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upon what i was meant to do. i love it and i think it's important. >> tucker: good evening and welcome to a special final exam addition of "tucker carlson tonight" peered over the past couple of months, jesse watters distinguished himself as a final exam legend. we are not overstaying that. he beat student lee, emily campana, kennedy, benjamin hall, dr. marc siegel, even lisa bluder. tonight we open with a look at some of jesse watters best moments. watch. >> first question is multiple-choice. read for all options before answering. this is a tricky one. the president just met with the president and poland at the white house. the two signed a new defense agreement. what is the name of poland's leader?
is it a, novak, b, to trust, or c, duda? >> it is see, duda. >> as in zebedee. if that's your guess, we will see if it's right. is it due to? >> credits complain president duda has been backsliding on democracy. president trump said he has no concerns about the strength of democracy in poland but the leaders did part ways on due to forcing more than two doesn't supreme court justices into early retirement. >> perfect. it president trump was embroiled in a fake controversy during his visit with japanese prime minister shinzo abe a couple of years back. the media taxed trump for dumping a whole box of food into what kind of animal enclosure? >> that would be a quick koi
pond, tucker. a koi pond. >> a koi pond? don't be coy with me, jessie. was it a koi pond? >> tossing spoonfuls of fish food before emptying the entire box. >> how do you know -- coat just before we get into it, how do you know all of this? >> i knew that because cnn deceptively edited that video and that was one of those fake news items that we like to talk about. >> tucker: good memory. it was a parade in new york city this week for the u.s. women's soccer team. it was interrupted by the presidential candidate who's tried to steal the spotlight for himself. he even let the crown in an awkward chant. at which presidential candidate did this at the parade? >> it's got to be mayor bill de blasio. >> i always forget he's a presidential candidate. was it bill de blasio, the nation's worst man?
i want to hear a deafening roar because they have what they stand for. let me hear you say. usa, equal pay. usa, equal pay. usa, equal pay! >> nancy pelosi, speaker of the house, gave mitch mcconnell a new nickname. it sounds unflattering but apparently mcconnell loves it so much he put it on t-shirts. what is the new nickname? >> jesse. >> i think it's the grim reaper. >> the grim reaper. is that the grim reaper? that would be hilarious. >> pelosi has a new nickname for senate majority leader. mitch mcconnell, the grim reaper? >> he's got it right. for the first time in my memory, i agree with nancy pelosi. the grim reaper create a [laughs]
>> amazing. over 20 democrats running for democrat and they're fighting always to get people's attention. which candidate just released a political ad in which he changed a baby's diaper? >> eric swalwell. >> that's too embarrassing even for eric swalwell. i don't believe you, jesse watters. let's see if it's true. >> eric swalwell is also struggling to make the debate stage so now he is bringing in his infant to help. >> that's not actually good. by the way, it's not true that just because you can change a diaper you can run the government peered i would have been now. in our match against thailand this week, the american women's soccer team won the most lopsided games and a history of the world cup. what was the final score?
jesse watters. >> 130. >> 13-0. was it really 13-0? >> tonight, u.s. women's soccer team good on defense. after that historic world cup win against thailand, 13-0. facing blowback, not just for the record number of goals scored but for celebrating every last one. >> very impressive. both your answer in the victory. 13-0. of course we are being criticized for running up the scores are good for them. its first meeting with political leader kim jong un. he traveled to singapore with a very unusual item, an item he refused to be without her was it a -- wasn't b, a multiple-choice. toilet? we said it was multiple-choice. or was it c, a pet peacock? >> i don't really have to answer
this because he buzzed early but i will. we are going to go with a portable toilet. >> i think it was the pet peacock but the tape will reveal the truth. what was it? >> north korea's leader kim jong un brought his own toilet to singapore for his summit with president trump. to prevent intelligence agencies from using the sewer to get information on his health. >> we are just going to go ahead and guess bad then. >> disgusting. this is multiple-choice, by the way. a town in israel with a population of just ten people is getting a new name. it's named after the american president. what is the town's new name. is it a, trump town, b, trump heights, or c, donald's cove? jesse.
