No one will ever know for certain how many of the 60 hours David Blaine actually hung suspended upside-down for. Many spectators witnessed him standing upright, being suspended horizontally and basically just slacking off on his mind-exploding magician duties. A collective "yawn" was heard throughout the city as the 60 hours went on, and last night ABC aired the grand finale: the Dive of Death.

Just after 11 p.m., delayed by Bush's speech, Blaine essentially bungee jumped from atop a 44-foot-high platform. The Daily News reports back saying he dropped down and touched "the stage below lightly with his toes before cables pulled him back up. He then hung in the air like a sack of potatoes with a goofy grin on his face, occasionally kicking his legs as though he were running." Boos were in place of "oohs and ahhs" from most watching live, one telling the paper it was "ridiculous," and "everybody was robbed of their time." Take a look in the below video (he jumps at about 2 minutes in and the crowd reactions are worth listening to):

The 2-hour televised program included disclaimers such as "don't try this at home," but really, kids, you can try it--in fact you've probably already bungee jumped anyway. In the end, did Blaine only really succeed at putting in the most hours to ultimately just piss off a bunch of New Yorkers?

UPDATE:Blaine talks to TMZ about the stunt, and blames the delay Bush caused for it sucking.