'Happy Handbook' Special

Dear Friends of "FOX & Friends,"

It's the end of the week and as we set our sights on the weekend, let me give you an assignment: There's a television show running this weekend, and it's something I'd love to have you take a gander at. It's "The Mr. & Mrs. Happy Handbook Special" and of course, it's based on my book.

Thousands of you have read the book and I love reading your reviews. (Thanks!) The special follows the basic theme of the book, which is discovering the secret to a happy marriage. But there's more to it than that. The weekend special has a number of celebrities and regular folks, who are not featured in the book (added value for you, the home viewer.)

Mitt and Ann Romney talk about their 38-year marriage, and the ONE THING they argue about. Trust me, it's the first time I've ever heard this one, and you'll love it! Lynne Cheney talks about how she and the vice president hooked up in science class in high school, while Lisa Hartman and Clint Black discuss how they really did have love at first sight! And Geraldo and Erica Rivera admit to a perfectly fantastic marriage, even though he is much older than she is. Their story is absolutely wonderful and you'll see a side of Geraldo you have never seen on television before!

Then there are a couple of regular folks who spill the beans on marriage — including my friends Todd and Madeline, who after his colonoscopy (when he was really drugged up) asked him the ONE QUESTION every woman wants to know… and no it's not, "Did you have an affair?" It's better than that.

And Jack and Mary Vossler: He's a saver, she's a spender, and see her reaction when her cheap husband buried his own mother in a wholesale casket! Voice from beyond... "For this I breastfed seven years?"

The special is Saturday and Sunday at 4 p.m. ET. If you can't watch it, I hope you'll tape or DVR it and watch it later. It really is the perfect show for Valentine's week! Let me know how you like it!

Have a great weekend and see you real soon.

Steve Doocy
Mr. Happy

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