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how about nobody. we were going to take a hard pass on the whole thing. and then we saw this. >> a few days before the wedding, she was upset about something pertaining to -- yes, the issue was correct, about the flower girl dresses and it made me cry. and it really hurt my feelings. >> tucker: so that was the princess or duchess or whatever she is. okay, we're hearing from the control room that she is, in fact, a duchess. not a princess. not that we know the difference. in any case, here's this royal person, one of the most famous and fawned over people in the world telling oprah that she was incredibly wounded because she got into a some kind of petty argument about dresses with her sister-in-law at her wedding three years ago. so stop the presses. abshe and her sister-in-law had a tiff about clothes. that's never happened before. she thinks this is important enough to bring up in a television interview. it was her 9/11. so of course she considers it newsworthy. okay, so she's a narcissist. i we guessed that. but that's not the whole story. what she's really saying is tha
despite her enormous wealth and fame, despite the fact that she never has to cook her own dinner or drive her own car ever again as long as she lives, despite the fact that every time she heads to the gym, the journey is treated like the moon landing by an army of awestruck reporters,s, despite the fact that she is literally a princess -- sorry, duchess -- she is, and this is the headline here, she's actually an oppressed victim. she may look powerful, but she's powerless. watch her explain this to oprah. >> that's the sad irony of the last four years. i've advocated for so long for women to use their voice, and then i was silent. >> were you silent, or were you silenced? >> the latter. i came to understand that not only was i not being protected, but that they were willing to lie to protect other members of
the family, but they weren't willing to tell the truth to protect me and my husband. >> tucker: i had bodyguards, but i was not protected. i was silenced, says the lady doing a tv interview with oprah winfrey. when i speak, only 100 million people hear it around the world, though to besp fair, the number rises considerably once you count dvr and internet views. but the point remains, i have been silenced. i am a victim. now, a rational person might consider this claim absurd, but amazingly, no one elsemi seems to think it is. oprah clearly doesn't think it's absurd. she's deeply empathetic. oprah is worth more than a billion dollars, but she knows the pain because she seesab herself as a victim too,n she often says so. you not allowed to make fun of this.rs you're definitely not allowed to mock the oppressed duchess. our friend piers morgan did just that on television in the uk and had to resign from his job. rich people are oppressed, period. and if you claim otherwise, they will use their total
powerlessness to get you fired. it's not just duchesses, by the way. here's a member of america's own royal family calling in from her castle on martha's vineyard to tell us how incredibly difficult the life is. >> i understand that my message won't be heard by some people. we live in a nation that is deeply divided, and i am a blaca woman speaking at the democratic convention. >> tucker: yeah, no one is going to hear you. you're just talking in a primetime speaking slot at the democratic national convention. when oh, when will your voice be heard, michelle obama? when will you get the credit you are so solely due for all of your remarkable achievements? unfortunately, america is not quite ready for you yet, and honestly that's our fault. we're a backward country. we apologize. one person we should definitely apologize to more often is hillary clinton. four years ago in a weak moment we are now ashamed of, we stole something from hillary clinton,
something that was hers, something she owned and we took it. it was the presidency of the united states. that office belonged to hillary clinton, and we knew it at the time. it had a little dry-cleaning tag on the back with her initials on it, but we stole it anyway. we, the russians, the fbi director, facebook, the macedonians, and the democratic party itself. we're all guilty here, as hillary has repeatedly explained. >> the russians, let's say wikileaks, same thing. dumped the john podesta e-mails. i have my complaints about former director comey. the use of my e-mail account was turned into the biggest scandal since lord knows when. they covered it like it was pearl harbor. if you look at facebook, the vast majority of the news items posted were faked. there's all these stories about guys over in macedonia who are running these fake news sites.
i inherit nothing from the democratic party. >> tucker: so they give you a senate seat because your husband was the president. then they listen to you in rapt attention despite the fact you have never uttered a single word that wasn't banal and predictable. by most standards, you would be considered a fairly accomplished overachiever. how many classmates in high school thought you would get this far? probably not too many. because we didn't hand you the keys to the mostul powerful country in the world, you believe you've been deeply wronged. you're a victim and you're mad about it. you see this attitude everywhere all of a sudden. the most powerful people claiming to be powerless. taylor lorenz,. for example, writes for "the new york mitimes." she's at the very top of journalism's repulsive little foodchain. lorenz is far younger than prominent new york times reporters used to be. she's also much less talented. you would think taylor lorenz would be grateful for the remarkable good luck she's had. but no, she's not.
