Glenn took to radio Monday to report what Caitlyn Jenner said about the new Halloween costume the left was freaking out about. It was the new Caitlyn Jenner Halloween costume.
How did Caitlyn feel about it?
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
STU: I'm curious to know how Caitlyn Jenner feels about the Caitlyn Jenner costume. Because Caitlyn Jenner told us -- or, no, Bruce Jenner told us that he was a conservative.
STU: And so I'm interested to see how Caitlyn Jenner feels about the Caitlyn costume.
PAT: Because everyone was all freaked out over, "Oh, my gosh, you can't mock her this way with a Halloween costume."
GLENN: Okay. Stop for a second. I just want to ask an honest question: Has he had the surgery?
STU: I don't know. I'm not in his pants. I don't know. I'm not in her pants or his pants. I don't know.
PAT: No, he hasn't.
GLENN: So if he hasn't had the surgery, then he's officially not a she. He is identifying.
GLENN: He's identifying as that, but that doesn't mean I have to call him that. He hasn't had --
PAT: I believe that's true.
STU: You don't have to do anything. You don't have to talk about him. You don't have to call her -- you don't have to do anything.
GLENN: No, but we are, because we're talking about how he feels about --
STU: Right. But no one is forcing you to do any of this. Right? You can do whatever you want.
GLENN: Yes, they are.
STU: You can do whatever you want. I don't know. Do you have to at some point decide to -- are you going to start calling her "she" when she has the surgery?
GLENN: Yeah, I think so.
PAT: I will, yeah. Yes.
GLENN: When parts are parts. When parts match up, yeah, I'm fine with that.
PAT: Yes, when scientifically, when people stop denying science or the science changes --
STU: Gender is just a construct, as you know, Pat.
GLENN: This is just really nonsense.
STU: Yeah, it's a nonsensical part -- I'm interested actually in how Caitlyn feels about this costume. It's that annoying thing that everybody does. We're all so smart and enlightened to tell you how you should feel about mocking pop culture of a person who is on a reality show. Does Caitlyn actually jump into that?
GLENN: Okay. So here's the thing. The left is saying how dare -- how dare anyone put out the Caitlyn Jenner Halloween costume. That is offensive. The left is saying that. So how does Caitlyn feel about this?
CAITLYN: I'm in on the joke. Yeah. No, I don't think it's offensive at all. I know the community does. And they've gotten a lot of -- a lot of criticism for doing it. I think it's great.
To be honest with you, I think it's great. Except they could have a better-looking outfit for him, you know.
VOICE: Why didn't I think of this, right? You could have done your own costume.
CAITLYN: We could have done my own costume. I mean, that was a serious bustier on the cover of Vanity Fair, you know. I mean, at least get some, you know, good clothes.
PAT: That's a great answer.
GLENN: Great answer. Great answer.
PAT: Yeah. It's hard not to like him.
GLENN: I know. I do like him.
PAT: I do too.
GLENN: It is -- he's going to find himself, you know, alone unfortunately. I think he's going to find himself very, very alone.
STU: You mean as far as support on this particular point.
GLENN: Yeah, with his, quote, community, if you will.
PAT: Yeah, because he's not conforming to their standard of, no, you can't do a Halloween costume.
GLENN: Because he's not conforming. You know what kills me, the guy is expected to conform. He's wearing a dress.
PAT: Right. He's not conforming.
STU: Conforming is not his game.
GLENN: That's not what he does, you know what I mean. So you're expecting him now to conform and play by your rules. He's not playing by anybody's rules. He's playing by his rules. And God bless him. God bless him. Jeffy, you're just saying that to set me off.
PAT: When he becomes a she, I'll be happy to call him a she. I'll change the pronouns.
GLENN: Didn't he say he doesn't care?
STU: He said he thought the controversy was overblown for the controversy. Which it is. I think -- it's weird because as somebody who is not going through it, as a society or whatever, when we're talking about somebody, there has to be some point in which we make the decision that there is a change if you're going to, right? So what is it? You have to list it for us. Is it the second that Bruce Jenner realizes it? Because if it was the second that Bruce Jenner realized it, we all did the wrong thing for 30 years.
PAT: More than that.
STU: Is it the time that he announces it?
STU: Is it the time he starts considering it initially, which would be even further in the past?
JEFFY: It's when they announce it. I mean, when you feel that way, when you say, "Hey, this is how I feel," that's when you're supposed to say, "Oh, okay."
PAT: No, I'm sorry.
GLENN: I'm sorry.
PAT: You talk about us being science deniers. What are you talking about?
GLENN: Yeah, you're denying science. I'm sorry. You don't just go to arbitrarily pick, I'm this today, I am that tomorrow.
STU: That is what they say, you do get to arbitrarily --
GLENN: No, no, let me rephrase that. You can. But I don't have to.
STU: Yeah, you can do whatever you want to.
STU: Well, they've come to the point where you're able to choose on a day-to-day basis. That you might be -- what is it -- I can't remember the terms.
GLENN: I don't know.
STU: But there's one of them that they say that basically you might wake up --
PAT: Gender fluid is that.
STU: Oh, gender fluid maybe. Where you wake up and one day you feel like, you know what, today I feel like a woman, therefore I'm a woman today. And tomorrow I feel like a man and I'm a male --
PAT: Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't, if you will.
STU: Almost literally.