'The Five' exchange Secret Santa gifts

Kimberly, Juan, Eric, Dana and Greg spread holiday cheer


This is a rush transcript from "The Five," December 26, 2016. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

JUAN WILLIAMS, CO-HOST: Hello, everyone, Merry Christmas. I'm Juan Williams along with Kimberly Guilfoyle, Eric Bolling, Dana Perino, and Greg Gutfeld. Its 5:00 in New York City and this is "The Five."

Welcome to our Christmas special. We're so glad you are able to join us tonight. We've got a big show ahead. Santa stopped by a little while ago to drop off some presents for us. We're going to open them later this hour, but before we do, we want to reflect back on this remarkable year 2016. We made a lot of new memories together here on "The Five," particularly during our two-week road trip to the convention. So, grab some eggnog. It's time for our road trip rewind.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The driver's name is Glen.

DANA PERINO, CO-HOST: I could put Greg on the spot. He might not do it but he actually wrote a country song.

GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: No, you don't want me to do it now. I once met a girl I just couldn't quit her then she left me found out on twitter



GUTFELD: Oh, my head can't get any further.


PERINO: This is Greg Gutfeld learning how to milk a goat. Charity.

GUILFOYLE: This is harder than a Friday night date. I'll tell you that much.

WILLIAMS: We're here at the Columbus zoo, feeding these lovely giraffes.

PERINO: Okay. Hi.

PERINO: We are live in Cleveland. We arrived a few hours ago after a very fun -- believe me, fun, two days on the road.

ERIC BOLLING, CO-HOST: Day one of the Republican National Convention.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: All those in favor say aye.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: All those opposed no. The ayes have it.

GUTFELD: What's it like on -- on the water and not being able to see anything?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It's a wild ride. Being out here on the water gives me the ability to, you know, to have freedom.

GUTFELD: Republican delegates are about to nominate Donald Trump.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It's my honor to be able to throw Donald Trump over the top. Congratulations, dad. We love you!

WILLIAMS: Night three of the RNC convention here.

GUTFELD: When Marco Rubio speaks tonight, I actually brought him --


GUTFELD: Two large hams. Give me a hand, everybody.

WILLIAMS: How you can be in Ohio and not come to Canton, Ohio, the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

Locked and loaded, ready to play.


GUILFOYLE: Tonight's the night. We are just a few hours away from Donald Trump's shining moment.

DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT-ELECT: I humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the United States.


BOLLING: It's amazing. This is the ballpark I didn't get quite to.

PERINO: Oh my Gid, it's Eric Bolling.


BOLLING: It's day one of the Democratic National Convention but the city of brotherly love not so brotherly.


BOLLING: What's up with the shirt?

GUTFELD: Oh, this is the "I'm with her shirt" but I am wearing it because I like to change it to I'm with herb.

GUILFOYLE: We are moments away from the roll call of the states to officially nominate Hillary Clinton for president.

BERNIE SANDERS, FORMER PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: I move that Hillary Clinton be selected as the nominee of the Democratic Party.

WILLIAMS: Its Hillary's big moment on the final day of the Democratic Convention.




WILLIAMS: We're going to see you in New York City tomorrow.

GUTFELD: Come on you guys. I want to go home.

BOLLING: That's a wrap, Philly.


Leave the (inaudible) thing. Leave the (inaudible) thing.

GUILFOYLE: Right. We want to take free stuff.



WILLIAMS: Gregory, what happened to the "I'm with her" t-shirts? I mean they're valuable now.

GUTFELD: I think they're actually in a third world country. You know where all the losing teams clothing goes? They all end up somewhere else. There's about a million "I'm with her" shirts --

BOLLING: The soccer balls.

GUTFELD: Me (ph) with the soccer balls -- you know the one thing we didn't talk -- we didn't show know enough of was what happened inside the bus, what happens with, you know, with the road trip.

PERINO: Oh, wow.

GUTFELD: Well, I mean --

GUILFOYLE: What happens on the bus stays on the bus.

GUTFELD: There are some things you can't do on the bus, which is why when you go on a road trip, always do a low residue diet.

PERINO: What does that mean?

GUTFELD: That means no spicy foods, no fiber, caffeine, things that make you do number two.

GUILFOYLE: All you did was drink red wine.


WILLIAMS: But Dana, there was that touching moment with the veterans on the water in Cleveland.

PERINO: Yes. And actually, what's interesting is that Steven was the young man we saw that Greg was talking to. And a few months later, I was at an event doing a speech and I actually saw him again.