just this morning she tweeted, "for international women's day, please consider supporting women enduring online harassment. it's not an exaggeration to say that the harassment and smear campaign i've had to endure over the past year has destroyed my life."gg hmm? destroyed her life, really? by most people's standards, taylor lorenz would seem to have a pretty good life, one of the best lives in the country,pe in fact. lots of people are suffering right now, but no one is suffering quite as much as taylor lorenz is suffering. people have criticized her opinions on the internet and it destroyed her life. let's pause on this hointernational women's day and recognize that. you thought female uighurs had it bad. you haven't talked to taylor lorenz. so what's going on here? a lot of things are happening probably. you'reh people, deciding a victim has many levels of appeal. for one thing, it gives meaning to your decadent empty life. there are only one so many expensive vacations you can take to st. bartz. only so many overpriced clothes you can buy, only so many
dumb parties you can go to in aspen before you begin to realize that none of it is really enough. none of it really means anything. it's empty. victimhood solves that problem.s when you're a victim, you are inherently significant. martyrdom means you are forever the hero of the story. so you can see narcissists love it, and there are an awful lot of those right now. there is another darker effect of this, an affect that has changed our country. when powerful people decide that they are oppressed, the balance of power changes. if you are very rich, you might imagine that you owe something to the people below you. noblesse oblige, they used to call it, back when we had a responsible ruling class that thought about other people. previous generations of rich people understood this very well and they taught their children this. to whom much is given much is expected. that was the deal for centuries. but victimhood, self-identified
victimhood instantly nullifies this deal and it restores power to the powerful. no one expects anything from a victim. victims don't give. victims receive. that poor duchess, you think to yourself, i hope she's okay. when of course she should be thinking that very thing about you. but she's not. >> j.d. vance has seen both sides of the power divide. happy to have them on to assess what's going on. you are a keen observer of american life and you have to have noticed that an awful lot of powerful people, the most powerful people describe themselves as victims. what do you think is going on and what's the effect? >> i think what's going on is it's fundamentally about power. as you sit in your monologue, if you're a victim then you are old things instead of being -- showing society things in
return. i find it really vile because of you think about the purpose of the ruling class it's fundamentally to govern the country effectively on the one hand and pass on traditions and character andon values on the other hand. you have people who have this incredible privilege. two people in this interview. one from the united states, one from the united kingdom, both of whom have been given an incredible amount by the societies they live in. are they grateful, appreciativee do they feel any obligation to enhance and build the society they come from? no, they just feel like destroying it rhetorically in terms of its values. no sense that they or something to the country and to the people who occupy it. that's just a terrible attitude to have if you're governing a country. >> tucker: it has effects because once you decide that you areyo old, you get to ignore all the people beneath you. has there ever been a ruling class in a functioning country that paids less attention to
those on the lower rungs? >> i think you could point to a number of instances where the ruling class felt like it was constantly owed. didn't up well for the ruling class with the people governed. the other pernicious effect it has is on our country's children. think of how many kids were watching that interview. if you come from privilege or tough circumstances, pick about the values we want children to have. resilience, character, hard work, gratitude. none of that was on display in that interview. unfortunately it's an attitude that's all too common among a ruling class which just means our kids incentive being taught virtue and character from our leaders are just being taught how to complain all the time. >> tucker: i find it so remarkable that no one is allowed to say this. i am not sure what happened with piers morgan. if you agree with him or not, he's very talented on television. he left his job after criticizing her.. we'll find out why. there does seem to be a noticeable lack of people saying
the obvious which is really ora princess or duchess and you're complaining about some argument you had with your sister-in-law over a dress three years ago. wake up. why can't anyone say that? >> i think the reason people can't say it is it would make the lives of the people in power harder. if you think about the attitude of modern american corporations and how they're trying to avoid the fact that they are plundering the country and avoid the fact that there should be a conversation around that by talking about diversity on their boards, talking about the ways in which the leaders of the companies have been victimized. this is fundamentally a tactic to distract from the fact that our ruling class has failed to govern the country effectively. you asked what the effect is, were not having a real conversation about how broken our respective societies are. we are having a conversation about how a literal royal is impressed. that's what happens in a nonfunctioning society.
