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Exclusive: The Secrets of OK Go's Latest Viral Video

In this behind-the-scenes video, band and director Trish Sie show how they pulled off the remarkable, single-shot clip for 'White Knuckles'

September 22, 2010 6:35 PM ET

OK Go's new video for "White Knuckles" has been viewed over 2.5 million times in the 48 hours since its premiere, with most of those viewers surely wondering how the band pulled off the canine-training coup in a single take. The answer, as established in our exclusive video above: Lots practice, patience and doggy treats.

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