WILLIAMS: Well we're going to come back to that because it was such an amazing moment. Eric, you know, I was watching you and I was thinking, man, Eric, this played out for you. I mean you were so positive during that Republican convention. I'm going to say I was not. But when you look back on it, do you have a highlight?

BOLLING: I think the actual -- when he was nominated and Donald Trump came out and the speech and I happen to be like right in the front of --

GUILFOYLE: You were on the floor.

BOLLING: -- on the floor right on front of the stage when they came out. The balloons came down and, you know, Trump came out and he pointed to me and he gave me a thumbs up and then the family came out. It was just -- it was a moment of like --

GUTFELD: That didn't happen.

BOLLING: I have a video.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: He's going to show the video.

WILLIAMS: I got to see that.

BOLLING: I have the video. Gather around and I'll show you the video.

WILLIAMS: Now boys, boys, its Christmas. We have to get along.

BOLLING: I will show you video. You don't believe this --

WILLIAMS: All right, but anyway, while you do that, let me ask Ms. Guilfoyle --

GUILFOYLE: All he want to do was like sitting on Santa's lap. It was so exciting.

WILLIAMS: But Kimberly -- Kimberly, I think you had several moments. I remember standing with you --

BOLLING: OK, here it is.

WILLIAMS: In a convention hall --

BOLLING: I found it.

WILLIAMS: All right, hold on. And there were a group of -- I believe they were Ohio National Security --

GUILFOYLE: Homeland Security. It was all the security detail there. I took pictures with them. They brought me to a secret location. There were 40 men there. Oh, my gosh --

PERINO: That was a good moment.

GUILFOYLE: That's called KG's heaven.

WILLIAMS: Well, but, let me just tell you something. It was heaven for them. They got a thrill out of meeting you.

GUILFOYLE: Thank you. You are very sweet.

WILLIAMS: You are stuck on them.


GUTFELD: I have to see this. There you go. He did it. That was you. I stand corrected.

BOLLING: And every one of them comes by.


BOLLING: I took a lot of heat for that. For a time, it was a moment.

GUILFOYLE: And he did, he (inaudible) to me --

WILLIAMS: These are good boys and girls, everybody.

PERINO: You're like those people at the state of the union.

WILLIAMS: All right, we spent a lot of time on the road together this election, as you can tell. In February, we went to New Hampshire to cover the first in the nation primary. So, we decided to hold a race of our own to try to predict the outcome of the GOP contest there.


PERINO: Welcome back to "The Five." It's going to be the best segment in all of New Hampshire because the five of us are going to pick the top five candidates. We don't know who we we're going to have, and then we're going to slide down this hill. Greg's never been sledding before.

It's his first time. And whoever wins down there at the bottom, that's our prediction of who's going to win tonight's election. So here we go. Randomly handing them out. KG is a competitor. Juan thinks he is going to win. You know that Bolling is an athlete. Who's got the -- who do you got KG?

GUILFOYLE: (Inaudible) in Ohio, John Kasich right here. I'm going to take the victory in New Hampshire baby.

PERINO: I got Cruz.

BOLLING: I got Trump.

PERINO: It was random. Rubio.


PERINO: All right. Ted Cruz, you are mine. All right, are you ready?

GUTFELD: I bet he dreamt of that.

PERINO: On your mark.


PERINO: I'm not cheating. OK. On your mark --

GUILFOYLE: Wait, why are you already like that? We're going head first?



UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Who do you have?



PERINO: On your marks. Get set. Go!


PERIO: You have to touch the camera.



I did.

WILLIAMS: Oh, my goodness.

GUILFOYLE: Oh, my gosh.

GUTFELD: I hate to see that there are people standing with coffee when I just got here.


PERINO: Ted Cruz for the win, no, did Trump win?

BOLLING: Trump won.

PERINO: Trump won. Congratulations, Donald Trump, you heard it here first.

GUTFELD: We need to build a wall around him.

BOLLNG: Cruz came in second?

PERINO: Cruz came in second, it's unbelievable.

BOLLING: And who's third?

GUILFOYLE: I beat Greg. Kasich. Ohio

GUTFELD: No, I beat you. I was here.



BOLLING: Bush came in third.

PERINO: All right. That's it for us.


GUTFELD: I just like to say that this whole exercise is racist. Look at the snow. White.



GUILFOYLE: Oh, my god.

WILLIAMS: Kimberly.

GUILFOYLE: That was so brutal. Let me tell you something, you helped me. Bolling pulled me over the edge. You helped me back up. I was so nervous. I was trying to pull my pants up. They did not fit. I ended up with ice down them. I didn't know what I was doing. I should have like watched a YouTube video.

