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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is a special guy edition of "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. and a bunch of guys. live from studio 1a in and a bunch of guys. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. captions paid for by nbc-universal television is that you, hoda? >> that wasn't me. >> what are you reading? are we really on nbc news? >> they couldn't even see your magazine. >> it's winesday wednesday. it's july 11th. i can't believe jenny mccarthy is naked in this thing again. >> did you see her? what are you learning about? >> i think she still looks darn good at 40. >> and what else are you learning from your "playboy"
magazine? >> well, other people read the stories, but i haven't got my glasses on. apparently there are good stories, too. >> but what else? you told me you learned something. >> what? what did i learn? what's the face? >> everyone downstairs is -- >> oh, i can't believe that everybody is, like, clean as a whistle. when did that happen? >> it started. people started doing that downstairs. >> that's disgusting. >> anyway, this is our special guy edition. this is going to be a fun show. you know why? >> why? >> because we get to drink beer like guys do. by the way, can we just show our cute mugs? >> we get to spit and scratch and spew -- >> look, this is coors light. >> yeah, we're just hanging out in our man cave. [ belching ] >> we're going to talk about dating. that's not us. we're not that gross. >> we're going to talk about the battle of the sexes. >> this is cool. there are a lot of guys looking for work.
they're all shlubby and they -- >> they're looking for chicks like us. >> yeah. anyway, they're getting a makeover. so we're going to have a complete makeover. >> we love our guys tell-all panel, ryan serhant, chuck nice, rick younger, and -- remember this guy? from "the bachelor," bob guiney. >> he got married. >> but it didn't work out. >> that's a shame. welcome, bob. we're so glad. >> we're glad to be here. half of them don't, bob. >> one out of two, bob. my first one didn't, hoda's first -- we're all in this together, all right? >> are you comfy? by the way, i get why guys sit in these easy chairs and eat funyuns. >> i don't understand how you get in them. i don't understand how you get out. these things are unbelievable. they're also ugly as sin. but i like it. >> cozy. you got your frank gifford shirt on? >> i wouldn't show up in anything else. we only have about a hundred of these hanging around at home. we had a big reaction yesterday from our question.
who -- i guess everybody in the world except for myself has read the "fifty shades of grey" trilogy. >> right. >> so we asked all of you out there who you think of when you're reading this. >> you picked yesterday, in case people didn't see it, kevin costner. >> who should play it in the movie. >> you picked kevin costner in "no way out." >> that one. not as the hatfields and mccoys. >> and you also picked the one and only -- >> frank gifford, when he was 27. which is how old christian grey is supposed to be. >> he looks hot. i picked from "wall street" gordon gekko. sexy. in charge. >> a lot of people thought ryan gossling. >> right. >> he's an awfully good actor,
too. he's cute on the eyes. great actor. a lot of people because of "magic mike" thought of channing tatum. >> no, no. matt boemer first. he's adorable. absolutely hot. and channing tatum, he's the sweetest guy. he was here last week for "magic mike." he's from alabama. southern boys, they have been raised with manners. i didn't mind being called ma'am. coming out of him it was cute. >> have you ever had a funyun? seriously, get involved. funyuns are so good. >> christian bale, a lot of you also thought. which is kind of surprising to me because he's not anywhere near 27. >> bite into it. tell me how bad your breath is right now. >> oh, my gosh! >> they are awesome. you have to sit alone and tear through a bag of these. funyuns. they remind me of college. >> bunions. they fit right on it. it's unbelievable. boy, do i need a pedicure. >> so here's the question. if your friend's husband hit on
you, what would you do? what would you do? would you tell your friend? would you not tell? how would you address it? well, frisky.com -- there's a dot-com for everything -- they talked about ways to handle the situation. >> first of all, don't blame yourself. you can't help it that you're gorgeous and hot. >> and your cleavage is out. >> and your friend isn't, apparently. p. >> that's what they say, no one is perfect, you've got to remember that. also they say, this is i guess one of the solutions. should you never be alone with your friend's spouse? i would probably choose -- >> after that? no. >> would you tell your friend or not? >> it did happen to me one time. >> it did? >> yeah. it's just such a creepy feeling. it just really, really is. they weren't close friends, but it was a friend's husband. >> so what did you do? >> i just acted like i didn't hear him and moved to the other room. >> the question is -- they also say, too, i would stay away from the person and i would -- but i don't think i would say anything. because --
