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GLENN: Now, I have to tell you, we haven't spent much time on Mel Gibson. I think we should spend a few minutes on Mel Gibson because this guy's out of his mind crazy!
PAT: It's to the point where it's kind of, it's really scary.
GLENN: It's dangerous.
PAT: It's dangerous for her, it's dangerous for him. He could hurt himself.
GLENN: Play the audio where he's just panting. He screams, he screams that he left his wife because they have no spiritual connection. Um, yeah. Mel, maybe because you're out of your mind nuts.
GIBSON: I left my wife because we had no spiritual common ground. You and I have none, zero! You won't even try. (Panting-Panting-Panting). You don't care.
GLENN: Hang on just a second. I don't think I've ever heard anything like that. No, no, I have. Play that again. I've heard this before. You have, too. I bet you've heard this before.
GIBSON: I left my wife because we had no spiritual common ground. You and I have none!
GLENN: Now, listen to the breathing. You've heard this before.
GIBSON: Zero! You won't even try. (Panting – Panting – Panting ). You don't care.
GLENN: Okay, stop. Psychotic. Okay, you know what that is?
GLENN: You've heard that from your dog. That's what happens when your —
PAT: I definitely heard it from your dog.
GLENN: Yeah, I have this big giant German Shepherd. I've got two of them and they both come up to me and they will be playing outside and they will both come up to me and they will come right up to my lap and they will be like... (panting – panting – panting ). It's usually followed by —
PAT: A lot of slobber.
GLENN: And I bet it is — play it again.
PAT: A lot of slobber.
GLENN: I bet she could have said the same thing if they had been in the same room that I usually say to my dogs. Go ahead and play it again one more time.
GIBSON: I left my wife because we had no spiritual common ground. You and I have none! Zero! You won't even try. (Panting – Panting – Panting ).
GLENN: Oh, jeez. Your breath stinks. Get out of here.
PAT: She may have said that if they were in the same room together.
GLENN: If they were in the same room.
PAT: Yeah, but I don't think they were.
GLENN: Yeah, either that or... somebody call 911! Somebody call 911!
STU: Because his breath stunk of Jim Beam.
GLENN: Oh, man.
PAT: I don't know that he's drunk, though. He's just psycho.
STU: Yeah, you hear him blow up from the beginning of this tape where he goes from normal talking into exploding like this. It's inhuman. I've never seen anyone act like that in my life. It's so unadulterated rage and it's so explosive so quick, it's frightening.
GLENN: Do you have another clip?
STU: Yeah, start it from the beginning.
GIBSON: Stay on this phone and don't hang up on me. I have plenty of energy to drive over there. You understand me? And I will! So just [ BLEEP ] listen to me. Listen to my [ BLEEP ]. Listen to what you do to me!
VOICE: I didn't do anything to you. You are ruining my life.
GIBSON: You make my life so [ BLEEP ] difficult.
GRIGORIEVA: Well, you know what?
GIBSON: Why can't you be a woman who [ BLEEP ] supports me instead of a woman that sucks off me. And just [ BLEEP ] sucks me dry. And wants, and wants. Go through here relationship if you're a good woman and you love me!
GRIGORIEVA: What am I —
GLENN: Oh, my gosh.
STU: It's frightening.
GIBSON: No relationship ever worked with you, no!
GLENN: Okay, stop.
PAT: That's really creepy.
GLENN: We talked about it two days ago and I said, I get it, he's a racist. This guy's — this guy's insane. This is beyond racism. He is a danger.
PAT: Yeah, he did say one —
GLENN: At least to her.
PAT: He said one poignant really cognizant thing there and it was this.
GIBSON: This is mean! Get it? You get it now? What mean is? Get it?
GLENN: Oh, your breath stinks.
PAT: That is mean.
GLENN: What did he say?
PAT: This is mean. You get it? This is mean.
STU: Yeah, she was saying, don't be mean to me. And he was responding, that wasn't mean before. This is mean.
PAT: He's never been mean to her before.
STU: Never. I mean, this is obviously a first time thing right here.
PAT: He does, however, recognize, though, that this, in fact, now is mean.
GLENN: This guy should be in a hospital.
PAT: He should. She told him that. She told him. Do we have the section where he says —
GLENN: You kind of feel bad for him.
GLENN: Up until he cuts her head off.
