and donald west and bill o'reilly will join us. see you then from our brand new studio. go to gretawire. good night going to blow you away. we've got it covered. fancy graphics. >> excuse me, bob, we have a show, we're live. >> oh, we are? >> hello, everyone. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." if you listened to president obama and his allies, you might think they're angry about the government shutdown. >> take a vote and end the shutdown right now. >> republicans put legislation t t floor that was intended to shut down government. for then, that's a victory. because they're anti-government
ideologues. >> we have a simple message for speaker boehner. let the house stop these irresponsible games. >> pay our bills. prevent an economic shutdown. just vote and end the shutdown and you should do it today so we can get back to growing this economy, creating jobs and strengthening our middle class. >> some democrats are happy about it because they're benefiting politically. listen to republican congressman devin nunez. >> the democrats are giddy about this behind closed doors. they think this is going to give pelosi back the gavel. they're very confident. i assume they're just looking at polling information. they want to continue down this. they want to keep the government shut down as long as they can. they're encouraging our folks to do it. >> but this is even worse. in a stunning admission from the obama administration, one senior official told "the wall street journal," quote, we are winning. it doesn't really matter to us how long the shutdown lasts because what matters is the end
result. busted. bob beckle, what do you have to say for yourselves and your party? >> first of all, let me just say that the source of the democrats being in favor of this is some right wing republican. that's how we lead our story here? >> what are you talking about? "wall street journal." >> "wall street journal" from a white house -- >> i'm talking about that guy, nunez, whatever his name is. >> devin nunez was the setup -- >> i see, leaks -- >> quote from the obama -- >> you should have better producers. >> here's the point. >> excuse me, you just interrupted my point. >> it's because you were completely wrong. >> i would not have started that -- >> do it again. >> now they have one senior official who i'm sure they did. that does not mean all democrats feel that way. there's a lot democrats today who are upset because women, infant and children are not getting their formula today.
national parks are not open. a lot of things are happening. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. in our own green room, you have admitted that democrats want this for political reasons. >> i have not said that. >> yes, you have. >> you say is it good politics. sure, it's good politics. we would get the government back and open right now. >> it's not fair to people watching right now. which women, infants and children aren't getting their formula, bob? >> the wic program is closed. >> it's not closed. there's $100 million of surplus in the wic. >> who's delivering it? >> at some point, it may run out of money and they'll find a way to fund it. >> oh, i see. >> the democrats got caught today. everyone's trying to figure out why president obama's been so cocky. he's very arrogant. he's very in your face. yes this is the republicans. you know why? because he feels this is on the republicans. guess what, it may have been,
but the longer it lasts, president obama's legacy is at risk here. if he goes, if this goes into the debt ceiling, which i think it will. and there's some sort of, you know, maneuvering going back and forth, this is going to turn into a democratic nightmare. >> you're saying some right-wing republican and a "wall street journal" report -- >> president obama cannot work -- >> no, "the wall street journal," high ranking, white house official -- unless you think "the wall street journal" made it up. >> i don't think they made it up. >> one administration source. one high ranking administration official. >> that speaks for -- >> let's go to david. he thinks they gave way too much in 2011 and the only way this which be resolved is when the republicans relent. that is pretty much the strategy we're seeing. >> earlier in the week bob woodward said exactly what eric said, the longer this goes on, this is going to fall directly on the president's shoulders. i do think the first couple of
days they were winning the debate. this is slowly backfiring. the more information that comes out shows republicans have passed bills to fund all of these programs bob claims aren't being fun ded. there's a credibility issue as well. >> i don't think obama's too worried the republicans are going to overtake him and they're going to out smelling like roses at the end of this. i do think that this open mic moment that they tend to have -- >> i can't help it. bill o'reilly -- she was baiting you again. >> i keep trying to talk to him. he can't hear me, can he? >> what i'm trying to say is they always get caught saying what they really believe on background quotes in major papers. remember when the national security adviser, senior administration official, described president obama's foreign policy as leading from behind? they try to backtrack and say, no, we didn't mean that. when they do background