>> tucker: as they loot thetr country, as you correctly noted. so smart. j.d. vance, i appreciate your coming on. thank you. the predicate for all this was an interview with someone in the british royal family, a marquess or something, duchess. so far only americans have talked about it. what do we know about royalty? mark steyn grew up around it. you can tell by the accent and that's why we are especially pleased to have them on tonight to assess what we are seeing. mark steyn. >> i have had dinner at buckingham palace in fact. that's how embedded i am in the system, tucker. >> tucker: i would expect nothing less of you. i love>> that. speaking as you are now to someone in complete ignorance of any detail of the story, what to make of this oprah interview? >> you know, i disagree with you
on constitutional monarchy. i think it's one of the least worst systems you can live under. one of its advantages is it it dementias the importance of politicians. which i think actually is very helpful in today's society. i just said i was dining at buckingham palace. members of the royal family and my experience are rather less queenly than nancy pelosi or hillary clinton. the fact that hillary and chelsea are considered for serious positions tells you that the monarchical urge persists even room looking societies. >> tucker: may i pause and say this is not the first time you've won me over by the brilliance of your argument. smart point. please continue. >> i would also say speaking ast a canadian, taking it to the next level. living in a constitutional monarchy where the royal house
flies in for a couple days now and then to open a hospital or address a regiment. it's even more agreeable in some ways. you don't have things like the speaker of the house as in the united states, having a government plane to fly her home every weekend. when william and kate took off from los angeles to return to london, they had business-class tickets and british airways decided they had sufficient freak frequent flyer points to upgrade them to first class. the one great advantage of the monarchy is that there's always a certain number of people who are resentful of it. you can't carry on like nancy pelosi. and hillary clinton and those kind of people can. >> tucker: smart point. given that you are at least to some degree a supporter of the system, what do you make of the new princess-duchess person from
los angeles? >> she is gone. monarchy isn't going to get taken out by celebrity. the queen is a survivor. she was born a couple years after the fall of other great empires.ea russian, german, austrian, turkish. half of them are cousins of hers. the royal family in london would've gone the same way. they haven't. the queen is a survivor. she saw off the diana celebrity called and she will see off the diminished and more pathetic meghan cult such as that is. a majority of people want them stripped of that duchess title you're having difficulty with. the duchess title. a majority of the british people want them stripped of those titles. she might be miss meghan markle and he will be plain old harry
wales soon enough. >> tucker: i love it. the great mark steyn. thank you very much. >> tucker: teachers unions have spent the last year telling everyone it's too dangerous to go outside. have they been outside? those same teachers unions are secretly heading to the beach for spring break and they would've gotten away withch it t fox nation l.a. caught them doing it. the leaked teacher unions vacation plans straight ahead.
♪ ♪ >> tucker: teachers unions have told us in the past year that it is too dangerous for schools to be open. in the last month, they told us it's racist for schools to reopen. there is new evidence to suggest they don't really think it's al. that dangerous. fox l.a. is all over this story for us tonight. hey, bill? >> good evening to you. we're talking about ucla which is the teachers union in los angeles and they've been flat out refusing to come back to in person schooling. they say it's just too unsafe.ay last friday, 91% of their members voted that they refused to come back to in person schooling until their demands thare met. they want to be vaccinated and they want case numbers to drop.
that leads us to this controversial facebook post coming from a private, close to facebook page. this is supposed to be for only you tla teachers only. "if you're planning any trips for spring break, keep it off social media. it's hard to argue it's unsafe for in-person instruction of parents and the public see vacation photos and international travel." you probably know to they are not saying hey, we've got to practice what we preach. please don't go on any spring break vacations. they are saying if you go on vacation, don't get caught because we don't want to deal with the bad optics of it. it's riling up parents who saw this post. i talked to one who has two kids and lives in south l.a. her kids haven't been to school for nearly a year. one is special-needs and she says when she saw the post she was furious. take a listen. >> extremely frustrating as a parent to see vacations are
planned as usual for teachers. just don't put it out in public. because we need to negotiate. it's horrible. when i see that post, tells me that community spread and the safety of the teachers isn't the real concern. >> we reached out to you tla to get their comments and they told us in part "we have a diversep, membership and they are able to post their views on personal facebook pages and in this facebook group. however uta virgo la doesn't ths content. they tell us they don't monitor the page but if you go to the page and look at the list of moderators and administrators letter utla is listed. kids are not in school. the school district says they are getting close to a deal. the teachers haven't been --
have been getting vaccinated. they're shooting for mid-april return to school. that's where it is in l.a. back to you. >> tucker: amazing story. thank you. does your local news to stories like that? not many do. our teachers are not doing their jobs and a lot of places but teachers in china are very busy. congressman jim banks joins us after the break to discuss the national security implications of wokeness.
