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of your district. cheney speaks for a tiny number of rich people in the dc suburbs that's about it. but now the cowboy state will finally have someone who represents them not someone who lectures them, not even a pretend abraham lincoln. that's it for us tonight, greg gutfeld and the gang, and they're always hilarious, they're up next. ♪♪ [cheers and applause] >> greg: winning. winning is so delicious. yes. all right, happy tuesday america. let's update you on the raid on mar-a-lago. we got never-before-seen footage. roll it.
♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [laughter] >> greg: all right. don't clap. don't clap. so like paul pelosi driving down a 2-way street, pretty obvious that merrick garland crossed the line. and now the media realizes their whole narrative is falling apart like a pot roast in a hot tub. whatever happened to the story about the nukes? yeah, apparently trump stole valuable nuclear secrets he was planning to sell to someone. i don't know about you, but this seems like a strange career transition for a real estate tycoon. should i build a new luxury condominium development in midtown or sell nuclear secrets to putin? it's a tough call. on one hand you could make a lot of money legally. on the other, you could be executed for treason. of course, the media always
picks the most absurd crap to peddle about trump. so what's the media who invested so much in the sigh companies is now. they say if you criticize the raid you're inciting violence against the fbi who is doing the lourdes work of sniffing melania's shoes. i chose the word shoes. and true there were notable insightments to violence. there were. remember michael tweeted a photo of the rosenbergs who were executed for selling nuclear secrets to moscow? it was a tweet that general michael hayden concurred with by adding, sounds about right. that's two major voices not calling out the fbi but suggesting the execution of trump. but the media ignores that incitement, preferring to call out random nut jobs posting threats on message boards. but i get it. you should see the stuff i post on the my little pony forums.
but if you ever mess with twilight sparkle, i'll [bleep] kill you. but, let's san der over to cnn where wolf blitzer the ugliest of santa's reindeer interviewed adam kinzinger whose last name in german means i cry during tampon commercials and wolf asks the most leading question you could possibly ask, and, no, it wasn't will you marry me. roll it. >> you've seen this joint fbi department of homeland security bulletin now warning of what they call unprecedented violent threats in the wake of the search of mar-a-lago. do you hold the former president donald trump responsible for inciting his supporters? >> yeah, absolutely, a hundred percent wolf. any republican elected official out there that rushes to be the first on television or the first to twitter to basically condemn the fbi, this stokes that.
it's really dangerous, and i fear it could get worse. >> greg: oh, it could get worse he fears. or hopes. but this is not journalism, this is emotional propaganda in which the host indulges the damaged psyche of his guests. it's more manipulative than fox running pizza commercials during my hangover. so if you condemn the raid, you're stoking violence, as opposed to best loss of hayden actually suggesting trump is eligible for execution. but who knows more about stoking violence than cnn who have been denigrating cops every chance they get for the last ten years. yet it's trump's fault for inciting violence because he had somehow invited the raid. which could be the dumbest thing you ever heard that didn't come out of don lemon's mouth. even a clod like adam knows it was the raid that pissed them off. there was no incitement necessary but he's lost in the
rabbit hole of anti trump mania. but then when trump tries to clue the heat, listen to wolf's question and then the answer from kinzinger. >> does it strike you as odd that the man who actually set the fire apparently tried to ask the attorney general to put it out? >> yeah, i mean, it's a creepy message to be honest with you just like frankly donald trump and his supporters have become creepy in how they're acting and what they're threatening. >> greg: yeah, when adam calls someone creepy it feels like projection because absolutely there's nothing creepy about a grown man who cries more than a col i can baby with diaper rash. but it's not trump painting targets on people but people like kinzinger who have been a wreck since trump hit the political scene. amber heard hasn't cried as much since she met johnny depp.