interviews. it was during the syria piece. that was the other one. that's the third one i was looking for. i was like rick perry all day. i had two and i knew there was a third. i also think there is a way this could get solved a little more quickly. there was a question today, whether or not republicans and democrats agree that federal employees should get back pay whenever this all gets settled. i think i would -- if i were a republican, i would introduce an amendment that says i believe all federal employees should get back pay except for political appointees and also anyone that has a senior executive service. that's all the top level people. this would get solved more quickly. >> john boehner was pretty fired up today. he said this is not a game and had some pretty harsh words for president obama. >> i was at the white house the other night listening to the president explain to me why he wasn't going to negotiate. sat there and listened to the majority leader in the united states senate. describe to me that he's not
going to talk until we surrender. this morning, "the wall street journal" says, we, we don't care how long this lasts because we're winning. this isn't some damn game. >> it's not some damn game. bob if you care about all of these programs, women and children, why wouldn't you pass these republican bills that have come out of the house so these programs are funded? >> 17 times. 17 times the government has closed down because they didn't do a continuing resolution. never once, never once, did they try to hold it hostage to a major piece of legislation. the fact that the republicans -- >> you do this all the time. you say something that is completely false -- >> and you interrupt me all the time. what do you mean 17? why did they shut down, bob? >> i assume they had a disagreement. >> about what? >> i don't know. >> of course you don't know. it's always over something. >> yes, but they didn't put --
attach something to the continuing resolution that was a major piece of law and try to change it. never once. that's what i said. if you can come up with one, then come up with one. >> they had a political football in the middle and they were fighting over it. what do you think it was about? >> they didn't like each other -- >> -- negotiated a deal. -- these right-wing -- >> can we talk about a deal real quick? here's the deal. regardless of how we got here. i saw you on monday, eric. i was in the camp on monday. this is a bad strategy. they didn't think it out. i don't think rand paul was even going along with it. having said all that, i think president obama's overplayed his hand. i want to hear tactically the chess move that came across that was available today. that is, that john boehner has let moderates know he will not
default on our debt. essentially saying, the next fight, i'm not going to have it. who benefits from him not fighting on something we thought he should have been fighting on all along? is he going to look like the bigger man? is it beginning to reverse on democrats? >> it was the bet thing he said all along. he's right. >> for the country or for republicans? >> well, no, for both i think. what he said, he's going to allow the moderates to join the democrats to let the debt ceiling rise. what's going to happen, same thing that happens all the time, reasonable republicans, combined with democrats and override these right wing nuts. >> okay. >> i got to get -- can i get dana in here? >> i could be completely wrong. medicare part b may have been attached somehow to one of these fights. also funding the iraq war. democrats both times to some of these funding fights. and i want to -- after dana, i definitely want to talk -- >> go ahead. >> so ted cruz is in the middle of this, dana, and he's in the
middle of the republican party. there was a closed door meeting yesterday, some members of congress, according to "the new york times," had some harsh words. but cruz is insisting he's not backing down. he blamed this entire thing on harry reid. >> we are in a shutdown because president obama and the majority leader of this body want a shutdown. because they believe it is in the partisan interest of their party to have a shutdown. >> how does a guy like this -- >> you think that most people believe that? >> i think most people are just sick of the whole thing. if they don't think this is in particular about any one person. it's not about president obama. not about ted cruz. they look at this. i'm just trying to put myself in america's shoes. and saying, my goodness what we want is for washington to run more like a business. you don't see any business where this actually happens. they knew this was coming for a