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>> tucker: this tells you everything. in march of last year the united states leadership and of china both declared national emergencies.ar in the u.s., tony fauci warned congress that reopening american businesses could create coronavirus outbreaks that the government couldn't control. going outside was just too risky. meanwhile, in china where the coronavirus originated, a top advisor to chinese government
declared the countryco was experiencing and different and more profound threat too. the problem he said was a national masculinity crisis. chinese boys "have been spoiled by housewives and female teachers." and they were becoming, as a result, "delicate, timid and effeminate." they were becoming people that might listen to people like tony fauci. left unchecked, the chinese government said, the feminization of chinese boys would inevitably endanger the survival and development of the chinese nation. in january, china's government acted on this recommendation. the education administration releasing the notice "the proposal to prevent the feminization of male adolescents." the goal was to cultivate masculinity. have you seen thisn on other channels? china won't explain the reasoning behind this plan, but there are some clues. last year we learned that china has quickly developed the world's largest naval force. in 2015, china had 255
battleships. now they have more than 360. many of their ships are more capable than anything in the american naval fleet. how do we respond to this? at the white house yesterday, joe biden addressed it effectively. what's the american response? here's what joe biden said. >> some of it is relatively straightforward work where we are making good progress designing body armor that fits women properly, tailoring combat uniforms for women, creating maternity flight suits, updating requirements for hairstyles. and some of it is going to take, you know, an intensity of purpose and initiative to really change the culture and the habits that cause women to leave the military. >> tucker: so we've got new hairstyles and maternity flight suits.
pregnant women are going to fight our wars. it's a mockery of the u.s. military. while china's military becomes more masculine as it's assembled the world's largest navy navy. our military needs to become more feminine, whatever feminine means anymore, because men and women no longer exist. the bottom line is it's out of control. the pentagon is going along with it. this is a mockery of the u.s. military and its core mission which is winning wars. one of the few people that's been paying attention is someone who served in the u.s. military indiana congressman jim banks. he wrote a letter asking why the navy had included a book "racist filth" on his 2021 reading list. it teaches exactly what the chinese propaganda ministry teaches that america is fundamentally immoral. congressman jim banks joins usu tonight. thank you for coming on. how could a book like this wind
up on a naval reading list? >> i have no idea. we are in the middle of a 60 day stand-down, something of the entire military is doing what they are calling to root out extremism in the ranks. we are in thewh middle of it. you'll have to forgive me for being astonished that the top admiral in the united states navy would put a book on his recommended reading list to effie's sailor in the united states navy that says that america isst racist.at written by an author that said amy coney barrett is a white colonizer because she adopted a couple african-american children. it's astonishing because when we are supposed to be rooting out extremism, that's exactly what the united states navy is pushing for the sailors to read. that's why i wrote a letter to the admiral to bring his attention to how terrible of a concept this book is that
divides us, that weakens our military and that ultimately distracts us at a time when we need to be focused on the front that we face in the great power competition with china, as you said, who was a bigger navy than we do. so it's deeply troubling to me but i don't have a good answer for you why this book wouldn't be included on a reading list that usually includes interesting books about the geopolitical issues that america faces. instead there's a book on the reading list that tells all of our sailors, some who are very young, just out of high school, that they are racist and that america is racist. >> tucker: if you wanted to destroy the u.s. military would tell people serving in it that the country is not worth fighting for. is there anyway to get this admiral and other flag officers on the capitol hill and ask why are you betraying your country and trying to destroy our forces? >> yes. the top admiral in the united states navy will come and testify before the armed services committee.