it gets worse, it gets worse. when wolf asks about liz cheney, the vice chair of the january 6th committee possibly losing the gop primary he said this. >> i think it shows that the party's in a bad place. look, we are standing up against evil. liz cheney is standing up against evil. and i say this. i put out this message the other day which is, a lot of people sit around and dream about the day they get to do it and very few people ever get the chance to really stand up against evil. >> yeah, they're fighting evil. what evil is that exactly? is it terrorists? is it pedophiles? is it field goal kickers? no, it's you. if you support trump you are evil. if you don't trust the government you're evil. if you don't trust the media you're evil. if you think the fbi or doj have folks in top positions who make political decisions instead of principled ones you're evil. meanwhile if you're a black
lives matter rioter a pervert teacher or the chinese government, nothing to see here folks. so who's painting targets on people's backs? it's adam. he's sherwin [bleep] williams. [cheers and applause] >> greg: remember, in order to insight violence against people, you have to dehumanize them. it's an old tactic that charles crowd hammer stated decades ago, the right thinks the left is wrong, but the left thinks the right is evil. what's funny is normally to the left liz cheney would be the evilist of evils. but how quickly the left forgets. adam isn't a lefty but is enjoying the strange new respect given from the left. he's like a married man getting hit on by an attractive stranger except the attractive stranger is a named wolf and has breath that wreaks of polly grip. the libs getting steering the
emotionally damaged adam toward conclusions no objective republican would ever agree o they've exploited his anti trump mania to their advantage. because everywhere he goes, which is basically cable news and twitter, all this fees are red hot. he has long trump derangement and there's no vaccine. but it's given him and cheyney both a victim and hero complex. they're heroes for fighting evil and victims when people call out their bs. and with that they forget the millions of people who actually like what trump did as president. they just aren't as emotionally tide to trump's personality as these brats are. so will liz win or lose. depleted for dems to switch parties to help her and got a late endorsement from freddy kruger. plus she still has some pretty big fans. >> liz cheney stands up for the
truth. and that's gotten her a lot of heat. she may lose her position in the party. she may even lose her career as a politician. but that is something to be admired, standing up for the truth. right now i'm kind of a fan of liz cheney. [laughter] >> greg: oj claims he's a fan. and it makes sense. they do have something in common. although oj stabs people in the front. whoa! ♪ >> greg: let's welcome tonight's guests [cheers and applause] >> greg: he's so white he wears sun block at night, fox news contributor tom shillue. he filled the hole in my heart and created one in bin laden's head. former navy seal and host of the podcast the operator rob o'neill!
[cheers and applause] >> greg: he's famous for his columns, former federal prosecutor and fox news contributor andrew mccarthy. [cheers and applause] >> greg: and she's like your phone screen, bright, illuminating and covered in germs. fox news contributor kat timpf! [cheers and applause] >> greg: all right. i've got to come to you first andy because you're kind of like the expert in this aside from me, of course. you know, we're pros. what do you make of this joint bulletin? to me it sounds exactly like the memo about domestic terror efforts being parents, you know? >> andy: the joint on -- >> greg: on -- what did he call it? the unprecedented threats against the fbi. >> andy: you know, i just think they're in a terrible place right now. you know, the threats obviously
are what they interpret to be threats, are people who are troubled by what happened in the raid and, you know, the fact that they're given one story about what it's about, and then, you know, they get a look at the warrant and it turns out that the -- to be about something completely different. so i think when people protest, they want to regard it or they want to portray it as if it were a threat of violence. and in the meantime, if you want to see who's been critical of the fbi, you would look at the hundreds of pages of reports that have been written by the justice department's own inspector general who works for merrick garland. maybe go down on the hall and knock on his door. >> greg: are you saying he is a terrorist? >> andy: could be. >> greg: that's the point there's people within the fbi, the doj, who are hyper critical, tom, i do think you're evil. >> tom: me? >> greg: yes. you are evil. in this case i'll make an
exception. you should be demonized. >> tom: you know what i can't stand? it's the phoney indig nance coming out of the leadership and that's who everyone is criticizing including people like you or people like me when i'm on shows like fox news what do i say? i don't like the leadership i don't like what merrick garland has done, i don't like what christopher wray has done and how they won't stand up. they won't, you know, have the courage of their convictions and say what's in the warrant and things like that. so we criticize the leadership and then we say, oh, i think you're talking about my agent. no, actually i'm talking about you. wait until my agents hear what you said about them. >> no, we don't like the leadership. >> how dare you insult the rank and file. they never stop with that and we don't have a problem with individual -- we don't even know. we assume the agents are doing what they're told. plus we like cops and firemen. you right wingers, you're supposed to support law enforcement. we still support law enforcement, cops, fireman. but if you wear a suit into the fbi building, you're not, you