>> it is b, trump heights. >> i strenuously object. >> i kind of like that. are you ready? is it trump heights? >> israel's prime minister has named the settlement after it president trump. benjamin netanyahu eggnog merited the summit on sunday regretting that area trump heights. they hope the new name may spur a new wave of residence there. they are currently just ten. >> nice. this is a multiple-choice. keep in mind, i multiple-choice. there's a new social media challenge a lot of people are apparently doing online. it has people attempting to unscrew a bottle cap with their foot while doing a martial arts roundhouse kick. both of you have done this but what is the name of the challenge? is it a, the bottle cap challenge, b, the water bottle flip challenge, or c, the high kick water cap challenge? >> the answer is a, the bottle cap challenge.
>> you sound very certain of that. i have no idea if you are right. are you? let's go to the tape. >> there is a new social media challenge is all the rage onli online. smitty has tried it and the entire family has as well. yes he has. the bottle cap challenge. that's pretty good. let's take some skill. >> it's not like it's all the way off the bottle. >> wow. >> jesse watters, ladies and gentlemen, for yet another win. have you done it? >> i did but i didn't successfully kick it off. i tried. >> this is a multiple-choice so you have to wait until all the options have been listed. here it is. apple, the company, just unveiled the latest computer, the mac pro. it was immediately mocked online because it looks very much like a certain kitchen appliance. what does it look like? it a, a toaster, b, microwave, or c, a cheese grater?
>> she bus early! >> i did not! >> our judges are saying susan writing in early so it's going to jesse watters. >> cheese grater for the win. >> is it a cheese grater for the wind? >> what do you think that is? that is the new mac pro and a lot of people say it looks like a cheese grater. >> we were wondering. jesse watters -- susan, you are being penalized for being so fast which is in most contacts the winning quality but a little too fast for us. congratulations. jesse watters, a win for you. very impressive. we are going to send you the coveted erik wemple mug. there it is right there. by the way, we have gotten so many requests from viewers who want an erik wemple mug that it is now for sale but you can get your own made in america.
go to tucker carlso tuckercarlsd get your own erik wemple mug. it's delicious. great to see you both pay congratulations. >> tucker: it was an impressive string of victories but it wasn't quite on par with the legendary shannon bream, though close. later tonight, we will show you who put an end to his winning streak but up next, a very special edition of final exam ae married couple against one another in a quiz about food crd diabolical. ♪ ♪
>> tucker: welcome back to our final exam special. congressman sean duffy and his wife, fox news contributor, rachel duffy, one of washington's most recognizable couples. we decided to bring them on for the special food themed edition of final exam and hope they are able to survive what happens next. >> is there any way to win this? >> tucker: there is literally no chance no chance breadwinning doesn't actually get you a victory. that's another show entirely. according to the rules laid up in the national game show commission, all of today's questions must be either about food or animals. the first question is this, multiple-choice. president trump says he doesn't care what lawmakers call the border wall and offered a food related suggestion beard which name did he suggest? was it a, quarter pounder with
cheese, b, pancakes, c, peaches? i think it goes by a definition to your husband. i'm sorry. the judges have weighed in on this. >> i'm going to go with c, peaches. >> is it peaches? >> whatever you want to call it, it's okay with me predicate name it whatever they can name it. it peaches. i don't care what they name it. we need money. peaches. >> peaches. you both knew that. >> i did and i thought the question was -- >> tucker: you knew it too well. okay. we can do at this time did i know it. costco, the store, says it has sold out of 27 food that has the shelf life of two years paired what type of food was it? >> it was macaroni and cheese. >> tucker: i think you have to hold it down.