WILLIAMS: But you're a California girl.

GUILFOYLE: I don't know what happened. I had never even seen snow since until I came to New York.

BOLLING: Both the FBI and the CIA has confirmed that that was not rigged. That was a sleigh --

PERINO: The Russians didn't hack it.

WILLIAMS: I don't know. Are you sure Jim Comey wasn't there giving you a little --

GUILFOYLE: We did a recount and he got 30 more votes.

WILLIAMS: Well, you know what --

PERINO: The best thing was when I convinced all of you to do it, do you remember?

WILLIAMS: That's what I was thinking.

GUILFOYLE: And we didn't know. You're an assassin (ph).

PERINO: It was the night before and I had been on air and you guys had you been at the restaurant. And then we meet back up and it was snowing and nobody had boots or anything. And we decided -- well, I had this idea like what if we all went sledding and we can decide who won? We should have known then. I said, you heard it here first, and Donald Trump went on to win.

GUILFOYLE: And by the way, no one knew you're like a snow assassin. You're really good at this. And you did a practice run too. She's a killer. Don't ever bet against Perino. I love it.

WILLIAMS: That was the first time you went sledding?

GUTFELD: Yes. And I would like to thank my low residue diet.

GUILFOYLE: Too bad you came in last place.

WLLIAMS: Think of the sled.


GUILFOYLE: Last place.

GUTFELD: The sled should thank me for the low residue diet.

GUILFOYLE: Let me see your hands. You were Rubio, right?

WILLIAMS: All right, much more to come on "The Five's" Christmas special. Next, we pay tribute to 40 American heroes. The heroes of Flight 93. We'll look back on Dana's visit to the national memorial for Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Please stay tuned.


PERINO: This Christmas, we're taking a look back at some of the most memorable moments on "The Five" over the past year. For me, that was a visit I took to the national memorial for Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania to commemorate the 15th anniversary of 9/11.



PERINO: Thanks for having us to this amazing memorial. I've always wanted to come because having worked in Washington and having had so many friends working in the capital at the time, this flight to me makes me extremely emotional.

STEPHEN CLARK, SUPERINTENDENT, NATIONAL PARKS OF WESTERN P.A.: When you think about the brave actions of these men and women on that particular morning, it really kind of culminates with this tremendous 2,200 acre memorial.

PERINO: I wonder if you can maybe show me a little bit of how this turned out.

CLARK: I'd be honored do so. Here along the flight path, it shows at 8:46, American Airlines flight 11, this was the first plane that went into the tower. And it was at this point throughout America I think we could all agree that people really weren't sure what was happening.

United Airlines Flight 175 crashed into the south tower at precisely 9:03 and two seconds. So I think at that point, we all knew that America was really under attack. The men and women on flight 93 had the ability to communicate with loved ones and others from the outside. So they were receiving information in real time. They looked at one another and said, we're not going back to an airport.

PERINO: And it's at that site of that boulder which is where it finally crashed.

Kenny, thanks for being willing to talk to me. Your brother was on the flight.

KENNY NACKE, BROTHER OF ONE OF THE VICTIM: Yes. Louis Joseph Nacke, II. We called him Joey.

PERINO: So this is the final resting place.

NACKE: Yes. This is where I truly believe the spirit of the 40 heroes of Flight 93 are.

PERINO: What heroes.

NACKE: It just amazes me that 40 individuals from all walks of life had an opportunity that were put in such a situation that no one is trained for. People coming together for getting the information and putting it together. Then the most democratic thing that we have in our country, the right to vote, and they vote on a plan.

PERINO: While terrorists are --

NACKE: Are watching it.

PERINO: -- piloting their plane.

NACKE: And then they kick it off. They execute the plan. And they prevent that plane from striking its intended target. I don't think when they started their assault that they thought they were going to lose.


NACKED: I think they had all the drive in to go home and have dinner with their families.

PERINO: President Bush said it was the first act of counterterrorism in the war on terror.


GEORGE W. BUSH, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: With their brave decision, they launched the first counter offensive on the war on terror. The most likely target of the hijacked plane was the United States Capitol. We'll never know how many innocent people might have been lost.


NACKE: First battle won because they didn't reach their intended target.

PERINO: Right.

NACKE: They took their lives, their destiny in their own hands, and they said, "Not today, not tomorrow, not ever."

PERINO: Do you feel pride?

NACKE: Oh, more than that. It's hard. I keep waiting for Joey and all of them to walk out of the trees, and they'll dust themselves off.

PERINO: You said you shed your last tear.

