Oliver: Clark's on a blind date? Talk about footage of a train wreck. A disaster?

Lois: You might want to save
the space on your DVR because here's the kicker. He did great.
Yes, a disaster.
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"Train wreck" has become a slang term for any disaster. You can say, "Boy, how about that presentation to the client this morning? What a total freaking train wreck!" but you wouldn't say, "I knew the presentation wasn't going to go well, but I didn't expect it to be an airplane crash," or "If Jim lets one more sales meeting turn into a chemical spill, he's going to get fired."
Thank you, both!
BTW I haven't seen you here recently, Philip.