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had something in common. we aren't dead. at least yet. because in new york city, not getting assaulted is akin to winning the lottery. it's a violent city right now. this morning i saw a rat with a black eye. [scattered laughter] it's a funny image. it's not even a real joke, but hey. murders spiked big time jumping from 319 in 2019 to 500 in 2020. we shy away from numbers around here because b6 hates math. but change that vowel to an e and that's another story. all right, okay. that jump, by the way, was the largest since national record keeping began in 1960. that was the other mob finally stopped killing all the record keepers. so yes, we may not be number one anymore in math or science but check out how we kill each other. where is our gold medal and that? we got to host the olympic games
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so we can add competitive drive-bys as a new sport. but as the media quickly points out all the time, if you remove murder from the statistics, crime has dropped. well, that's a relief! so hey, honey, did you hear this year? you're less likely to get robbed. why are you answering me? oh wow, you've been murdered. but at least you weren't robbed. now let me move your body before i get arrested for littering. maybe i'm crazy, but if murder nearly doubles while lesser stuff is down, i'm not throwing a parade. mainly because no one will show up since they've all been murdered. so the crime wave ain't just nyc either. chicago had 771 murders last year compared to 500 the previous year, ellie went from 258-2351. that's why these cities are hemorrhaging residents, because the residents are hemorrhaging. murders have jumped 10% from
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2020 and 87 cities according to "the new york times." and speaking of murder, you know it killed the times to admit that. so the times is in full denial. to them it has nothing to do with defunding and marginalizing law enforcement while cheering on the destruction of cities or releasing repeat violent offenders onto the street, which they have, essentially decriminalizing crime. no, no, it's not that. to quote a community organizer in the pierce "people are desperate, and they don't have a lot of options so they turn to violence as the wages all things." is that of person's only option? you know, look for a job or kill someone. congratulations, media, you've dressed the city in short skirt and said she was asking for it. if you don't see the criminal as the perpetrator but as a victim, happily excuse yourself from punishing the perp. however, the media would surely change their minds if these crimes are being committed by trump supporter's. so what is new york city doing well citizens are picked off
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like clay pigeons at a skeet shoot? the board of health has declared racism a public-crisis. if not murder, not drug abuse, not punk and spice lattes, but racism. those victims pushed onto subway tracks? i bet they'll be so relieved. so they passed a resolution declaring that covid has worsened the suffering among communities of color. if they are referring to rest homes, they might be right. black, white, brown, racism didn't kill them though. the carelessness and stupidity of our politicians did. one state senator said we need an urgent call to action, we can no longer ignore as a government or a society. yet, because we've been ignoring racism. sorry, where has this idiot been? the only place where racism isn't being discussed at nausea him is under the sea, and even there, the great white shark gets a bad rap. it's true. this resolution came six months
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after the inept cdc declared racism a serious public health threat, and now they've crated a mayoral racial justice commission. who's going to be in charge of it? the mayor's wife? no. our mayor is stupid. [scattered laughter] but his wife is worse! she ran the mental health program that made 800 million bucks of taxpayer money disappear! as a result, what's happening on our streets looks like the trailer for the sequel to "one flew over the cuckoo's next." is racism a public health crisis? let's ask the angry black male. ♪ ♪ >> oh, hey, got felled. sorry
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i'm not going to be in this week, really under the weather. under your oppression. white double. i'm sorry. i got the racism really bad this week. [coughing] oh, man, punky! punky! sorry, you guys should probably -- oh. you know -- i mean, i guess the good news double. you know, it's not me personally, it's an illness. wonder bread. wonder bread. ♪ ♪ >> greg: so maybe it's true, is a public health crisis, if you're a racist. if you think being a racist offers you any advantage in life, then you're worse than a
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racist, your joy reid. the quickest way to end your life, just be a racist. i would have added being caught whacking off on the work zoom call, but cnn did me wrong. [scattered applause] but you can be guilty of racism without any proof at all. it's like dunking which is, if they float they are guilty, but if they are innocent, they drown. and if they get hepatitis, the water is definitely from kat's hot tub. no matter what you call it, it's designed to get around your denial of being a bigot. your blood runs red, white, and racist, except for the accusers who are somehow born that evil gene. so is racism a problem? sure, but it didn't rape that woman on a train in philly while people found it, it didn't kill that filipino nurse in times square two weeks ago, racism didn't stand that other woman down a flight of stairs to her death. racism didn't push people in front of trains.
