PAT: 3, 2, 1...
GLENN: Does the ball come down at the end?
PAT: I don't know.
GLENN: This is going to be so great.
PAT: It's tomorrow, isn't it?
GLENN: I don't ‑‑
PAT: I think it's tomorrow.
GLENN: I don't want to say. I don't want to say. I would say I don't know but I want to ‑‑ that would sound ridiculously uninformed. I want to just say, I don't want to say.
PAT: All right.
STU: I think it is tomorrow.
GLENN: Shhh. Don't release that information.
STU: I'm just saying I think it is.
GLENN: $3.2 million. Now, they say that that might be because of security. That's the spin on it: Well, it's security.
PAT: I heard $200,000 of it was security.
GLENN: Uh‑huh. And how much of that was being paid for by the taxpayers?
PAT: I think all of it.
GLENN: Oh, okay. All right. So you have that. I don't think that's the big ‑‑ I don't think, when you have $500,000 in flowers, I don't think security is the big piece. The wedding cake is $11,000.
PAT: How much ‑‑
GLENN: Which again, if you want to spend that on a wedding cake ‑‑
PAT: That's great.
GLENN: I am all for it.
PAT: Just don't preach to me that nobody's doing enough, the rich don't do enough in any country, that there's got to be redistribution of wealth. What was it Bill Clinton said just recently about wealth?
GLENN: I was at the Time, I was at the Time 100 thing and he spoke and I was vomiting in the back, but he was speaking and he said that our lifestyle is becoming grotesque and it is unsustainable.
PAT: That is unbelievable.
GLENN: I don't think that ‑‑
PAT: Our lifestyle is grotesque and then you spend $3.2 million on somebody's wedding, your daughter.
GLENN: You can do that!
PAT: That's great, but don't preach to us.
GLENN: How much are they worth? About $100, 150 million if I have one child and it's my daughter and I've got ‑‑
PAT: I still wouldn't spend $3.2.
GLENN: I don't think I would, either, but I can see, I could see that maybe ‑‑
PAT: Well, you know what W spent on Laura's wedding, his daughter Laura?
GLENN: Oh, it was out of control, out of control.
PAT: Out of control. It was silly, it was ridiculous, these rich people.
GLENN: You remember at the time how they reported it, too.
PAT: Oh, yeah.
GLENN: They reported it as rich, opulent.
GLENN: Opulent, blah, blah‑blah.
PAT: Ostentatious. $100,000. $100,000. I mean, you know, that's a lot of money, but ‑‑
PAT: And the thing was George W. Bush was never preaching to us, don't be spending money; the rich have too much.
GLENN: And look at this. Look at this. Good Morning America is actually, is actually ‑‑ oh, no, they're at Central Park. Okay, I thought they were actually broadcasting from the Clinton ‑‑
STU: They are tomorrow.
GLENN: Are they?
STU: I don't know if it's that show but I know CBS will be broadcasting live from Rhinebeck, New York, the newscast will feature a piece examining the interest in presidential children and commentary from historian Doris Kearns Goodwin. Isn't that delightful?
PAT: Doris Kearns Goodwin? Anybody with three names you know is much smarter than the rest of us.