Lads Reunite for Fox-friendly Lefty Lashing

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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Former Maxim UK and Stuff editor (and Radar fashion correspondent) Greg Gutfeld is back on Fox News—this time we get a taste of his forthcoming show, Wasteland. Gutfeld tells Radar that the clip, found here on Fox News's website, is actually from the audition for the show. He's not sure when the real deal airs.

The short segment is clearly intended to lure viewers who consider themselves young, punk rock, and conservative—anyone with a preternatural urge to bang Ann Coulter. A buzzed camera staggers and takes its time to focus on Gutfeld and his cohorts—former Stuff features editor and current Shock deputy editor Bill Schulz, Andy Levy, O'Reilly Factor Canadian correspondent Rachel Marsden, and former SAS soldier Kevin Godlington (via satellite). Gutfeld gets the ball rolling with outrage over a German lawsuit against Donald Rumsfeld. For what, guests ask, "naked pyramids?" "That's stuff we did in high school," Gutfeld says in a call back to Rush Limbaugh's old rhetoric before steering the conversation toward torture. "If you want someone to talk, you get them drunk and maybe buy them some drugs...."

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Schulz adds: "I don't know, there's nothing like a long-winded terrorist to ruin the night. Trust me, I've partied with a lot of them."


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