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good train wreck. >> people need to see tiger. >> have you talked to him yet, post scandal? >> let's talk to him. >> i think he's a breath of fresh air. >> he will get his on michael j. >> it was a blessing for me, my dui. welcome to "with all due
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respect." i'm robin meade. today we're taking a raw, unfiltered look at what had you talked in 2009. i'm talking, let's just let it all hang out. let me introduce you to some fellas whose mdle name should be frank. welcome the closer, dennis eckersley. his name is raising royalty. please welcome nascar legend, kyle eddie. >> house it going? hey. thank you. >> welcome. and there's only one, sir charles barclay.
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now, lord only knows what is going to happen in 2010 but we do know what had you talking in 2009. so, charles, go ahead, what do you think is the biggest story of 2009? >> the biggest story of the world right now is probably tiger woods. >> it is? >> it's a very difficult situation, very personal to me, but it's the biggest story of 2009. >> before we speak out more about 2009, let's bring out an outspoken man himself, please
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welcome spike lee. from politics to pop culture, 2009 was definitely the year of the scandal. >> the biggest scandal of 2009 was -- >> the biggest scandal of 2009 was -- >> tiger scandal. >> tiger woods. >> mark sanford. >> david letterman. >> rihanna and chris brown. >> definitely the aids scandal. >> bernie maid. >> tiger woods infill dell tea. >> can't these men keep their -- in their pants? >> it seems like every other sound bite there was about tiger woods. charles, you guys go way back and you've been friends for a long time. have you talked to him yet post scandal? >> i have not. that's probably been the most frustrating for me and all of his friends. nobody has -- >> michael. >> we're his friends and i want him to know that he has friends. we love him. we don't judge him.
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that's his personal business. and it's funny, it's not our business. i know people make money on you but i feel bad -- i feel bad for his wife. i've got to say that. >> so you're frustrated because you can't get access to him to help him? >> well, the one thing about fame and all of us are famous, you've got to have people around you that you can trust. fame has gotten a little bit different now. you know, there's so many people around you trying to make money. you know, you've got to be careful. like i use -- like let's take michael phelps. i'm not here -- i don't judge him for smoking pot, but one of his friends, friends, took a picture of him. we all know that if you can't smoke pot with your own friends, then they are not good friends. >> i can't use the bathroom and use a urinal --
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>> the tiger thing that we have that happened right now, do you think it would have happened to nicholas or palmer in '67, '68? >> no. >> so the media is to blame for it? >> the media is so relentless. and a monster has to be fed. they will do anything that they can to keep it fed. >> what was your initial reaction to hearing about tiger? >> shocked. and the stories are coming in and i hope that charms, that michael jordan, these guys get to him because we are just talking about this in the back room. and michael can't get to him and other people are making bad moves.
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>> i think when we have these fires, that i'll call them, you need to talk to somebody else who is famous that have been through things in their life. i don't think you can talk about it to your family and friends because your family and friends, they are not family. you need to be the talk. >> well -- >> he wanted this obviously to be a private affair. friends can't even get to him. but when it came to david letterman, he took his scandal to millions of viewers. >> i've had sex with women who work for me on this show. >> everybody love as great train wreck. if tiger had confronted it, we would be in a different place. some of it is self-induced. it's the handlers -- you have to go back and you have to take advice, like charles said, i think. you have to take advice from someone that has been there or someone that understands the pressure that you're feeling at this time. his handlers don't understand the pressure. his handlers don't --
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>> and stop worrying about >> i've had sex with women who work for me on this show. >> everybody love as great train wreck. if tiger had confronted it, we would be in a different place. some of it is self-induced. it's the handlers -- you have to go back and you have to take advice, like charles said, i think. you have to take advice from someone that has been there or
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someone that understands the pressure that you're feeling at this time. his handlers don't understand the pressure. his handlers don't -- >> and stop worrying about losing more money. >> it's all about the buck. he's put himself in a position with those handlers. he needs to call his friends, just as you say, charles. he needs to call his friends and say, what do i do next? how do i handle this? how do i confront this head on? >> you feel duped buy tiger woods? >> i do. i take offense. >> people need to see tiger. >> yes. when you apologize, you can't do it -- >> we have a beautiful lady here. what do you want to ask? >> sir charles. >> do it, mom.
