Third time's a charm. The very last presidential debate is here.
"I think all that needs to be said is . . . we should have the little organ thing going on in the background because it promises to be an absolute circus tonight," Glenn said Wednesday on his radio program.
The debate will be broadcast live on C-SPAN, ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, as well as all cable news channels including CNN, Fox News, Fox Business Network and MSNBC. Additionally, all major news networks, YouTube and Twitter will offer a free live stream. Or, you can live stream it here.
Read below or watch the clip for answers to these questions:
• How important is the third debate?
• Will Hillary Clinton capitalize on Donald Trump's assault accusations?
• What does Howard Stern consider locker room talk?
• Will Chris Wallace go after Hillary?
• Who has the upper hand going into tonight's debate?
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
GLENN: All right. So what do you think is going to happen tonight?
STU: Usually the third debates are the ones that make the least impact. People really get worked up over the first one. The second one is kind of the chance for whoever lost it to come back. Third one usually kind of gets lost, it seems like. You know, I don't -- I feel like you'll probably see something from Hillary that we're not expecting. The line that I expect today is even Howard Stern said this wasn't locker room talk.
STU: Howard Stern was on the air, after this all broke and said, "Look, I've been in a million locker rooms. I've talked with guys -- he didn't say locker rooms. But talk with guys all the time. And he talks about the P-word. His word. We talk about P all the time. However, I've never heard anyone say, "I'd walk up to them and just grab them like that. I've never heard anyone speak like that."
Howard Stern says he's never heard anyone speak like that. So I would assume Hillary Clinton is going to take advantage of that moment at some point tonight. You know -- I mean, I don't know what Trump is going to do. His friends at the National Enquirer are making all kinds of accusations against Hillary. Maybe he'll go there. I don't know.
JEFFY: Well, he'll try. Right? Chris Wallace is the moderator, so Chris will hopefully be able to try to reel him in a little bit.
STU: I will say Chris -- it's interesting because Hillary probably thinks she's in a really good spot, which, by the way, she is.
JEFFY: Right. Right.
STU: Right now, some of these models are showing only an 8 percent chance of Donald Trump winning this election. But I would say -- you know, I would be surprised if Chris Wallace doesn't go after Hillary a little bit and make her answer --
JEFFY: I hope so. Because he tries to be -- I don't know that he makes it all the time. But he tries to really do a fair job.
STU: He does say that he's not going to be a fact-checker in the middle of the election -- or, the middle of the debate.
STU: So maybe it won't be fireworks. But Trump's gotta do something. The onus is on him to make a move here. We'll see if that happens.
Featured Image: Stand-ins check audio and lighting for the third and final presidential debate between Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to be held later tonight at the Thomas & Mack Center on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 19, 2016. (Photo Credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)