PAT: Well, that hasn't happened yet. So —
STU: Not yet, although —
GLENN: May I just say, if you see any of Mel Gibson's friends getting into a white Bronco, call the police.
STU: He does have at one point she says, you know, what kind of man hits a woman while she's holding his child? And he responds that, you deserved it. So basically saying that this has happened already.
GLENN: Well, we don't know what his evidence was.
STU: They did not outline the evidence.
STU: There's no point I feel bad for this guy, though. I don't. There's no moment.
GLENN: Hang on just a second.
STU: Needs to be away from people.
GLENN: He needs to be in a hospital.
PAT: He does.
GLENN: He clearly — I mean —
STU: A hospital that's locked from the outside forever.
GLENN: No, a mental hospital. I mean-
STU: Actually he deserves to be in prison if that story's true, in prison for a really long time. If he's hitting women when they're holding children, he should be in prison, not a hospital. In prison.
GLENN: You know, have we ever heard from Mel Gibson's wife?
PAT: Did this happen since her or, you know, did something make him snap or has he always been like this?
GLENN: I bet he's always been like this.
PAT: Because I never heard her speak out. And they were married for a long time. They have been married for like 20, 25 years.
GLENN: You know that's the thing that I always liked about Mel Gibson.
GLENN: Because he had been married, it was the same woman, you know, he married before, you know, he was anything and —
STU: It's a charming Hollywood romance with Mel. This is a beautiful - isn't it beautiful?
PAT: Do we have that part where she tells him he needs medicine?
GRIGORIEVA: You need medication.
GIBSON: What? What?
GRIGORIEVA: You need medication.
GIBSON: I need a life! Not a [ BLEEP ] little girl with a [ BLEEP ] dysfunctional [ BLEEP ]. I need a [ BLEEP ] woman. I don't need medication. You need a [ BLEEP ] bat to the side of the head.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh.
GIBSON: You need a [ BLEEP ] doctor. You need a [ BLEEP ] brain transplant. You need a [ BLEEP ] — you need a [ BLEEP ] soul. I need medication, I need someone who [ BLEEP ] treats me like a man! Like a human being! With kindness.
GLENN: (Laughing). Oh, my gosh! This guy.
OLBERMANN: God forgive you.
GLENN: How is he roaming on the streets? Seriously how is he roaming on the streets?
STU: I don't know.
PAT: At a few points, though, it does sound like a Keith Olbermann rant. Have we ever seen them together?
STU: He's a little bit more calm, though, is he?
PAT: Yeah, he's a little bit more calm than Olbermann.
STU: Oh, no, you meant the other way around. I love that like, you treat me like a human being, you don't deserve to be treated like a human being when you act like that. You don't deserve it.
GLENN: You need a bat to the side of the head?
PAT: Really bad.
STU: You just want him away from all humanity.
GLENN: So really, I mean this sincerely, why is he still walking around?
STU: Well, they are working on criminal charges. They didn't have any charges on him.
GLENN: There's evidence?
STU: Well, the other problem —
PAT: I think she has to bring charges, doesn't she?
STU: That's a good question. I don't know.
GLENN: Why isn't she?
STU: I know police are working on it. They are in the middle of doing that now. They are looking into everything. You can't take just his evidence just this one thing. Also —
GLENN: This one thing?
STU: Well, yeah. Just because he threatens her, they have to go through the whole process. I mean, they can't just — you know. But the other thing is the tapes, it's apparently a two person consent recording state. So —
GLENN: Oh, this is ridiculous. Is this California?
STU: Yeah, it's California.
GLENN: This is ridiculous. No, it's not. No, don't give me the "Well."
STU: You know, should you be recorded by other people without their knowledge?
GLENN: If you've got a crime going on, yes. I mean, for the love of Pete.
STU: The law's the law, though. And if she recorded it legally, (illegally, it's not going to stand up in court.
GLENN: It's a crime.
STU: But that's not the law. The law is the law.
GLENN: Oh, okay. So if somebody is harassing me, if somebody is threatening my life, I've got to say, hang on just a second; I know you didn't like the medication thing but I've got to ask your permission to tape this conversation. What, are you out of our mind?
STU: Well, this is what she did and obviously it's been leaked out there and everyone knows it and it's going to influence people. I guess that's the way she fought it. I mean, she's denying she released the tape obviously, but —
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