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Thank you. Thank you for watching our show. Say hello to my cohost, my studio audience. (audience cheers) How you doin’? How you doin’? I’m doin’ okay, let’s get started. It’s time for Hot Topics. (audience cheers)
(upbeat rhythmic music) Well the weather outside is frightful. (audience laughs) Thank you, crew and stuff. You surprised me with the fire. Oh, I feel so cozy. (audience cheers) But we need to clear that for the Hot Topics, okay? Fireplace, you’re cute, but. Ooh, now we have two fireplaces. (audience cheers)
Ooh. (giggles) The deluxe version. (audience laughs) Okay, now everyone settle down. Cohost at home watching, cohost in the studio audience, I’ve got an announcement to make. (audience exclaims) Well, you’re not gonna like it, nor do I. But the weather is inclement, and Ray J is not here. (audience exclaims) Anyone who wants to leave, just raise your hands during commercial and you will be escorted out. (audience laughs) But if you wanna stay, let’s play. (audience cheers)
Okay, okay. Well, here’s what happened. Here’s what happened. Ray J was at the airport. He was at the LAX coming to the “Wendy Show”, you know he was supposed to be our guest today. Now I know it’s bad weather all over the country. Here in New York it’s bad as well. People are skidding and being shut-in and all kinds of stuff going on. But because of the bad weather in New York, Ray J couldn’t get out of LA, because he couldn’t land here in New York without skidding off a runway, and we don’t want that. So he showed up at the air, but, by the way, we moved his visit to tomorrow, to be safe. (audience applauds)
Yeah, yeah. By then the plows and the salt and everything like that. But guess what? While he was at the airport coming to “Wendy”, he was spotted by TMZ without his wedding ring. (audience exclaims) Now looky here. I don’t know what any of this means, but he’ll be here tomorrow. Ray J, we look forward to grilling you. (audience laughs) We’ve got love for Ray J and so we’ll see you tomorrow. (audience cheers) So now Howard Stern says that Simon Cowell is the one to blame for the firing of Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough (audience exclaims)
from “America’s Got Talent”. Now you recall, even Nick Cannon has talked shady about the show. You know what I’m saying? I don’t know whether it was a race thing or a sexism thing or a thing thing or whatever. But Howard was a judge on the show for four years, from 2012 to 2015. And here’s what he had to say on his radio show yesterday. He has set it up that the men stay, no matter how old they are, no matter how fat they are, no matter how ugly they are, or no matter how talentless they are. But what he manages to do on all his shows, is he constantly replaces the hot chicks with hotter chicks and younger chicks, which is so obvious. (audience exclaims) Well, I mean, I agree. Howie Mandel has been there all along. I like Howie. And by the way, Howard likes Howie as well. And yeah, it’s only the girls who get replaced. And they do get replaced with equally as attractive women and things like, it’s almost like. I don’t think that Simon is a racist, because Simon has had relations with black women, romantical and everything before. This is not, I don’t think, a black thing. I just think that this is a sexism thing, girls. And this is us all against them. And sometimes that’s how it is. It’s not always a black or white thing. Howard is big enough of a person to really go after it and say it like he means it. Simon can’t hurt Howard. Howard is that guy. But I also believe that somewhere in Howard’s psyche, Howard might be a little bit jealous of Simon. (audience exclaims) Only because Howard is big on radio. And in my mind, I think that my king of all media wanted to truly be that international star. Owning shows and doing things, and being on the radio but also flipping shows. Like, Simon came out of nowhere. Years ago when we first met him. And just took over. I mean, he smokes cigarettes inside. (audience applauds) Howard also said what we said yesterday, which is that Julianne Hough is staying quiet. Because after they fired her, she’s got other projects to work on with NBC. (audience exclaims) I don’t think that she needs to comment on this because her money is not as secure as Gabrielle Union’s money. (audience exclaims)
Okay, okay, okay. (audience applauds) Gabrielle is a beautiful accomplished actress. She’s got her own on her own. Plus she married D. Wade, and he’s got hundreds of millions of dollars, they’re good. You know what I mean? (audience applauds) In the meantime, Julianne Hough, she’s dating a hockey player, but he’s no Wayne Gretzky. (audience laughs)
Do you know what I mean? He’s some sort of hockey player. One bad puck to the nuck and he’s out.