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>> i want to know, i know you had a little problem with the law this year. are you still consider running for public office? i'm an alabama native and i'd love to see you run for governor. >> well, thank you. well, you know, it's interesting, i don't look at my dui as a problem. you know, it was a blessing for me. because i didn't kill nobody and i didn't kill myself. i got great love for the police therefore, it was one of their better nights. >> what do you mean?
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>> well. >> what do you mean in they pulled you over because of suspicion of dui. >> and i was. i already did the mug shot, i already did the fingerprint. police have been treating me fantastic all night and i say, sexually suggestive stuff that i thought i should be doing instead of -- after waiting on my ride and i says, whoo, this is not how i had planned on spending my night. i had planned on spending my night like this. and i was under arrest with total treatment was b.s. and i was rather disappointed and it made me really made. that's not what happened. that stuff happened outside. >> you were joking being the charms? >> yes. i know to never joke with them again. up next, kanye's rant, and leaf vie johnson be quiet already. that's what we're talking about and that's what we'll be talking about next.
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so, parents f., if your kids are around, you might want to ask them to leave the room.
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hi, welcome back to "all due respect." i'm robin meade. today we're looking back at the good, the bad, and the ugly of 2009. everywhere you look, people have no respect. >> what happened to that? >> the best example is certainly the woman from mexico with the
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upon knee tail takedown. >> i've never seen anything like that. >> definitely kanye west for what he said to taylor swift. >> what are you doing, man? >> he didn't mean to hug and a prescription. >> i would say lebron james at the playoff game. >> williams, it's sad. >> people, you need to calm down. >> you know, a person who needed to calm down a little bit was tennis champion, serena williams. she seemed to become unhinged for the first time in her career. john mack kin row did something similar. >> he did it constantly, constantly. serena has not. she has not done it constantly. this is out of character.
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and that's why they made such a big deal. and she got very personal. i think it's a lack of respect for the judge at that point in time. therefore, it's to keep control of the game and you've got to respect the rules of the game. >> oh, wait a minute. >> you don't have to respect the rules of the game? >> yeah, but how many times have you been kicked out of the game. i'm just saying, the lady was making bad calls and she got heated. >> she said something about stuffing the ball down her face, i think. >> because she's a woman she shouldn't do that? she's a great athlete. >> she should be able to event. i'm not saying that she shouldn't be able to vent. >> i don't think she should be able to threaten her -- >> when you step over that line, when you start pushing a guy, then that's it. >> i guarantee you that she is humiliated by this whole thing. >> but in the heat of the
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moment -- >> i've done some silly things. i'm sure you have -- >> charles, come on, baby. speak up for serena. >> when was the first melt down you had? >> i jumped across the table and chased to the roof. at that particular moment -- >> you want to talk about no respect, what in the world -- a lot of people were talking about the mtv awards. you don't jump up on stage and steal her moment. watch. >> i'm really happy for you. i'm going to let you finish. but beyonce has one of the best videos of all times. >> what is he thinking? >> he's a jerk. >> it's the thing to kind of voice his disapproval. usually it's about him not winning. >> what was it? american what? >> vma. wait a minute. vma. >> good point.
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>> who cares? >> being rude is one thing but no respect on the floor of congress. this has become sort of a lexicon now. you lie. beyonce has one of the best videos of all times. >> he better be drunk. >> that's all there is to it. >> it's been kind of the voice of disapproval and usually it's about him not winning. >> winning what? >> vma and mtv north william is behind kind of a lexicon now.
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>> the forms that i'm opposing would not apply to those who are here illegal. >> you lie. >> look at nancy's face. >> of all of the examples of disrespect that we've shown, to me that's the biggest one because you're talking about music, sports -- >> audience? >> we're talking about the united states of america and stuff that directly impacts their lives. >> sitting here staring at kyle's upon knee tail, it reminds me of another case of no respect and i want to show you guy this is tape. okay? the elbow and upon knee tail and all-out girl soccer game, two pieces of tape here. girls behaving badly. all right. spike, they got over 20 million hits on youtube combined with this piece of tape. are we fascinated or what is the deal? why are we so enthralled with
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this? >> because america is the most violent country. we have more shootings, killings, more guns, than any other country ever. chris brown's road should be a long, long road to get a second chance. >> kyle said it earlier when we were watching the jersey thing. people said, what do you think of the rihanna and chris brown thing?