>> the guys have some things about that. >> what do you have to say? >> i just want to say, if my friend's husband hit on me, i would tell him i am very flattered, but it's not that kind of party. >> yes. >> well, the thing is, it's a slippery slope because if you say something to her, she may take his side and now you're, you know -- >> you're a femme fatale, you brought it on. >> or maybe you misread it. >> but you need to stay away from him. as a guy, come on, there's a lot of women in the world. don't do it. >> do not tell her that her husband hit on you. you will be the enemy from that point on. >> right. >> she'll think you brought it on. what did you do? or you misread it. he didn't hit on you. what were you thinking? >> exactly. it's a no-win. >> his response will be, honey, she's a whore. >> i personally love it when -- i'm okay with that. >> i did nothing. >> i'm a divorced guy. >> what does the divorced bachelor think? >> well, thank you so much for
that wonderful introduction, kathie. i say -- i say run. that's all you got to do. run away and then lie about it. >> run away and lie. >> and send the wives and the mothers to me. >> that's why my relationships work so well. >> that was fascinating. not. >> they're all still talking. are you all still talking? >> that's my favorite line of all time. all right. so if you guys are wondering where the manliest city in the united states is -- >> it isn't here. sorry, guys. it ain't new york. >> the way they narrowed it down is the places with most gyms and steakhouses and home depots and stuff like that. >> that is so sexist. >> they also found the ones with the least number of manicure and pedicure places and hair salons. here are the top five manliest cities in the united states. >> number five is birmingham, alabama. number four is nashville, tennessee. >> oh, yeah, i love me some
nashville. number three is memphis, which is a lot like nashville. number two is columbia, south carolina. >> are you noticing a southern trend? >> yes. >> and number one, the manliest city in the country is oklahoma city, oklahoma. wow. okay. there you go. anything? >> my wife is from there. >> thank you for that. >> did you just call your wife manly? >> no! >> you just called your wife manly. >> i did not. i said my wife is from there. i was about to say, she knows manly men. that's why she chose me. >> why did she leave the manliest city in america to come to new jersey and marry you? >> because she got the manliest man but in the most cultured city. >> you cleaned that up good. >> saved it. >> that was nice. >> all right. >> this next story is going to upset a lot of people, we think. in germany, this mayor decided that women are not good parkers and they can't park their cars well. so this mayor decided that the
trickiest spots he was giving just to men. there's actually a symbol, a male symbol. >> male-only parking lots. >> look at him smiling and pointing. >> i say taze him and then vote him out. >> he says it's too complicated for women to learn to park in those spots. just for men. >> too many angles and too close to the cement pillars and garages. >> they say the spaces for women are wider, well lit and closer to the exit. >> stop laughing. what is wrong with them? >> we're just so pathetic. >> what is wrong with that? >> you guys think that's funny? >> we did research on the topic. >> you know, the whole women can't drive thing comes from -- you know where that came from? >> where? >> science. >> all right. i just want you to make sure when y'all get mad, make sure you get the right black guy. that one. >> it's all scientific.
a lot of research. >> and what does the science say, professor? >> it says that i am a dummy. because i can't believe i just said that. >> we can't believe it either. >> this guy has to go home tonight. >> they have these cars now that will do it for you. >> you just push a button and it parallel parks for you. >> have you ever had, not that i have -- i see people have such a hard time that you start to panic. you sweat like crazy. and you pretend like something is wrong with the car. you just get out of there as fast as -- >> i do have trouble parallel parking. i will admit. i'm not great at it. what? i'm not very good at it. i'm not. can you parallel park well? >> i learned -- the problem is people don't pull up to the spot. >> up close enough. >> there's a spot. you got to pull up on your own car. >> i don't like to get that close to the other car. i'm afraid my rear view is going to hit it. >> my gosh, hoda, if you can't do that how can you host a magnificent television show like this every day?