was it macaroni and cheese? >> everybody loves macaroni and cheese but now you can get 27 pounds of it. it apparently has a shelf life of two years. >> tucker: you obviously need to invest in that because that's really pretty good. i'm getting that for myself. [laughs] remember, your official position on trapping is that's crazy. question three. another multiple-choice. a world record was set this week for the most liked instagram photo ever. this picture doesn't feature a famous person or exotic places or the nearly 50 million likes. it's a plain and boring photograph of what? a, a banana, b, lemon, c, and egg? congressmen. >> i'm going to go with c, and
egg. didn't she tweet the egg out? >> i have no idea. i'm not a member of congress. is it c? >> an account with that very name posted this single photo, a picture of an egg. the egg currently has 26 million likes accounting -- >> tucker: either you live in this country or you are still living under a rock. >> they are getting a bonus on this one. >> tucker: poultry lobbyist behind it. >> that's probably true. >> tucker: question four. one last multiple-choice. it's not for me to keep score. the viewers are watching. chaos hit flagstaff, arizona, on monday when a tanker truck looked over spilling 3500 gallons of which a liquid all over the highway? was it a, chocolate, b, coffee, c, dear?
rachel. >> beer. c. >> tucker: was it c, dear? >> 3500 gallons, that's how much liquid chocolate spilled on the interstate. a chocolate river, they described it. >> i figured why would chocolate be on a truck? >> tucker: you doubled down so i admire that. all right. final question. the crimson tigers invited to the white house for a candlelit feast to celebrate the recent victory over alabama. what tip of food to the president serve the team? >> i was there this morning. mcdonald's. the food came i was there this morning. >> tucker: was at mcdonald' mcdonald's? >> we have pizzas, we have threaded hamburgers, many french fries, all of our favorite foods. i want to see what is here when
we leave. i don't think there's going to be much. >> it wasn't exclusively mcdonald's but mcdonald's was represented. you're right. you still win because mcdonald's, wendy's, and what was the last one? burger king. so it was an ecumenical. >> i just know carlos owns the mcdonald's they gave the food to the white house. >> tucker: so impressive. it's a shared victory. it really is a victory for your family. we are profoundly on the show. our erik wemple commemorative mug is awarded to you, rachel. congratulations to you both. >> i went and watched the episode that you had with him on it. it's great. >> tucker: when i am feeling sad i pull out that file.
the national game show commission has demanded a roundup of our best animal related final exam questions and of course we had to oblige. that's next as our special continues. - [narrator] meet the ninja foodi air fry oven. make family-sized meals fast, and because it's a ninja foodi, it can do things no other oven can, like flip away. the ninja foodi air fry oven, the oven that crisps and flips away.
president trump is on his way back to the u.s. after a quick unannounced thanksgiving trip to afghanistan. it was the president's first trip to the country. air force one touching down at the airbase in the dark. mr. trump met with the troops engaging in conversation with them over a traditional thanksgiving dinner. the president also meeting with the afghan president there. the president disclosing that the u.s. and the taliban have been engaged in ongoing peace talk. he said he thinks the taliban wants to make a deal. the president had broken off the talks with the taliban back in september, canceling a secret meeting with them at camp david after a bombing in kabul that killed 12 people including an american soldier. i'm aishah hasnie. now back to tucker carlson tonight. >> tucker: welcome back to our final exam special. mark steyn, you know if you watch the show, probably our favorite guess you're on the
program. also an excellent guest host and a brilliant writer but how did he perform one part of the test final exam? he did it against pete hegseth and how to answer questions from record-setting jeopardy contestants to exotic birds blocking runways. here's what happened. >> tucker: question one is a multiple-choice. you have to wait until the buzzer. it scientist moved beyond creating useful robots and now are building machines that you completely useless things. a robot on the other japan has been trying to do something related to sports. is it a, headache half-court shot, b, pricing, or c, throw a curveball? mark steyn. >> ice skate. >> tucker: is it i skate? has the robot been trying ice skate?