NACKE: I did, didn't I?

Joey was an amazing dad, husband, brother, cousin, and a friend.

PERINO: And patriot.


PERINO: Citizen.

NACKE: Very well said.

PERINO: This is him?

NACKE: Yes, that's him. You know it's -- I always come by here and rub my -- my hand back and forth, just to let him know I'm here.

PERINO: I'm here with Park Ranger Robert Franz. What is the most frequently asked question that you get?

ROBERT FRANZ, PARK RANGER, FLIGHT 93 NATIONAL MEMORIAL: Why did we fill in that impact site? Because when the FBI had finished with the investigation, it looked nothing like it did on September 11th, 2001.

They turned the site over to the coroner and he looks at those large piles of dirt. He's gathered about 8 percent of the remains but he realizes he'll never gather anymore. That earth there, those piles of earth are their final resting place. So, the question, why did they fill it in? That's why.

PERINO: It's sacred ground.

FRANZ: It is.

PERINO: One of the things President Bush said in 2011 is that we have a duty to remember and a duty to live.


BUSH: We have a duty beyond memory. We have a duty to live our lives in a way that upholds the ideals for which the men and women gave their lives.


PERINO: You probably have younger people come. How do you help them understand the importance of the site and the historical significance of it?

FRANZ: I hope to plant a seed because one day, I say, I won't be here to tell the story. And hopefully, one day, one of them will be because it's a story that has to be told.


PERINO: Flight 93, Kimberly, always takes my breath away. The bravery of it, what it symbolizes in terms the first act in the war on terrorism to counter the evil that we are -- that has come to us. And one of the things about Shanksville is that you actually have to make an effort to go there.

It's likely in your life that through business or travel you will come to New York or Washington, D.C. and you can visit those memorials, but I wanted to encourage people to try to make an effort to go to Shanksville. I know I have never been before I had a chance to go there.

GUILFOYLE: And you always wanted to go and I think it probably brought everything full circle for you. I mean this is very emotional every time I see it. The journey that you took there, the people you spoke with.

It really brings it home what it means to be an American, to make the ultimate sacrifice and the people that have fought for liberty for our country and for our freedom. Defending it for years and years through so many countless wars, you really think about that and it puts everything in perspective in life.

PERINO: So it is a national park and Greg, the park service director, he pointed out that you over the years always talk about flight 93 and that was something that they remembered about you.

GUTFELD: Well, I kept -- whenever we talk about terror, I always use the phrase, think like 93, that you know -- there's a group of people -- probably the most heroic act in my lifetime. I don't know -- they overcame fear. They overcame panic. Physical barriers. The disorientation of being on a plummeting jet in space.

They overcame all of these barriers to save untold numbers of people, including possibly a president, and they knew they did this knowing they were going to die. And that's the kind of mentality you need at a disco in Miami, at a rock club in Pari, you know -- at a community center in Santa Barbara. You need to have that mentality.

BOLLING: Or at a side line in a football game when some punk decides to take a knee instead of standing for the national anthem. These people represented Americans. They knew that they were going to give their lives to save other Americans. That's the American spirit right there.

And I would just very quickly, watching the World Trade Center -- I saw that go down, thinking when the Pentagon was attacked I thought, (inaudible) but then when Shanksville happened, when Flight 93 happened, I realized this was bigger than anything we could possibly imagine and thank God we have people like the people who were on Flight 93.

I bet you a lot of us, a lot more people would do the exact same thing in the situation. That's what you have to ask yourself. What would I do?

GUILFOYLE: Yes, and you dream that God bless their families who still live with this every day.

PERINO: And something that people might not remember about that flight is that they -- the passengers won -- they actually took a vote. The most American thing you can do. They took a vote.

WILLIAMS: In this Christmas season, I think we all look back on relatives that have gone. In this case, you look back on fellow Americans that are gone and have done us proud in such an emotional and direct way that we can understand.

I just am struck whenever I see the memorial down at Ground Zero here in New York or walk over to the Pentagon and just remember where I was that day and it gets me emotional. So this Christmas season I think when you look back this part of the Christmas spirit that talks about relatives that have gone by but also patriots this Christmas.

PERINO: Well as you said, that is a story that needs to be told and told every year. Stay with us as we pay more tribute to more American heroes. Ahead, prepare to be inspired by wounded warriors who refuse to let their disabilities keep them from living life to the fullest. Join us as we go paddling with patriots. That's next.


DOUG MCKELWAY, WASHINGTON, D.C. CORRESPONDENT, FOX NEWS: This is a Fox News break. I'm Doug McKelway in Washington. One Israeli cabinet member said the government feels betrayed, frustrated, and angry following the abstention by the United States that cleared the way for United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements.

