GLENN: So -- at PatandStu.com today, the Douche Hall of Fame?
STU: The biggest moment I mean I would say in the history of the show.
JEFFY: Yeah. Exciting.
GLENN: This is a big moment. This is a big moment.
STU: Top five moment in the history of the country.
PAT: It's historic. It's historic. It's not just big. It's historic.
GLENN: This will be the biggest crowd ever assembled on planet earth for anything.
STU: For anything.
STU: Yeah, period.
PAT: We've assembled everybody for this. We've assembled them all, in their respective places.
STU: Worldwide because it's on the internet.
Anyway, it's the Douche Hall of Fame induction of?
STU: Well, not induction. The vote to see if he will be inducted into the Douche Hall of Fame. Barack Obama.
Now, you might say to yourself, how the heck did Barack Obama get through his entire presidency without getting into the Douche Hall of Fame.
GLENN: No sitting president.
STU: No sitting president can be inducted into the Douche Hall of Fame. We had to wait until he was finally out of office. We had been talking about this for years. It's an exciting day. Remember, there are two things that are interesting. Number one, you need to get 95 percent to get into the Douche Hall of the Fame. 95 percent of the vote.
JEFFY: Not just your run-of-the-mill --
STU: So this is much more difficult than getting into the crappy baseball Hall of Fame, or whatever that is.
GLENN: It's really hard, actually.
STU: It's very difficult to do. And there's never been anyone who has received 100 percent of the vote.
GLENN: It won't happen this time either.
STU: We've had 99 percent of the vote.
JEFFY: Don't jinx it.
STU: Don't jinx it.
GLENN: No. There will always be somebody who is just like, "I want him in the Douche Hall of Fame, but I'm not going to let it be unanimous."
STU: Well, there are purists like that.
GLENN: I know.
STU: You notice, there's never been a unanimous vote for the Baseball Hall of Fame either, which there obviously should have been.
Now, we have people -- Anthony Weiner got 99 percent, for example. No one has ever had 100 percent. Barack Obama has that chance today in in one of the most momentous moments in probably our nation's history.
PAT: Where do you go to vote?
GLENN: That might be an alternate fact.
PAT: Where do you go? PatandStu.com.
GLENN: Back in a minute.