11t: Eli Manning / Rihanna
Fox and Friends
Steve Doocy.....Taran Killam
Gretchen Carlson.....Vanessa Bayer
Brian Kilmeade.....Bobby Moynihan
Rupert Murdoch.....Fred Armisen
[ opening graphics ]
Announcer: You're watching "Fox and Friends."
[ dissolve to the morning show hosts on-set ]
Steve Doocy: Thank you! Welcome back to the third hour of "Fox and Friends." I'm Steve Doocy, and, joining me as always -- Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade!
Gretchen Carlson: Oh, good morning! [ she laughs ]
Brian Kilmeade: Happy Monday!
Steve Doocy: Did everybody have a good weekend?
Gretchen Carlson: GREAT weekend!
Brian Kilmeade: I finally took the tree down!
Steve Doocy: Oh, great! You know, THAT'S how you fight the liberal war on Christmas -- you keep the tree up ítil May!
Gretchen Carlson: You know, I heard the White House doesn't even call it a Christmas tree -- they call it a "Holiday" tree.
Brian Kilmeade: Oh, man! I had to throw mine out because a raccoon had babies in it!
Steve Doocy: Miracle of life! Well, this week was the one-year anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden. And shame on President Barack Obama, who is running a campaign ad that argues Mit Romney would not have made the same decision to launch the raid?
Gretchen Carlson: It's ridiculous! ANYONE would have launched that raid!
Steve Doocy: Absolutely! I mean, name ONE person who wouldn't have launched that raid!
Brian Kilmeade: I can name one person who wouldnít have launched that raid: Barack Obama!
Steve Doocy: No... Brian...
Gretchen Carlson: No, that doesnít work this time.
Brian Kilmeade: But it always works!
Steve Doocy: Not this time -- he already did it. Yeah, no... yep, yep!
Gretchen Carlson: Uh, also -- I'm just gonna say something...
Steve Doocy: Uh-oh! Look out! Here she goes!
Gretchen Carlson: How do we know bin Laden is really dead?
Brian Kilmeade: Whoa, there it is!
Gretchen Carlson: I'm serious! Okay? So they say they have pictures. Okay? Well, you can do a lot with Photoshop!
Steve Doocy: Hmm...
Gretchen Carlson: Okay? You can make it look like glaciers are melting.
Steve Doocy: Oh, wow!
Gretchen Carlson: Okay? I once saw a picture of a mountain with four presidentsí faces on it. OKay? That's not real!
Steve Doocy: I saw that! Thatís not real! That's not real!
Brian Kilmeade: And, sometimes, people who you think are dead, aren't dead. I mean, I thought Tupac Shakur was dead, and then I saw he did a concert, why, just last week.
Steve Doocy: No... no... that was a hologram, Brian.
Brian Kilmeade: Uh, but if Tupac was a hologram, the bullet would have gone right through him.
Gretchen Carlson: Hmm... Well, I, for one, hope that Hologram Tupac doesn't turn to a life of crime.
Brian Kilmeade: Yeah. Sure.
Gretchen Carlson: Because he would be impossible to catch. Alright? [ demonstrating ] I got him! Oh, no -- he's gone!"
Steve Doocy: THat's a good point. That's a really good point.
Brian Kilmeade: I don't know, maybe call the Ghostbusters?
Steve Doocy: Yeah. Alright, moving on... the White House Correspondents Dinner was last week, and there was the President telling jokes again!
Gretchen Carlson: Yeah, he's always telling jokes!
Steve Doocy: I mean, I guess the President thinks what's happening to this country is funny?
Brian Kilmeade: Yeah! Iíve got a joke for him: What is black and white and lies?
Steve Doocy: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, no!
Brian Kilmeade: What?! What'd I do? What? What's the problem?
Steve Doocy: Brian, do NOT say Barack Obama!
Brian Kilmeade: Oh, I was going to say a panda on Weight Watchers. I mean, black and white and lies: "This bamboo is only six points." [ he laughs ]
Gretchen Carlson: Well, why were you going to say that?
Brian Kilmeade: I mean, we were just talking about jokes, it popped into my head.. itís just so funny!
Steve Doocy: Hmm. Well, one person who's not laughing this week is Rupert Murdoch, who's under investigation by British authorities for hacking phones.
Gretchen Carlson: Yeah, so he taped some phone calls. So what?!
Brian Kilmeade: If people didn't tape phone calls, we never would have had the Jerky Boys!
Steve Doocy: Great point! Great point! Joining us now, live via satellite in London -- Rupert Murdoch! Good morning, Rupert!
Rupert Murdoch: [ smiling like a weasel ] Hello, my children!
Brian Kilmeade: Now... you're in London, correct?
Rupert Murdoch: Correct!