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i says, you can never hit a woman. then they're like, what else? there's nothing else. you can never hit a woman. thank you so much. you've been wonderful. hasn't he? >> you want to see the fat charles barclay?
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welcome back to "with all due respect." welcome back. nice to have you guys here. so we're talking fame and while some achieved it in 2009, others were so desperate for their first 15 minutes of fame, it was like they were jumping up and down saying, look at me. look at me. >> why does everybody have to be
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famous? >> everybody wants the light shining on them like i have right now. >> reality is the girls next door. >> octomom is kind of hot. >> the white house crashers. i think it's hilarious that the secret service missed it. >> i thought it was funny and i watched the whole entire thing. >> it's shameless, what people do, to bring your kids into it make it is like through the roof
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what was your reaction to the whole balloon boy incident? >> it make it is through the roof for me. and it's insane and it's like what are you thinking? >> that's how he felt and what was the moment that undid the whole thing? >> why didn't you come out? >> um -- eric says that we did this for a show. [ laughter ] >> did you see the dad's face? it's like no. >> are the kids the only ones left that don't know how to lie and thank goodness for that? >> they speak the truth.
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it's crazy. daddy, you said because we could make some money. >> all right. >> i always thought balloon boy was like charles barclay. >> all we have to do is wrap him up in aluminum foil. >> you know n. just two days, more than a million people watched this clip from a new show called "new jersey shore." and they claim that some people will do anything for money and have proved it. >> i never saw that. >> tell me your reaction.
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>> my reaction is, somebody should have jumped up and whipped that guy's. [ bleep ] to be honest with you. >> here's the deal. you shouldn't hit a woman. you shouldn't hit a woman. i was just raised that, you know, you don't hit kids with glasses and you don't hit women. make sure you take off their glasses. that's just incredible. that's not entertainment at all. i don't care who watched it on tv. >> it's ludicrous. it's outrageous. >> and our audience member has a question. >> what is next door to reality tv. >> like how far are we going to go, basically? now what is going to get people's attention in. >> i don't know. hopefully the next thing for reality television is that it's taking off our airwaves. i think it's a waste of time. i really don't want to be involved in anybody's lifelike that. >> but, come on, didn't you watch a reality show?
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come on. >> my guilty pleasure housewives of atlanta. >> but you just said you wanted it taken off, anthony. >> i'm sorry? >> you just said you wanted it taken off. >> i will watch the final season. before they take it off the air. i like nina, yeah. >> i like nina and -- take it all off except the "the housewives of atlanta." >> what about kim? >> she's the blond one with the wig. >> i like orange county. i blame it on my wife. the next thing you know, i'm watching this stuff. >> sure, dennis. >> the thing about it, is it really reality tv because it's really scripted. it's like we're watching this play act. it's not really reality tv. meanwhile, i have to admit that i've watched a few. let's talk about the white house party crashers.
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is this worthy of a congressional hearing, the fact that they crashed the party? they said they didn't. they said that they were invited. charles? >> well, i don't trust congress as far as i can throw them. they waste their time on baseball and now bcs, this to me clearly is something serious because somebody could have hurt the president but these two people they are really just trying to be a somebody. you know, and. >> and what is your name? >> joe hubbard. >> who do you want to ask your question to? >> charles right there. i want to know if you think
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octomom deserved all of the attention that she got. >> you know, that's a perfect example of like, are you kidding me? are you kidding me? but, see, these people who made money, these entertainment tonight and insider and shows like that and these magazines, they forced -- like when robin asked that question, we don't want that crap. like kyle said, is the kid all right?
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yes. don't talk about octomom. and that other couple, jon and kate. >> oh, yeah. >> first of all, if you follow jon and kate -- first of all, i want you to know i have no disrespect for any dislike for any of these people. but why would you want to watch a show about a man and a woman and their eight kids? >> don't you watch reality shows? >> i want them to bring me a show called pookie and shameka. >> they've got that. >> that's the show i want to see. >> i thought a saw a promo for lil wayne's and his girls. >> and tiny. >> yeah. >> see, you know all of the names. >> anthony, we want to thank you so much for being here. you've been awesome. thank you so much. we'll be right back.
