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Live from New York City,

it's the Wendy Williams Show.

Oh, yeah

Feel it, feel it, ♪

Feel it, feel it, feel it

Let's go

Come on you need it

How you doin' ♪

How you doin'?

Now, here's Wendy.

(audience applauding and cheering)

The mint of it all.

Thank you for watching the show.

Say hello to my co-hosts, my studio audience.

How you doin'?

How you doin?

I'm, thank God for Monday to rescue me

from the weekend.

Sinful.

Let's get started, it's time for.

Hot topics!

Come on.

(upbeat music)

(audience applauding and cheering)

So, the Superbowl was this weekend in Miami

and that means that DJ Boof was traveling again.

So who did I call into help us out today?

Suss One.

Wendy, what's up.

Hi, Suss.

Power 105. New York.

Yes, thank you for having me back.

Appreciate you.

Come here.

Walk the runway, I want to see,

I want to see it.

No, no, no, forget the shoe cam.

Just do the whole walk.

Shoe cam, first?

Shoe cam first, okay, fine.

Oh.

(audience applauding and cheering)

I love you.

I don't recognize.

What is that Suss?

Ferragamos.

Of course they are.

Ferragamos swag.

Okay, and I love your jacket.

Come on out here.

Thank you, shout to my stylist,

Looks by London.

Gotta shout 'em out.

Do the fashion show.

I didn't know this is what this show is about.

Thank you for having me back again.

Wow.

Ooh.

What is that, velvet?

The featured presentation.

Yes. Yes, ooh.

Okay.

Don't look at me, walk back.

Please.

Where is Boof?

Is he somewhere in the corner being jealous?

Hi Boofy, you could come out, too.

Come out Boof, come out.

Bye.

(audience applauding and cheering)

So, the Superbowl was last night

and I was watching "Sex and the City" all day.

Honestly, I didn't get to anything else

and I don't, oh, the Kitten Bowl, of course.

Yes.

Me and Chit Chat and My Way,

we watched the Kitten Bowl.

They finally learned how to throw shade.

Uh-huh, and so Chit Chat took over my.

Your Instagram.

My Instagram and talked smack about

we didn't know, me and my sister didn't know

what shade was until we met mom,

but now I think I have it.

What do you think?

And those of you who replied gave her

like two thumbs up and if you're wondering

where My Way was, fully shady.

Around the corner, up the stairs and whatever.

Anyway, shady boots, right, oh, sorry.

Anyway, I was watching "Sex and the City" all day,

like I'm such a girl, I just didn't really,

there's no reason to, but Demi Lovato did

a great job with the National Anthem.

(audience applauding and cheering)

So, and I thought her outfit was appropriate

and the whole bit.

A lot of people were saying she's the next

coming to Whitney Houston.

Now, hold on you all.

Uh.

No, you won't.

She was good in her own space,

but no you won't.

And Beyonce and Jay-Z were getting slammed

on social media for not standing up.

They were with their girl, their daughter, Ivy,

and thank you TMZ Sports for showing us the picture.

Everyone was standing, like this is only a picture.

Of course, Callen's in it.

Why wouldn't he be.

Um, but, but when they were performing,

if you all saw the actual performance,

people were standing up as the bombs burst in air.

You know, you put a hand over your heart.

I don't know about you and our country

might be in a bad way, but there's no place

I'd rather live than America.

(audience applauding and cheering)

And some of the first songs I learned in my life,

even as a little girl, "America the Beautiful,"

"Oh, Say Can you See?"

And all that other stuff.

My mom and dad, like trips would be to come

to see the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building

and in Philadelphia, that Liberty Bell

and, you know, going to Washington and passing

the White House and stuff like that.

You know what, Jay-Z and Beyonce and Jay,

you might be an NFL owner and I get that

and respect, but you don't own all the NFL.

You own this much.

And Beyonce, I love my Ivy Park dress.