(audience laughs) Oh, oh, oh no, she’s married to him, Brooks. All right, well I don’t know who that is. I don’t really follow hockey like that, but I do remember the Wayne Gretzky era, right? Yeah. Do you know who Brooks is? Never heard of this man. I’m sorry to this man. (laughs) Right.
Right. If I saw him in the street, I wouldn’t know a thing. No, no, no. Does he have a hockey jersey in the arena? Maybe, I don’t know. Well Gretzky does. Yup, exactly. You know? (audience applauds) So this is what has transpired as of late. Gabrielle Union is meeting with the NBC execs this week to discuss how to improve the atmosphere on the show. (audience exclaims) I think that this is terrific. You wanna know what? Gabrielle, if they offer you your job back, I wouldn’t even take it. (audience applauds) But you know what I would take? I would take a low-key high paying job as a consultant in the background for the show, okay? (audience applauds) In the meantime, Simon is also a judge on British’s “X Factor”. See, yeah, no, no, not what. You know Simon is big. One of my cameramen chiming in. No, it’s a group effort here at “Wendy”. He said, “What?” I think that was Caillou. His real name is not Caillou, but you know that character from the kids’ thing? (audience laughs) Caillou. Caillou recently got his citizenship and we made a party here and everything. Uh-huh, yup. (audience applauds) Yeah, he’s been here forever. It was like a big deal, right, Suzanne? Yeah, he’s from Romania. He’s from Romania.
He’s Romanian and now he’s a US citizen.
Yup. (audience cheers) Legit. Anyway, so back to Simon. (laughs) So Simon has this “X Factor” in Britain and the Pussycat Dolls had their reunion on the show. Okay, well that’s what they were. But let’s show them what they are now, okay? “Don’t Cha”. Okay, okay, they are twisting and turning and rubbing that booty. And they performed. (audience applauds) So here’s the deal. They performed for the first time. (audience exclaims)
Exactly, exactly. Yes, go Scherzing-burger and girls. (audience laughs)
Do that thing, do that thing, do it.
(audience applauds) So they performed for the first time in 10 years on “X Factor” in Britain, the season finale. This is them. Uh-huh, right. Everyone’s in their late 30s, mid 40s, something or another. People have children, people are popping and dropping. And many of the viewers were appalled. (audience exclaims) Oh, yes. The skimpy outfits, the sexual dances. At 8 eight o’clock at night during family hour. (audience exclaims) Well, listen. The world is on. Everything’s changed. And I think that eight o’clock at night, your kids have seen worse than this, number one. (audience applauds)
Number one. Number two, the first syllable of the name of the group. (audience laughs) Says it all. Just saying. It says it all. I love this right here. And it’s not even about women’s empowerment. It’s not even about that. It’s about these girls have kept it tight and right all these years. (audience applauds) And if you’ve got an eight-year-old and a 10-year-old and you don’t want them to see that, but you see in your cable guide that the Pussycat Dolls are gonna be on, then you quickly change the channel to something innocent like the cartoon Caillou, or something. (audience laughs) Do something different with your families. The Pussycat Dolls are making new music. Well, I don’t care about that part. (audience laughs) And by the way, the song, “Don’t Cha”, just when you think that’s hot enough, if you listen to that smoldering song, push the “Buttons”. Oh. DJ Boof, okay, can you please play “Buttons” during the commercial break so we can all dip it and do it in here? Thank you. (audience cheers) So they have a reunion tour, it kicks off in the UK in April of 2020. I don’t know when they’re coming to New York but I do know two people that wanna be front and center. Yes! Me and him. Totally. (audience applauds) “Don’t Cha”. Uh-huh. Just sayin’. And I think that a lot of the people who are mad at the Pussycat Dolls are people who don’t watch their diet. (audience laughs)
Or, or, or, sorry, sorry. Or you watch your diet but you’re not, you know. You’re letting the sands of the hourglass grow under your feet, as opposed to keeping up. They’re hot. Yes!