long time. i think obama is quite vulnerable. if you look at the gallup poll out today. an approval rating of 41%. it will be difficult once you get down into those lower 40s. it's harder to pull up out of that. this fight is certainly not going to help. >> don't you find it amazing the guy responsible for this thing not getting through would sit there and actually have the guts to say -- >> but it's true. >> hold on. >> -- the guts to say what he promised to the people who elected him -- >> is that what he said, campaigned on that? >> no, he was selected, as were rand paul and mike lee -- to stand up to government. to stand up to liberals and establishment bigger government republicans who run amok in d.c. by the way, bob, the democrats, a, are wonni inwinning it. and who says a moderate republican? why would we want more moderate
republicans? it's not working. >> because you might actually get something done. >> and the republicans may never win another presidency. >> why don't you ask all the people who voted for those tea party people. >> i do think you were right about the premise. that most people out there i think blame, one, both parties. i think this is starting to backfire on the democrats. there was one lesson that cape out of this. when the world war ii me more, where all the things that were supposed to happen, people learned one important lesson. that is, my life is okay without the government. the left were assuming people would say, without the government, my life would come to an end. and it hasn't happened. >> i agree. i will say this. there's peep like the secret service. we know all these people. they haven't gotten paid. so they're furloughed. like, they're guarding high ranking officials and they're basically getting an iou check. think that's a problem. number two is what i think is -- my point is, yours is well taken. 800,000 people in a country this
size, not much of a difference in the big picture. here's the big story. when you have two sides going at it like this, they started here on monday. the only thing changing was the number of proposal ans republicans offered. the president got more direct. he's back out on the campaign trail. he thinks he's fighting mitt romn romney. after a while, it's like, wait, we're on two different planets here. the other one's saying i think i'm winning because i'm going to stay away from him. >> can you offer me one scintilla of evidence that you just said? >> how about the fox news poll -- >> well, if you let me answer, hang on a second. we got a poll. new fox news poll shows 80%, 88%, of respondents said ways happening in the country today, the respondents say, government is in charge of the people. so, bob, big government. >> what the heck does that have to do with the closing of the government? >> because if you look at the polls you were hoping republicans would be blamed for
this thing. they're not across the board. >> why don't you look at the poll that asks the question specifically? >> show me one. >> there are an overwhelming number of polls. >> if i'm not mistaken, this number's -- >> that's right, they blame both. >> 46% believe it's the republicans. 46% believe it's the democrats. >> show me a poll that overwhelmingly blames republicans for all of this. i'm not talking about a couple of points -- >> "the washington post" poll over the weekend, right up until monday, it was a good nine points. >> monday, that's a whole different world. monday was right before the shutdown. friday, after four the shutdown, i think there could have been a shift. >> we'll have to see what the polls say on sunday. >> we picked it up with the fox poll. >> i'm looking at the poll today with president obama down to 41%. >> these are apples and oranges. he's down 41% -- >> i think that it's fruit sa d salad.
it's all mixed in. >> which is back to where i started with the wiggles today. they have a song about fruit salad. >> i know it. ♪ fruit salad, yummy yummy >> when you open up the day with four men in un tards, on the way up. >> only four? >> there's a woman. that's interesting. they're super friends. >> we really are versatile here. all right, up next, we know now a lot more about the female driver shot and killed by capitol police yesterday after a high speed chase. new information about the suspect, miriam carey, and what may have caused her to snap. later, it's facebook friday. it's so your chance to ask us anything you'd like. well, not anything. send in your questions now on facebook.com/thefive. we'll be right back.
she has been identified as a dental high j aal hygienist and believed she suffered from postpartum depression. one of the questions about this has been what were the officers supposed to do to determine whether or not she was a bigger threat or had explosives in the car? did they make a good or bad decision? >> a great decision. to go for the congressional building, this is the nerve center of the country. a place that was just hit by planes. they're going for white house. now you have a woman -- i know it's just a car and i know you have plenty of law enforcement there. but you have no choice. this is, to me, i haven't talked to ray kelly yet or bill bratton two heralded police chiefs, but to me it's a lot different than going into our house or your house. you're going for the white house. you have no idea if this is part of a larger plot. you got to take them out.
