If you, like us, were left all teary-eyed by the news yesterday of Paul Walker's mum telling Vin Diesel he had "lost his other half," then you're in luck. For a blooper reel showcasing the funniest fuck-ups from throughout The Fast and the Furious saga has appeared on YouTube, featuring Paul (R.I.P.) and the rest of the crew.

The hilarious clip includes outtakes from numerous films in the franchise, showing accidental car crashes, forgotten lines, and the actors' uncontrollable laughter when filming some of the more ridiculous scenes.

The bloopers reel arrives just days after the latest movie, The Fate of the Furious, hit U.S. cinemas, though there doesn't appear to be any outtakes from that movie in this compilation. The new movie is the first not to feature Paul Walker, who tragically died in a car crash in 2013.

Watch the clip above, then let us know your favorite part in the comments below.

When you've finished, find out what critics are saying about The Fate of the Furious, here.

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