>> i can't get my chair down. try to get your chair down. >> the trouble is we have rear ends. that's why we women cannot get out of the chairs. are you sunk in there? >> i couldn't breathe. i was getting swallowed. okay, so your good buddy cheyenne -- >> oh, i love cheyenne jackson. >> tell us what he's doing. >> he let us know that he started writing songs, and so you know him from tv's "30 rock" and a terrific star of broadway. today he's releasing a brand-new single which he wrote. i love this song, it's titled "before you," sounds a little michael will buble-ish and jason mraz. the entire video is available today. i just want you to see a little bit of his video. ♪ there has to be a way for me to find a sunny day ♪ ♪ and now you make me want to sing ♪ ♪ i was lost in my head trying to forget ♪
♪ before you i never really had a chance ♪ >> isn't that great? >> cute. >> he said that we could show it only if we promise to let him come back and sing it in the studio for us live. >> maybe he should play christian grey. >> ooh, cheyenne wouldn't be so bad at christian grey. we're so happy for him. you know, most talented people you meet also do something else very, very well. so he's a doll. we're very, very happy. >> how's your coors light? you're not into it? >> i have to have maryland crabs to go with this or it's just not the same. got any of those back there? all righty. let's face it, everybody. men and women are different. will we ever truly understand each other? >> and our all-guy panel is going to chime in on everything. as you've already heard. first, these messages.
war that's been going on since the beginning of time. so why are men and women so different? >> and will we ever understand each other? helen fisher is terrific. she's a biological anthropologist and the author of "why him? why her?" >> so nice to have you here. maybe you can make sense out of all this for us. is there really a definitive answer? >> sure. there's all kinds of answers. first of all, i think we should begin to bust some of the myths we know about men. you know, we've spent 50 years busting myths about women. i think we need to bust myths about men. one of them is that i think men are more romantic than women are. they fall in love faster than women do. because they're so visual. >> you say they're visual. is that falling in love? or is it falling in lust? >> it's falling in love. because we put them in a brain scanner and study the brain circuits, and it is falling in love. >> really? how long does that last? >> overnight. >> men are 2 1/2 more times likely to kill themselves when a
relationship is over. not only when they fall in love, they also want to do more kissing in public. it's called mate guarding. they want to show everybody this is theirs. they want to move in sooner. >> do they? >> they want to introduce the person to their relatives, and they have more intimate conversations with their wives and lovers than they do with their -- >> women have more intimate conversations with their girlfriends. we don't share as much. >> that's surprising stuff. >> let's look at some photos. this depicts what you're talking about. first pictures of two women talks face to face. i guess this is how women discuss. they look at each other in the eye. they're close. >> we do it face-to-face. we anchor and engage. and we talk. and it comes from millions of years of holding a baby in front of your face, cajoling it, reprimanding it, educating with words. >> let's look at two men. this is how two men discuss things. okay. maybe not. there they are. >> as soon as the guy on the left looks up, the guy on the
right will look away. >> i think it comes from millions of years from sitting in the bush of africa on the grass trying to hit the buffalo in the head with a rock. can't be talking to your neighbor while you do it. >> look at the third picture. >> it's funny when you're talking to a man. sometimes when they're walking they reveal more because they're not looking at you. >> ah! >> if you want a really good conversation with a man, do it while he's driving a car. he can't go. you're side by side. you're not looking at him. >> i love it. our third picture is a man and a woman. let's check this one out. >> that's the point. >> she's all wrapped up in him, and he's totally not. >> wouldn't you say she's more romantic? >> no, no, no. she's trying to reach him, and he's feeling invaded because he's trying to reach her. he's talking as if she's sitting next to him. they're looking forward together, and that's the way men can talk to you. >> tell us about us because we took a quiz that was going to tell us about our personalities. and we don't know the answers at all. >> it's a questionnaire that i did. 10 million people have taken it in 40 countries.