know, you're not like a soldier, you're kind of in an office, you're way down the list. cops, firemen, basically all the village people, you know, like indian chief, cowboy, construction worker, then fbi agent after all those sghies that would have been weird to have fbi agent in the well village people. so rob you fought and killed evil. so when you hear, i don't know, adam kinzinger is in the air force. >> rob: pilot he was a friend of mine >> greg: oh. >> rob: believe me being in the military we can take a little bit but i think what he's doing here is he's taking stuff a little too personally. he's in the swamp and the swamp is they're dealing with party politics. they know if you can get something to say something bad about trump and trump supporters they're going to do what they can. surprised they had oj up there because i'm sure what he said recently is the same thing
something with the democrats. it's like comparing a battery to a fat girl, like it's going to hurt but i'm going to put my tongue on it anyway. right? [laughter] >> greg: i don't even know what that means. [laughter] >> greg: i'm trying to figure out what that means. don't explain it to me. i'd rather not know. >> rob: but then you've got with the chainies coming out, they're upset because they've been in politics forever and like dick cheyney shouldn't be upset about anything because he's still rolling in millions of haliburton money. we have something not in common i fought in the war he dodged the draft but we do have something in common, we both shot someone in the face. >> greg: that's true. hunting accident. a hunting accident. so, kat, what's your take on this incredible story that just doesn't seem to end? >> kat: yeah. i can't handle all of the people talking about liz cheney as this champion for the truth. i'm like, you mean the princess
of the iraq war? like her and her -- truly. like her dad, of course. but also she promulgating these lies that led to a war, and then after all of this she'll probably go work at some weapons company, like some cog in the military industrial complex that those same lies help build up. so i really can't handle any of the moral outrage. >> greg: there are two things to this. one, she would be considered the most evil person on the planet by the same people interviewing her now but now that she fits her -- she provides a service, which is anti trump. and then to your point, it was -- it was about trump kind of cleaning house. the chainies -- >> uh-huh. >> greg: he didn't like the chainies. >> i have a theory on that. it goes from george bush to, he was eight years as vice-president, four years president, george bush, clinton, the whole family in there and it comes back to the military industrial complex. i'm, if you don't follow on
twitter, i'll say stuff about them but then they invite stuff like the anyone ja bomb that cut into pieces that's dope. that's awesome. >> greg: it is. i have one in my garage. i use it to make a salad, though, because i'm a peaceful person >> up next, will teacher layoffs begin based on the color of their skin? ♪♪ nurse mariyam sabo knows a moment this pure demands a lotion this pure. gold bond pure moisture lotion 24-hour hydration no parabens, dyes, or fragrances gold bond champion your skin
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>> greg: i speak of the minneapolis school district where white teachers will now be laid off first before teachers of color regardless of experience. of course, that sounds like a violation of the civil rights act of 1866 which passed despite opposition from a young joe biden. it's all part of a new contract between district and the teachers union whose purpose is to redress past discrimination which they say resulted in a lack of diversity. so to fix the past illegality we must break the law now. the goal is to get school staff to mirror the demographics of kids they teach. they better eat more. so now -- [laughter] >> greg: i don't know why i said that. i don't know why i said that. because all the kids are fat these days. that's why i said it. and i'm going to keep saying it. i don't care. they don't watch this show. kids are getting fat.
so now if someone gets laid off, it will be based on race. don't worry civil rights activists, it's just annoying white people who get fired. as the agreement spells out quite clearly, assessing a teacher who is a member of a population underrepresented among licensed teachers in this site, the district shall accept the next least senior teacher who is not a member of an unrepresented population. unrepresented. but also under representative in the district a focus on learning and not this racist [bleep]. and when reinstating them, white teachers will be the last to get a call back. and word is, these firings are already happening. [bell ringing] >> yeah, i sure am sad to be losing this great teaching job but if it goes to a member of a marginalized group i suppose it's all for the best liz warren? you're the one taking my job? how?