absolutely. >> what do you think about the police -- the capitol hill police decision to use that force? you think it was appropriate, overhanded, too much or just right? >> well, yesterday we were kind of -- i was kind of speculating. she panicked and took off. but i've read some accounts they had the kill shot right away and they realized there was an 18-month-old in the car and they held back, they waited. now, if i agree with brian and i kind of do, they probably should have taken it the first type. she got away. she went up a distance, ten blocks or so, and they killed her there. but if you're going to attack the white house, you got to bring them down. >> this story was unfolding while we were on air yesterday. we didn't really know the facts. >> we, i don't know if i do know all the facts. i understand some people say the
one was out of the car running and she was shot. now, if that's the case, then it is outrageous. if she was in the car, i think it was legitimate. if she got out of the car, was running away from the police, and she was shot down, without a gun, then think somebody's got some explaining to do it. >> any thoughts on this part, on that story? >> this is really, really sad. i don't think we know all the details. on one hand, like bob said, if she is running and she was out of the car, a lot of peep said be why wouldn't they have captured her? why didn't they shoot the tires? then the other side of me says, trust these police officers. i wasn't there. they're trained to do their job. and, again, if she's getting close to the white house, they're thinking, are more casualties going to do, are more police officers going to die? even though it was a woman, she could have been laced with
explosives. >> so her mother came out today and she said she believed that miriam suffered from post par it up postpartum depression. dr. casey on abc talked about this. >> women will have mood changes after they have a baby. it's typical things you see with depression depression. lack of interest in the world. trouble sleeping. with appetite. with postpartum depression, you'll have trouble sleeping when the baby sleeps. there may be lack of enjoyment of being a new mom. you may have guilt about not being a good mother, anxiety something bad can happen to your baby. >> this is what her mother said. i guess we'll find out more. but there was also reports that she surr suffered from some sor history of mental illness. here we are again talking about mental illness and a tragedy. it was just in the last year, we've had so many of these.
we have just to find some sort of public policy. i'm not blaming democrats or republicans. as a society, what are we going to do? >> great point. if you look at the oregon shooter, the naval shipyard, the other shooter, they had voices. you watch that special on "60 minutes" when they talk about the fact we are dealing with our mentally ill and putting them in jail because it's no longer the right way to do to put them in institutions. so now they're in jail. so we have an inard nat amount of people in jail. because the health care system or whatever else doesn't allow them -- >> what about families? the father of her child, who was unfortunately in the car with her that day, has tried to get custody of the child and has been very concerned about her health and has voiced it. so you're wondering in these situations where the family members are. because i'll tell you, if my family thought i was unstable or thought i was taking medication and some guy -- at what point do
people jump in? >> eric -- >> can i just do this? there could have been people in the cross fire. and no one else got hurt. how much busier if there was no shutdown? i'm being honest. those roads were wide open because there was no shutdown. you ask how long it takes him to get to work. he could run the streets and no one answers. >> no one would notice. >> we have a great block coming up. a stack of your questions from our facebook page which is facebook.com/thefivefnc.
all right. time for our facebook free for all. thanks to everyone who sent questions in. as always, we've got a huge response. we haven't seen these questions. here it goes. for andrea. sherry asks, what do you like to do open your days off? reading, cooking movies, sports? >> sleep and drink martinis. >> really? >> really. >> on a day off, you'll sleep -- >> i like to go to the gym. catch up on errands. wine, a martini, rest. >> what would you like m tow say? climb a mountain. deworm orphans.