i'm measuring the traits linked with four brain systems. so i said, maybe kathie lee and hoda will take them. >> what did you learn about us? >> you're very high estrogen and very low testosterone. >> not anymore. it's because i'm post menopausal. >> but the brain is built in the womb. it's building more connections between the front and the back, between the two sides, giving you -- giving you both your verbal skills. >> but it asks about empathy, about mechanical skills and directions. >> you have a tremendous amount of empathy or you wouldn't be able to do your job. and that's estrogen related. i'm not surprised you can't park your car. both of you were very low on the testosterone scale. >> then why do i have so much facial hair? >> you're a girl, face it. >> thank you so much. >> thanks for coming to see utz. we're going to find out if
♪ the boys are back in town it's time for the answers to your burning questions about your man. first up is ryan serhant from the show "million dollar listing", and ladies, he's never been married. >> true. >> just so you know. >> i don't think so. >> there's got to be a reason. next is our resident stand-up comic chuck nice star of trutv's "world's dumbest." he's been married for 14 years and has four children. >> our next guy is actor and weight watchers blogger rick younger. >> what? every week something new! >> married with a toddler son. >> and last but not least is former "bachelor" star bob
guiney. now the host of hgtv's show house showdown. bob has been married but is sadly no longer. but he's with us today. his fortunes may change. we're going to turn the beat around, baby. >> he's never been married, ladies. and he's been married a lot. >> let's go to sarah for the first question. >> hi, guys. i'm with alison from rhode island. she has a dating question. >> hello, gentlemen. i would like to know why, when you ask me out on a date, i have to plan said date. >> i'm working. >> she may be working, too. >> because you know what, here's the thing, that is me being very considerate of you i'm going to do what you want me to do as opposed to what i want to do, which is probably not go anywhere and spend money on you. right? also, guys do not like to be wrong. we took enough of a chance to ask you out. we took the chance you were going to say no. we're, like, let's not mess this up anymore. >> i will say this too.
i will eat anything, clearly, anywhere. and women tend to have a more particular diet. maybe they only like a particular type of food. >> let's go back to sarah. one more here. >> you better jump in here soon. >> next up i have ginette from florida. >> hi, gentlemen. i would like to know why do guys walk like a mile in front of you instead of right beside you? >> where are you at? dubai? >> that guy might be trying to get away. and he's got a good lead on you. you better pick up the pace. >> we have places to go. we're doing things. you want to go here, let's get it done, let's get it done. pf. >> that's true. if you notice, honestly, we do the same thing with our children. if you ever see women walk with their kids. they're like come on, come on. guys are like, where is your kid? i don't care. >> also because i'm texting my other girlfriend at the time. >> oh! >> never married, baby. >> those kind of jokes don't go over well. >> i'm sorry. i'm sorry. >> good for you to know. >> maybe it's not a joke. >> all right, we are going to
♪ walk like a man talk like a man ♪ and we're back on this winesday wednesday with this special edition of "today." you can't do a guy show without getting the tell-all panel, ryan serhant, chuck nice, rick younger and bob guiney. >> let's pick up with our next question. >> okay, sarah. >> hi, guys. i'm here with jenny from florida. she's got a mom question. >> hi, gentlemen. why do men compare the women in their lives to their mothers? >> because she's the first woman we ever meet. >> it's like, even when you're not trying to, there are things about your mother that, you know, i find myself -- there's so much that my wife and my mother have in common. >> but you love your mother. >> i love my mother.