>> that is the old james name smith. >> tucker: the traditional japanese sport. question two. another multiple-choice. this week on the other is liberty quiz chose, jeopardy, contestant set a number for the most money won on a single episode. how much did he win? pete hegseth. we are going to give it to you. >> and being dainty here. i'm going to go with c, $110,000. >> tucker: is pete hegseth correct? >> congratulations are in order to a jeopardy contestant winning a record amount of money on yesterday's show. watch. one day record. at 110 million. >> he wins another $400,000 and he could drive his kids into the
unc. >> tucker: all right. you've been watching game shows. okay. yet another multiple-choice question. this is about a plane and spaced i cannot take off in the rain. also something look like. passengers were stuck on the tarmac because a bird was starting down the runway. what type of bird was it? was it a, a pigeon, b, a crane, or c, flamingo? mark steyn. >> i've got to go with a crane in spain. >> was it a crane in spain that held out the plane? >> took its sweet time strutting down the carmack and the airport try to steer it off in one point it did fly away but then it flew back and the flamingo finally left. >> tucker: flamingo. this goes to my theory there is
an inverse relation between that and human performance. >> i should've gone with flamingo. >> tucker: it was worth losing. okay. this is our daily double. it's a two-point question for our judges. some fans of bernie sanders are angry at him this week because he confessed to something they considered controversial. what did he confess to? >> being a millionaire. >> tucker: being a millionaire. is that right? >> senator bernie sanders says he is a millionaire. the senator has it announced for year. >> i wrote two books on this. one of them was a best seller in "the new york times" and was translated to five or six languages. >> tucker: did he put his pinky to his mouth when he said billionaire?
>> what languages did bernie's book it translated into? one language. green mark. estonian. >> tucker: . a final question. also multiple-choice. astronomers have captured the first ever image of a black hole and some say it looks like a doughnut and others say it looks like a dragon side. how far away is this from earth? is it a, 2 million light years away. it, b, 50 million light years away, or c, 150 million light years away? >> i'm going to go with 2 million light years away. >> tucker: 2 million. twice as far as bernie is rich. >> at the famous donis hole of all time for the first image of a black hole. >> i never believed this black hole was as big as people said it until saw that. it is over 50 million light aw away.
speak of the black hole of my career after this performance. >> tucker: you didn't only lose mark steyn, you lost spectacular tom mack spectacularly and congratulations to you for doing so, so memorably. pete hegseth. he won. erik wemple mug from jeff bezos website in the mail had may you treasure it with bourbon. >> he's good earlier than lisa boothe. >> tucker: it's going to be weeks before i can digest this segment or thank you both gentlemen. we interrupt this program a special request by the national game show, and demand, they would like a selection of our best animal themed questions on final exam here we would never think of defying a national game show commission so we are going to go ahead and give them to you. we want you to know that our
animal questions are pretty great read here are our best ones. by order of the national game show commission located in billings, montana, we must begin this quiz with an animal question. it is this. the most expensive bird ever sold at auction was purchased this week for an amazing $1.4 million but what kind of bird was it? >> it's armando, the pigeon. >> you know his name? >> yes, armando. >> one person knows that in this country and it is lauren. >> did you know pigeons were actually like -- but a very expensive? >> european racing pigeon was only sold for a world record $1.4 million. before this story, i wouldn't have believed you if you set the world record price for a pigeon was $6. >> i'm kicking myself because i did scroll past that story. >> tucker: instantly i have the answers on my card and
armando is an even on there so we are just going to assume. amazing beer to central pennsylvania men is getting attention things to his strange attachment to an animal pair that emotional support animal, 60 pounds, 5 feet long, and is called wally. what kind of animal did this? >> it's an emotional support alligator. yes. >> tucker: that's my reaction, lord jones. is it an alligator? >> wally is my emotional support alligator. i do take him to lowes and home depot and he is always welcome there. >> tucker: i loved how he support tom mack stated that. it's my support animal for my home use. they spotted an actual russian spy in their waters. this time, and animal with a recording device attached to his body paid what kind of animal is
it? >> a whale. i'm telling you, it's a whale. >> tucker: is it some kind of whale? >> fisherman discovering a beluga whale wearing a russian-made harness. on it were written the words, equipment st. petersburg, fueling all kinds of speculation about spying. news today reporting the russian military trained sea mammals. >> tucker: so you are saying the whales are not spying for the russians? >> i'm sorry, did you say he wanted to concede now? >> tucker: for an animal in ireland singing like a human. what kind of animal was it? a, a goat, b, chicken, c, a donkey? >> see, a donkey. >> tucker: this is one of those questions you either know it or you don't. does he know it? >> finally we have a musical donkey. >> how did you know that?
