hello, everyone. i'm hello, everyone. i'm greg gutfield along with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, eric bolling, and dana perino. this is "the five." >> all right, it's day two of >> all right, it's day two of the christie scandal. and he still hasn't apologized. oh, wait, he did. >> i come out here today to apologize to the people of new jersey. >> all i can do is apologize. i'm just going to apologize. i think that's all you can do. i apologize to the people of new jersey today. why i specifically apologize to the people of ft. lee and apologize to the folks. i'm going to do that.
>> that apology wasn't good enough. oh, wait, the ft. lee mayor accepted it. >> i accepted his apology. >> are you glad he came? >> i'm glad he came. >> do you believe him that he didn't have anything to do with it? >> i take him for his word, which is he had nothing to do with it. >> what do we do now, dear media? do we keep chasing a rabbit we already caught? the rabbit we skinned, blackened and washed down with your favorite merlot. we have given the story 44 times more coverage than the irs scandal, and the gates book is already old news. don't get me wrong, christie is worth covering, but now that you've awakened, there must be battered bunnies out there to chase, like all the white house has never said sorry for before, like fast and furious, sulyndra, the gsa, tony rezko, geithner's tax dodge, hiring eric holder. silence. the only thing president obama apologized for is people were dumb enough to believe him for obamacare.
and what about disasters like obamacare, benghazi, and doj and irs could save an election. the white house is better at covering up stuff than maybelline. coddled more than the royal baby, obama never has to face his mistakes, which is why he makes so many. it's no surprise the media now pivots to christie to prevent itself from becoming a lame duck dynasty. another win for o who may never apologize and why should he? do you want sorry? the sorriest people ever are those who voted for him twice. >> how could you have come up with a bigger opening than that? that was unbelievable. >> i took a christie scandal and i turned it into an obama -- >> why didn't you put reverend wright on there? >> i didn't have time. >> by the way, i could have had bill ayers. >> you could have. >> so much to choose from.
>> hawaii, the $2 million. >> the cocaine. >> how about that plane that they sent over new york? remember that? >> by the way, what did he close. obama closed the d.c. monument, the national park. he didn't just close the freeway. >> the republicans in congress voted to close the government. >> that was done as payback as well. >> i do admit, bob, that was a very hack kneed monologue, but i'm proud because it was right. look at andrea because she didn't have a chance to comment. thousands of pages will be dropping from the sky, documents, god knows what's in there, but it only needs one, one e-mail or one little thick and the whole thing explodes like something. >> it has to prove that chris christie knew about this and either okayed it or it came from him, or it's the alternative, which is what he said yesterday, that this staffer, who either had a nervous breakdown, or is a complete megalomaniac, which is
by the way, what they are saying, she was drunk with power, acted on her own. if something comes out in the e-mails, he's in real trouble, but i have seen this story before in politics. you have a big rising star as a boss. you have somebody who has extreme power. and the staff assumes the persona of that person. and it's oftentimes gets a bigger ego, so they become vindictive. i have had my own run-ins with the christie staff, and i am an ally. there's some attitude going on, and it's a culture that i think is systemic in not just his staff, but it happens a lot in politics. and i think this is -- this is a perfect example of a staff that needs to get their -- not all of them -- but their egos in check. >> in a way, you're also talking about dana perino, who has the same issue. >> i was exactly talking about dana perino. >> awful human being.
i was watching another network i won't name, but they found it -- they found it -- they were skeptical about that woman. they called her a lady, that that lady would have been responsible for this, which i thought was quite sexist. >> the republican men are waging a war on women. i actually wouldn't be surprised if there were more people who came out to try to defend her, and all of a sudden, she'll be running for senate. >> yeah. >> the media hates acceptance of an apology, because then the story stops. in the press gaggle yesterday where the ft. lee mayor was being a stand-up, gracious, smart public servant, yeah, i accept his apology, yeah, i accept his explanation. come on, we have been standing here for hours. can't you give us more to talk about? >> eric, this isn't going to end, obviously. what do you predict? >> literally 1,000 pages that they're piling through right now, of documents. >> they won't read it, though? >> they will. >> they won't read the obamacare bill, but they'll read -- >> they'll read this.