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racism didn't force people out of stores that can no longer keep up with theft. or maybe racism is fueling this. what else could be behind the denial of so many homicide rates killing so many blacks? the white elite activist class. what to expect from these people? that's the racism, and it's a true public health crisis. seriously. if kovic would rebuild anything, it's that living under democrat leadership is the most dangerous comorbidity one could have. tonight's guest! vice president -- chris barron! [scattered applause] the brilliant economist always brings a high interest rate, financial analyst, heather! he's birthed more tv successes
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than christian a buried tv rider and producer. and she's the only person that olive garden said wasn't family, fox news contributor kat timpf. [scattered cheers] got a lot of fans there, kat. they are obviously drunk. when you see stuff like this, do you wonder how can this country survive when lawlessness is now somehow government approved and the citizens get targeted by our very own agencies? >> yeah, except for the good news is that the new york mayor is on his way out and a guy on his way in is, you know, want to run the boroughs of manhattan -- the boroughs of new york city him is that what you guys want in places like brooklyn and queens in the bronx and they said we want more cops and he said okay. he ran on that and he won, and he's going to win probably a democratic city -- if the democratic candidate, probably going to win. so it is correcting itself a little bit. what i am most worried about what i think is more freaky, a
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lot of these crimes, a lot of these murders in new york city are committed by insane people on the street. and that is a public health crisis. >> greg: absolutely. if you drive up any avenue like i do every day to work because i'm a man of the people -- my driver drives me! can you see it through the window? it's tinted. and it was told the driver not to speak to me or look at me so i can capture -- but you go on the street, there are people lying facedown on the ground and you can't -- they are insane, heather. you are a business expert. how is this affecting, like, businesses. this is a nationwide issue. there are businesses that aren't coming back from covid and then when they come back they are dealing with crime. >> the businesses that did succeed, especially small businesses, through the pandemic, now they are having to deal with the issue of one they call the police, if someone is
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robbing the store, nobody shows up on time and so they have to shut down because there losing a lot of revenue due to all the theft. and i just think -- when the murder increase was the highest hear of your since they foster 60s, 77% of those were caused by firearms, so you will hear the democrats blame guns. they will say guns are the problem, but it's not. it's defunding the police. there's no surprise that surging violence in cities of minneapolis and portland and new york and l.a. are all areas where they reduced the police budget. that's no coincidence. so law-enforcement risk their lives every day to save us, and i think they deserve a lot more respect. >> greg: yeah. [scattered applause] is it time to start defunding things the democrats like? >> absolutely. >> greg: like the arts? >> here's what the saddest thing
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is, the left-wing activist to say that there's all this desperation in the inner cities, they are absolutely correct. fortunately, the left doesn't have any policy solutions, so what they offer up is this empty rhetoric. it's, you know, it's racism, it's bigotry, it's homophobia. they have no actual agenda to get people off the streets coming to get people working, to give people opportunity, and that's what this is all about. it is the complete -- the emperor has no clothes here. while they have is empty rhetoric, and that's why -- that's why we continue to see it over and over again. >> greg: literally when you're on the streets of new york, sometimes the emperor -- you know what though? to your point, if the problems that the left concentrate on, you can concentrate on in times of luxury. the republicans come to power, they build an economy. then the democrats come in and talk about under diversity. but now we are in chaos and they are still talking about things like pronouns while everybody is suffering. we need to get the adults back
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in the room, kat. what do you say? >> depends on which adults. in which room. like i want more cops on the street for sure. do i want them searching my apartment? not necessarily. >> greg: god no. >> but everybody sees it. even -- just yesterday there was a guy passed out right across the sidewalk by my apartment. we were concerned, as we walk the dog, like is he dead, he said no, i'm just taking a nap. it's like... i have taken naps before. you don't do it like that. >> greg: it is -- the broken windows theory has been debunked, but we are finding that it was wrongly debunked, that if you allow certain things like that happen, it only gets worse. >> i allowed it, we invited him over. >> greg: excellent.
