Watch T-Mobile CEO John Legere's CES 2014 press conference in just over five minutes

'Wouldn't it be fun if right now I did the Michael, whatever-his-name-is thing off to the left?'

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We expected T-Mobile CEO John Legere to be explicit at CES 2014 this year... but we weren't prepared for him handing out report cards to the competition, and (jokingly) threatening to shoot a journalist.

That's Magenta's modus operandi these days, and the Uncarrier 4.0 also took the time to announce some impressive growth figures and aggressive offers for people who switch plans. Catch up on the (NSFW) presentation in just over five minutes.

And lest we forget, here's the best of John Legere up to this year's press conference:

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