if there is one innuendo he knew about it, he's in deep do do, but here's what i perceive happening. the media loves it because it does one thing. chris christie is a big name, big politician. i think the media actually likes chris christie. the main stream media likes him, because he did the bear hug with president obama, but the most important thing that the media has done this week is distance president obama from gates' book. gates' book comes out on monday. it's all everyone is talking about. it shows president obama and hillary clinton -- well, hillary clinton had her opinion developed about war strategy based on politics. obama sent 30,000 of our kids into battle based on something he didn't necessarily believe, didn't trust his commanders. and so that was bad. that was damning. this is going to go big, become bigger. it's going to be, you know, grow upon itself, and then the christie stuff. wow, this is a great opportunity
for us to pivot from president obama, to take the attention away from that, and let's look at a republican. i will tell you, though, this gates stuff, it keeps making more and more coming up. >> a 60 minutes interview on sunday. >> you should get the gates book and read it verbatim on the show. every time you have a question, you say, i'm not answering that and go to page 68, and keep reading. >> it's not okay president obama sent 30,000 of our kids into harm's way and later said that he wasn't sure about the politics. could you imagine being one of those parents sending your kid to war and then the president united states says i'm not sure it's the right strategy. >> i can't say absolutely, but i would imagine every president who sends people to war at some point has doubts in their minds about it. >> not only doubts, expressed in front of gates and hillary clinton that he developed his iraq strategy based on politics. wow. >> that was back during the campaign. it's not when he was president of the united states.
>> no, bob, he also said that in front of gates he wasn't sure of his strategy after he sent people in. >> have you had any of the positives things, a lot of them, that gates says about obama. >> he does say a lot of positive things. >> he does. >> the excerpt that came out today from gates' book that just recently was released a few hours ago that i read, it's not so flattering about president obama. there are some things, including one of them being a topper that gates thinks obama made the right decisions. so he's your commander in chief. that's the most important thing. did you make the best decisions? right. are the politics messy along the way? this recent excerpt shows how politically minded the white house was in all of the meetings, even with gates, and also shows what i think everyone assumed, but it confirms how thin-skinned the president and his team are in dealing with the military and even suggested, do they not respect me?
that kind of language is not attractive. >> a monologue on gates' book. you should have done it. >> i want to go to andrea if we can talk to her about what really matters, which is "the bachelor." it started a few days ago. >> i'm so into juan. >> who isn't? chris harrison, is that his name? was on "the view" talking about this very controversy with our lovely companions over there. >> people died because of this! >> no, no, wait. let's back up. first of all, the liberals are just foaming at the mouth. they -- this is like porn for them. they're so excited to finally get at this guy. which we don't know anything about. >> they're accusing him of murder already. easy big fellow. >> andrea, this guy just came out, not in the traditional sense of coming out, but he just came out as a non-liberal by doing that. >> it's harder to come out as a non-liberal than the other thing. if i had a rose, greg, he would get the final rose. chris harrison. in the dramatic rose ceremony ever. i bet they did not expect that
from him. >> no. >> it's extremely true. even with the gates book, as dana said, i think a lot of people knew president obama did it for politics, right, he didn't want to lose afghanistan on his watch, so he continued to prop up a kleptocracy for his benefit, but people died. when whoopi goldberg said, but people died, that's the appropriate response for benghazi. that's what they should have said about benghazi. when there's a scandal on the democratic side, people lose their lives. this chris christie thing pales in comparison to the other scandal. it's still important because we don't know what the payback was for. that's still a mystery, what was that for? but it's not the irs scandal, not the a.p. scandal, all of the other scandals really dwarf bridgegate. >> chris christie is a rising political figure. it's not surprising he's going to get this much coverage, and there are people buying it. there were 20 kids on a bus who got asphyxiated --
>> stop it. this didn't work yesterday, bob. it didn't happen. you dreamt it. >> we were number one in the ratings last night. maybe because when you said that, everyone went, what is he saying? kids on a bus that died? >> what about the lawsuits that are springing from this? is that going to be an issue? i don't know. >> a lot of time and a lot of taxpayer money for a really stupid political decision by staffers of chris christie who have now been fired. can i mention one thing about the guy chris, the bachelor guy? >> yes. >> i think what he did on the view when he surprised them is he expressed what we were talking about yesterday, with most people not identifying with the republican or democrat party, and because they don't see things in such black and white ways. i mean, whoopi goldberg is saying chris christie killed people, and he's like, wait, hold on. that's not right. and for people on the right who were trying to, you know, defend christie without actually looking at the facts first, i think that's why people are starting to pull away, and
somebody like chris -- what's his name? >> harrison. >> very cute. that's what people were thinking. >> democratic party. >> left his wife for one of the contestants? >> he can still be cute. >> observing something. >> yes. >> when chris christie became the darling of the left with the whole obama thing around hurricane sandy, they were fawning over this guy from hurricane sandy all the way through the election. now you see these liberals on talk shows, they don't know where to go with it. they don't know if they should trash him because they loved him or because he's a republican or a potential republican 2016. >> they will never really love chris christie because he has an r behind his name. it was all phony. the minute he runs against a democrat in a real sense against a hillary, they're going to kill him. we sat on the new year's show and i predicted, they're going to go after him. they're going to call him a bully. the cover of "usa today" i am not a bully. when you're explaining in politics you're not a bully,
you're losing, and we're only nine days in. they're set to get him in a big way. >> he got the reputation of a bully because he's a bully. >> stronger than a storm. he and his staff proved they're stronger than a storm. that's their slogan in new jersey. >> stronger than a storm? >> stronger than a storm. >> don't you know the song? >> it's the campaign. >> to eric's point, it is about removing the strongest contender for hillary. the other thing, if you noticed last night, a lot of the coverage of christie was about his weight. almost every late night talk show talked about how fat he was. i was talking to bernie from the imus show. he said, if hillary gains weight, is that okay? is that okay? you can't. double standard. christie's fat, we get it. >> all right, ahead on "the five," a facebook free for all, and your questions for us now at facebook.com/thefivefnc. we'll answer what you ask us, i guess.