(audience applauding and cheering)

I mean.

No, no, no, no.

Because I had no idea that Willie had

a bunch of Ivy Park stuff up in wardrobe

for a few weeks now and so he puts it

on me today, he's like, "Are you gonna talk

about Beyonce and Jay-Z?"

I said, "Yes."

And he goes, "Well, change the dress."

I said, "No."

I said "'Cause I've already put it on

and I like the placement."

Because Suss One is here.

(audience applauding and cheering)

But Jay-Z and Beyonce,

you understand all eyes are on you

and you should have stood up.

If you don't like our country then.

(audience jeering)

Anywho, let's move on.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Okay.

So, I saw Demi Lovato and I was quickly

placing my hair and trying to get to my social club

where we were having a big party

with chefs and good food and stuff

and we have a media room,

so it's like a movie theater,

but with no bedbugs and rats, and so,

so, so, I go outside and it's snowing and raining

at the same time.

Remember yesterday in New York of you're from here.

It was snowing and raining and I hail a cab.

(humming "Sex and the City" theme song)

And I hailed a cab and I go to the social club

and I talked to Nortament as I'm on the way

and I say to him, "Oh, my gosh, it's 7:45,

"am I missing."

And so then you, anyway, when I got there,

it was just in time for Shakira.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Ooh!

Ooh!

Her hips don't lie.

Okay.

Now I walk in, right, all the media seats

are taken up.

I hear some how you doin's and hey Wendy

and I'm just like look, leave me alone.

I'm here on business and for a few, I wanted some sliders

to eat, but sliders to go and they had good.

Let me tell you something about this weekend.

Hold on Shakira, look.

I went to this French restaurant, right?

And it was me, Jason Lee, who's here later on

with the inside scoop,

along with Gio Benitez.

Do you know him from Good Morning America?

Okay.

And his husband Tommy.

They've been married for four years.

No, no, no, not aw.

Not aw.

We had some good old side eye talk.

And the four of us, right, and so I ordered,

I had escargot, which yes, Brendan,

who's wife can't handle brown juice.

Brendan, let me tell you something about your girl, okay.

Okay.

So, earlier in the weekend, I am sorry,

there are stories within stories,

I told you, this show is a sitcom.

A move, a romantic novel.

And it's.

(audience applauding and cheering)

I invited some senior people from around here

to my apartment, which I don't normally do.

Like when I was in old life, you know,

and I had a family way, that just wasn't,

like really, get out.

Don't even come in, don't even ask.

But in new life, you know Wendy and the city,

you know, by myself, empty nester, things happen.

So I want to know how to keep this show going,

'cause it's our 11th season.

(audience applauding and cheering)

But.

You know, I want more.

So I like to ask my people outside of here

because it's so studio and so work related

and I said all right, maybe I'll take them out for dinner.

I said, no, because then there might be some

how you doin' moments or like something weird going on

in the restaurant.

I said all right.

I'll invite them over to my bachelorette pad.

Okay, it was me and five people,

who happened to be all women.

Suzanne was one of them.

Brendan, she got home early, though.

We were done by 7:30.

She was home by like 9:30, by 9:30 she was home.

Then it took her two hours too late.

She might have slid by.

She made a random way back.

Okay, okay.

Brendan.

Yeah?

You all.

Let me tell you something.

I had crudite, and the chicken wings

with the hair on them,

you know where I get them from

and, and, and, my assistant, the chief,

packed a bag of stuff, but in the bottom

of the bag was a bottle of brown.

Mmmm (laughing).

(audience applauding and cheering)

Um, when the Henny's in the system what?

(audience responding)

Pimp my blood, not relation, come on now.

(audience responding)

Suzanne never had brown.

She also doesn't know how to pour.

Brendan, you know your wife

doesn't know how to pour.

She does not, no.

Okay.

The girl's didn't want white wine.

Immediately because it was a hectic week at Wendy as usual.

