Transcript for Would you want Oprah to raise your kids?
for one of our favorite segments on the show, state your case. Just warning, it might get a little heated in here. We've been fighting about this all day so far. Yep. But our boss Rory will introduce a topic. Michael and I will each have 20 seconds to give our opinion on it, and the audience will applaud. That's how we're going to know our victors. Yeah, and Rory, you're going to tell us who won after the applause, right? I'm going to tell you. Real quick, I want to tell you guys I'm never inviting either of you to one of my birthday parties. You both make a lot of money on TV so hook me up. These are heated topics, so we need the audience participation. What's the first topic? First topic, Sara, you're going to start. What celebrity would you choose to raise your kids? 20 seconds on the clock. State your case. Oprah. Everything she touches turns to gold. She's clearly well traveled. I want my kids to enjoy reading. She's got her own book club and the books are amaze balls and you don't have to scam the system to get your kid into college when you're Oprah because if they don't get in, she'll go build you a school. Amen. That was very -- that was very very -- that was a great case. 20 seconds for Michael. Don't screw this up. Here we go. The celebrity I would choose to raise my kids would be Sara Haines because I would love -- I would want my kids to be around somebody who has love, who is funny, who takes care of everybody around them and puts them before she puts herself, and so, Sara, you are the person that I would use -- Oh, you. You are so bad. That's a borderline move but I like it, I like it. Audience, who thinks Sara wins that debate? Who thinks Michael wins? Booyah! This is the first time I voted for you. One more topic here. We have one more topic. Oh, there's another one. I'm sweating up here, man. I can't fool the people again. This one's tricky. This one is tricky. Would you rather go back in time to meet your ancestors or go forward into the future to meet your grandchildren? Michael, you go first. 20 seconds on the clock. I would like to go forward in the future to meet my grandchildren just to see how the legacy of which I've taught my kids and what they've taught their kids is being carried on to make sure that my family stays strong, connected, together, and that they make the world a better place. I want to see where my family is going in the future, so I'm going forward. He came to play today, Sara. He sure did. You're up, 20 seconds, state your case. Okay, I'm going back to my ancestors. Have you seen "Back to the future"? Have you seen "Back to the future 2?" Enough said. It sucked! It sucked! Over time it gets better. All right, audience, who thinks Michael won that? Who thinks Sara won? I'm giving it to Sara. Every time we play this game it's a tie. You know what, you're right. It's a tie and we're out of time so we'll try next time.
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