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in the background, egging, i guess the neighbor's house or the neighbor's car. i love the fact, i'm placing an assault, like you're placing an order for chinese food. >> i love assault. it's delicious. >> exactly. so this is really tragic because justin bieber's music is so great. i kid. it's terrible. this guy is leaf garrett without a spine. bobby sherman without guts. david cassidy with a uterus. >> i have to think -- i have to think if you're justin bieber, you don't get yourself into situations like this. >> if i was justin bieber? >> would you egg a neighbor's house? >> i would never. do you remember when i was a country music dj, you think no one is listening to you. all of a sudden, there were eggs thrown against the window right by my face, 3:00 in the morning. very humiliating. i had to get that out because i have been embarrassed about it for a year. >> bob, you love the biebs. any thoughts?
>> i don't really love the guy. i egg my neighbor's house. i still do. this kid is getting himself into one thing after another. it's a classic pattern of a kid who was allowed to run wild and got too much attention too quickly. i feel sorry for him. i think it's the beginning of the spiral down. i'm not sure his music is going to carry him for the next ten years, right? >> he said he was going to retire, and then he said just kidding. got me excited for a little bit. i don't know if i should judge him on this because i did as an adult toilet paper a man's car. >> because he dumped you. >> it was our campaign manager's husband. we were working on a campaign. also, i almost played ding-dong ditch with my nephews. but i didn't do it. >> ding-dong ditch, bob. >> next up, something you may not have known. dan rather used heroin. well, tried heroin, you know, for a story recently. >> dan rather in 1955, you tried heroin as part of a story. what did you experience while high?
>> other worldly. >> did you ever want to go back to it? >> never. >> let the record show, did this in the police station, under police supervision, which is the one and only time i ever want to do it. it gave me a hell of a headache. >> that's going all out, a lot of research for this. >> first of all, i can't imagine a cop shop is going to let somebody come in and hit up heroin. a, they don't know if it's a hot shot or not. the guy has never done it before. they're going to let him shoot heroin. >> very strong heroin, it kills people, they can't take it. the idea they do it at a police station is crazy. the other thing is frankly, i have had little experience with this, very little, but i would not describe it as outer worldly. i would describe acid as outer worldly, but this is exactly the opposite way you would feel. >> well, his explanation was, and i love watch what happened live, he was doing it as part of a story. is that what we're calling a story now?
he didn't just want to report on the story. he wanted to be part of the story. bob, you wanted to be part of the story to the '70s, '80s, part of the '90. he also hallucinated. he had a flashback, and he hallucinated george bush's military resume. right? it had some after effect. >> where are we going? >> this is meant to be edgy, coming from a journalist. if he really wanted to become brave, he should have said he voted for regan or said he supported the vietnam war or that he was a republican. say you tried heroin gives you strange new respect to score cool points, but it's stupid. >> i have one thing to say, which is i doubt the story because heroin does not give you a headache. >> and you know this. >> for a story. >> i tell you what happens in the horse barns out there. >> does it give you a headache? >> no. >> okay. >> let's do this. it's friday, let's have fun here. a couple ladies taking dives. one on purpose, one not so much.