Uh-huh, they’re hot. (audience applauds)
(Wendy laughs) (audience laughs) ‘Cause I don’t care. So this is for you. So Pete Davidson. You know that thing about asking fans to sign a one million dollar non-disclosure agreement before going to his show? Even if you’re Eddie Murphy and the funniest people on Earth, Chris Rock. A million dollars? Do your fans even have that to pay you back? So what if they leak it online, you’re gonna sue your fans? And they don’t have that money? Like, how funny are you? (audience laughs) And I don’t really know him, but doesn’t he look scared? (audience laughs) And not funny? (audience laughs) Anyway, he’s saying that you can’t give any reviews, you can’t critique his show, you gotta lock up your phone at the door, you can’t post it on social media. If he finds out any of this, then he’s gonna sue you for a million, a million dollars. (audience exclaims) I don’t care if it’s $20,000. So he informed his fans of this just a few hours before the show that he did. So he gave them they right of refusal. Like, if you don’t wanna sign it, then just don’t show up at the show. But in the meantime, you’ve gotten your babysitter, you’ve taken off from work, you got your crowd with you. You’re on your way to the show. And to me, excuse me, I don’t care how big you are. Signing a non-disclosure. I don’t even like the idea of locking up phones, not for nothing. It’s horrible that people are so immature these days that they have to pull out their phones for everything. And nothing can be just kept to the room. But I don’t think that as a performer you can do that. Like, here at “Wendy”, we tell you guys, don’t bring your phones out, but that’s ’cause we got the lights and we don’t want you to mess with the lighting and stuff like that. Also when we swing to the audience, we want you to be paying attention. We don’t want you to be down like this, ’cause you come to be a cohost, right? (audience applauds) You come to be seen on TV and help out with this messy show. But there is a certain point in the show at the very end where you know, you pull out your phones and you take pictures of junk and whatever you wanna do, stuff like that. But I just. I don’t even care about him like that. I think they only keep him on that show to make fun of Ariana Grande and the people he dates. I think he’s the dating puppet. (Norman laughs) Nobody on that show is dating high, he dates high. He’s dating that 18-year-old Gerber girl. Yeah. How old is she? She’s 18, she’s Cindy Crawford’s daughter. Right, looks just like her. She forgot to hold her stomach in. (audience laughs) They catch us all in a bad frame sometime, but she’s a beautiful girl. She looks just like her mother. But she’s 18 and he’s 25. And do I care? No. Will they get married and get pregnant? No. Are her parents pissed? Probably. But can they control an 18-year-old model? No. Look, they’re walking and having a good time, and there she is with her parents and stuff. Anyway, let’s talk about Drake. (audience exclaims) Otherwise known as Wheelchair Jimmy. (audience laughs) From “Degrassi” High, this was his big role. This is when nobody cared about Drake. I know for a lot of people it took some time for Drake to become hot to you. And now he’s the most Googled, most richest, the most, the most, the most. He made it. Drake is that guy, you can’t deny that. (audience applauds) And I don’t even like facial hair, but he’s worn me down too. (audience laughs) From Wheelchair Jimmy to that. (audience applauds) So he’s being called out for texting a 17-year-old. (audience exclaims)
(Wendy laughs) You know the singer, Billie Eilish. She’s 17. His fans think it’s really creepy. Drake is 33. There’s a 16-year age gap. So what do you think about this? I think about this that Drake has been a child star all of his life, and even though he’s become this Drake right here, he probably still has a lot of arrested development, in terms of communicating with the ladies. He likes a stripper or he likes a 17-year-old. There’s nobody of cerebral challenge going on here. The thing is is that Drake has been texting this girl and emailing her and stuff, I like you, and she’s like, I like you too. (audience laughs) We don’t know whether it’s romantic, we don’t know the inflection of an email or a text or something like that. But if you’re gonna be a 33-year-old man and you wanna give guidance, ’cause maybe Wheelchair Jimmy, you know what I’m saying,
