GLENN: So I got this letter in: Dear Glenn, I first started listening to you while you were on Fox. Before then, I didn't really pay attention to much of anything. I saw you on Fox one day, and what you said just made sense.
Oh, you were the one.
I've listened to you almost every day since. I mostly catch you on my drive home from work now. Things in the world have changed a lot since then. There are so many who have digressed in society, so much in so little time. There are a few that have actually made any progress. For me, you are a beacon of hope and light in a world that seems to become -- seems to become more dim every day.
The reason why I'm writing this letter is because something happened in my life recently, where I almost lost my wife and my child, whom I have neglected due to childish influences and things in my life that were still present from my childhood that only consumed me.
My wife was on the verge of leaving me and almost did. It really caused me to wake up. I have since done everything I could to change. Change for myself. For her. My daughter.
The change for God and the betterment of mankind. I remember your words from a few months ago when you said, now is the time to put your childish things away. Time to become a man and take a stand.
For me and my family, it starts with God. I have slowly, but with full commitment, been changing my life for the better, especially where my wife and daughter are concerned. I love my wife and try to prove it to her every day and will for the rest of my life and for all eternity. I will become the better man that she expects of me.
If I may, I would like to ask if it's not too much, I would forever be in your debt, if you would read this letter on the air and ask my wife Charity Murphy, if she would be willing to remarry me again so we can start a new life together with our daughter.
Jared, no, I'm not going to do that. But...
STU: Such a nice moment you've ruined.
STU: Wow, that's a really cool story.
GLENN: So, Jared, let us know what happens. I'm assuming that she's going to say, oh, yes, yes. Hopefully she's listening to us when she says that.
STU: Uh-huh. That would be most appropriate.
GLENN: It would be most appropriate. It would be very inappropriate.
STU: If it was something else. I really hope that goes well. I always get nervous about those things, because I have no idea whether -- she could just be, I'm really not interested actually.
GLENN: Yeah. Do you remember, years ago, we called somebody -- we did something like that. And we called somebody. And -- remember? And she was like, yeah. Yeah. No. I don't think so.
It was the most awkward. Because he was -- do you remember this?
STU: Yeah, yeah.
GLENN: It was a long time ago. Because he was so excited. And he thought she was so in love. And it was all -- and she was not having it. It was bad. It was so awkward. I felt so bad for that guy.
STU: Because there's two things going on there. One, I don't necessarily want whatever you're asking me to happen. And, two, I'm annoyed you're embarrassing me in front of the nation. Both of those things could be part of the equation here.
GLENN: Yeah. Yeah. Not that that's happening for you, Jared. That's all good stuff.
STU: We assume there's hugging.
GLENN: Hugging, kissing.
STU: Oh, wow. This is -- what a great moment.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh. This is so beautiful. That kind of stuff.
STU: Yeah. And if not, we don't want to know what happens. So we'll assume it went well.
GLENN: Call our attorneys, okay? Deal with them.