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all right, up next, where their demands are addressed at their sparsely attended protest? [scattered applause] ♪ ♪ when heartburn hits, fight back fast with tums chewy bites. fast heartburn relief in every bite. crunchy outside, chewy inside. ♪ tums, tums, tums, tums ♪ tums chewy bites >> tech: when you get a chip in your windshield... trust safelite. this couple was headed to the farmers market... when they got a chip. they drove to safelite for a same-day repair. and with their insurance, it was no cost to them. >> woman: really? >> tech: that's service the way you need it. >> singers: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪
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♪ ♪ >> greg: dave chappelle being funny had their eyes crying in their noses running. fans showed up, telling trans protesters we like dave. this week transgender rights activist and dave chappelle clashed outside of netflix a bunch of his caliber and offices. ironically the little round a view was more entertaining than most things found on netflix. some of their employees staged a walkout to protest his last special, arguing that his jokes harmed the trans community and could incite violence. they didn't mention that they would be the ones inciting
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violence, but hey. here's what some had to say. >> identity expression -- your jokes are promoting hateful and discriminatory behavior and conversation, and that is what hurts us. >> a person does not need to produce or birth a child to be a woman. that goes for any woman, trans or six. >> we are just here to support jokes, man! jokes! it's what makes this country great! free speech! >> greg: an american hero! of course they disagreed and watch as he has assigned destroyed. >> why is he breaking my sign? why is he breaking my sign? [indiscernible] free speech.
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>> he's got a weapon! he's got a weapon! >> greg: [laughs] so they destroyed a sign that said "we like dave." talk about horrible violent message. some employees have issued a list of demands, including disclaimers first repels special saying it contains transform a claim misogyny, and then of course hate speech. i would like the program to be labeled as dull, racist and full of what think it's. if they find a joke so bad, why don't they come jump up into the arena and better ones. that's what i did as late-night host coming clearly it is working out. [scattered cheers] >> greg: bathe me in the applause! this reminds all of us, and me, how awesome free speech really is. check out this protest outside our offices earlier today.
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>> hey, hey, brian kilmeade has got to go. brian kilmeade has got to go. hey hey, brian kilmeade has got to go. hey hey, brian kilmeade is got to go. >> greg: those are my people. you know, i can't help komodo talking about, i could see chris barringer's face turning beet red. angry. >> i am. two things. one, i guess the moment of like racial reckoning for the left is over. it's over. nothing but lily white liberals out there yelling and screaming about shutting down the rights of a black man to actually do his job, tell jokes, and make money, so i guess that's over, that's done buried sacrifice the altar of the transgender community. secondly, i assume know when they're actually watched the chapelle special. he spent 15 minutes talking about a good friend of his who was trans who took her own life
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and how important she was in his life. and his people are yelling, proving his point all along with these folks, they are not watching the special, they're picking up the talking points, they are catching it of left-wing media. they don't care about dave chappelle. they don't care about comedy. they care about protecting this new gender b.s. >> greg: yeah, you know what. before that woman committed suicide, who it was his friend, she had been hounded for being a fan of his eye the transgender community. i'm not going to say that it's a causation, but there's a correlation, that's a little science for you. >> i can't do science, i'm a woman, continue. >> greg: are you a woman tonight? >> i've been a woman so far the entire time i've been alive and i plan to stick with it. >> greg: you're doing a good job, stick with it. >> thank you. i just think that it's really almost sad that these people have nothing better to do than to go out and protest a problem they created in their own head.
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because the sign saying trans lives matter, like when did he say that they don't? he never -- he never said that they don't. i mean, believing that trans lives matter and believing that a comedian should be able to tell jokes -- not only do they not usually -- not mutually exclusive, they are not even related. they are not even related things. it's truly crazy and i don't think people acknowledge that enough. >> greg: if you change the channel, which most people do, then you can't protest. if they turn it on, they can turn it off, so they won't turn it on so they can't turn it off and then they can go and scream and yell. >> what did they think that he said? >> greg: exactly. >> it's clearly not what he actually said. >> he was worse to a few other groups and specific people. heather, what drives me crazy about this is the ceo apologized because people were clearly in pain. and what are they in pain from? a withering bone disease?
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cancer, a brain tumor? when people talk about being in pain over something that is like entertainment, it shouldn't -- it should upset and defend anybody suffering from a real malady. [scattered applause] sorry. >> got you. that's -- it's a huge company, and thinking of it from a business perspective, so netflix ceo and ahead of their programming is saying we have to protect our brand and therefore they are putting out a statement, i'm pretty sure originally they were in favor of the show, they approved of the show, and that's why it was released. but due to all the backlash, they are trying to protect the business. i get it, but look, cancel culture is very scary. it like you said, if you don't like it, just change the channel. in comedy, nothing should be off limits. that's why it's comedy. but if you are canceled, you're done. on the way walking over here, there was a man behind me and
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they were all walking a line as part of a group that i heard him say "i don't want to be part of this group," you know? because then he has to walk in a group and they can't get around people and move through times square. and it occurred to me that there is no individual thought anymore on the left. and once rebranded, i think of nikki menage, was that she didn't want to take the vaccine, she didn't say that the vaccine was bad and don't get it, she said she may not want to take it herself. i think of kanye west and his support of president trump. he was also banned, so they meaning the radical left think they're part of your group and you step outside of the group with some individual thought, you are done. you are finished and band, you're not allowed to have your own thoughts. >> greg: it was interesting too when you look at the protest, seems like there was more media there than protesters. although it might be unclear to many people but you spent most of your career in comedy. >> it's weird, isn't it?
