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As Oklahoma Gov. Brad Stitt watched the “American Ninja Warrior” crew setting up the show’s rigorous obstacle course on the south side of the Capitol grounds in Oklahoma City last week, he couldn’t help thinking, “I could do that.” As luck would have it, the NBC folks were happy to give him a shot. So, as the Tulsa World reports, he did. The gov made it through three obstacles, though not unscathed: he came away with a nasty scrape on his left elbow from one challenge and a little hurt pride after he “face planted into the water” on another. All in all, however, he had a good time. We’ll have to take his word for it, because the show’s producers say his run will not be telecast.