(audience laughs) maybe his thought is that show biz is a tough life and I can be a mentor to some of these young girls. Look, I’m trying to give him the benefit of the doubt. (audience laughs) You all be quiet, I’m trying. Today is Giving Tuesday, I’m trying to give– (audience laughs) I’m trying to be giving. I’m trying to be giving. (audience cheers) But my thing is is that if you’re a Drake and you’re 33 and you wanna be in contact with a 16, 17, or 18-year-old girl, whatever, you need a buffer, that’s why you have a manager. You have your manager get in contact with her and say, my client, Drake, really likes you and he sees a lot of you in him. (audience laughs) Or vice versa. But then they go out for lunch or next time you’re in Canada or LA or wherever, then let’s go out and chit-chat and so on and so. But that’s what a man, Drake needs a buffer. And that’s why I think a lot of people are hating on Drake for getting in contact with this girl. They’re insinuating that it’s romantic. I’m not insinuating that it’s romantic, but I am saying it does look inappropriate and he has a team of people who could get in the way of this and just bring them together in solidarity, but in a room full of people, never to be left alone with a 17-year-old. (audience applauds) So today, everybody, is Giving Tuesday. (audience cheers) I’ve teamed-up with the SNAX-Sational Brand to give back. Their snacks are so delicious, especially if you put hot sauce on (audience laughs)
the Candy Pop, Twix and all this stuff. All this stuff is proper, right? You bust open this Twix popcorn, right? And you pull out your hot sauce. But do it by yourself when you don’t have to touch anything, ’cause it gets sloppy. And you get to eating. So now through January 2020, for every bag that you buy online, 100% of the profits go to this organization that I really like. I’m actually doing something with them tonight at the Dylan’s Candy Bar where I can multitask, ’cause I can be giving back, but at the same time, eyeing the Now and Laters. You know, Dylan’s Candy Bar, they’re a candy bar. Anyway, Operation Backpack is a community service of volunteers, I’m part of this, of the American Greater New York area. And what we do is we stuff backpacks for children in need so that they have all the proper things to go to school and get smart. (audience applauds) To find out more, go to wendyshow.com. And studio audience, because it’s Giving Tuesday and I know you love a snack, I’m sending you all home with this big bag of snack. (audience cheers)
Uh-huh. And right now we’ve got more great show for you, everybody. Up next, the Inside Scoop on my girl, Remy Ma’s assault charges. (audience cheers) So grab a snack and come on back. (upbeat music)
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This Remy thing. Ooh-ooh! Hi. Okay, it’s time for the Inside Scoop. And here with the dish is our entertainment journalist friend, Sharon Carpenter. (audience cheers) Wendy, great to be back. Sharon. Let’s talk about my girl, Remy. Remy, good morning, how you doin’?
It’s a good day for Remy Ma. Good day for Remy Ma. Yes, she is officially off the hook right now. Yesterday a judge tossed out all the charges against her in her assault case. Yes, so good news there, probably the best of the year for Remy Ma. (audience applauds) Now just to keep you updated on where we are right now. So if you remember back in April, Brittney Taylor, from “Love and Hip Hop: New York”, accused Remy of punching her in the eye. Remy of course, from “Love and Hip Hop: New York” as well. They’re both rivals on the show. Backstage behind the scenes–
And then Brittney posted this on her social media. Yes, she did, she posted a picture of her with a black eye, a shiner, saying, “Remy, why did you do this “to me?”
A shiner. A shiner, yeah, showing off her shiner. So English. (laughs) Saying, “Remy, why did you do this?” Remy ended up being arrested and being charged with two counts of assault. Two counts of harassment as well. Not a good look, considering she’s still on probation right now. And at that time, Remy had to wear the ankle bracelet, and I socialized with she and Papoose and the baby. And it was so odd.