first, the rarely seen face to groin dive. watch. >> congratulations. >> oh! >> now, check out the gal who really, really didn't want that speeding ticket. >> she just jumped in the river. >> so what happened is she ditched. she was in a stolen car, but she had a long rap sheet, and she's fine. >> why do you keep coming to me? >> i just love it. >> because i had a little experience. >> you had experience in both. before you do this, let's do the "price is right" one more time, face to groin. >> congratulations.
oh! >> he's a model that's showing the displays. they have male ones now. >> is that right? >> yeah. >> a male model? >> i think so. the guy showing the display. >> he's going to be speaking in a squeaky voice. >> he laid down for a little bit. >> this was not a thin model. >> that wasn't a model. that was a contestant. >> if i had ever won the price is right, i would definitely have done something -- i would have had the same type of reaction. >> you would be blushing for years. >> i really just hoped he used dial. >> goodness. no one wants to talk about the jumper off the bridge. >> interesting, she landed on a camel and made her way to utah, so it was a happy ending. >> not surprising. if you have a rap sheet and a stolen car, you're going to try to get out of the situation. >> that's extreme, though. >> she must have known that was a short bridge. >> she left the car.
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the so-called youth misery index, a measurement of youth unemployment has hit an all-time high, making them miserable. obama won the vote of 18 to 29-year-olds by a 23% margin. in 2012, but they're quietly being left behind. so bob, these are the same young adults that voted in droves for president obama, arguably handed him the white house. not once, but twice. and he's causing them to be literally miserable because of their high unemployment and student loan debt. >> i think it's his fault the colleges charge as much as they do. i'm sure obama gets them all together and says increase your tuition because we want people to pay a lot more. let's also keep in mind obama was the president who gave relief to student loans and cut the percentage they had to pay back, but it's not surprising when there's not a lot of jobs out there and they do have a lot of debt, sure, they're going to be miserable. >> i know you're being sarcastic, but he did make student loans cheap and easy. that's a sign to the
universities that you can just, eric, jack up the tuition and charge whatever you want, letting them have free rein to have a higher education bubble. >> cheap, easy and excuse your students loan 0 so people can take on more debt. this foundation, young americans foundation, you have to go there. a conservative cornucopia of resources. >> not just conservatives, right wing. >> whatever, it's fantastic. you can find a ton of great stuff there, go there. but the index, unemployment, youth unemployment. we can hang that on obama. >> really? >> the student loans, you can say it's not his fault, fine, take it out. but the third and most important in my opinion is national dent. young people's share of national debt, the meat of it, the biggest portion of the misery index comes from, is absolutely ballooned under president obama. >> you think these kids know how much of the percentage? >> it's not up to them. they're not polled. this is an index that has nothing to do with what they think. >> this right-wing think tank
comes up with things like this. >> forget the right-wing think tank. the "new york times" had a column recently that highlighted a study by stewart friedman in 1992 asking millennials their inclination to have kids. back in the day, in '92, it was 78%. he conducted the study recently and found out only 42% of them want to have children. and the reason they say they don't want to have kids is because they don't see how they can make it work. they don't have jobs. they have crushing student loan debt. they see a pretty abysmal future. isn't that a troubling thing for the united states? >> i think -- definitely because demographically because if you look at europe or russia where they have a low birth rate and japan, you have problems down the road because you need people to be reproducing so we can keep things going. but this is delaying everything. so they can't find the jobs, so then they're maybe defaulting or late in paying back their student loans. they're not buying that second
car, not buying homes, and their happiness is delayed. and marriage actually, a committed relationship provides people a certain sort of good feeling about it, so you wouldn't be in the misery index. i guess what i'm trying to say is i don't want to blame president obama for any of this. these are long-term trends that have been happening for a long time that have to do with the foundation of our educational system and the fundamental change of the economy and the technology we're not prepared for in this country. >> greg, i really want these young people to have kids because they need to pay my social security and your social security. but shouldn't liberals be encouraging kids to have sex? instead, they're giving out free birth control, right? not you, bob. >> i have to comment on this misery index. personally, i think it's insulting to our grandparents and to our great grandparents and to me who had a much, much worse growing up than the kids have now.
i want to go through a list of what my life was like. acne. we didn't have anything but clearasil. you guys have everything. i look at teenagers. their skin is perfect. stray dogs. when i grew up, remember, you had stray dogs. they would walk around. i haven't seen a stray dog in 30 years. no espn. you had three channels and clickers. you remember your remote control clicker? half the time it didn't work. eating? do you remember tv dinners, how crappy they were? you would open them up, there would be peas in your peach cobbler. the 1980s when i was in high school and college. aids and herpes. in the 1970s, jimmy carter and slacks. are you more miserable now? hell no, you have espn, xbox, apple. this is the best time of your life. >> but they have justin bieber. >> t >> that was really an interesting rant. >> we have to go. >> how miserable it is? it's good.