and i love my wife. >> your mother is your first love, i think, as a woman. so you're always comparing, and do you do things like her that are good or things like her that are bad. >> that's why i love myself because i am just like my mother. >> you are so crazy. >> that was just weird. >> katie says, what if a guy asks you out but you're actually interested in his friend. >> and i have a thought on that. chuck and i have been friends for a long time. >> yes. and that's why his wife left him. >> that's right. and she left me for chuck. it works on who the friend is. if it's chuck and i, let's say, chuck asks a girl out and she's more interested in me, then go for it. you should definitely date me. if i ask you out and you're interested in chuck, then don't do that. you stay with me. he's married. >> that's actually happened to me where a girl has come up to me at a bar and she got me drunk, just gave me a lot of drinchs, and then got me to give her my friend's number. that's how she did it.
that's how i figured it out at the end. >> were you brokenhearted? >> sort of. >> did you feel used and abused? >> no. because i found somebody else. >> and you got free drinks. >> she got you drinks all night? >> don't go for the guy that you don't want. especially if he's going to be hanging around with the guy you like all the time. >> let's go back across to sarah. >> hi guys, elena from texas has a question about vacations. >> okay, so we're on vacation. girls are on vacation, wives are on vacation, and we left you in charge. why do you feel the need to micromanage or have us micromanage, texting and calling and asking us to schedule, when we're on vacation? it's your job. >> let them go on vacation. >> i didn't understand a word of that. >> i didn't get that. >> what is happening is they're on vacation and the husbands are calling back to find out how to do stuff. is that what's happening? >> you understood this? >> like where's the ballet bag and when does she go and --
>> i'm actually glad when my wife goes and leaves me with my son. now we're going to do things my way. hey, now is your chance to do things your way and leave me alone. >> it should make you feel good. he likes being told what to do. he listens to you. even on vacation you got to tell him, make sure you text whoever she needs you to text. >> why aren't they vacationing as a family? >> that was my first thing. >> no, no. >> all right. all right. i'm concerned about the breakdown of the american home. >> here's a question from blair. should i ever approach a guy, or should i wait for him to approach me? >> approach. >> approach for sure. >> approach. >> let's go back to sarah. >> you all say that. wow. >> i'm here with kathleen from oregon with a question about fashion. >> i'm wondering where most men get their fashion sense from. >> or lack of? >> i think that comes from your father more than -- you know. >> i do not dress like my dad. >> i don't like my father
because my father eventually became a cowboy. he used to wear all black, look like a black johnny cash and everything. >> that's another story. >> but he was stylish for what he liked. so it's kind of like i got an appreciation of trying -- >> you got the black vest thing happening. >> i'm urban cowboy. i'm taking it to the next level. >> i think you get it from your friends. you are kind of what your associations are. so if your friends -- >> i have always enjoyed dressing up in men's, women's, it's all kinds of clothing for me. i don't care, as long as it looks good. >> you don't judge. >> i don't judge. >> he loves capes and cloaks. >> i think you get it from women the women in your life, too. >> that's a big thing. i'll tell you when i really first started trying to be fashionable, i had a girlfriend who said, you need to be more fashionable. and that did it. >> all right. >> thanks so much. you're going to stay with us the rest of the show. >> of course you are. things are going to get pretty messy coming up because sarah is going to tell us how guys live. >> and prepare yourself.
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and we're back with more dirt on the other sex. >> we sent our very own sarah out on a mission to get guys to come clean on how they like to live. >> we did encounter some neat men. but let's just say that if your guy's mess and clutter is driving you nuts, you are not alone. >> would you mind telling me please what all these clothes are doing here in the living room? >> oh, that's where i took them off. would you put them away for me, dear? >> from "i love lucy" to "the breakup" -- >> i want you to want to do the dishes. >> why would i want to do the dishes? >> men are often portrayed as messy. how do guys stack up in real life? >> when he comes home from work, he takes his shoes off and leaves his socks and everything there. >> he's a neat freak. >> the laundry basket is right there, the dirty clothes just kind of stays right next to it. >> the bathroom. guys just leave everything
everywhere. >> leaves the toilet seat up. >> hello! samantha, who owns a public relations firm in new york city invited us into her home to give us the dirt on her husband andre. we start with the kitchen. >> i don't understand why we have to recycle paper towels. we wash our hands. we take a paper towel and leave them on the counter because apparently we're going to use them again at some point. he loves to pour coffee and only drinks this much of. makes me crazy. five glasses of coffee, each one just a little higher than the last. >> and he leaves glasses out. >> all over. >> and the the list of complaints continues. >> he's not good at towel hanging. when we remove water from the refrigerator, we don't know how to put it back. >> andre was laying this way. i can tell this by the positioning of the pillow. empty paper roll. >> then it's time to explore uncharted territories. andre's man cave.