it will be the first question i ask him.fi i have met him. i have had lunch with him. i can for the life of me understand why he would defend having this book on his reading list. i served in the united states navy. it was the most diverse experience of my life. i've never met anyone who raised their right hand and took thean oath of office, put on the uniform who didn't love america and believed america was great. why we would push a book and tell them to read a book that tells them america is rotten to the car and that america is racist and the institutions in our country including the united states navy is racist is beyond belief to me. >> tucker: yeah and should have to answer for it and pay for it i would say. congressman, i appreciate your bravery. thank you. >> thank you. >> tucker: one of the many contradictions at the center of our newr of brand of androgynous liberalism is we are told biological sex isn't real. at the same time, the government is awarding increasingly large
said. >>lo today the global crises we now face have made abundantly clear both the contributions of women and the challenges facing women. simply put, our world is not yet work for women as it should. >> tucker: that's one part of the administration, fretting over the state of women. okay. here's the other part of the biden administration.ra deciding that the word women doesn't actually mean anything. we know this because they are pushing something called the equality act and that would make gender totally subjective. according to the women and human rights campaign act. there are all kinds of effects. the u.s. government gives out huge amounts of money. jobs, grants, contracts, promotions on the basis of biological sex.
you can debate whether they should but how can they do it if biological sex itself isn't real. it doesn't make sense. how will this clash of two opposing ideas resolve itself? kara dansky has thought a lot about this.ot she's the chair on the committee on law and legislation at the women's right campaign and one of the rare people to raise a voice against this stuff. she joins us tonight. kara, i really appreciate you coming on. >> thanks for having me. >> tucker: so i'd just be interested, these do seem like two opposing ideas. how do they resolve one another? >> they absolutely are two opposing ideas. one thing i'll just say is i'm quite confident the vice president of the united states knows what the word woman means. >> tucker: yeah. i hope so. >> so, you're absolutely right, the women's humans rights campaign is a global organization of women that promotes the declaration on women's sex based rights. we can be found at womensdeclaration.com. this is a document that's been signed over by 15,000 people all over the world committed to
enshrining women's sex-based rights in the law in contrast to enshrining so-called gender identity into law which both the equality act would do if enacte by congress and which president biden's executive order signed on january 20th also seeks to d, in addition to the executive orders that president biden signed yesterday which seek to erase women and girls in the law as a category. >> tucker: this has so many implications that we haven't thought through. i know that you have. we have talked about sports a number of times, but there are all kinds of federal contracts for women owned companies. what would keep me from saying i'm now a road paver, and i want a contract to pave part of i5 in california and i'm now a woman and how do you say i'm not? do i need a doctor's note? seriously. >> no, nothing would stop you from doing that. there's absolutely nothing that would stop you from doing that under the proposals that have been put forth by the
united states congress and by the current administration. there is nothing that would stop you from doing that. there was nothing stopping the man who it was reported yesterday was housed in a women's prison in the state of washington and reportedly a raped a female prisoner. he simply was housed in the women's prison on the basis of his so-called gender identity. this is happening all over the united states and it's happening all over the world. there are practical consequences and you're absolutely right to say there are consequences that we have not thought through. so one example we could talk about could be crime statistics. the fbi compiles crime statistics. it compiles all these crime statistics from local policepi departments all over the country. there are some 17,000 or 18,000 police departments that reportrt crime statistics to the fbi, and they do so being divided by sex. currently, as of now, the fbi maintains crime statistics based on whether the crime was committed by a male person or a
female person, and the dataed shows quite conclusively that the overwhelming majority of crimes, especially violent and serious sex committed by males.l if, under president biden's recent executive order, the fbi is required to obliterate that distinction and redefine sex to include gender identity, all of that data as just going to be utterly meaningless. and another consequence we might talk about could be public health research. for example, the cdc studies public health. it studies diseases. it studies immunizations. it studies the impact of drugs on male bodies and female bodies. if we destroy the concept of sex, how is the cdc going to do its work? how will we have any public health research that is groundeo in the material reality of sex. what we're seeing is the complete obliteration of biological sex. and we have to stop doing that.c this is an emergency. this is an absolute emergency.