>> exactly. how. okay. i'll see you. i'll see you. [cheers and applause] >> greg: kat, i didn't see that coming. i was wondering why you were dressed like liz warn today. i thought it was just something -- >> kat: just for fun? >> greg: for fun. exactly. you're a lawyer, a lot of people don't know that >> kat: and a doctor. >> greg: and i a doctor >> kat: i'm a medical doctor. >> greg: unlike dr. jill? >> kat: yeah. >> greg: is this unconstitutional? >> kat: yes, i would think so. it's funny that you're asking me that question when we have andy here. >> greg: i know, that was the fun part >> kat: i also think it's important, important, important to point out that also what this is doing is using kids as a pawn for scoring political points as they see them for themselves. which is really sad and even more sad when you add the fact
that we saw that happening for years under covid. >> greg: right >> kat: so i think the most important focus should be hey, how are the kids going to learn the most stuff. put me in charge of that too. >> greg: yeah and you would do great. you should only use children as pawns in human chess. [laughter] >> greg: right? >> that's what i'm saying. >> greg: exact. move them around that board and they start crying. all right, andrew, i wasn't going to go to you because you are a lawyer, but is this unconstitutional. >> andy: you're coming to me now. >> greg: yes. >> andy: i was starting to feel underrepresented. [laughter] >> andy: you know, look, i think you should be more concerned that these are the people who are teaching the same stuff to the kids in the classroom. >> greg: right. >> andy: regardless of which one, in what order they all get fired, you use howardson's textbook for a half a century, and you're surprised that
they're doing the things that they've been, you know, they've been teaching the kids this for decades. so, yeah. is it unconstitutional? yes, it is a' a violation of equal protection. the supreme court's going to hear the harvard admissions case the end of october. >> greg: that's a big case. >> andy: yeah. but, you know, chief justice roberts said about a decade ago in a case, you know, the best way to stop discriminating according to race is to stop discriminating according to race. so, until someone tells them to stop. >> greg: they're going to keep doing it, rob. >> rob: firing white people first they've been doing that since prince and the revolution. i love it up there they're great people. the only state that voted for monday tal. i think hegseth's from there, too, don't tell him i shade >> kat: did anyone else just google that. >> rob: i'm from states that start with m, monday and the aminneapolis -- white, right? >> i have no idea. i might be making everything up. >> greg: this is going in a
terrifyingly boring direction. i don't care about facts about minneapolis. the only thing i care about minneapolis, wasn't that where mary tyler moore was in the mary tyler moore show? >> yeah. >> greg: thank you [cheers and applause]. >> greg: that's a fact! she could turn the world on with her smile! she could take a nothing day and make it seem all worthwhile. 'cause it's you, babe, and you're going to know it. and it's you babe you're going to show it. love is all around. you don't need to fake it tom. >> tom: i wish you sang the theme tyou bring a punk rock energy. >> greg: i can't believe i remembered every single world. >> greg: ♪♪ love is all around. you can take it? you're going to make it after all. >> that's it. >> greg: give me something before we leave. >> tom: i like to look at the silver lining in any story and i think this could be a good thing for guys like me because we're always running up against that argument. people say when have you run up
against prejudice and now we have an answer, yeah, i just got fired, just now. >> greg: that's right. >> tom: i've been looking for this kind of thing. when i first got to new york i went to a diversity seminar with my job and i was the only white guy in this seminar and they said please tell us your firsthand experiences with prejudice and everyone had a story tyou know, the black guy had a story about people following him around a store and then an asian guy and woman and then they filmed the thing, the camera turned on me and i was like, so far, no problems. >> greg: you are now an oppressed a grieved group, and i'm very happy about that. >> up next, liberals besmirch catholics and their church. ♪♪ [cheers and applause] are you tired of clean clothes that just don't smell clean?
