Fox News host Greg Gutfeld had an unexpected audience for his personal musical after the Fox News segment The Five came back on air before he was expecting it.
On camera, Gutfeld sang "I gotta pee, I gotta pee" while his co-hosts tried to signal to him that they were live.
It made for interesting television:
so this just happened live on Fox https://t.co/1b7WNhu6q7— Oliver Darcy (@Oliver Darcy)1615589926.0
Gutfeld then ran away, presumably to hit the bathroom, forcing Jesse Watters to fill in for him.
Watters awkwardly acknowledged the incident before getting on with the show.
@oliverdarcy Jesse Watters’ lame, desperate attempt at covering for Guttfeld was — https://t.co/SVr09tRYMf— PH Wulfe (@PH Wulfe)1615590175.0
@oliverdarcy "I gotta pee......" = Genuine sentiment "Yuk-yuk-yuk... that was so funny!" = Ineffective disingenuous… https://t.co/w3cBMP3ct1— Ray Sharradh (@Ray Sharradh)1615594440.0
@oliverdarcy pissing is bipartisan— Max Woolf (@Max Woolf)1615590069.0
@oliverdarcy Strangely enough, that was probably the most intelligent commentary on Fox in a long time.— Michael Kobierski (@Michael Kobierski)1615606067.0
Despite the strange moment, many people are saying it's the most intelligent conversation Fox News has entertained in the recent and distant past.
By far the most rational and coherent position any Fox News “talent” has ever articulated. https://t.co/hAX0u58moj— Kim Masters (@Kim Masters)1615593151.0
@oliverdarcy Probably the most real thing they’ve put out in recent memory.— super dem (@super dem)1615610394.0
@oliverdarcy @atrupar Always wondered if these were real people or programmed androids. Looks like androids to me.— Michael Johnson 🏳️🌈 FB is for TRAITORS. (@Michael Johnson 🏳️🌈 FB is for TRAITORS.)1615594137.0
@oliverdarcy Well, at least they didn't tell any lies during that segment.— Joe Turner (@Joe Turner)1615596323.0
@oliverdarcy Best thing I’ve seen on Fox “News” in a loooooong time.— Katy “vaccinated!!” 🐝 (@Katy “vaccinated!!” 🐝)1615629932.0
Gutfeld later made sure we knew he did the deed, tweeting:
Yes I peed— GregGutfeld (@GregGutfeld)1615592048.0
@oliverdarcy That's the most fair and balanced content they've aired in years.— Joseph R. Casper (@Joseph R. Casper)1615597448.0
@oliverdarcy It's the best content ever produced by Fox News.— Nicole (@Nicole)1615592897.0
@oliverdarcy This is the most interesting thing he's said in his time there.— Like Water (@Like Water)1615590101.0
@oliverdarcy Still more informative than Fox usually is.— Thomas Morrow (@Thomas Morrow)1615605716.0
Though it's not typical news content; Fox News spends most of it time furthering conspiracy theories and mocking politicians who were afraid for their lives during the Capitol insurrection; it does seem to be the most viral content they've produced in years.