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Happy Halloween: Tony Kornheiser dresses as Lindsey Vonn on ESPN

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The popular ESPN afternoon sports debate show "Pardon The Interruption" has quite the following, and quite the sense of humor.

Even for them this is good.

The long-running staple that airs right before "SportsCenter" on the sports giant features co-hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon going back and forth on the top national sports topics of the day.

Today, it boasted that, as well as the two dressing as mega-couple Tiger Woods and Minnesota skiing sensation Lindsey Vonn, who is recovering from an ACL tear.

The image not as painful as Vonn's knee injury, but if our eyes had ACLs...

That is simply some wild and out there stuff, but too funny to second guess.

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