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i find that shocking. >> greg: it's just alarming. >> i think it is a problem. to be fair, chapelle is fine, nicki minaj is fine, connie west is going to be fine. but look -- and i heard there were some netflix employees who walked out, but a lot of netflix employees are working from home so they really kind of just walked out of the house, turned around and shook their fist at their front door or something. the problem is -- and i think it's actually counterproductive for the group. what chapelle does is not tell jokes, he holds stories. he told a compelling story about a friend of his. if you are in favor of trans rights and trans acceptance, that is probably the most useful and positive story that can be told a lot of people heard it, and it's just amazing to me that they can take what is in fact a win and turn it into something that they are pissed about. it is so bizarre to me, me, neurotic, is a form of mental
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illness. >> greg: it drives me crazy because if you have -- if you're suffering from actual pain, and you see somebody kind of basically culturally appropriate pain, it pisses me off because right now i have heartburn. i am the real victim here. i've been struggling for almost a month now. >> you are so courageous. >> greg: i am -- i'm fighting the battle. i'm fighting the battle. >> your heartburn hero. >> greg: if you have gerd at home, i am your gerd spirit animal. up next, the biden demonstration is willing to bet that parents are the biggest threat. ♪ ♪
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ace theory -- gender policies more confusing than rupaul buying drinks at ladies' night, parents have a lot to be pissed off about. but merrick garland is leading the war against mom and dad. he's got more issues with parents than britney spears. republican lawmakers grilled him over his horrid memo directing federal law enforcement to review threats against school board members. garland try to clarify, but doug a deeper hole. >> the very first sentence of your memo, you said in recent months there's been a disturbing spike in harassment, threats of violence. when did you first resume the data showing this so-called disturbing up to? >> i read the letter and we have been seeing over time -- >> i didn't ask you -- you read the letter, that's your source? is there some study, some effort, some investigation that someone did that said there's a disturbing uptick or you just take the word of the national school board association? >> the national school board association, which represents
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dozens of school boards and school board members, says there are these kind of threats. >> greg: so let's target parents based on the school board association letter demanding that he target parents. this isn't based on any actual data, no facts, no stats, no cases, just a letter. that's pretty scary, and if you're scared, you should be. one a group people can write a letter to the attorney general demanding you get targeted and he agrees, that is some seriously bad [bleep]. i might -- [scattered applause. i might try that on my neighbor, who keeps playing coldplay. i hate coldplay. earlier this week, parents in michigan and virginia filed a lawsuit trying to criminalize -- if that's not enough, the cdc says schools should keep mask mandates even if the kids are vaccinated, so mr. president, what's up with this war on parents? >> look, i don't know what these parents are so upset about.
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but the schools do the teaching, all right? you're not an expert in how to raise your kids. look, they teach the four r's, reading, writing, rithmatic, vaccines. and you know the song. school days school days, dear old golden rule days. what's the golden rule? wear a mask! >> greg: heather, i was just saying, we don't have a war on christmas anymore, we need a new war and i think they just delivered one, it's the war on parents and the parents have to at some point galvanize because their kids are like the most important thing. i don't understand it, but... you have kids. >> yes. i'm one of those moms and i think the world of my daughter -- everyone thinks that their kids are the best in the
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world. of course, we are all biased as parents. but you're right, this is a big push to take away power from parents and shout out to all those that are speaking up against this. for example, critical race theory is divisive, it's un-american, it's very destructive, and i think the federal government should stay out of it. you leave it up to the states, and that way you keep the authority with the parents, where if you don't want your child to go to that school, they can go to a different school. and here's where it's really hurting democrats in the polls. you look at and virginia, terry mcauliffe, his poll numbers are tan tanking. he said that parents should have no role in parenting their child. and even democrats aren't voting for him. school is not the ultimate authority. it's the parents, whether you have a child or not. >> greg: yeah. rob, this president was supposed to unite a country, but he is
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buried he's uniting the country against joe biden. that's united. >> first of all, you know you like coldplay. >> greg: no i don't. ever since he hurt pork gwyneth paltrow, broke her heart. >> i will say this. the origin of the problem is that the parents are finding out what's going on in schools. the minute they find out what's going on in schools, the minute they actually watch her read -- >> because of zoom at home. >> school board meeting, they are like weights, watch, what's that? so the problem isn't -- for these guys, isn't that the parents are protesting, the problem is the parents now know what's happening. it's hard -- it's hard to shut somebody up once they know just what you're doing in their name. >> greg: exactly. you know, kat, no one seems to mind when people were accosting people at brunch or chasing down, you know, people leaving restaurants are going to the theater, but now if you dare cross the school board.