The girls come in, we're all like guys, right?

All I want to do is take off my clothes,

put on a robe and then come back down

and see the girls.

When I get downstairs, your wife bust open the bottle

of the brown.

She found the glasses and it wasn't two fingers.

You know, a proper pour is two fingers, right?

Suzanne had four.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Then, my manager Bernie had to come over

because I had to do a little bit of business with him.

Like they would last for five seconds,

like literally open the door, you know sign

a couple things and then send him on his way.

Bernie calls the concierge,

the concierge calls upstairs

and I tell all the girls.

I'm like, okay, everybody straighten up.

'Cause, um, Bernie's here.

You can either straighten,

Bernie knows me, so I don't care,

but if you all want to straighten up, fine,

but Bernie's on his way up and he's only

gonna be at the front door.

I'm gonna get him, I'm gonna go to the door,

just everybody calm down, right?

By the time I hear, I have a doorbell,

so ding and dong.

Your wife, by the way, everybody's shoes are off,

we're curled up in like a yoga stance

on the couches, right.

Chit Chat and My Way are upstairs saying

mom's having company.

Sounds like she's having fun.

Let's stay up here until they leave,

'cause, um, hmm.

So ding and dong.

Suzanne springs off the couch.

Runs to the door.

Mind you with a bottle of the brown in her hand.

And opens the door to Bernie,

who, he's a man of a particular age.

He's been around brown all the way downtown.

Bernie came in and at one particular point

he goes, I guess this makes me one of the girls.

I said yep, and we, anyway, but your wife is

not here today.

No, she's not here today.

What the hell is going on?

Is she okay?

I don't think the, I don't think

the brown agreed with her.

What can brown do for you?

Well, that was a few days ago.

Exactly.

I was up by 8 o'clock in the morning

the next day.

She's still not well.

She better learn to be a pro.

She's not, well.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Okay.

I'm kind of delaying, I don't wanna fight with you,

but you fight with me all the time

and I don't care.

I guess we're already fighting about the

Beyonce, Beyhive, are we fighting already Nortaman?

No, not yet, but maybe soon.

(laughing)

Jennifer won.

You think so, over Shakira?

Here's why.

(audience applauding)

Okay.

I have a couple of categories, all right.

So I get to my social club

and I'm watching it and there were no seats

and I'm standing up against the wall,

literally standing, with my bag in the crook, right?

But I'm watching and Shakira, I dig her look

and her moves better, 'cause she was born to do it, okay?

(audience applauding and cheering)

And.

I liked her hair better because it was all,

you know, like no hairspray,

just like hair.

And her makeup, just like, I know she has makeup on,

but it looks more natural.

Do you know what I'm saying?

And I dig that in, I don't know,

I think people wear too much makeup these days

and I think, and I'm out here in the streets

now and I know what guys like.

(audience applauding and cheering)

And then the stage lit on fire

and they passed her around in the crowd.

I was gasping.

I almost choked on a mini-burger.

Oh, my gosh, how talented.

And she's doing it and she looks natural

and this is what guys like.

(audience applauding and cheering)

However.

When you hit the stage with,

we might not want to wear it,

but a little more makeup and little more glossy hair

and then you hit that song,

you know my song is "Waiting for Tonight."

Let me tell you something, she did ah!

And let her, come on now.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Come on.

You know this is as, as, who's our makeup friend, Gorgeois,

she's coming here?

Millie, I mean, not Millie.

Who?

Mallie.

Mallie, Juan Cal would say, Gorgeois.

She'll be here I think this week or something.

Hi, Mallie.

Anyway, when you hit "Waiting for Tonight,"

I love that song since it came out.

I love that song since the shrimp

fell on the floor at the wedding for Will & Grace.

And then she does it.

She grasps that pole with her thighs

and slid down.

(audience applauding and cheering)

In all, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, excuse me.

And then she brings out her daughter Emme.

I don't know about you.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Norman I caught a tear.

