When my son, Michael, was a little tike around the age of 4, he began using the word "actually" a lot.  I wish I would have recorded video of it, because it was pretty funny how often he'd say it.

Here's a video of a little kid named Noah Ritter (he looks like he's about 5 or 6).  Noah got interviewed by the local news at a county fair in Honesdale, Pennsylvania the other day.  And he immediately talked about how excited he was, because he'd never been on "live TV" before.  The reporter also let him hold the microphone, which made it even MORE exciting for him.

And I guess he's noticed that reporters tend to say the word "apparently" a lot.  Because he was pretending to be one . . . and said it SEVEN times in 45 SECONDS.

His best line was, quote, "Apparently sometimes I don't watch the news, because I'm a kid.  And apparently Grandpa just gives me the remote after we watch the Powerball."