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>> yeah, and all of them say follow the science. quite a bit for people who don't have science. like there was a letter? that's crazy, but it's par for the course. where is the science that says, you know, you don't need to wear a mask if you're a year and 11 months and three weeks old, but once you hit two years old, you better put that mask on or else your whole family is murder family. they say that. >> greg: they do. >> seriously. >> greg: you know, chris, it's amazing to see the attorney general make his decisions based on stuff i see on tv in this letter. tweeting this seriously. >> my husband is a public school teacher. >> greg: you have a husband! >> i know what! my husband the public school teacher in frederick county virginia, and he has had for years and years that the most important thing in determining
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success or failure for children is involving the parents. when he had parent teacher conferences with failing students, guess what? parents never show up. the a+ students, the parents are always there. we ought to be encouraging parents to take a role in there -- no one is going -- instead we cut the federal government threatening to roll out the patriot act against parents who are concerned. that is absolutely ridiculous. >> greg: it's insane! [scattered applause] but having said that, it gives us so much great content. >> oh, yes. >> greg: all right, before we go, a quick reminder, come see me on my book tour. i will be in birmingham, alabama, next month and lovely newark, new jersey. ticket info -- you laugh, it is beautiful. coming up, tvs top 100 list in the show they clearly missed. ♪ ♪ th this. cool it with this. and relieve it with this. but new preparation h soothing relief spray
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♪ ♪ >> greg: so what's your
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favorite show and which ones really blow? the bbc has released its list of 100 greatest tv series of the 21st century. somehow we just missed the cut off. must've been those episodes with brian kilmeade dragging us down. talk about deadweight, but they must really believe climate change is taking us all up at 2030 because we are barely a fifth of the weight through the century and they're doing this list. academics and tv insiders from all of the world -- unfortunately people who weren't dorks were uninterested in participating. wow. anyway. according to the experts, the number one show of the past 20 years is "the wire," not bad, qualify "madman," "breaking bad," "fleabag," "end "game of thrones"." the big bang theory came in at number 26 so they also pulled people with severe head injuries. unfortunately they left out one of my favorite sitcoms.
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let's play the intro. you're going to love it. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> greg: not on the list, kat. what would it be on your list? what's number one for you? >> it depends what kind of mood i'm in, what kind of day ipad. >> greg: here we go. >> i'm not going to go any further with that, okay?
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you wish i would share more. "it's always sunny in philadelphia," is really low on the list, because it's a really amazing hilarious show but "boger corpsman" was up at the love that show it's very subjective. not everyone is going to like that show because not everyone has that much mental disturbance going on. >> greg: it's a great show. one of the best written shows. the scene where they go to the movie premiere underwater. made my heart move. >> really? >> greg: rob, you are a tv that, producer of "cheers," no less, and no more. >> and no more. which is why my favorite show of the 21st century are "cheers" reruns. [laughter] >> my mom too! >> to be fair, i also am a big fan of the "gutfeld!" show before it got really bad. >> greg: when we started having rob long on.
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if there are a part -- a favorite era of "cheers"? >> i was on the second part of it, but i think the first part of it was really great. i think there is some great tv episodes. >> greg: heather. i will go to you last. chris -- >> i'm chris. >> greg: pick your show. >> "arrested about him." way too low on the list. and by the way, another one that i don't think made the list, "happy endings." and amazingly good show, consistently funny. >> greg: i only know the practice. heather? >> i don't watch a lot of tv. only your show. and i was wondering where "cheers was," but i understand 21st century, so we can watch the reruns. but if i had to pick two, "madman," and "curb your enthusiasm." that's the only ones i've seen on the list very >> greg: i will urge people to check out "peep show," it's fantastic.