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that was the best, william refrigerator perry, a big offensive lineman they put in as fullback. and by the way, that team won the super bowl, i believe, by the widest margin, up until then. >> buddy -- what's his name? >> buddy ryan. >> got in a fight with the coach. >> that super bowl shuffle was a genius pr move. i wonder what the broncos will do. did you like that? >> got that. >> eric, you have one more. do you think "homeland" will be back, and if so, will it be better without brody? >> i love homeland with or without brody. it's probably time to move on. one more thing, a new one "true detective" hbo series starting sunday. have to watch that. i love "homeland". >> when do you get time? >> sunday night, after football. >> andrea is next. i know you attended wrestle mania 3. are you still a wwe fan? who is your favorite wrestling superstar? >> no, but when i was little, i don't know why i loved it. something about the drama and fighting.
i loved miselizabeth. i loved hack saw jim duggens. i liked the british bulldog. >> how do you know these? >> as a little girl, i liked watching wwf on saturday mornings. >> now it's wwe. >> i don't watch it anymore. >> question for you, andrea, number 2. if you were a junior high or high school teacher, which subjects would you like to teach and what grade? 7 through 12. >> political science or government, or writing. i love writing class. that was my favorite class. >> what age? >> the older the better. >> you want to get them young. if you're teaching politics. >> that's true. i'll take the ninth graders. >> greg, you're next. what do you like to do in your down time, greg? be careful. you're talking to america. >> all right, what do i do in my down time? i don't have down time. i watched the greatest movie i have ever seen called "the act of killing" which i watched last night.
a movie in which they got these indonesian mass murderers, a documentary, that killed over 2.5 million people and had them re-enact their crimes in a movie. it's quite possibly the best movie i have ever seen in my life. it will probably win an oscar this year. it blew my mind. 2 of 1/2 hours. get it on itunes. >> saw it on wall street. >> i saw that. >> the cub of wall street for film people. very good. your second one, greg, is how has marriage changed your opinions of some things? >> wow. >> of marriage? >> 20 seconds or less. >> the interesting thing about marriage is that there is no book written about it that is honest. and it will never be written. >> so why don't you write it? >> because i want to live. >> and stay married. >> and stay married, but no one will actually break the code and say this is what it's like. they'll say, you should really try it, it's good for you.
yeah, it's good for me but you didn't tell me about the other stuff. >> and here's how to do it. >> bob, we're going to move to you next. why did you move out of your adorable house? >> i moved out of it -- i actually still haven't moved out of it, but they moved me up here to do this show. and just one day, i was living in maryland. the next thing i was uprooted and dropped here in new york city, which is a wonderful place to find friends. serial killers -- no, but i still have the house, is the answer. that's why i decorated. >> here's the thing. >> i decorate it. >> why will that be your last time doing the christmas decorations? >> i'll be in new york city. if i have a house again, i'll do them then. >> second one for you. what three things would you pack in your bag before taking a flight to mars? be careful, bob. be careful. >> oh, man. >> mars. mars. >> cigars. yeah.
xanax. helium. >> helium. >> so i could breathe. >> i don't think you need it. >> oxygen. that's what i meant. >> okay, here's mine. in your humble opinion, how long would greg last as the white house press secretary? >> that's a good question. i could wing that thing. >> you could wing it, but would you be able to contain your temper? >> i would have a blast. i would come in and eviscerate all of them, insult them every minute. >> god, that would be great. >> except for the dude from cnn. >> which one? >> jonathan karl? >> i don't know. who are they? >> my second one is would you consider yourself a country girl or city girl and why? >> i would say i'm a country girl trapped in the city. but i like the city because i listen to my country music, but there's really no live country music here. that's kind of a problem, although 94.7 is helping with that. yes, i think that i could go both ways.