So you saw first-hand. First-hand, Remy comes in with the baby, and Papoose has got the baby carriage and they look like a cute family. And then I look down at the ankle and she’s thugging it out with a cuff on her ankle. And I’m just like, I don’t wanna, I’m not talking, I don’t wanna be involved, I don’t wanna be involved. Exactly, yeah, yeah.
And so, she and I talked behind the scenes, even on the telephone and stuff. I said, “Rem, don’t worry, I’m not saying one word “until I find out exactly what’s going on with this, “and then I’ll get back to you “with what do you have to say?” And she’s maintained her innocence about this whole thing.
Yeah, she has. Yeah, she has. So why were the charged dropped? So basically, the prosecution is saying that they just didn’t have enough evidence to prove beyond reasonable doubt that Remy punched Brittney. Because Remy said she was at home at family time. She did, exactly, she said she was not there at the time. Also no surveillance video. Of Remy being there.
Here at this venue, no video came out and no witnesses, at least no witnesses who have come forward. And also, you expect people there with their camera phones. Absolutely.
You mentioned earlier, you were talking about that, people are always ready with their camera phones. None of that footage came out or surfaced either. In the meantime, between the cuff on her ankle and she had a curfew at 8:00 p.m., which, by the way, sounds delightful. Oh, it does? Oh my gosh.
(audience laughs) 8:00 p.m., Wendy, you’re out on the town a lot these days, come on, you’re at least a midnight girl, no?
Excuse me. A lot can be done between sun-up and 8:00 p.m. (Sharon and audience laugh) An 8:00 p.m. curfew is perfect. True, true. But not because the court makes you do it with that thing on your ankle. So has Remy spoken out? Yeah, so Remy has spoken out. So she did talk about how difficult it was, embarrassing to wear this ankle monitor. The fact that she had this curfew, travel restrictions. She wasn’t able to be out there making money– Making money.
Through her performances. Paid a ton of money in legal fees as well. TMZ caught up with her, she had a big smile on her face coming out the courtroom yesterday. Let’s take a look at that video. It was dismissed. And he broke down all the reasons why it was dismissed. And like I said, I wish they would’ve found that and came to that conclusion before I had an ankle bracelet and lost months and months of wages and had an eight o’clock curfew, before I paid hundreds and thousands of dollars to my lawyer. But you know, it is what it is. Case dismissed.
It’s over. The eyeshadow is popping. (laughs) (audience applauds)
With her coat, right? She looked really beautiful. She looks good, and she looks happy. She looks happy, it was snowing in New York, she had on that big fur coat. Papoose was there by her side as well, her husband.
The next problem is PETA. Yeah, exactly, maybe it’s faux fur, you never know. But we don’t know whether she’s gonna be suing Brittney or not now, I expect a lawsuit to be filed sometime soon. Remy, don’t bother, she does not have the money for the lawsuit that you’re going, just leave it alone and be. Yeah. (audience applauds)
Would you sue if you were Remy? It depends what the story is. It depends what the real story is behind the scenes. But Brittney has spoken out herself. She actually posted a video once the news broke that the charges were dropped. Here it goes.
Well she looks cute. She doesn’t actually say anything. She’s just popping her gum.
She’s just playing with her hair, she’s popping her gum, she’s playing with her hair. But the caption read, “You’re welcome”. (audience exclaims)
So what could she be saying? Remy, Remy, Remy, leave this alone and get out there and make your money. You’re free, you’re free. Just leave it alone now.
Leave it alone. And you know, talking about that smile on her face, she might do just that.
Remy’s got a better life than most, believe me you. Believe me you.
Yeah. So let’s talk about Future, as a matter of fact, you do the talking and I’ll just shade the camera. So Future, 36-year-old rap star, Future has a new boo. Does he have a bright future with Lori Harvey, 22 years old. She is the it girl in Hollywood right now. Everyone’s talking about her, Steve Harvey’s step-daughter. Meek Mill has rhymed about her if you guys remember, you’ve heard that song, right, exactly. She dated Diddy, and if you think there’s a big age difference between her and Future, Diddy is 50 years old. She’s also been tied to Justin Combs, you know who that is, right? Diddy’s son.