Me too.

You did?

I did.

It was like, it was this,

it was the daughter and it was all the other

little Latina girls singing "Born in the USA."

Yes!

They were in cages in a political statement.

This is what Beyonce and Jay-Z

and Blue Ivy don't understand, be proud.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Bitter Norman, you caught a tear?

I did.

And my soul is made of steel, but.

We know. I did.

I caught a tear.

It was just a lot going on and they

were so good and then she was pole dancing.

So good.

So who won?

I'm gonna say Jennifer Lopez.

Yeah, sorry.

(audience applauding and cheering)

But they were both really good.

They were both really good.

And then I'm sitting there like right

after halftime show, I'm like okay,

I'm going back home because I have to here

with you today and I'm sitting in the social club

and, you know, 'cause I love art.

I love to paint.

I appreciate art, the stupidest stuff,

the big stuff and in between

and I'm sitting and I'm having a face off

with Norman like who did it best

at halftime and I said, "Shut the hell up."

look at the art I'm sitting in front of

and I sent you the picture of,

oh, cinder blocks painted in neo-glow.

Is that art?

Let me tell you something, you all.

If you're thinking about restyling your place,

just understand, this is at the club.

Look, Rambo.

I lied to you, not Rambo.

You see it right here.

One, two, three, four, five.

John Anderson could get me five cinder blocks

and I could spray paint them and call them art

and sell them for millions.

(audience applauding)

Wait, no.

Before we say no, wait, I had that thing of that kid.

Yes, okay.

No, no, there's a lot going on in the prompter.

All right, now look, all right.

I had more for you all,

but apparently Hot Topics is over.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Up next.

My friend Jason Lee and his messy mouth are here,

both of them, the messy mouth and Jason.

We're gonna talk about Terry Cruz

and Gabrielle Union, so grab a snack

and come on back.

(audience applauding and cheering)

(upbeat music)

Mickey.

Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh.

Okay.

It's time for the Inside Scoop

and here with the dish is the CEO

of Hollywood Unlocked, my friend.

Some people don't like you.

A lot of people.

No, no, a lot of people don't like me,

but the truth hurts, right.

Jason Lee.

Jason Lee everybody.

Thank you.

Jason, I feel that people don't like you

because, like me, you speak your truth

and that's that.

Yeah.

But you also socialize.

See, I speak my truth and then I leave the show,

I go in the house, I slam the door.

But you socialize.

What's your, give me something stirring

in your beef pot right now.

I mean, really quick, we launched this show

called "Problematic" on YouTube and I responded.

(audience applauding and cheering)

I responded.

I responded to Kevin Hart.

He had come on the "Hollywood Unlocked" Instagram

and criticized a post we did,

so I called my team and said,

"Come to my house, get the cameras."

We did a six-minute video and he wasn't

really happy, but he called me

and we had an interesting conversation.

What did you call him out about?

Well, I just said that I think

that A-list black celebrities

forget black journalists when they get famous

and that, you know, he should show more support

to people like me and you and I said come on the show.

He still hasn't come on the show yet.

Do you know his wife?

I don't know his new wife, I know his ex-wife.

Well, continue.

No, well, I had her on the show,

my podcast, "Hollywood Unlocked, Uncensored,"

and I had asked her, you know,

I had asked her if she met the new wife,

if she met the new wife before the new wife

met her kids and she said no.

Oh, messy Jason.

That's not messy.

That's just something, I mean most women

would want to meet the woman

that's going to be around her children.

Continue.

And so he didn't like that.

What can I say?

Did he come see you?

No, he hasn't pulled up yet.

He did call me on the phone, though,

we had a 30-minute conversation,

so I mean listen, I don't want no beef

with Kevin Hart, but I'm gonna continue

to tell the truth and if it pisses everybody off.

I got my ticket to heaven already

and I ain't trippin'.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Okay.

Terry Cruz and Gabrielle Union are going through something.