>> i saw it. >> tucker: frontier airlines, the airline of the west, kicked off an orlando woman from one of its flights this week after she boarded the plane with a prohibited animal where this is multiple-choice but what kind of animal was it? was it a, python -- >> no! >> tucker: kristin loses a point in a goes to brett. in this case we need a tiebreaker. >> this is horribly unfair. >> tucker: i'm sorry these are the rules. your nokia quote tom mack electoral college. did she refuse to fly without a, python, a squirrel, oris c, raccoon? >> a squirrel.
it >> a woman was kicked off a flight after bringing in an emotional support squirrel on the plane. >> tucker: i said, it's multiple-choice. you got so excited. the craziest video of this week shows an angry animal chasing a group of snowboarders down a mountain in colorado. what kind of animal was it? was it a, on those, b, a mountain lion, c, a blackberry? congressman? >> it would be a moose, tucker. >> tucker: i would've guessed a mountain lion. is it a moose? >> a moose is on the loose and charges at spears and snowboarders. this wild video showing the giant animal chasing the group in aspen, colorado. they say it followed them for half a mile.
>> police in houston, texas, received an unusual call this week from a man they thought was hallucinating. he called to tell them he had entered an event and home to smoke marijuana and found what kind of wild jungle cat inside the house? >> it was a caged tiger. >> tucker: come on now. was it a tiger? >> two houston men stuck into an abandoned house to smoke some reefer and they wound up seeing a tiger inside. luckily for them they got out of there before the tiger and they caught a hindsight high from their hidden blog and caught the munchies. >> tucker: here in new york city, researchers are about to begin work on a new senses. this time they are not counting people, however. they are focusing on a small furry creature in central park. what kind of animal is it?
>> you've got to read the scri script. because she's reading the teleprompter! >> tucker: you're not allowed to read the teleprompter. i don't think you're qualified. going back to what i said earlier, when you are trying to anchor, it tends to fall apart. let me check with the judges really quick. the judges say the hosts of the program has allowed to add lid on his own scripts. i think. what is the answer? >> it is squirrels. >> tucker: you know it but you answered it. is it squirrels? do you go to new york city about to conduct its first official squirrel census next week. volunteers are needed. >> tucker: this is literally the most contentious show we've ever had. so what happens when two of the
topics included the demise of gumby cat and the great white shark headed straight for new york city. here's what happened next. question one. this is multiple-choice. grumpy cat, who is exactly as it sounds like, frowny face feeling, had her own lifetime movie and died at the age of seven. at one point, she was reputed to be worth $100 million. that's what they said. what was grumpy cat's real name? was a letter a, gizmo, b, tartar sauce, c, cabbage patch? >> i have no idea. >> me neither. >> tucker: you know, it's never happened before but we are going to just -- i'm just listening for the judge's instructions. we are going to give you one hand and of the first want to buy zen. here's a hint. it's like a condiment.
kennedy? >> tartar sauce. >> tucker: you're not going to go gizmo? okay. tartar sauce. >> tartar sauce, known globally as grumpy cat, passed away this week peacefully in the arms of her mommy. at one time, it was estimated the famous feline was worth $100 billion. >> tucker: according to the judges, we can't let a question go unanswered. these are the rules. i don't know. i don't make the rules. i carry them out. question two. according to a no pole in the quinnipiac, joe biden is the most likely democrat in the presidential field. the most disliked candidate has an unfavorable rating of 45%. who is that? kennedy? >> bill de blasio.