>> no, think it's a great -- >> all righty. next one's for brian. steve asks, what's your favorite genre of music? >> rock and roll from the '80s. i like youtube and sting. i never really graduated. i like garage bands. rock your neighborhoods. >> stay in the country? >> definitely. >> bob, you? >> anything from '60 -- actually, i'm beginning to like country. i'm absolutely beginning to like country. easy listening. '80s, rock. >> how come everybody got to answer that question? >> because no one wants to know
what you it on the weekend. >> if you could trade places for a day, one day, with any rock musician in their prime, living or dead, who would it be and why? >> steve perry. call me lee. >> not the day here. >> or just -- >> all right, i would just say, mick jagger. for an why he was very close to david bowie. >> do you get to pick the day? >> if i could be a rock star? >> any musician. >> mm. don't know. carrie underwood. for a day. >> willie nelson. >> nice. >> i would like to be -- >> he usually looks over myshou. wants to know when dana and
peter will be back aboard? that's from lincoln. >> oh, yes, he's from colorado. he's on the crew with his wife and his two kids. you know, condo sits just around the corner. we'll be able to stop by often. no, we won't be able to come by for a while. but we keep in touch. i saw some of the patients that have been come from the up country down to the ship. these doctors and nurses continue to do amazing work. amazing work. they do not waste a dollar. >> excuse me for not knowing where is the ship. >> in congo. >> it just stays there? >> yes, for ten months. >> awesome. for bob, what was your first job? >> he's still looking for it. >> what was your first political job? your first job? >> my first job was a garbage truck in connecticut picking up the garbage early in the morning. usually my own garbage left
other from the night before. and my first political job was a candidate for congress in the second congressional district of connecticut. where we went down to a resounding defeat. >> and that became a theme? >> why didn't you ever run? >> if theyer op ever opened up closet. >> you think you could get elected now? >> i know i could not get elected now because there's not a liberal enough district. >> let's draft bob. >> no, no. anyone else, first job? >> my first job, i was washing dishes. it was at a hotel. it was really prestigious. >> dana? >> a lot of baby-sitting. >> first job? >> hostess, my parent's restaurant. >> i would like to know what each of you have for a hobby. we'll take it around the hobby. >> hmm.
drinking martinis. i don't know. i like to ride my bike at the beach. >> very nice. bob. >> i'm doing my hobby. politics is my hobby. bob, what do you -- >> i was laughing at myself for my hobby. >> what is it? >> never mind. believe it or not, i like to pencil sketch. >> that's not true. >> it is too true. i do. >> do you have -- >> yes, if i have my sketch pad. >> by the end of the show. just start sketching a little -- >> my hobby, running. >> that's a hobby? is that -- exercise and hobby, is that the same thing? >> well, if that's -- >> hobby outside of exercise? you have one? >> outside of exercise? i spend a lot of time with my son. does that count? >> no. >> pretty much -- >> yeah, hobby.
>> i could say i walk my dog but i have to walk my dog. that's not really a hobby. i like to go on the conservative websites. cut and paste articles and send them around to all of you. >> i would say if i had to have a hobby, i kind of stopped doing it. i couldn't wait for something big to happen and i would cut it out. >> i collect shoes. >> you collect shoes? you just remember that? all right. we're going to leave it right there. alex rodriguez isn't going down without a fight. a-rod now suing the mlb for accusing him of doing steroids. who cares if he does steroids? that's next. >> you're going to want to know what i have to say.