Son. Yeah, before going out with Diddy, and Trey Songz as well before Trey ended up having a kid by somebody else and then they split up. She does have a history with Future before dating Diddy. She’s got a history with a lot. (Sharon and audience laugh) You know a lot of people are loving it though. A lot of women are out there saying, well, listen, men have been doing this the whole time.
She’s a young girl. Why can’t we do it?
She’s only 21 years old?
She’s 22 years old. There’s nothing wrong with popping and locking, but it just seems so, a lot. Yeah, so it’s interesting. It seems like things are getting serious, right? Oh, really? They were spotted, yeah, serious in industry terms. They were spotted at a Teyana Taylor concert getting hot and heavy. Two weeks later, or a week later, she was at Future’s birthday party supporting him, singing “Happy Birthday” to him. And now Future is making it Instagram official. You know it’s real if it’s on the ‘Gram. (Sharon and audience laugh) Right, he posted a picture of Lori Harvey from their romantic vacation, yeah, right there, in Abu Dhabi. (audience exclaims) The caption said, “Flawless, tap for details”. And I’m sure he’s doing a lot of tapping. (audience laughs) We don’t need the details on that. (laughs) Okay, now, I know you’re wondering how is Steve Harvey feeling about this and Marjorie Harvey, her biological mother.
I have individual opinions of everybody in this particular story. You do? Yes, but that’s kitchen table talk. Okay. Yes.
We’ll talk about that one afterwards, at the kitchen table. All right, so Steve and Marjorie are not happy about this situation at all. They do not support the relationship and can you blame them? Future comes with a lot of baggage. As you know, you have your chart, Wendy. If my 22-year-old daughter was dating a man who has got all these kids, and also–
Eight. But not just Future, it’s a whole thing. I would have different guidance for her. Didn’t the mother teach her about dating? Well, she did, yeah. What did she say?
It’s interesting. So there’s a video from 2015, “The Steve Harvey Show”, where she’s giving her dating advice, Marjorie is. And her top two tips, no athletes, no rappers. (audience exclaims) Yeah, and then she chooses one who has eight baby mothers and eight children. Two of the kids are unconfirmed. I like your booties, by the way.
Oh, thank you. Is there a Shoe Cam over here? They’re really, really cute.
Should I just lift my leg all the way up, there you go. (audience applauds)
Yeah, yeah. Thank you so much, they’re so comfortable as well. They’re really cute. Now Thanksgiving, he was not invited to their Thanksgiving feast. Yeah, apparently they don’t–
Are we still talking Want him–
About this? (laughs) You wanna move on to the next story now? But what’s your opinion? You don’t give your blessing then? To the hot new couple. (audience laughs) Thank you, Sharon Carpenter! (Sharon laughs)
(audience applauds) Sharon’s show is called “The Royal Report” Thursdays at 5:30 on PeopleTV. Ask Wendy is next. (upbeat music)
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(upbeat music) All right. Welcome back, it’s time for Ask Wendy. Everybody have a seat except for you, hi. Hi Wendy. Cute. Thank you. Mm, head to toe. Thank you, it was a gift. Oh, is that part of this? Yes. Okay, what’s your name, where you from, and what do you do for a living? My name is Quill, I’m from Philly and I’m a hair stylist. Okay, Quill. So I’m dating a father and son. (audience exclaims) I know, I know. How old are you? 31. Wow. You look younger than that. Thank you.
Okay. So I met the dad a year after I was dating the son. So basically, the dad is my sugar daddy. (audience exclaims) He got me these shoes, this belt. Not Vuitton booties. Yes. He done put me in a penthouse apartment. (audience exclaims) Not the penthouse.
The penthouse. So he’s threatening to expose us to his son. But I don’t want him to do that. ‘Cause I wanna leave him, I just don’t wanna, I love the son. So I’m asking you what should I do? (audience laughs) Okay, first of all, both relationships are now officially over. Because you’re here on Ask Wendy. (audience laughs)
Yeah. You can’t keep the son while cheating on the son, unbeknownst to him, with his father. Yeah. You can’t take gifts from a man who can run circles around your young mind. Yeah.