>> tucker: you're just saying that because you live in new york. is it bill de blasio? >> mayor bill de blasio is finally ahead in one category. he is the winner in the most disliked candidate running for president according to the quinnipiac poll, 45% just like bill de blasio. >> tucker: i get that. i get that joke. we play that video the other night. too good. all right. question three. question three is our daily double so it's a two-point question and also multiple-choice. here we go. interviewed this week, democratic candidate kamala harris that her ideal running mate in 2020 would be which historical figure? was it a, mahatma gandhi, b, susan b. anthony, or c, caches clay, a.k.a., muhammad ali?
>> i don't know. >> tucker: kennedy? >> you know, i might be throwing all this way because this would be my ideal, i would say caches clay. >> tucker: is it muhammad ali? >> if you could have anyone living or dead is your perfect running mate, who would it be? >> muhammad ali. >> tucker: sting like a bee. all right. that's impressive and is not too late. it's not too late, janice dean. the universally loved janice dean. being stuck in an l.a. traffic jam with nothing to do are over. there is not fast food chain i will send out motorcycle courier through the gridlock and bring newberger's right to your card. which is it?
janice dean? >> burger king. >> tucker: not in and out of burger king. as a burger king? because it is a real thing and yes, burger king wants to solve this problem paired once you place your order, you get updates and then through a motorcycle courier, your burger, whatever else you want to order from burger king, that will be delivered to you. what are you that hungry and traffic that you need to eat inside your car? >> on the 405, 4:00 on a friday, yes. >> tucker: 's last question. i'm sharing this now for my judges and as you know, this is the way the game works, they make up rules as we go along with no rhyme or reason. they are like the federal government that way and they are telling me this final question is a three-pointer. also multiple-choice. here we go. some people in the northeast are very excited because a 10-foot
great white shark is heading their way. he was seen last week in connecticut. it could be heading toward martha's vineyard where the shark has been given a name. what is the name? is a a, lydia, b, charles, is a c, kevin? kennedy? >> we are going to need a bigger boat. it's c, kevin. >> tucker: [laughs] i wonder if our audience gets that reference. very good. is it c, cavett? >> great white shark named cavett has been detected in waters near the long island town where the great weight is named after the florida john cabot. >> tucker: i could think white cheddar but not great white shark. kennedy, seven points.
that's the highest point total in history of final exam. this does not diminish in any way your goodness as a person or a profound and undying love for you so thank you very much. >> if janice would have won this whole thing i would've celebrated her greatness. >> tucker: cabot? that was good. we have an erik wemple monk for you. it's on the way. office mail. we will send it. of course you can come back. we showed you how the jesse watters effort at least he destroyed countless final exam challengers but someone was finally able to beat him. one of the storm's final exams of all time. who was it? we will show you as our special continues next.
>> tucker: welcome back to our final exam special. as you just saw earlier this hour, what jesse watters unstoppable for much of the ye year. we need a real hurricane as a contender, if you catch our drift, someone who can blow waters away. finally, we found him. here it is. >> this week's first contestant is the chief meteorologist here at fox, our friend, rick. the question is, how much does
he know about things that are not the weather? we are about to find out as he takes on to sandy and champion, he is the cohost of the five, the cohost of waters word, graduate of hartford, connecticut, jesse watters, everyone. everyone has been wiped out by waters and rick white is turning the tide. >> nice analogies. i love that. are you ready, rick? >> hopefully. >> your very laid-back good we will see. >> tucker: i know you know the rules. i'm going to repeat them for the sake of our viewers. the first one to buzz gets to answer the question. you must wait critically until i finish asking it before you answer. every correct answer is worth a single point. each incorrect answer subtracts a point from your total. best-of-five wins. are you prepared?