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dog lover playing safety will get his arm bit
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welcome back to "with all due respect." one show that has everybody talking right now is modern family eric stonestreet. watch. >> cam, don't be mad. >> oh. cam. >> i've known i've wanted to be a clown since i found out clowns were just people with makeup. >> would you please welcome eric
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stonestreet. before we get started, i love this story about eric and that he actually tried out two times for -- to be a clown for wrigley brothers and they said no. >> they said no both times. >> 2009 was littered with comebacks. some, they were good. and others, i think the jury is still out. >> why can't people just stay gone? >> i don't care if he's the most amazing football player in the world. he hurt -- chris brown is an idiot. >> to beat up the most beautiful woman in the world. >> you cannot hit a girl.
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>> he's a poster boy for domestic violence. >> whitney houston is an inspiration. >> i'm glad she's back. >> are you retiring? not retiring? coming back or not coming back? make up your mind and let's get on with it. >> all right. let's start with eric. thank you for being here, by the way. everybody is talking about the brett favre comeback. why are we so fascinated with that comeback? >> because he's having a killer season, first and foremost. i think because he's 40 -- >> old in the world of sports. >> old in the world of sports. >> and a little more interesting i think if he was a 23-year-old athlete in his prime, people wouldn't be talking about it as much. but brett favre is arguably the
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toughest best quarterback to ever play the game and he's having an incredible season. when the green bay packers decided it was time to bring in aaron rogers and kind of push him out a little bit. so -- >> do you think people want to see him fail, dennis, or is that just human nature? >> i would be the first -- i try to say that i'm fair and objective but sometimes, you know, for him, for instance, he's so overexposed -- anybody that gets so overexposed after a while it's like, what is it with this guy? >> is it because he's really great? >> it's not his fault.
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i'm just saying he's overexposed. that's not a good example. i see somebody and i think, i've had enough of this guy and he you know brett favre i mean people want him to fail and just the people they suck it's time to go. if you talk to any guy that's played the game where you start playing against guys who you know can't play bad and they are beating you like a drum it's time to go home. >> dennis, when did you know that it was time to leave for
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you? >> when you talk about beating like a drum, that was tough. the last few years were tough. and i'm jealous and my act is done. and like you suck. but when i was younger, i used to always say, why are these guys hanging on. and then you said to yourself, okay i'm going to get this summer and work really hard and go to spring training. you say i'm going to have one more shine in light. i'm going to have one more good season. there's a light at the end of the tunnel and there's a train. yeah. >> let's talk about a comeback. they had nothing to do with a chair.
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michael vick. charles, should disgraced sports stars like that be allowed to come back in the game? >> sure. everybody sdedeserves -- that's the one thing that disappoints me. nobody ever made any mistakes. it drives me crazy. >> but i think the deal with vick is a little he bit different. my point is this. he served his debt to society. >> yes. >> he served his debt. does he deserve a second chance? >> no question. >> you know, it's going to be specific and athletes in the spotlight or of life, they can't
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be punished. >> that's what happens when athletes make a mistake like we all do. they pay their debt to society and why should they then be punished and play a sport on top of that. >> he also said that he wanted to get a new dog. i have a picture. >> i mean, would you even let him walk that dog? >> here's why i would let michael vick walk my dog. i think it's the same thing as flying in on the same day that it crashes. nobody is better equipped to walk my dad than michael vick. >> everyone has their eyes on them. they will be well taken care of. >> what about chris brown. >> they can never hit a woman.
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>> that's what matters. >> do you think there's a second chance? >> do you say your prayers at night and everybody deserves a second chance. now, some people's roads is going to be a second chance. everybody deserves a second chance. >> kyle said it earlier. we were watching the jersey thing. is people said what do you think of the rihanna and chris brown thing? i said, you can't never hit a woman. then they're like, what else? i said, there's nothing else. >> that's what i said. he should learn to pick on someone his own gender. >> exactly, exactly.
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>> eric stonestreet, i think with that, thank you so much for being here. great job. >> thank you, man. >> we'll be right back.
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