Okay, so Gabrielle Union was recently

fired from "America's Got Talent"

after the claimed that producers had her working

in a toxic and racist work environment.

And so Terry Cruz, I don't know if you watched

"Everybody Hates Chris."

Yes.

Well, everybody hates Terry now because

the host of "America's Got Talent" was just asked

about Gabrielle's claims on the "Today" show last week

and he didn't have her back and, in fact,

said he's never experienced a toxic culture.

Take a look.

First of all, I can't speak for sexism,

because I'm not a woman, but I can speak

on behalf of any racism comments.

That was never my experienced on

"America's Got Talent."

In fact, it was the most diverse place

I have ever been in my 20 years of entertainment.

Now people slammed Terry and said that he was a coon,

for selling out Gabrielle Union.

A what?

I didn't day that.

That's what the people said.

I haven't heard that word since the 19,

before I was born.

Listen, I didn't hear it--

I called him a company man.

A company man is somebody who goes along

to gets along and really does not have

a voice for anything, but just collect

the check and mmm.

But see, that's what happens.

They go along to get along till people

like you and I catch them and then they do

what everybody does, they go to Twitter and apologize.

That's why you're here, go.

So he said, "I want to apologize for

"the comments I made.

"I realize there are a lot of black women hurt."

You called him a coon.

No, I didn't call him a coon,

they called him a coon.

Anyway, "There were a lot of black women hurt

"and let down by what I said

"and also by what I didn't say.

"Gabrielle, I want you to know

"it was never my intention to invalidate

"your experience, but that is what I did, I apologize."

I mean, he was in the movie "White Chicks,"

so I don't know if he knows disrespecting

black women is wrong.

I like Terry Cruz, but I like Terry Cruz

for exactly who he is.

He's like the funny guy.

He's not ever going to have a real opinion.

I see you in the second row,

the white lady, right there with the black

and the V-neck.

You, right there.

You, you're looking up, now you're looking down.

Next to her.

You with the, yep and the face, right.

He's like a nice guy and sometimes

you know people like that and they're nice to know,

but you can never go to them for a formal opinion.

Terry is that kind of guy and he loves his wife

and he loves his kids.

He's probably happy to be off the 50-yard touchdown line

and just be a broadcaster

and he's made a really good career.

So he doesn't need to get involved

with the messiness of today's life.

However, we all have to become involved

in order to have some sort of thing.

He's just so vanilla, he's like mmm.

So, Gabrielle, did she did in that?

Yeah.

Okay, go.

(audience applauding and cheering)

No, no, no.

Gabrielle, Gabrielle has not responded,

but her husband Dwayne Wade did

and he said, "Someone please take Terry Cruz's phone," so.

It seems like they're not accepting his apology.

What do you think?

Well, Brenda just gave me the 30-second mark,

so I don't really have time for my opinion.

All I'm gonna say is lunch was lovely.

Lunch was great.

I love Gio and Tommy.

Yes.

And I love your dirty filthy showbiz stories

behind the scenes and, and,

thank you for being here.

You know what, Jason has a gift for everybody.

Jason's "The Book" is out.

Studio audience, you're all going home

with a copy of Jason's book.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Trendy at Wendy is next.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Those are, they're the ones.

They're really, really cool.

You know what, but you know what, oh, gosh, okay.

I found several things that I really love.

It's time for Trendy at Wendy.

Please welcome back to our show, Ashley Glazier.

Thank you.

Ashley, Ashley, Ashley, come along.

Yes, Rue La La has so many good things

for us today, so excited.

Starting off with the Cuisinart stand mixer.

This is a formal proper, very grown up mature kitchen mixer.

That will look really glamorous on your counter.

It retails for $320.

Very glamorous, very expensive.

You can make muffins.

You can make bread.

It comes with a chef's whish.

Pancakes.

A dough, you can make anything that you want.

I'm giving this to my brother who's

about to get married.