it has consequences. as a feminist, as you know, i care really about the rights, privacy, and safety of women and girls. that's primarily what motivates my work. i also understand that the obliteration of sex has consequences that are extremely far-reaching. our society has not considered that we need to have a national conversation. we need to have a serious national conversation about what we're doing before we push through laws that redefine the word sex to include the nebulous, ill-defined un-understood made up lie that is gender identity. >> tucker: bless you for what you're saying, because it's true. i don't know why it's falling to you to do this, but i'm glad it has. kara dansky, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> tucker: humor above all requires the truth, so of course most real omedy has been banned for the
last year. one of the many casualties of totalitarian liberalism. one of the few places that you can still find humor a website is called the babylon be. local business analyst abby staunton has escaped the shackles of the patriarchy to find freedom and work in an 80 hour work week. this is true happiness she said as she sat through her fourth meeting of the day discussing first-quarter sales figures. my ancestors fought so i could answer to 12 middle managers in the thankless job before going home to an empty apartment and drinking wine. i've reached the pinnacle of gewomanhood. the piece explains that the job is awful and pointless and sometimes she is sexually harassed but "at least she doesn't have to live a boring life of house making with a husband and kids.
i don't want that domestics are bourbon list because that's not feminist." if you excuse me i have to redo the cover sheets on these reports for my boss. it's funny because it's completely real. the most important thing young woman can do with their lives says sheryl sandberg in so many other ceos his work for a soulless public company maximizing shareholder value. give us everything, they promise, and you'll be free. it's weird how much modern feminism has begun to sound like corporate propaganda. talk about oppressing women. the cultural vandals destroying the country are not stopping with dr. seuss or a cartoon skunk. disney is doing something unthinkable. tonight it's real. we'll tell you what it is coming up next.
speed to disney's streaming service eliminated some of the best films ever made from his children's movies selection. films like "dumbo," "the aristocrats," and "peter pan." according to disney and, the crows and physical number in "dumbo," pay homage to menstrual races shows. what did "peter pan" do wrong? displayed native people as if that was the job of "peter pan." it's a cartoon. the "aristocrats" amounts to violence to "east asian peoples." chadwick moore is editor in chief of "outspoken" " thank you for so much for coming out. when did cartoons become responsible for anthropology glee correct portrayals of everything they portray? like this is a new requirement
as far as i'm aware? >> well certainly in the last decade it has become that way. each of these instances you can look at a lot of these characters. even in the time they were invented, you could always make the argument they were social commentary at the time. you could always make the argument today that they are educational. if you have a problem, if you think it's a stereotype -- that's not the point, obviously. this cash have canceled critters which is amped up over the last couple of weeks, mr. potato head, dr. seuss, all of this is infuriating, the outrage to us seems so stupid, exposes how woke the left is in these corporations but yet at the same time it's also huge distractions. what are we looking at when we talk about canceled critters is the fact that, i don't know, the president of the united states was in a hardware store today and couldn't answer a question. no one knows who's running the country but some of the biggest states of the country are still locked down, people
held prisoner by the governors but instead we are talking about disney and pepe le pew is canceled who was a cartoon skunk with sort of -- aggressively pursues a cartoon cat who looks like a skunk for sexual advances and the governor of new york had a sixth come forward today and is accused of sexual misconduct. that cartoon skunk is a bad role model for your children, cannot be seen, but the governor of new york is fine and let them remain in office and not speak about him. it's a pretty incredible stuff. >> tucker: this is aimed at destroying the very specific type of american culture. will there be anything left that we all like to watch as a country, do you think? >> have you seen the stuff the left produces? there's not much worth watching. they destroy everything and --
>> tucker: i'm sorry to interrupt you. let me put it up on the screen and get your view of this. this was recorded by the chief eunuch is that -- look, i'm not a judge or or anything but is not appropriate? should he be doing that? >> is very brave in the post jeffrey toobin world to be a journalist on a work video call without pants on. i do not know if you'll be a future toobin, if he was lurking on chris cuomo's instagram and thinking he should be doing a a little bit of skin on air. don't know if i want to see it. i don't think that's very appropriate at all. speak to my producer just said in my ear, we are going to have
to end every show with that footage. it's just too much! chadwick moore, great to see you. thank you. so it is... sean hannity right now! we'll see you tomorrow. >> sean: this is not cool. this is not going to. you did that on purpose. you traumatized me last night. now you are keeping it up. now i'm traumatized further. you end their show with mr. potato head, no dr. seuss, no pepe le pew -- >> tucker: trust me! >> sean: the kids will be watching "earth and the balance" next. this is dramatic. you can't do this to me anymore. i'm on a live hour right now. >> tucker: hope you pull it off. >> sean: got to pull myself together. good show. we