GLENN: I just want to let you know that in about two weeks my staff, the state won't have any idea where I've disappeared to. I'm just going to tell you right now. I'm just going to, I'm going to take a few days off. I'm going to take a vacation here in a couple of weeks but I'm going to, you know, be in the mountains, but you never know. You never know, I could ‑‑ maybe I'm having an affair. Maybe I'm, you know, meeting with nefarious figures. Maybe I'm ‑‑ maybe I've got a double life. You won't know. You won't know.
STU: All we'll know is that you're missing.
GLENN: I'm missing.
STU: You are gone. You are off the face of the planet.
GLENN: The New York Times could call my wife and say, "Hey, where is your husband?" And she would say, "I don't know, he had some stuff to do. He is not around." "Well, what do you mean he is not around? He's busy. I don't know."
STU: Front page news right there.
GLENN: Front page news. Because you know what? Tania she wouldn't know. It wouldn't be like she's protecting me, you know, and saying my husband works all the time; he's really had a bad time, he's really, he just wants to get away from everything and the people who need to know know. So mind your own business. No, no. Writing a book, doing some stuff. It's not that. It's not that.
STU: You seem unstable.
GLENN: She doesn't know. She's probably questioning am I having an affair? What?
STU: No idea. No, no one knows, your brothers, your sisters, no one knows. Everyone thinks you are crazy, you are gone, you are unstable.
GLENN: By the way, this has nothing to do with Governor Sanford, you know, just disappearing! His wife didn't even know for days. She didn't ‑‑ okay, well, she didn't call for helicopters or 911 or ‑‑ apparently, apparently their marriage is so dead that she didn't even call for police. I suspect she killed him. Yeah, yeah.
STU: Or he killed her.
STU: One of the two.
GLENN: I'd like to bring them both in for questioning now that we know where he is.
STU: What's next, Governor Sanford? Fishing at Christmas? We know how that works.
GLENN: Yeah, we know how it works, you and your wife double murders, uh‑huh.
GLENN: I mean, this is what happens when ‑‑ I mean, look. This guy's a threat. He's standing up. What do they do? Let's smear him.
STU: This is the great point, though. Like why would it matter if he left? Whatever he does just gets overruled by the federal government anyway.
GLENN: I was going to say you could overrule him. He doesn't do anything. What difference does it make?