His future wife's gonna be very excited.

Okay. Yes.

And it retails like Wendy said, for $320.

We are getting it 59% off at 129.99 from Cuisinart.

A steal, a steal.

Cuisinart's one of the bet brands.

These are the ones.

I know you're excited about these.

Excuse me and--

And there's two.

Attention Wendy staff.

The tin chair.

I want all four.

So there Arctic, this is from Arctic Sleep.

They're super cooling gel fiber pillows,

so they're made with gel fibers

and polyester and they're actually

cold to the touch, you can feel them.

But you know what?

You're getting two in the set.

If you sleep like I do, then you bunch your pillow,

so sometimes when the pillows

are a little hard, you can't bunch.

You can't bunch them.

I bunch like the baby.

Very comfortable, flexible and they'll

keep you cool throughout the night.

And very relaxed.

But they're really expensive for retail, $175, however.

We're getting them 80% off at just $34.99 for two.

(audience applauding and cheering)

I love it when we have sunnies.

These are Ray-Ban.

One of my most favorite brands, so classic.

Not my favorite shape, but I'm just modeling

them for you.

They look good on you, they look cool.

No, they're too--

Nah, they look cool, they look very cool.

They're the oval shape, they have this really cool--

You like these.

I'm like the only person on the face of the earth

who does not like this shape.

I just, they're, they're so cool that it's like--

They're very cool, you're very classic,

but I think they're very cool.

There's something for everyone

and it's fun to try out the new trends,

especially when Rue La La gives them to us.

We have this beautiful matte gold frame

and the different colors you can choose from.

They retail between 143 and $168.

We're getting them 52% off at 79.99.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Take your pillow.

Do I smell diamonds?

You absolutely do.

This is from Ariana Rabbani.

They are 14 caret gold and diamond initial necklaces.

So you can choose from white gold, rose gold

and yellow gold, 14 caret.

All through the alphabet from A to Z.

Yes, and we have a little W here just for you.

Oh, here's mine.

They're custom.

You can get to pick, they're the perfect gift.

They gave me an A, I'm so excited,

'cause it's real diamonds.

Honey.

When you get to get on a talk show,

I guess you get one, too.

So thanks Rue La La.

They retail for $783, real diamonds, real gold.

57% off for us at 329.99.

Oh, okay, let's go.

Oh, more diamonds.

More diamonds.

And a watch?

Yeah, this is from Gv2, it's the

Marsala Chronograph diamond Swiss quartz watch.

You're gonna be just like this.

Take them all.

You have eight different colors to choose from.

It's sapphire crystal.

From the hood, there are my hood days.

Oh, my God.

Well, you can have them all.

You guys get to choose one,

but you can pick from this beautiful variety.

There's a sapphire crystal,

diamonds on the bezel,

all the different metals.

Wendy, you're stacking up.

And then you can put them in your suitcase.

Wait, how much do they charge?

So excited.

They're $2,395.

Okay now.

We're getting it 91% off at $199.99.

So you really can get eight of them

and then put them in your suitcase.

And then you could travel to Dubai.

I like this color the best.

I love these.

This is my favorite.

These are from Kenzy.

These are diamond luggage sets.

So look at this unique shape.

The four wheel spinner system.

They're cut out like diamonds.

Cut out like diamonds.

The shapes.

I was just traveling.

Literally everyone in the airport

has the exact same suitcases.

This is so different.

You get the carryon.

Oh, this is very unique.

And the proper full size.

Look at all the compartments.

The retail price is incredible.

They retail for $400 for the set.

We're getting it 75% off at 99.99.

(audience applauding and cheering)

All's I'm saying, Ashley Glazier,

thank you so much.

Rue La La, we love you.

For these deals, go to wendyshow.com

before they sell out.

This is the good stuff you all.

Ask Wendy is next.

(audience applauding and cheering)

(upbeat music)

(audience applauding and cheering)

Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!