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saying rosaries are something to fear. a writer for the atlantic actually compares the catholic rosary to the ar-15. you know, which might explain all the drive by praying plaguing our major cities. officer i was just hit with a -- whatever. why am i chasing this joke? quote. just as the ar-15 rifle has become a sacred object for christian nationalists in general, the rosary has acquired a mill takeeries particular meaning. on this extremist fringe, rosary beads have been woven into a conspiratorial politics of gun culture. wow, sounds like fun. daniel pantin talks about a militia who uses roseeries as message memes. not memes you say. i hate getting shot at with memes. and apparently there's a store that sells rep la cas of combat
roseeries used by us troops during world war one. maybe the writer's editor could have informed this that they're combat roseeries that they were for soldiers in combat, not for use in combat. i guess you could poke someone's eye out up close but it would be easier to use your finger. so now rosary beads, used for centuries in prayer, are a symbol of far ryan violent extremism. soon they'll be comparing nuns to terrorist parents at school board meetings. what's next comparing holy water to moonshine, mother mary to eva brawn, the crews fix to the swastika? we know roseeries don't make good weapons otherwise biden would have left billions of them in afghanistan. [laughter] [cheers and applause] >> greg: tom shillue, as a devout atheist, how does this make you feel? >> tom: now, greg you know i
pray the rosary. >> greg: he paid -- what's not comforting? he prays the rosary when we're landing in a plane. he was behind me, you were behind me doing the rosary while we were landing. that's not comforting. >> tom: did we land safely greg? yes. >> greg: yes, we did but i did pee myself. >> tom: you should appreciate that. it's always been a weapon, the rosary is a weapon we've always referred to it that way. it is a weapon of prayer and when mary came down to those children in portugal as you know, greg, she told those children to use the rosary as a weapon, to pray to end world war i and christians, catholics, have always -- weaponry is all through many different prayers. you were probably in mass this sunday, you probably prayed to michael the arc angel. defend us in battle
>> kat: i was catholic for a while. >> dam. >> greg: you still are, kat. you still are. >> greg: no mary tyler moore song >> kat: no, i heard that for the first time. thank you. >> greg: you're welcome. so anyway, this is weird. this is like -- i called it the target expansion of demonization or ted. i coined it. they try to amplify the amount of evilness by all of these -- like last week we did it about flags, right? the betsy ross flag was considered terrorists, now it's rosaries. >> isn't it amazing they say ar 15s weren't bad and we can't have them even though we have the second amendment but now they want to give them to the irs? crazy. the rosary was a weapon and when my father was incarcerated, true story, they took his rosary away because, i'm serious because apparently they didn't want him killing again. but what he said to me is if they didn't like my rosary beads wait until they see my rosary shank.
because we all went to catholic school as well. anything's a weapon if you're creative enough. >> greg: was your dad in prison for murder? >> rob: yes. [laughter] >> greg: i didn't know. should we go into this more? no. >> rob: there's murderers in the family. he ain't one of them. i'm serious. >> greg: okay. you don't get this information on other shows. >> kat: no >> greg: andy, you know what pisses me off about this? you know who does rosaries? little old ladies waiting for the bus, little old laidies. my mother did rosaries all the time. i find it disgusting that this is something that people -- nobody gets hurt by your rosary but somehow it's evil. >> andy: some of my favorite parents do rosary. you know, it's offensive. but what worries me is how fast it changes. like remember the kneel down protests in football when they started? it seems like five minutes
later, the pro -- everybody was protesting. the exception was the one who wouldn't kneel, right? so we poked fun at this but rush limbaugh used to point out that the stuff that we made fun of 20 years ago is now mandatory. so it's all well and good to laugh it off because humor's a good tonic for that, but, you know, they're on offense. >> greg: yeah. way to bring us down, andy. [laughter] >> andy: maybe have a rosary -- >> greg: or a lawyer. last word to you kat, as an ex nun. >> andy: i basically was, not by choice but my mom's rules. >> greg: yeah. you weren't even allowed to like watch tv and stuff huh? >> kat: i could watch ewtn. i could watch some stuff. i do know the rest of that prayer and i will know it for the rest of my life. you know, and, yeah, it is a weapon against satan, right? so if you're not the delve then you've got nothing to worry about.
