Transcript for Sara's childhood friends' surprise
So, Sara, I wrapped this myself. Oh. That's a little bit of a lie but anyway it looks good. That's for you. You should open it right now. Let me help you. You said, don't shake it. I don't know if that's a joke. Oh, it's one of my high school friends. It's all of your high school friends. Yes. The meaning behind this, I know you're excited for this baby. Yes. But being pregnant right now, you can't go on the girls' trip that you all usually take. How do you know that? Because I know everything. It's the one year we have to put it on hold. One year we have on put it on hold. We're actually very good girls. We're very innocent. As we can see. "We're good girls." By the way, two of those women have five children. We weren't so innocent. But we didn't drink back in the day, so we were always the athletes. When we get together is it's so pure. I love it. When you said good girl, I'm looking at the audience saying, you've all been really good girls. You know what -- it was so special to us, but we didn't want you to miss out on all the fun. So -- Are you sending me to Iowa? No, we're not going to send you to Iowa. We don't have to send you to Iowa because we have some people here who want to see you. There you go, Sara! Oh, my god! Hello. Hello. Great to see you. Come on. Have a seat on the couch. These are the five-baby people. Oh, my gosh. Come on over and have a seat on the couch. Can we get -- we need some -- a lot of tears is going to be happening here. So, did we surprise you? Oh, my god, we can't even plan to be in the same place. You know what, they love you and this girls' trip is very special to all of you. So everybody came here to see you. And oh -- what does that mean? I don't even know. That means it's time for our "Lunch dish," everybody. Today's topic is, Sara. You're our topic for "Lunch dish" today. So here we go -- there we go. We're going to need those. So, Erin, I have a question for you, we all know Sara as the girl next door, right, we always see this sweet side. I can't imagine a bad side. So, is there a bad side to Sara? Not really. I mean, we were good kids. We were pretty innocent. But when middle school, Sara wanted to go out with a bang. Decided to show up at our Iowa school with a crop top on. Oh. That's kind of risque. What was the seventh grade ap English teacher? She's the one -- She under the you in. I have never been to the principal's office. And I got sent to the principal's office and my mom -- I either had to go home or my mom had to bring a shirt. So, Erin, question for you -- Emily, beside the crop top, what was her style back then? Oh, she had the best bangs. Let me tell you. I talked about those. She -- yeah, she had to get the curls just perfect and then she would just bring it up like this. And separate it. Separate it. Tease it. How much product? A lot, a lot. Very firm. Very firm, I like that. Can't wait. Very 1980s. Very 1980s. Stay away from an open flame, I
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