Transcript for GMA anchors celebrate 'Star Wars' Day
He has a lightsaber. I love it. A guest for "Pop news" and Marci Gonzalez told us all about may 4th. Turns out we have die-hard "Star wars" fans among up. Check out rob with some of the characters there. Oh, that's the wrong graphic. Apologies. Rob, I know we have some images of you hanging out with some "Star wars" characters. Our viewers don't need to see that. Maybe we're saving that. Rob pushes the children out of the way. Right next to them. We're saving them for Cinco de mayo. Whit, I know you started watching the movies with your girls. How is it going? It's been fun. We get to sort of reimmerse yourself in the "Star wars" role. There it is. My 6-year-old and 4-year-old girls love it. They're obsessed with it. It's been a lot of fun to start over. Still got a few more to go. Dan, I know your family had "Star wars" fun at Disney recently and Alexander had a good time but he wasn't the only one. He isn't the only fan in the family? No, I had fun. My parents used to drop us off and let us watch from the middle to the middle again just we could watch hours and hours. Awesome you get to pass that down. Seems like it's rubbing off. Alexander is into it too. Totally into it. You like "Star wars"? Who is your favorite? R2-d2, he said. No, I didn't. Top secret new project. Fans are wondering what do you mean after YouTube announced biebs has something in the works considered a homecoming of shorts and got discovered on YouTube so the project is set to come out next year but details are very hush-hush so we will have to wait and see. What we don't have to wait for is national barbecue month because that is here, ladies and gentlemen, which means we have food on set. Brooklyn's hometown barbecue. Wow. Has provided us with some of this amazing food. I want that plate. They specialize in authentic pit smoked and owner Billy Durney is here with us. The bleed smells amazing. Whether is the secret? I was about to steal your plate. What's the secret to the barbecue? Love, passion. Our team cooks for 20 hours a day on live fires. 20 hours a day? 20 hours a day someone is attending a fire in Brooklyn in my hometown, and we're so happy to be here. Is that long cooking? That's how you get it to come off the bone. We want to cook it slow. We cook it at about 200 degrees for a very long period of time. You can taste it. It should be super tender. Thank you so much for coming
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