>> well, i hope that's taken out of context. >> do we have time for this last one? quickly, this is for everybody. okay, this show, oh, my gosh. okay, who does the most show prep and who just walks in and wings it? >> that's obvious. >> yeah, pretty obvious. >> bob, would you like to answer that? >> i do the most show prep. you guys tend to all wing it. i spend hours getting ready for this show, and you guys just walk in here. eric is on another tv show, and andrea is out doing waitressing. >> your preparation is sitting outside smoking a cigar. >> i study hard. >> we can tell. and we appreciate it. and our viewers appreciate it. that was fun. next, we won't know who is going to the super bowl yet, but we know what the athletes will be wearing. and that's what really matters, people. bob has football fashions. plus our playoff predictions, plus our playoff predictions, coming up. i was going to the library to do my homework.
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super bowl sunday super bowl sunday is just 23 days away, folks. and we're just getting ready for the first look at what some of your favorite players will be wearing. that's why i'm wearing this ridiculous jacket. no, it's not ridiculous. very nice. going to say the peo were nice enough to give it to us. this will be the first bowl ever played in cold weather in an open-air stadium. they played in minneapolis, but it was a dome stadium. at the meadowlands in new jersey. the folks at so nike designed clothes to hel athletes stay warm, made from the dry fit base layers for ba protections fromse rain and sno. let me ask you and you question here. first of all, you have on the -- >> i love this thing.t >> i won't walk out with it,
don't worry. >> he'll buy it for all of you.e >> and these gloves. the >> very good. that's excellent. all right. now -- >> these are gloves and they arh the high they can things so i can keep doing my -- >> and what do you have on here? >> i have the dry fit maxcan thn keep doing my -- >> and what do you have on here? >> i have the dry fit maxt t-shirt. >> it sure is dry fit. no question about that. >> what is that supposed to mean? >> nothing. >> how come you don't have ha something on? >> how do you know? i could be wearing the athletic supporter. >> want to thank nike for in bringing these things over here. hope thehe players stay warm. why anybody chose the meadowl d meadowlands for a super bowl -- >> it's a great idea. did you watch the football game in green bay? >> fun, yeah. >> that is football weather. i don't want to see a dome.
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>> time for one more thing. first up, tomorrow night at 10:00, not 11:00, so on earlier. and it would be kind of crazy. all right. 120 pound lady, molly, kind of impressive, she at ec tchlate s ounces, in three minutes. that is like 60 pounds. she weighs 120 pounds. look at that. i don't know where you pick up
this talent. like how do you discover you're a competitive eater? how? >> if you're going to eat a steak, you should savor it. that's not fair to the animal. my favorite red eye, i never say anything, but look what they did to me. >> this stuff could have prevented 9/11. >> that is such [ bleep ]. >> i'm not only one who has not been [ bleep ]. >> i might have got bleeped. >> i'm going to put in a bleep that will look like i said something really bad. >> she said i'm the only one who has been. >> i told my mom to watch. >> i thought that was nice, red eye, one of the best of course until bob is on. >> 30 years ago this very day, i was watching television and
wendy's debuted a brand new commercial. >> it's a very big fluffy bun. >> where's the beef? >> some hamburger places give you a lot less beef on a lot of bun. >> hey, where's the beef some i don't think there's anybody back there. >> well, i got enamored with that ad. and i took that to him about to debate gary hart, who was the frontrunner, and this is what happened to mondale and where's the beef. >> when i hear your new ideas, i'm reminded of that ad, where's the beef. >> that ended gary hart's career. i also rode that baby for 20 years on the circuit. >> well, this is a very neat themed one more thing with the steak eating woman which looks like me on a friday night when i don't have to wear the tight dresses on a saturday. and yours was very beef if i,
t too. look at this cutest video ever. he takes his first step ever at the toronto zoo. look. >> you'll have global warming at your habitat. >> look how cute. come on. you're almost there, buddy. >> he's going backwards. >> play eye of the tiger. focus. >> all right. they're yelling at me. >> you have to watch the rest of it. >> also featuring bob beckel, tomorrow morning, not mandatory, but suggested, 11:30, nfl all day saturday and sunday, sunday night, you got to check this out, so excited to this, woody harrelson and matthew mcconaughey, true detectives, a new drama. two gay detectives, right?
>> no. i think it's great that you like that stuff. >> anyway, don't forget to set your dvrs so you never miss an episode of the five. have a great weekend. special report is next. glad you're with us. welcome to a brand new hour inside america's news headquarters. >> crippling chemical spill in west virginia impacting water for about 300,000 people. and now some say they're falling ill. a live report coming up. world leaders reacting to the death of former israeli prime minister ariel sharon. and heroic soldier became an iconic states man being remembered now as a fierce defender of israel. we're live in jerusalem. >> and congress has a lot of sleep this coming week. lawmakers facing some key