witch-hunt. does a-rod have a leg to stand on? he isn't exactly known for telling the truth. >> for the record, have you ever used steroids, human growth hormone or any other performance enhancing substance? >> no. >> have you ever been tempted to use any of those things? >> no. >> i did take a banned substance. and, you know, for that i'm very sorry. and deeply regretful. >> when i see katie couric, i'll apologize. in a statement, the mlb denies the allegations and calls the lawsuit against them a desperate attempt to go around the confidentiality agreement of the league's drug agreement with the players association. let's talk about this. this is the first time, eric, in the history of baseball that a player is suing the game. he's in a union. they're going through the arbitration process. he's stepping out and suing the game. >> right, see how foolish this all is? this is all a joke. >> why? >> what percent -- be honest,
what percentage of players do you think are using -- >> it's less than before. >> give me a number. >> i don't know. >> 20%? >> i don't know. >> the point is, if 20% of the league -- that's just baseball, but are using peds, make them legal. >> but clearly cheating. and that's what -- >> why don't they go after other 500 -- >> that's a great question. out of everybody that was suspended, he goes through the arbitration process. and he decides that's not good enough. because he's about to lose. i'm suing baseball for going after me, andrea. >> you can't just go out of the rules. saying the unions an protecting me. >> on one hand, i'm not comfortable defending a-rod, but he was suspended for 200 games. other players were suspended for 65. what do we know about him? he's accused of purchasing peds, trying to get other players to go to biogen sis. attempting to tamper with the
investigation. that's on one side. then you got selig on the other who presided over this whole era of steroids. turned the other cheek. let barry bonds and all those guys juice up and hit home runs in the home run derby just to get the eyes back on baseball and now he's supposed to clean it up? >> he's done a very good job cleaning it up. jose can sayco deserves a lot of credit. and that brought the union to table. and now that bud selig could actually do his job. bob, i want you to weigh in, he says that a-rod's suing because major league baseball paid for this guy who owns biogen sis to be a witness. >> i hope they did. i mean, it seeps to be biogenesis has been around a lot of this scandal. maybe 5%, 8%. if you have to get this stuff and you can't get it any other way, if you got to buy it, buy
it. >> exactly. dana, what about integrity? even if he ends up winning the lawsuit? we all know he cheated. >> i do think there are just way too many lawyers. >> in the world? >> yes. >> okay. and certainly in sports and entertainment and things go on and on and they come up with cockamamy schemes and i don't know anything about baseball. throw me a lifeline. >> roger clemens, i think he's a great guy but he got nailed. barry bonds, not a great guy. i don't care what the court says. he's not the home run champion. lastly, alex rodriguez is a guy -- you can put o.j. into that thing. might have been found innocent. does anyone think he's innocent? if a-rod had to go outside baseball, he's doing it because he knows he's going to lose inside baseball. >> can the phillies get the world series ring back that the yankees stole from them because he was juicing?
>> no, it's a long way to go back. >> just asking. >> okay, we've come to a halt. bob is sketching. i might as well just go to break. coming up straight ahead, there's a new push to legalize pot in maine. that will get his attention. some people are fuming because ads are going up to encourage people to choose pot over alcohol. is one less harmful than the other? then that debate when "the five" comes back. we're 16 minutes away from getting bob's sketch.
♪ before i knew it she was walking next to me ♪ >> pot versus booze. is one safer to use than the other? a new ad claims marijuana is less harmful than alcohol. the ads are up on buses right now in the city as part of a campaign to legalize the weed. eric, you're a weed user, what to you think? >> what? >> never have, never will. but i'll be perfectly honest, when we first started the show, i was vehemently against it. throw kids in jail. i've really braced the libertarian view on it. don't hate me for flip-flopping on it.
the reality is, number one, this stuff should be decided at the state level. they should be allowed to put whatever ad they want on any bus they want. most they want. most importantly, our jails are filled with low-level minor pot users and sellers and biefrs. i think -- they really need to reform that. that's the first place to start. >> i know this is not your field of expertise. >> baseball and marijuana, not really my block. >> here's what i think is interesting, bob. the focus groups that they must have done for the advertising, one of the people that they have, at least that i printed out is like a middle-aged woman. this is their focus group. this is who they think will turn out to vote and they're saying marijuana is better for you than alcohol. i don't know if that's necessarily -- i don't know if that's true. it might be less caloric. unless you get the munchies or something. >> i won't accuse you of ever doing that. what do you think this is the most dangerous?
