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On 'Good Day New York,' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox) Ivanka said the sentence was too harsh. "Fourteen years seems pretty excessive ... that is one stiff penalty. We'll see what happens, but I am definitely thinking of his family at this point," she told Greg Kelly.
Rosanna Scotto stepped in and changed the subject to 'Two and a Half Men.' Greer talked about playing Bridget, Walden Schmidt's ex-wife, who he's still pining for. Kelly seemed to find an on-screen romance between Greer and Ashton Kutcher hard to believe. "Ashton Kutcher is?" he asked incredulously.
Regis recalled his personal crusade to get the British-born game-show on the air in the America. "When I saw that show ... I said this is dynamite, this is great, people walking in from the street and walking out millionaires, if they can only answer 15 questions. It wasn't even on the ABC short-list, they were calling everyone else in town. But I kept pursuing it, pursuing it, and then finally it came my way ... and then it caught on, bigger than I thought it was gonna be."
In 'I Hate My Teenage Daughter,' he plays a Spanish teacher who asks Jaime Pressly's single-mom character Annie out on a date. Greg Kelly was interested in the possible sexual tension on set, and asked, "When you kiss somebody who's not related to you, it's hard to not start feeling something, right?" Consuelos laughed and used his Ripa as an example of how professional on-screen kissing works, saying "She kissed Regis a lot on that show. I can guarantee you she was feeling nothing." Somewhere, the Reeg shed a lonely tear.
Today, Francis appeared on 'Good Day New York' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox) to discuss what's next for her career -- and far from shedding the mascara-streaked tears we've come to expect from the singer, Francis seemed poised and confident.
"I had some people approach me last night immediately after the show," she admitted, when asked about her next move. "I'm hoping America will still support me even though I'm not on the show."
On 'Good Day New York,' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox) Lynch said she's not holding a grudge against former Oscars producer Bret Ranter for his controversial comments that started it all. "I don't think he meant to say that gay people are bad," she said.
Kris Jenner demonstrated this principle earlier in the week, and now Dr. and Lisa Oz are saying the same thing, after Bill Hader parodied the TV doctor in a sketch that showed him demonstrating the science of pooping in your pants.
"He could not have been happier. It was like, you know what, I've had a #1 daytime show, but the day he was on 'SNL' that meant he was successful," Lisa told 'Good Day New York' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox).
They even tried to goad her by talking about Teresa Giudice, with whom she had a pretty big falling out during this past season. Manzo admitted the two have a "non-existent" relationship right now, but refused to gossip about Giudice, or her husband in any way.
Caputo went on 'Good Day NY,' (weekdays, 7AM ET on Fox) where she explained her psychic history, and miraculously determined that host Greg Kelly recently got a creepy note from a guy named Frank.
Well, not really. But she felt the presence of a spirit named Frank, and Kelly offered that he received a strange note from a man of the same name a few days earlier. Maybe Frank died shortly after he penned this mysterious missive? Or maybe the Long Island Medium was just having an off-day...
"We have great guest stars this season. [Jaleel White] and I worked together on 'Fresh Prince' and haven't worked together since ... so that was so much fun," she said of White's guest-spot.
Shatner's comments on his feud with Takei probably won't make a reconciliation any more likely. "I don't know whats the matter with him ... he just won't make up. I think secretly he was in love with me, the fact that I kissed him on the lips gently on occasion seemed to inspired him," Shatner said. In his new book 'Shatner Rules,' he writes that he believes Takei couldn't handle not being the one in the 'Star Trek' spotlight.
"She's sort of a controversial one too, because she has ambitions that are still very unique for the time. She's a painter and she's exploring her own sexuality ... with women and with men," Palladino said, much to the intrigue of host Greg Kelly. "Why haven't I been told about this before?" he asked incredulously.
The phrase "single-issue campaigns, the decline of civil discourse and smear campaigns against presidential candidates" sounds like something you might hear on cable news these days, but that's how Ken Burns set the scene for his newest documentary 'Prohibition.'
Burns stopped by 'Good Day New York' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox) to preview the three-part documentary, which chronicles the rise and fall of the 18th Amendment.
The documentary filmmaker described American pre-prohibition drinking habits as an around-the-clock boozefest. "People had booze at breakfast ... the President of the United States John Adams would take a ladle-ful of hard cider," he said. In response, the Temperance Movement was born, which relied on the "insane idea that if you got rid of drink ... everything would be alright."
Apparently the guy wasn't totally nude, but still, there were bits and pieces flying everywhere. "He had some very loose things that were flailing all over the place," Paula said. "People were leaving the building."
Paula didn't know why the man wasn't arrested for indecent exposure. We're not sure why he wasn't pulled off the stage sooner. Then again, if he was, what would we be talking about today?
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