>> i've only been down once. i'm too afraid. >> we'll call medical care if you pass out. but we need to see. we predicted this. >> oh, sorry. oh, oh my gosh. >> we have one, two, three, cups of coffee. >> apparently one is not enough. >> what else did we predict? a possible food item. >> here we go. >> ew! clothing, coffee, and food item. >> yep. >> his side of the story? >> i suffer from pst. which is post-samantha distress. it's almost like living in a museum. it's a byproduct of living in the house. a little bit of mess. >> for the record, just so you know, samantha and andre have been happily married for seven years despite his messiness. >> i like him. >> he's darling. you know what? you learn to just expect it and see it as part of them.
drive every woman crazy, especially when you live with them and you love them. and we're not just talking socks on the floor. >> interior designer and the host of hgtv's house hunters on vacation, tanya is here with solutions for happily cohabitating. and she's brought along messy husband andre. >> andre is back. >> he's taking one for the team today. >> wiyes. a sweetheart. >> these are all things that are correctable, you say, right? >> i think so. i think it's all about compromise. some women like to go over the top with their fancy froufrou pillows and things like that. what i'm here to do is help people like andre and samantha figure out what we can do, particularly here in the bedroom. >> let's talk about dirty clothes on the floor. that was one of the big things, andre keeps leaving things whenever he wants. >> are you aware you're doing that when you do it? >> no. totally unconscious. >> they don't have that part of the brain that's aware. >> so how do we unring that bell? >> what we have to do is not the nagging. nagging does not work. >> obviously does not work. >> we have to figure out ways sort of where things are landing and just make it easier for
them. for example -- i know. why do we have to make it easier for them? but we do. >> let's do it. >> here is a perfect example. keep baskets in a place where he's typically dropping his towels, let's see if he can just get them in there. >> what looks nicer in your home than baskets everywhere? >> oh, look, andre can play a game. >> this is for the guy that's still a kid at heart. if you want to make it a little easier. >> i'll get it, andre. no problem. >> let's see if she can get it in. >> all right! >> you turn it into a game. to throw the dirty socks. >> that may not be the most appealing thing. >> not unless you love basketball things hanging in your home. >> well, this would be plan "b." take a hutch. this one i got from wayfair.com. it was under $200. you can get it at a thrift shop. a hand-me-down. cut a hole right out of the top, and let that become your hamper. >> that i like. that's smart. so now you don't really have anything showing. it looks like a bookshelf. and the clothes are tucked away.
would you do that? >> definitely. he really like that one. >> bob was leaving coffee all over the place. he also has a thing with water bottles. if we want to fix up that issue, what's a way to do that? >> what's the thing with all the coffees? >> it's easier to just bring another one down. >> than to bring one up. >> right. >> it's easier when you got to bring them all up at one time. make one trip. >> but you never do, andre. >> i do once in a while. >> so what about the water, sweetie? >> i have a method to the madness. instead of too many water bottles, get a carafe. fill it up with water but keep it on a tray. this is one of those trays you can use in your bathroom. and your glass. that way, when all is said and done, you load up the tray and take everything together, right? >> all right. >> great idea. but i wouldn't bank on it. >> yeah. you don't think it's going to happen. >> i like the idea. >> you like the idea? >> yeah, i do. much better. >> this is going to make it easier. >> same with the coffee cup over there? >> same with the coffee cup. exactly. >> that's not working. >> not at all. >> we only have like a minute
left. but you say this carpeting is great because it doesn't show stains or anything. >> yeah. iri like kempf tur. can -- i like texture. do you like the way it looks? >> no! i love it. >> i have a suggestion for hooks. if he can hang hooks to hang shirts on. because we don't feel like folding. we don't want to look for hangers. look at him, he's smiling. i need the chair to put the clothes on. >> so hooks would be a compromise. >> design a chair with a hole in it and let that be the hamper. >> sorry, we've got to go. >> you know what's coming up, this is great. we're doing man makeovers, a little frimping.