>> there you go. well done. the delve's not watching though because there's primaries tonight. >> greg: that's true. >> greg not just little old ladies men pray the rosary, real men. >> greg: oh, look at you. real men, got you. okay tom >> coming up should you take a victory lap if your diet's crap? ♪♪ [cheers and applause] feeling weighed down by a backedup gut" miralax is different. it works naturally with the water in your body to unblock your gut. ...free your gut. and your mood will follow. i think i changed my mind about these glasses. yeah, it happens. that's why visionworks gives you 100 days to change your mind. it's simple. anything else i can help you with? like what? visionworks. see the difference. meet leon the third... leon the second... and leon... the first of them all. three generations, who all bank differently with chase. leon's saving up for his first set of wheels... nice try. really? this leon's paying for his paint job on the spot...
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cues cues, and chocolate ice cream is actually better for you than a granola bar. like retracing brian stelter's steps at golden corral i like where this is going, most dine tugses focused on sugar salt fat and calories but these used a food compass to evaluate on nine metrics including additives and ingredients. food compass. i hear joy bay heart uses one when she gets lost in the cake and pie aisle. most dietitians still recommend to try for 30 grams of fiber and eight glasses of water a day while most adults suggest dieticians should just settle down and get married. i like that assumption. and doctors are already taking these new findings to heart. >> you know, i'm sorry, lyle looks like you have er writable
bowel syndrome liver and heart disease. >> i don't understand how i eat healthy stuff like granola. >> you [bleep]ed up. you should have been more like your roommate dave. his die yet of all bacon and chocolate ice cream has put him in supreme physical health. you may not like it but this is what peak performance looks like. >> wow. am i going to get hooked up to a machine, doc? >> yeah, a vending machine. ♪♪ >> greg: rob? >> rob: yes. >> greg: doesn't this show no one knows [bleep] about nutrition. and they'll tell you to eat [bleep], you know, for the protein. they know -- the government especially has been back and forth on this stuff, the nutrition pyramid got everybody fat. >> rob: seems like they change it all the time always a fad
diet. i remember the wow chips that came out with no carbs. about you if you read the fine print it said may cause anal lee mortgage, not a big fan. they change everything. i love to eat so much i won't let politics get in the way. i love chunky monkey from benefit and jerry's. i love that too. so people who come up with fad diets and try to force it on you, they should just eat [bleep]. [laughter] >> greg: didn't see that coming. >> rob: back to you, greg. >> greg: thank you. kat, you've been struggling with your weight for some time. >> kat: yeah. >> greg: don't you think that there's a link between the obesity epidemic that you're seeing, you're seeing a lot of young people, i don't even know how they gained this much weight at such a young age, and the nutrition guidelines that keep telling them to eat so many carbs and stay off the protein.