Brian Kilmeade: Now... is it true it's five hours later there?
Rupert Murdoch: Yes!
Brian Kilmeade: So... you could watch the Yankee game, and then tell us who won before anyone else here knew?
Rupert Murdoch: What?
Steve Doocy: Oh, Brian... please.
Brian Kilmeade: I don't understand. I bet that's how he made his fortune, betting on sports!
Steve Doocy: No, no... Alright, now we should disclose that Rupert Murdoch owns Fox News.
Gretchen Carlson: Yeah, and I'd like to disclose that I think Rupert Murdoch is great!
Rupert Murdoch: Thank you.
Steve Doocy: Yeah, and you know, so do I. Why does disclosing have to be so negative?
Gretchen Carlson: Yeah! Right!
Brian Kilmeade: And I should disclose that I don't quite know what "disclose" means.
Rupert Murdoch: What in the hell is going ON over there?!
Gretchen Carlson: Guys, we're being rude to our guest. Now, Rupert -- what is this parliamentary committee so mad about?
Rupert Murdoch: Oh, they accused me of having a lack of ETHICS!
Steve Doocy: Ooooookay! Here we go again! Affirmative action rears its ugly head again!
Gretchen Carlson: You should only hire an ethnic if you want to hire an ethnic!
Steve Doocy: Absolutely! Absolutely!
Rupert Murdoch: Not "lack of ethnics"! "Lack of ETHICS"! Youíre the dumbest people Iíve ever met, and Iím from Australia!
Steve Doocy: Oh! Australia, huh? "G'day, mate!" [ he laughs ]
Gretchen Carlson: "Top of the morning!" [ she laughs ]
Brian Kilmeade: "Hakuna matata!" [ he laugh and tips an invisible hat ]
Steve Doocy: So what's next for Rupert Murdoch?
Rupert Murdoch: I've made some mistakes, but I'm not gonna let this stop me! I'm gonna continue on with my great Socialist experiment of seeing how misinformed a person can be while hosting a morning news program! [ he laughs ]
Steve Doocy: Oh!
Gretchen Carlson: Well, good luck with that!
Steve Doocy: Yeah, keep us updated!
Brian Kilmeade: [ laughing nervously ] "A panda at Weight Watchers!" [ he laughs ] "Oh, bamboo is only six points -- I swear!"
Gretchen Carlson: We'll take a quick break, but first -- our fact checkers have looked over the first two hours of the show, and we have a few corrections!
"There are currently no bills before the House that would require women to have a transvaginal ultrasound before buying sunglasses.
The Taliban is not producing cereal called "Honey Bunches of Goats."
Kirk Cameron is not the voice of Siri.
Miss America is not third in the order of succession for the Presidency, nor is Miss Teen USA fourth.
Airplanes do not fly by flapping their wings.
Patricia Heaton did not win a Nobel Prize for her work on "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Hail consists of frozen water; it is not "made of sins."
President Barack Obama does not plan to take the "forwarding" option away from email.
Disney World is not planning to add Rush Limbaugh to their Hall of Presidents.
Nowhere in the Bible does it mention Garth Brooks or Chris Gaines.
Turtles do not have "tiny TVs and sofa beds" inside their shells.
Pete Rose did not receive a lifetime ban from the Hallmark Hall of Fame.
"National Treasure" is a not a documentary even though it feels very real.
Wisconsin is an American state and not "just a bit."
Mormons breathe air.
Horses do not have "teeth so sharp you wouldn't believe it."
Children raised by same-sex couples are not statistically more likely to let the American flag touch the ground.
"Psych" is a popular detective show on the USA Network, not a super-secret NASA Mind Experiment.
It takes more than five to six months of medical school to become a surgeon.
Sour Patch Kids are a snack food and therefore physically incapable of pulling a knife on someone.
Congress has not declared a "War on Jean Shorts."
It is unlikely that Fareed Zakaria is Willem Defoe in character.
Babies tend to like hugs.
It is not illegal to discard a Christmas tree.
John Wilkes Booth was not wearing a hooded sweatshirt when he shot President Lincoln, nor were the Lincolns attending a staging of "The Vagina Monologues."
There is no federal program called "Cash for Bees."
You do not need a spaceship to get to China.
The Watergate is a hotel in Washington D.C., not a portal to an undersea kingdom.
Yellow and blue make green, not "blellow."
The new World Trade Center does not transform into a karate robot.
Seeing-eye dogs are neither able to nor allowed to drive.
It is likely that immigrants do not feed on the blood of our cattle at night while we are all sleeping.
Baseball is a land sport.
It is widely accepted that ears are used for hearing." ]
Gretchen Carlson: We'll be right back, but first...
All: "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!!!"