GLENN: I don't think so, Pat.
PAT: You don't? Really? Are you thinking Sean Spicer is a really good White House press secretary?
GLENN: No, I think he's in an impossible situation.
PAT: Yeah, he is. That is true.
GLENN: He's in an impossible situation. But it's bizarre what we're learning about him. Like yesterday we learned that Sean Spicer --
PAT: We learned he went to war with Dippin' Dots, which was brilliant. That was great. That was great.
GLENN: Yeah, with Dippin' Dots. Today we learned that he has a habit of chewing gum and swallowing chew packs of Orbit cinnamon gum by noon every day.
PAT: So instead of throwing the gum away when it's getting --
GLENN: He just swallows it.
PAT: He just swallows it. Doesn't that stay in your stomach for seven years?
GLENN: No, that's a --
JEFFY: Yes, it does, Pat.
GLENN: That's an alternate fact. Alternative fact.
PAT: That can't be digested by the human digestive system.
JEFFY: When they take an x-ray of his innards, it's going to be just a wad of gum.
PAT: One ball of Orbit gum. That's all.
GLENN: Luckily our mom was wrong on that one. Moms were wrong on that one.
PAT: Okay. Good. Good.
STU: It's a weird thing. Everybody spits it out. It wouldn't be problematic to swallow it. It's obviously not hurting him. It's just a weird thing we don't do it.
GLENN: Because we all had our mom say --
STU: That is true.
GLENN: My mom used to say, "It will to stick to your ribs." How does it get out of my stomach and get to my ribs?
STU: That's not a science class.
PAT: It doesn't make it to your stomach. It just sticks on the way down.
GLENN: It just sticks. Gets out of the esophagus and then just jumps to the ribs.
PAT: And then just jumps right to the ribs.
STU: Like isn't it kind of gross to take it out of your mouth and put it -- it's kind of a weird thing that we --
PAT: It is.
STU: -- say, oh, I'll never swallow gum.
GLENN: If you're eating two packs of Orbit, what does it look like on the other --
PAT: That's a lot.
STU: Well, I don't want to think of that. Why would you go there?
GLENN: I don't know. How much of it is digestible?
STU: I don't know why -- you're asking another question related to the same topic. I don't know why you would do that.
GLENN: I know. I'm just saying. That's what I want Sean Spicer to talk about in the press conference today.