should be reversed >> kat: when i was in school they were telling us to eat like 11 servings of bread every day which seems impressive almost. >> greg: an olympic event >> kat: a lot of bread. i feel like health is kind of a crap shoot. it is. my mom was so healthy, she ate health health yay food, she comprised, she's dead. she died at like 57 years old. walking down the street i feel like this 400 pound guy smoking two marlboro reds, very old, he's okay walking around. so i just kind of do what i want to do. >> greg: yeah, probably good on you >> kat: yeah. >> greg: again this show is so upbeat, i can barely control myself, tom >> kat: what? >> greg: tom, you're svelte. can i say that without being charged with sexual harassment. >> tom: i think you can say that, greg, and i don't mind when you do say it. [laughter]. >> tom: but, yeah, this thing was very confusing. the problem with this is the
same problem with the food pyramid. they try to reduce everything to this set of metrics, and the pancakes got good marks because they were like whole grain. so they gave them points, and then they ignored the fact this they're all sugary and bad for you. i think this is dumb and i think every study is dumb. i don't believe anything anymore. i'm definitely not into science. it's over for me. >> greg: you're done with science. >> tom: yeah. they're always wrong greg. >> greg: i'm going to disagree with you on science in general. but nutritional science is corrupt. andy, when they do these studies, they have these people involved, on the board, like when they do these studies who are directly linked to like kellogg and dannon. they're never going to say their stuff is bad. >> andy: it's science across the board, climate science, everybody's on the take who's involved in those studies. i pay no attention to it. i can attest that covid causes weight gain, that i know.
[laughter] >> andy: and i went to a checkup after covid and i told the doctor i was trying to lose weight, says, what are you doing? i said i'm eating less. so, you know, i don't know. like reading the packages and reading -- i -- >> greg: you know who's vindicated, dr. atkins? right? you know anybody doing that? >> rob: i saw people doing that eating bacon. yeah, i guess i've done it. >> greg: you lose a lot of weight. >> rob: the problem its when you mix carbs. apparently. >> greg: you have to stay away from the carbs man. where am i? i should be doing comedy. up next hold your applause for another wizard of oz. ♪ it wasn't me by shaggy ♪
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good -- am i supposed to say only five words greg? >> greg: no, that's me. >> tom: oh. thought i was over there. >> greg: do you ever watch this show? you're an employee? >> tom: but you remember they already made the wiz you remember that greg when we were kids and that was an african-american wizard of oz and i hope it was an african-american who had the idea because i think that would be -- i can picture like some white executive in the 70s like how about a black wizard of oz and, you know, they do everything in a black way, like they don't walk down the road, they ease on down the road. that's the song. [cheers and applause]. >> greg: and what a great idea that was and now we think that we're more racist than ever when we had the wiz -- that had to be like 30, 40 years ago. diana ross right? >> michael jackson was in it. >> greg: michael jackson. we won't talk about that. too soon. andy, thoughts? >> andy: i wish it was more originality. i mean, i'm fine with them
remaking stuff. they've been remaking shakespeare for centuries, right? but i would like to see the newer production be original rather than everything a remake is something done a hundred years ago. >> greg: maybe they're just running out of ideas. maybe there's a finite amount. i may be in the minority being this gorgeous, but also wizard of oz comes made my kind of nauseous when i was watching it. like how i feel about circus music. you remember hear circus music? >> rob: i'm hearing it right now. they've been doing remakes of the wizard of oz for a while the most awkward one i saw i walked in on my brother tommy watching one of those on a dot com. awkward. but i think mr., is it berris? he does a good job, re-doing white man can't jump. which is one of my all time favorites. that means he has a great sense of humor.
probably a good job. i will al check it out? really? i don't think i would want to see you in a remake watching wizard of oz. >> rob: i won't be in it. >> greg: watching it is disturbing. >> rob: it is disturbing. >> greg: i think of you watching it and it makes me very upset. kat are you aware of this film, have you ever heard of it before >> kat: i was obsessed with the wizard of oz when i was little and then i was a munch kin at a community theater and i was so excited until i found out all the kids got to be munch kins. i wrote about it in my diary and i should have known because the only thing they told me was to sing quieter. i was such a bad singer but all these girls, these kids would come up there with these numbers, they would sing and i just stood up there just tone deaf and just sing happy birthday so confident, i was like you idiots, i'm a star. [laughter]. >> greg: and now you are a star >> kat: still can't sing. >> greg: all right. [cheers and applause]
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