Okay? Even though you’re 33? 31.
31. You seem a lot younger than that. Not only in looks, but in mentality. Oh.
Okay, it’s time for you to grow up. Mm-hmm.
Okay? (audience applauds) But tell me this. So how did the father first come on to you? Were you over at the son’s house? Was it like a holiday event? And Daddy came on like a daddy? (audience laughs) He came on like a daddy, honey. I was at a boxing match. The son, he box. So me and my girlfriend, we was just there having a good time, and he just came up to me because he liked what he saw. (audience laughs) Okay, but you were there for the son, so why would you even bark back at any man? I didn’t know, well.
No, no, no, no, yeah. Whether it was the father or another man, the point is is that you were planning on cheating with the son just by barking back at another man. You right.
Okay. So now you still live in the penthouse? Yes. So where will you be living tomorrow? (audience laughs) Still in a penthouse. Can you afford to do that on your own? Yes. Okay. And you realize that there is no making up with the son? If I were the son, I would not have you. And I would make sure that the entire city of Philadelphia knew all about you. ‘Cause I would be so hurt, as the son. You know what I’m saying. People get in their feelings. Quill. I know. What a disaster. I know, but the dad treats me like how I wanna be treated. (audience laughs) This is all your fault. I know. All right, time to grow up. I know.
All right. Thank you.
Good luck. (audience applauds) (audience laughs) And on national TV. Right?
All right now, Quill. Hey Wendy, how you doin’?
How you doin’? Who are you, happy birthday. Thank you, my name is Jessica, I’m from Hawaii. And I’m a physical therapist. My question to you is–
Are you Hawaiian? Yes.
Okay. So my question to you is, I have a coworker who is absolutely horrible at her job. She is the worst. I’m always having to play damage control. She’s just awful. So my question to you is, do I need to confront her now? She just told my boss that I talk mean to her and that I’m not nice to her. So do I need to confront her? And if I do, do I need a witness? No, okay. Go to HR and also go to your boss directly. And talk sensibly, have the script already written out in your head, like practice it in the mirror when you get out of the shower that morning. You know what I’m saying, practice a few times. Are you her senior? No, but my boss is aware of all the complaints. She’s your senior? We’re pretty equal. I’ve been there longer though, so, hm. But she’s awful. Don’t approach her. And no witnesses or anything like that. Because it becomes a Quill. I know, right? I can’t stop, I can’t stop in my mind. You have no problems compared to her. Exactly. Go to your boss, go to HR, and be sensible, okay? All right, very well.
Thank you. There’s more Ask Wendy next. (audience applauds)
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(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh! Excuse me, it’s still time for Ask Wendy. Everybody have a seat, you come over here. And by the way, Quill from Philly with the father-son tag-team. So I’m consulting her through the break and we talk. So she says to me, “By the way, “the father is better in bed than the son”. (audience exclaims) Quill. You’re in trouble when you get back to Philly. (audience laughs) All right, now, how you doin’? Hi Wendy, how you doin’? Who are you, what do you do, where you from? Oh, pointy shoes.
Yes, pointy shoes. My name is Tim, I’m a makeup artist here in Manhattan. Uh-huh.
Hey, Merrell. Oh, oh right. So how can I help you, Tim? Okay, so.
Uh-oh. I’m in a wonderful relationship. My boyfriend Josh, right there. Okay, hi Josh. Great relationship. Oh, you down with the swirl. (audience and Tim laugh)
Hi Josh. And he knows this, but before the relationship, I was a little promiscuous. I was actually very promiscuous. How old are you? I’m currently 28. Okay. So we’ve been dating since March, yes, March. So yeah, I used to be pretty promiscuous and I’ll often see these guys I used to have flings with while we’re out together. And I’ll often just hide my face, I act like I don’t know them, I’ll run to the bathroom, I’ll do whatever it takes. But recently–
You realize your boyfriend is right here listening to this, right?
