News had the best guest on today.

    Twitter: @BBCNews / Via Twitter: @scottreid1980

    The dog was on to the news channel because, according to a new study at Messerli Research Institute's Clever Dog Lab in Vienna, dogs can tell the difference between happy and sad faces.

    They brought its owner on to interview too.

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    But after a while you stopped paying attention to him.

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    THERE'S A LIVE DOG ON THE NEWS.

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    Bounce then was like "I wanna go home."

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    He also became more interested in checking whether the BBC newsroom staff had happy or sad faces.

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    "What are these guys talking about?"

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    "I thought Huw Edwards was going to interview me."

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    Thank you Bounce for livening up the news.

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    "You're welcome."

    You can watch the full interview here.

    View this video on YouTube

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    These three tweets sum up the interview brilliantly.

    I for one welcome our new dog overlords.

    Francis Whittaker / BuzzFeed / BBC News

    'Who's a good boy? Look, Susan, don't patronize me, but to answer your question yes, me, I have been a good boy'

    David [email protected]Follow

    'Who's a good boy? Look, Susan, don't patronize me, but to answer your question yes, me, I have been a good boy'

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