GLENN: Now I do want to tell you -- it says on the prescription bottle "Do not operate heavy machinery". Stu, I don't actually have to lift any of the 300 transmitters.
GLENN: Okay? I'm not turning them on or off. I haven't -- you know, I don't have to actually do any of the work on the satellites because that's heavy machinery.
GLENN: Or the networks.
STU: That's true.
GLENN: The cameras, the Internet.
STU: Does this have anything to do with the operator being heavy?
You might assume that the medication Glenn is taking would be responsible for him dressing like this... However this picture is about 2 years old.
ENN: No, it says don't operate heavy machinery.
STU: So it's not don't be heavy and operate machinery.
GLENN: So I think I'm good.
STU: For now I think you're okay.
GLENN: I don't think that there's anything for us to worry about on doing national radio and television, just high as a kite.
STU: And Glenn, I don't mean to talk down to you here.
STU: Because I know you're a somewhat accomplished person, in some ways. But I am placing you on a probationary -- you're on a short leash today.
GLENN: Am I?
STU: Because of the medication.
GLENN: Yeah. Yesterday didn't do any medication. Yesterday I was pretty good. Today, not so much.
STU: Lots of medication today.
GLENN: Yeah. Was on Good Morning America and it was nice. Stu said, you were sitting like you were very uncomfortable.
STU: I felt like it almost looked as if you were trying to make it look as if you were just very interested in what Tania was saying but I think you were just trying to sit on your side.
GLENN: Nope, I was just trying to sit on my side. If I could have actually sat on my hip, I would have. But so the reason why I'm telling you this is today's show might become very, very frank and also very, very wrong quickly.
STU: There is a possibility that some collections of letters that are said won't form words.
GLENN: Yes, there's a possibility that all of a sudden you have -- you know that feeling that you always have every Christmas with your grandfather where you're like, oh, dear God, he didn't just say that, did he? That may happen today.
GLENN: You don't know.
STU: Right, you don't know. You should be excused for anything that you do in the next, say, six to twelve years.
GLENN: I have a feeling that that's not going to happen.
STU: No, I don't.
GLENN: So stay close, Stu.