Oh, I know. We’ve had this discussion. Okay, okay. But the next part is what I need help with. I recently was at a bar with him and we see a guy that I had a very long fling with. And he wasn’t the nicest person, left me kind of hurt. And I’m trying to hide, and I see my boyfriend run up to him. And they’re best friends. Not even best friends, but they’re just like, hugging, they’re saying hi.
They already knew each other even before you two.
They knew each other for a long time, I could tell. So I’m like, melting, I’m spiraling. My life is like, I don’t even know what to do at this point. (Wendy laughs) And so I’m like, what do I do? Do I run to the bathroom, do I leave, do I fake an emergency? Do I go up and pretend I don’t know this person and introduce myself? I just don’t know what to do in those kind of situations. Well, we all come with a past. Can’t we agree, cohost? (audience applauds) You’re currently in a relationship, it’s solid, isn’t it? Mm-hmm.
Nobody’s cheating? Nobody’s doing anything, do you guys live together? No, but pretty much. He’s over almost every day. Yeah, well everybody comes with a past. Explain it like a mature adult. As long as you guys are solid, nothing out there can fade you. Okay.
Okay? All right, thank you Wendy.
Good luck, good luck. Oh, we’ll be right back. (upbeat music)
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(upbeat music) Thank you, I’m going this week, I’m going back. Okay, so it’s time to play Celebrity Face Swap. Everyone have a seat, let’s meet our player though. What’s your name, where you from? My name is Lisa, I’m from New Jersey. How you doin’? Good, and thank you, Lisa, and what do you do? I’m a server in a restaurant. You’re a server in a restaurant? I am. So my producer for this segment told me that the year 1992 is our connection? It sort of is. You’ve always been my radio girl. And you were always the information that I got way before TMZ– The tea.
Or anything like that. It was good, it was always good radio. So I don’t know why it took me so long to get here, but this is my first time here. You having a good time? Oh, so much fun! (audience applauds)
Thank you, Lisa. Okay, so here’s Celebrity Face Swap, is when we take two celebrity pictures, I didn’t get this, by the way. But I can give you hints, I totally did not get this. I’m gonna help you through.
All right, please. All right, let’s see the picture, 30 seconds. All right, one is black and one is white, they’re both men. Ooh, ooh. One is of God and the other one is newly of God. I think the face and mouth, I feel like I see Mr. West, maybe, maybe.
Yes, yes. Okay, and then. Above is white, but he’s got a tan. He’s got a huge–
Oh, church, church, church. Joel Osteen.
Yes! (bell dinging)
There you go. (audience applauds)
This is one of my personal favorites, dinner for two at Serendipity. Oh, thank you.
And we’ll be right back. (upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) Okay, Kara take the diva fan, but I’m gonna turn it off so it doesn’t get caught in my wig. Okay. Kara Estel, everybody, is from Dallas, Texas, and she’s a photographer. (audience cheers) So you know all the right angles. Yes, girl, I gotchu. Your makeup, your eyelashes, the hair, the outfit. The pants. (laughs) It’s snowing, Wendy. It’s snowing.
It’s snowing. Exactly.
The party’s up top. That’s what I say, that’s what I say. All right, talk about your look, Kara. Okay, well I got my lashes on just for you, Wendy. These were only 15 bucks, y’all. 15 bucks.
Perfect. My sweater, guess, 35. 35.
Perfect. Pants, 30, yup, it’s a look. Oh, don’t go too! Yes.
(audience laughs) It’s snowing, it’s snowing.
Don’t get to your shoes. Look, Kara, take your diva fan and go back to Dallas with a smile on your face. Thank you for coming to our show. Thanks for having me.
We’ll be right back. (upbeat music) (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) Oh. Oh. The exhaustion of it all. Thank you so much to my guest and my cohost, my studio audience. (audience cheers) So Ray J wasn’t here today, but he’ll be here tomorrow. Plus we’re in the kitchen with Jacques Torres. I got you with the Hot Topics. I love you for watching today and I’ll see you next time on “Wendy”, buh-bye. (upbeat music)
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