>> it depends, if you smoke a lot of weed in one sitting. if you a little weed and drink a lot of jack daniel's, weed is better. i've been in favor of decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana. i'm not loving an ad campaign pushing marijuana. i don't like that. there's a lot of young kids. if you legalize it, legalize it. encouraging people to use it over alcohol to me is a step too far. >> you got a clean cut guy saying i prefer marijuana, it doesn't make me rowdy and reckless. not only going for the middle aged white women, the people under 21. i don't think you need that. i don't think you need alcohol targeted for that as well. most people that do smoke pot, it is just the beginning. and most of the people i watch their ambition being curtailed steadily and they never reach their potential. i'm at the point now -- >> i don't agree with the first point. >> marijuana is getting so much stronger now than it has been
before. much stronger. i've never been to an area where there's been marijuana use at a concert and it's not molly around or speed around. the question is, is it a gateway drug? booze is a question i could tell you. booze killed 44,000 people last year. nobody died from marijuana as far as i know. >> do they keep stats on that? >> the center for disease control, cdc, says smoking directly causes up to 400,000 deaths. >> how many of that is marijuana they think? >> smoking cigarettes is 400,000 people die. >> what are you going to do, you going to make that -- >> i don't think -- i don't think you ought to outlaw alcohol. should marijuana be legalized. if it's as strong as i believe it now is, when i smoked it, it wasn't near as strong. i think it does lead to other people getting higher thrills. >> you can subscribe to the study. >> okay.
16-year-old marie cline decided to break the guinness book of world records. her friend told her she could do it. there she goes. 40 back flips in a row. breaking the record. she's from cuyahoga falls, ohio. i will say, my hobby may be drinking martinis and sleeping now. it used to be gymnastics and dance. i could do a couple of those. but 40, no way. >> that is awesome. >> did she break my record? she did. >> robert? >> i was in our good friend dr. siegel's office, he's on the air here a lot. i was talking to a guy who was sitting across from me. he was from florida. he had been diagnosed with inoperable cancer -- inoperable liver tumors and he was going to die. they gave him six months to live. he was watching fox and came up to see dr. siegel as a second opinion. siegel looked at him, did tests. the guy is alive three years later. he didn't have a liver problem, it was a thyroid problem. this guy was shattered, his
family was shattered. he came to see siegel, found out that it was not the case. >> dr. siegel helped out my family as well. he's the best. >> by the way, why were you seeing him? >> hippa, you don't have to say anything. eric? >> 16 years ago today i married adrienne jill leventhal. that's our wedding picture. we eloped. >> did you have a stash? >> yes, i did. i forgot studs and the pastry chef loaned me his. those are big plastic ones. last night, here's us enjoying. >> the trick, 16 years later, the trick is keep having fun. >> really? >> that's the trick. >> i think you should bring back the little stash. >> don't eat plantain chips while your wife is trying to have quiet time. >> who is she talking to? >> i want to wish happy birthday
to kimberly's son, kimberly guilfoyle. they had the superstar soccer party today. he's the five's biggest fans. he watches all the time. we wish you a very, very happy birthd birthday. all of his friends there. we love that kid. big seven. >> i love the sport he picked. >> i like to bring you video right now. let's go to the golf course where you'll see tiger woods, very familiar face. lindsey vonn an outstanding skier. they're a couple together. out of the pocket of davis love iii comes a pet squirrel found on the second hole. they did well on the second hole so they kept the squirrel. lindsey vonn said my boyfriend is so playful, i'll put him on his back. what's his response? i knew i shouldn't have brought to you the course. later he lightens up, he held the squirrel on his back. wonderful story. >> he doesn't look like he has a sense of humor at all. >> she brought it out there. >> you shouldn't bring your wife to work. >> lindsey vonn getting the squirrel out of davis love's
pocket. >> thanks for watching everybody. everybody. welcome to "red eye." ifis like i dream of genie by gene me you mean a time when a grown man can wear a skirt in public because it hugs his hips better than jeans. until then let's welcome our wel guests. she is so sweet that sugargar sprinkles her on its cereal. seems strange to me, but what m, else is new? i am here with dana perino, theth former white house press or so she claims, and one of my many co-hosts on "the five." and filling in for andy levy is henreick van beckenbower. he cannotem remember anything before 1987 and so we are limiting our stories