We can't imagine how Carter Thicke feels right now.
As we previously reported, the 19-year-old was playing hockey with his father Alan Thicke at an ice skating rink in Burbank, California when the famous TV dad suffered a sudden heart attack.
The Growing Pains star later died at the hospital at 69 years old. But Carter initially thought his dad would pull through due to his characteristically sunny disposition.
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The teen recalled the harrowing experience in a new interview with ET, admitting he thought his dad would recover once they got to the hospital. He explained:
"The ambulance came and the paramedics had stabilized him and everything seemed fine."
Carter recounted his last words to his father, who was just as perfect of a parent IRL as he was on TV, adding:
Sucks to be Justin Bieber!!
The star singer took part in a Celebrity All-Star event for the NHL's All Star Weekend that's been going on the last few days in Los Angeles, and during the game, he got to know Chris Pronger.
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Chris Pronger, unlike Bieber, is an NHL stud — he is a longtime veteran of the league, and he doesn't mess around on the ice.
And so when Pronger got the chance to crush the Biebs into the boards out on the ice… well, you have to see what happened for yourself (below)!!!
We're still processing the news of Alan Thicke's untimely death, especially since new details have emerged about the moments right before the Growing Pains alum died. How awful.
As we previously reported, the beloved TV dad passed away on Tuesday after suffering from a heart attack while playing hockey with his son Carter at the Pickwick Gardens ice skating rink in Burbank, CA. Thicke was pronounced dead at the at Providence St. Joseph's Medical Center — he was 69 years old.
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And although Robin Thicke's dad didn't survive his heart attack, he did receive immediate care as the ice rink's vice president, named Darin Mathewson, revealed:
Wonder if these guys have ever heard this joke before…
Germany's men's field hockey team is trying to win a medal at the Olympics in Rio this month, but virtually everybody on Twitter and everywhere else is so much more concerned with, uh, this.
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Two players on Germany's team — Linus Butt and Florian Fuchs — were caught on camera Saturday afternoon in a very unfortunately-timed shot during the team's game against Canada and, well, you can just see what's going on (above)!
Predictably, social media went berserk about the pairing, with many users tweeting about it (below):