and we're back with our special show dedicated to all men everywhere. it's time to turn the spotlight on three special guys who deserved a little primping and pampering. >> that's right. we searched high and low to find some lucky gents to be made over by eve michael. >> she's so funny, by the way. so what is your philosophy behind these makeovers? >> my philosophy is that every person in this country deserves to know how to look their best.
we've kind of fallen asleep at the wheel. so i really want make over america by teaching everyone my method on how to look good. and i wrote about it in my book, my step-by-step -- >> of course you did. what else would you do? >> "dress code". >> look at you fancy. >> our first guy is george. now george has been married for 2 1/2 years. but he feels he let himself go a bit. he asked for your help to make him look great for his wife. and this is his before picture. >> he looks good. >> he does. but let's see what eve did to him. come on out, george! >> oh, i'm sorry. >> dude! dude! >> catcalls! >> the guys are yelling "you are sexy." >> tell us. >> as i work internationally, i really want americans to compete on a global level and i want us to see ourselves as more. so george came to me. he said, eve, i look like a pasty janitor. and he's in the maintenance
business. i said, but i see you as so much more than that. yeah. >> kind of christian greyish. >> so i dressed him up so he could look great for his wife who is on a meditation retreat. >> what do you think, george? do you like? >> i do. i bought all the stuff. >> you bought it? >> yeah. >> you look amazing, right? >> oh, yeah, baby! >> you know what the best part is? his wife's been on a medication retreat and she's been silent. he's going to have her screaming now. . >> next up we have tim. tim recently lost his job as a financial analyst and is looking to jump back into the job market. his idea of business attire is golf clothing. so this is his before picture. let's see what eve did. come on out! ♪ it's raining men >> oh my! >> whoo-hoo! >> yeah! >> james bond. >> all right.
>> whoa, whoa. you're making my heart throb. i wanted him to get up there with the fortune 300 and 500 companies, as he deserves. he's a brainiac. he was making himself too humble. so i wanted him to walk in for those interviews, everybody to see the fabulous -- >> he already has a job. >> oh, yeah. >> that suit is so nice. do you feel different? >> i feel fantastic. >> really, with the haircut and the outfit? >> oh, yeah. >> no more helmet hair? don draper, move over, tim is here. >> i would do you in a second! >> careful. his wife is here. >> a big round of applause for tim. >> tim, thank you, honey. >> oh, my gosh! we're falling apart. >> t-bone! >> finally, we have matt. he is a building contractor. but he dresses like he still works in construction. >> exactly. >> which he now no longer does. >> is that tie-dye? >> he wants to amp up his look. i also think it's the angle of
the camera. and the stripes. >> we hope. . >> this is matt's before picture. all right, matt. ♪ let's hear it for the boy >> whoo! oh, yeah! >> that is a monument improvement! >> thank you. i clean up well. >> look at the hair! >> tell us what you did. >> i'll tell you something. first of all, we lightened his hair. got the sun-kissed look. and we put him in a great relaxed casual so he can go meet his multimillion-dollar clients with and they can relate to him. we also put him in spanx. >> oh! really? >> all of the guys, come on out. come on out. >> i want to say something. women are not the only ones who have figure issues. >> that's true. guys have tummies and thighs, too. th