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the guy got famous making "succession." same dude. but it's all based -- all human beings are basically basket cases. doesn't matter politically, gender, we are all weird. and the british office. probably one of the best shows ever made. that's it. all right, up next, the pageants said they weren't that cute, so these sore losers filed suit. [scattered applause] that's why they customize your car insurance, so you only pay for what you need. oh, yeah. that's the spot. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪ are you taking a statin drug to reduce cholesterol? it can also deplete your coq10 levels. i recommend considering qunol coq10
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♪ ♪ >> greg: the pageant told them "no not you," so they decided to sue. three women who tried and failed to be crowned miss france teamed up with a feminist group to sue the pageant, they alleged they were discriminated against based on their appearance. i could be wrong, but isn't that the entire beauty pageant model? the pageant does have strict rules, however. contestants have to be at least 5'5". it looks like i'm out. got to be single and representative of beauty. looks like i am mostly back in. they've also forbidden from gaining weight, changing their hair, and getting any tattoos or piercings other than in their ears. sorry, kat. although they are still free to collaborate with any germans, because they are french.
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but hey, just because it was called the beauty contest, it's not like that meant these women should expect to be judged on their looks. and really, isn't everyone beautiful in their own way? at least that's what ugly people tell me. chris, doesn't this sound like a set up? joined the pageant and then sued? total set up. >> it completely sounds like a set up. i think it's funny that we got all these people out there saying absolutely you can be fired for not getting the vaccine, you can be denied access to grocery stores, restaurants, but the same people are like i can be judged in a beauty pageant based on actual looks. >> greg: what should we judge one? your eternal stage internal organs? >> i would watch that pageant. >> greg: we are going to take a look at deliver! that's the interior beauty pageant, rob! you are a producer! can you imagine getting dr. michael baden there to get autopsies? that they're not dead. >> all done in one of those operating theaters.
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>> greg: i've always wanted to go to one of those. >> yeah, i think there's a reason why they won't let you in. >> greg: sometimes i just think some things are free. >> i know this is kind of funny, but the scary thing is this is france. france, where they smoke and the kids drink. and they go yes, you know, it's not -- she's not attractive. that is supposed to be -- if they had gone -- the globe is in trouble. there's nobody -- there's no redoubt left fort -- i mean, the misprints pageant is 100 years old, it's not like they just started it. so for 100 years the french have been doing this and it's is actually the worst news of the whole show. not the doj list, not murder rates. it's that france is no longer superficially interested -- >> greg: it does kind of
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illuminate if truth, kat, that we are all discriminators. we all make decisions based on discriminating, the people that we date, the people we hang out with. we discover many. the beauty pageant discriminate scurried >> you know what else discriminates? a nightclub. they have bouncers at the door chosen for their -- you know, chosen for their terrifying scary appearance to protect against the threat of anybody but barely legal hot check with giant boobs and 9-inch heels to walk in the door. that's an entire industry. >> greg: i'm glad you -- and it's not a bad thing, really. [awkward laughter] >> greg: mr. france sued in one. >> mr. france? >> sued and won the suit? >> i don't know, i didn't read it that far. i pulled a merrick garland. >> yeah. that's a good -- i'm just going to do that from now on, that's a
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merrick garland. >> no one is holding a gun to your head, if you don't want to audition for a beauty pageant buried >> greg: there's another idea for a show! gun to your head beauty pageant! so they got to walk in and you have a gun and they've got to do all the stuff, answer the questions, there's got to be a bikini thing, but they have to have a gun to their head! >> and the ones who lose get their internal organs looked at. >> greg: this is already better than that ""squid game"." >> this is so much better than shark tank. >> greg: it is. having said that, i don't think this will work and i'm out. >> those people don't even spend their own money. don't go away, we will be right back. ♪ ♪ battling sensitive skin, we switched to tide hygienic clean free. it's gentle on her skin, and out cleans our old free detergent. tide hygienic clean free. hypoallergenic and safe for sensitive skin.
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♪ ♪ >> greg: as usual, we are at a time. this is such a great show and what a great panel. even with kat here.
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set your dvrs so you never miss an episode. thanks to chris, joe, rob, kat timpf. our studio audience. "fox news @ night" with evil shannon bream is next. i am oprah and i love you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> shannon: hello, and welcome to "fox news @ night." i am shannon bream in washington. critics are blasting the president's town hall on cnn tonight as a as a commander in chief faces mounting crises. president biden accused of mocking freedom as it supports firing first responders who do not want to comply with vaccine mandates. >> the two things that concern me, one, are those who try to make this a political


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