Here is what's on tap for Thanksgiving:
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
After a four-year break, the United Nations weapons inspectors are at it again hunting for Saddam's deadly weapons. So far Saddam hasn't caused problems but there are still hundreds of sites to search. Are there hidden dangers on the mission? James Dunnigan, military expect and head of Strategypage.com, weighs in.
The Saudis say they're on our side. In fact they claim to be very committed to the war on terror. But is their support really genuine? We'll ask former Green Beret and FOX News military analyst Major Bob Bevelacqua.
Plus, get last minute Thanksgiving cooking tips from www.foodstyler.com's Robert Yamarone.
And, we'll be joined by the world-famous Mr. Monopoly.
Don't miss a moment with us!
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