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Meet the creator of viral video hit S*** Girls Say

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The "S#*& Girls Say" videos have been watched more than 18 million times. Graydon Shepard is the man behind the woman who might remind us of someone we know. Shepard talks to Brian Williams about becoming a viral hit and the inspiration for the popular videos.