Uh-uh.

Ooh, ooh.

It's time for Ask Wendy.

Oh, wait, no, but you, you?

Yes.

How you doin'?

How you doin'?

What's your name, where you from,

what do you do?

Maria, I'm from D.C.

and I'm an administrative coordinator.

Okay.

(audience applauding and cheering)

Well, how can I help you Maria?

Okay, so I have a 21-year-old daughter,

she's absolutely gorgeous.

Okay.

She's spoiled rotten.

Okay.

So she did not graduate from college,

so she's back at home right now.

Okay.

And she's living her best life

because she has these what I call sponsors.

These are these male friends,

they come and they take her out,

they buy her things.

I love a sponsor, but I'm grown.

Yeah, so, my question is what can I do

to help her to understand that this

is not gonna continue.

Kick her out.

'Cause Maria, you know, honestly,

like moms should not have to see this

and back when we were young,

you moms didn't, did you mom see that in you?

No, absolutely not.

My mom and dad never saw anything filthy in me

until I got this damn show.

You know what I'm saying?

Yeah.

Like, honestly, I was always a respectful daughter,

so if you don't want to see it,

the best you can tell her is by July 1,

she better be out with her own apartment.

Ooh, okay.

Maybe you give her the first, not the last,

but maybe the first and security.

Okay, all right.

You know what I'm saying?

All right.

Then that way you don't have to see it,

'cause she's gonna do what she wants to do.

That's what she's doing.

You're busy.

Is here dad in the house?

Oh, absolutely.

He's there, too.

What's he say?

Well, he's--

Dad, he's sitting around

while a daughter has a sponsor?

He's not throwing bows.

No, he's not, he's not.

I mean, he just goes with it as well.

He's okay with it I guess.

But we want her to get out and get

a job and everything, but, right now,

she's got these friends, these sponsors that--

No.

Today is February 3rd?

Okay.

She's got until July 3rd.

Okay.

Yeah, no, for real.

(audience applauding)

'Cause she's gonna be who she is,

but she can't disrespect you and her dad.

Okay.

All right, thank you.

Ooh.

(audience applauding)

Okay, come here.

Come here.

When the doors opened, I noticed you immediately.

Thank you.

Okay, I'm seeing it up close.

The Mont Clair, Givenchy, Givenchy,

who are you?

My name's James.

Hi, James, ooh, James.

How you doin' Wendy?

How you doin' James?

Where are you from, what do you do?

I'm from Tampa, Florida, but I live in Brooklyn.

Do you have a, are you booed up?

Yes, I do, I have a boyfriend,

he got a dog camera for Christmas

and he uses it to check on the dogs

when we're at work.

Oh, wait, is that what we're talking about?

Yes.

Okay, oh, God, okay, sorry.

Go ahead.

Now he uses the dog camera to check up on me

while I'm at home.

(audience oohing)

Even if he's in the bedroom,

he'll use it to see what I'm doing in the living room.

He's like, "Are you eating ice cream right now?"

Is it wrong to want a little bit of privacy?

What is he, a food Nazi?

A diet Nazi.

Um, yeah, it's wrong to check up,

you know what, it's a funny thing

'cause when I had the girls over,

they were like, "Why don't you have indoor cameras?"

I said, "'Cause one day they'll turn on me."

Mm-hmm.

Uh-huh.

And you'll see more than I care for.

Um, yeah, you know what,

if he has those cameras

and he insists, just put an old piece

of masking tape up there.

And have the time of your life

or have the conversation with him

that this is not right.

Thank you.

Yeah, all right.

Mm.

We'll be right back.

(audience applauding and cheering)

(laughing)

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(audience applauding and cheering)

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Cheryl Hines tomorrow, I love you for watching today

and I'll see you next time on Wendy, bye-bye.

(audience applauding and cheering)

How you doin'?

(coughing)

Nice.

(jingle)

The Description of Monday, February 3