Zooey Deschanel is not a bomber.

Maybe she has gotten bombed, or someone thinks she's the bomb, or a bombshell. But she's not a bomber, despite what some people might have seen on a Texas television station last week.

A TV captioning service has apologized for misidentifying the "New Girl" star last week as one of the Boston bombing suspects on a Texas news broadcast.

Lawrence, Kan.-based Caption Solutions says it and its captioner "deeply regret" the mistake. Company president Kala J. Patterson said in a statement issued Tuesday they "sincerely apologize for this error."

No biggie. So you called a Hollywood actress a terrorist. That sort of thing happens on Fox News all the time.

According to the Huffington Post, the erroneous onscreen text appeared during coverage by the Fox network affiliate KDFW in Dallas-Fort Worth of Friday's manhunt for a bombing suspect. It read "Marathon Bomber. He is 19-year-old Zooey Deschanel."

The suspect was 19-year-old college student Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who later was arrested and hospitalized.

For those keeping track at home, Deschanel is 33.

Deschanel learned about the mistake over the weekend and tweeted: "Whoa! Epic closed captioning FAIL!"

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