GLENN: I last night had the most bizarre argument with my wife at 11:00 at night. And I just said to her, you are seriously not having this argument with me. And here it is. That hot babe with the Jets, my wife was actually saying, "Well, she deserved it." I said, what?
PAT: She deserved it?
GLENN: Well, she didn't say she deserved it. She said she's stupid.
PAT: Well, okay.
GLENN: And I said
PAT: And what was your problem with that?
GLENN: Well, I don't know. I've never talked to this really hot sports reporter.
GLENN: But how is she stupid exactly? And she said, look at the way she's dressed. And I said, oh, don't, really don't go down this road. Look at the way she's dressed? And she said, yes. You don't go
PAT: Into a locker room of football, NFL football players dressed like that? I agree with that.
GLENN: Tania, is that you?
PAT: I agree with that.
GLENN: Really, do you?
PAT: I agree with that.
STU: You've gotten much, much uglier, Tania.
GLENN: So in other words, this is my wife's point. Guys are visual and you are going into a locker room with a bunch of football players. So we have a lower standard? Or are you just saying that it is are we not judging people by the content of their character but by their job status?
GLENN: Or by what? What are we
PAT: First of all we have to define what's harassment?
GLENN: No, no, no. No, no.
PAT: First of all she said she didn't even notice anything wrong.
GLENN: We didn't even get there. We didn't even get there. And my wife was saying she's visual men are visual. And I said, oh, thank goodness, honey, I hope I don't walk by a hooker who's really hot today because I'm visual and I just won't be able to contain myself.
STU: This is a great excuse for you. You can do whatever you want.
GLENN: I know.
GLENN: I kept making her point. I said, oh, my goodness, thank you, honey, for permission. She said, well, not you. And I said, why? Are guys different? Do we hold people to different standards? Or do we say there's one standard? I don't care if you're a football player or who you are, you don't do that.
PAT: What happened?
GLENN: they're throwing footballs at her? I mean, that's not harassment.
PAT: That's not. And they weren't throwing them at her. They were throwing them toward her.
STU: So they could look at her.
PAT: You know, so probably the wide receiver could get over there and take a look at her and then
GLENN: I mean, may I?
STU: That's not a criminal act.
PAT: That's not a criminal act.
GLENN: That is not a criminal act.
PAT: Harassment. That's not a criminal act.
GLENN: Almost let me just say something. I saw the picture of her yesterday like 4,000 times.
GLENN: And I think there is magnets in her pants and steel in my eyes because
STU: It's hard not to look at certain areas.
GLENN: It is hard not to look.
GLENN: It could be the magnet thing or I was just weak and pathetic. But so you can understand it, but that is a man. That's the part you're supposed to overcome. That's the natural man part of you.
STU: I mean, there's a huge line here between harassment and noticing.
STU: And you know what? Every time, you know, you drive by someone who looks attractive and you might slow down and look?
GLENN: For instance
STU: You could get to any ridiculous extent of that.
GLENN: For instance, here's the thing. When I first saw her picture on TV, I mean, I was like, holy cow, that's a nice photograph. Then
STU: That's not what you said.
GLENN: Every time
PAT: You were admiring the photograph?
GLENN: Yes, I was. It's an art thing. But anyway, so
PAT: So you're wondering who took the picture.
GLENN: So I was wondering who took that. That is very nice framing.
PAT: Mmm hmmm.
GLENN: So I am looking at that and I, of course, have the natural man thought. Now, the rest of the time that it comes on TV, I try to avoid it. And then when I do see on TV, I'm thinking, I know why this is on TV.
STU: I didn't try to avoid it at all because it's part of the story, Glenn. You have to understand that this is a photo she released in her own defense. And if you don't examine the photo, you are not acknowledging her evidence, her backup or her side of the story.
GLENN: This is part of these, the argument that my wife and I had. She said, why would she release these photos of her? And I said, what part of her outfit, her shoulders are covered, she's wearing long pants. Granted, they are very, very tight pants.
STU: They that is a complete understatement. They could not possibly be tighter than they are.
GLENN: I think I could challenge that.
STU: I disagree. I don't think it's possible. I don't think it's possible for them to be tighter.
GLENN: We could ask her to try on the size smaller.
STU: There's no way she could get in. She would get in up to her calves and she would give up. She would give up with hopeless
GLENN: This is where you go. This is where you go. Now, all right. So I said to her also, I said, honey, have you ever watched Telemundo? She's a Spanish reporter, right?
PAT: Azteca or something, TV Azteca?
GLENN: For Mexico TV?
GLENN: Have you ever watched Mexican TV?
GLENN: Yes. Every
STU: Every man in America.
GLENN: Do you speak Spanish?
STU: I do not, no.
GLENN: Neither do I. I've watched Telemundo, okay? Every guy, you know, will pretend that we're watching it, try to figure out what's going on. No, we're not. They're all hot and scantily clad. I mean, this is the way it is. So it's part of her job. If she's not looking and dressing like that, she's not going to be on
STU: She advertises herself as the hottest
GLENN: She's on Mexican television.
STU: Yes. But for her to advertise herself as the hottest sports reporter in America and then act shocked when people think she's hot, I mean, she's defined herself as hot!
GLENN: No. Wait, wait.
PAT: But this is the key to the argument and we should come back and talk about it because we're out of time, but I think that is the key.
GLENN: That is the key to the argument.
STU: It doesn't excuse the excuse.
STU: They say Pat calls
PAT: There doesn't seem to be abuse in this case.
GLENN: I agree with you.
GLENN: I agree with you. But let's not also, let's not excuse, somebody comes in dressing inappropriately or whatever as, guys, you don't become pigs.
STU: No. Of course not.
STU: Don't excuse it.
PAT: But when you walk into an NFL locker room, guys are in their towels or, you know, some of them probably naked.
STU: And who's getting harassed there? They're naked.
STU: Why do they have to be interviewed by a woman.
GLENN: Hold on just a second. Hold on just a second.
GLENN: Dom, can you put the picture back up? Because that's a new picture. I haven't seen it.
PAT: Oh, my gosh.
GLENN: The new picture.
PAT: I didn't know we could do that.
GLENN: Now look at the framing on that.
PAT: Now see, for those not watching on the Insiders, which is 99.9%. Insider Extreme.
STU: Is that a catcall? Did you just make a catcall?
PAT: There is a photo of her now and you are not even in the locker room naked and she's flashed on the screen in the studio.
GLENN: So me being in the locker room naked
PAT: And you're making explanations.
GLENN: Wait a minute, wait a minute. It would be okay for me to make these comments?
PAT: Is it okay? No. But you are probably going to make some sort of exclamation. These are NFL football players and they are going to
GLENN: Okay. So we have a lower standard. I just want to make sure. We have a lower standard of ethics for NFL football players.
PAT: No. But there is a higher standard for harassment. I'm sorry if you're embarrassed. Don't go into a men's locker room. If you don't want to be embarrassed, don't go in there and interview superstars.
GLENN: Dom, for the love of Pete, take the picture off the Insider Extreme. I can't I'm surrounded by monitors, please.
STU: I'm being deluged with photos from everyone I know right now of this. This is not what I need in the middle of a broadcast. I don't know what you guys said for the last three minutes. I have absolutely no idea.
GLENN: See, that's what it is.
STU: This is a problem.
GLENN: My wife is right about guys being visual, but that doesn't excuse us.
STU: You are the one doing catcalls.
GLENN: I mean, unless it does, honey.
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