all right. here we go. question one. which democratic presidential candidate says he's willing to take on the president of the united states in a push-up contest? jesse? >> that would be former vice president joe biden. >> tucker: is jesse watters correct? is it joe biden? >> joe biden's here in iowa saying that he might tell the president to drop and give him ten if the president of her questions joe biden's mental or physical capabilities. speak i was waiting for him paired i was like come on, donald. come on man. how many push-ups do you want to do here? it's doing another words, joe biden is trying to prove he's not senile by a challenging tromp to a push-up contest. i'm not weighing in on that but jesse watters come he got the answer. question two. this one is multiple-choice so wait until all questions have
been asked until answering. this bizarre app takes a photo of you and ages you buy 50 years. what is the name of the app? is it a, face app, b come along on the tooth app, or c, no spring chicken app? rick? >> face app. >> tucker: face app. you didn't fall for it. is it face app? >> the internet sensation called face app taking over social media in just the last 24 hours. celebs like dwyane wade and lebron james, the jonas brothers and kevin hart, all hosting their face app picks. they preview what do you might look like in 50 years per the recent popularity now making at the top trending app in the itunes app store. >> nobody gained weight. >> tucker: a merciful app.
congratulations good 1-1. moving into number three. another multiple-choice. an event online is calling for people to storm area 51, the military base in nevada, sometimes called -- because they can find proof of alien life. the air force which runs that base is telling people not to come. how many people have signed up for the raid? is it a, over 20,000 people, b, over 50,000 people, c, over 1 million people? rick? >> over 1 million people. >> tucker: you really think over 1 million people? that's a lot. let's find out. is it 1 million? stupid air force is warning people again storm in the top secret military beats. this after more than 1 million people pledged to quote, see them aliens. >> i'm nervous. >> tucker: wow. this is amazing. this has not happened.
moving in -- a lot of us thought jesse watters was unbeatable but now moving to question four. two-point question. here it is. which tech billionaire believes he's discovered a way to download the human brain by inserting a microchip inside your school? rick? >> elon musk. >> tucker: is at elon musk? love the name. >> he wants to upload the brain to a computer. >> he said why not implant chimps into your brain so it helps you cognitively function better and to battle the artificial intelligence that's coming your way? >> no thank you. >> tucker: yeah, that's not creepy or anything. not at all. elon musk sounds like he's in touch. okay. this is crazy. okay. final question, also two points. jesse watters. okay. all right. you ready? the game show commission would
like us to end on an animal related multiple-choice and so we are. here it is. people in chicago were mesmerized when alligator was singing hanging out in the city park there. authorities spent the better part of a week trying to catch the predicate or on the part brett howell became so popular he received his own nickname. was his nickname letter, allie the alligator, b, chance the snapper, or c, rock the crock? rick? >> chance the snapper? >> tucker: was a chance the snapper? >> we are back now with a search for an alligator on the loose in a chicago park. the gator is so popular 80s and has a nickname, chance the snapper. he is not taking any chances bringing in an expert from florida to help find and catch the cold-blooded crock. >> we've been trying to catch them all week. this is ridiculous.
>> tucker: amazing. i can't believe it. it jesse watters, you have been -- i never thought you were going to be dethroned but it just happened. congratulations. unbelievable. i'm impressed. okay so we are fresh out of our traditional erik wemple monks so we have a show polo shirt for you, rick write me if and i am happy to have that sent to you. you can get it on our website or at tuckercarlson.com if you wanted at home. rick write, congratulations. great to see you both. that's all for tonight's special final exam edition of tucker carlson today pay attention to the news every weekend turning thursday to catch new editions of final exam and see them outperform our news pros here at fox news and for a night every night doesn't show that it is this one enemy of
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