President-elect Trump has promised relations will be different following his inauguration. The Israeli ambassador to the United Nations will join me live in studio right here at 6:00 p.m.

Nearly 4,000 people and 45 ships are scouring the Black Sea looking for the wreckage of a Russian military plane that crashed on Christmas day. The cause is still under investigation.

President-elect Trump has announced that he plans to shut down his foundation in order to mitigate concerns of conflicts of interest. The U.S. attorney general says the charity will be forced to remain open until his investigation is over.

I'm Doug McElway in Washington. Join me tonight at 6 p.m. Eastern for "Special Report." Now back to a Christmas edition of "The Five."

GUTFELD: When the five of us were in Cleveland this summer for the Republican convention, Dana and I took a side trip to watch a tournament of races on the Cuyahoga River hosted by Team River Runner. The competitors were wounded vets, operating kayaks designed for heroes who've lost limbs or experienced other injuries in combat. They refuse to let their disabilities change their lives and encourage us to do the same.


PERINO: All right, Senator Portman, tell us a little bit about Paddling for Patriots. You've been involved a long time.

SEN. ROB PORTMAN (R), OHIO: It's a fantastic group. They help some of our returning veterans, wounded warriors, and it's a classic support group where they help, you know, guys to work with each other to help each other. But it goes beyond that. It's about self-esteem and self-confidence.

A lot of these guys were great athletes, and they sustained some serious injuries, so they can't, you know, play football or basketball, whatever. But boy, they can get in the kayak.

PERINO: This is our event.

GRIFF JENKINS, FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT: Well, listen. Any of this for veterans needs all the love it can get.

PERINO: That's true, that's true.

JENKINS: That's why we're here.

PERINO: Good to see you, Griff.

JENKINS: Likewise. Let's get out there. It's good.

PERINO: Good to be here.

JENKINS: You're getting out there, too? Right?

PERINO: Of course I'm getting out. I'm not a bad kayaker, to be honest.

JENKINS: Good. Have you met some of the vets?

PERINO: No, but we're heading there.

GUTFELD: Let's do that.

JENKINS: Go get 'em.

GUTFELD: So Steve, I know this is a very dumb question, because it says "blind kayaker." Could you tell me what your injury is?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: No. Yes, no. I lost my sight during combat operations in Iraq eight years ago. On May 13, 2008.

GUTFELD: Wow. Thank you for your service. I have to ask you, what's it like on the -- on the water and not being able to see anything? Obvious question.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It's a wild ride.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I mean, I really -- the best way I can put it, as someone with a so-called disability, being out here on the water gives me the ability to, you know, to have freedom.

Moving is living, and the world still, I stare into a still world and I could complain and dwell on staring in the darkness. It's really important to just keep moving forward.


What's up, Ryan?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Nothing much. How's it going?

GUTFELD: Good to see you here. I just strolled in with this young lady. We just happen to be, you know, on the river and thought we'd say hi.

PERINO: You were in the Army?


PERINO: And in 2006 you sustained injuries? Can you describe them?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I'm a bilateral amputee, so I lost both my legs and several digits on my left hand. And had some internal injuries.

PERINO: If there were wounded warriors who were watching this, who might not be as active as you are right now, what might you tell them?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I would say try something new. Get on the water. Kayak. You'll -- it will change your life. It's definitely changed mine.

GUTFELD: Ugh. Nothing like being out on the open water. I bet you didn't know I was a seaman. I've got a lot of experience doing this sort of thing. Hard work, though, I've got to tell you.

Think I'm really in the water? I'm not really in the water. I don't like water.

So Dana, do you know why the elephant is red?

PERINO: No, I don't know why the elephant is red. Greg, why is the elephant red?

GUTFELD: Because it's embarrassed. Actually, an elephant is known, because it never forgets, and it is important that we never forget...

PERINO: Never forget.

GUTFELD: ... about our veterans.

PERINO: Never forget.

GUTFELD: And about the contributions that they make to preserve our freedoms.


GUTFELD: I can ruin a segment with a bad joke any time. Make sure to go...

PERINO: Funnier at the time.

GUTFELD: It was funnier at the time. Go to if you want to volunteer, donate or find out more.

Dana, these guys have more hobbies than I do.

PERINO: Absolutely. And the volunteers are amazing. So they have these all across America. So if you're interested in volunteering in some way, you can actually take a sport that you love and help a veteran. It's amazing.

BOLLING: Very quickly, and skiing is another one. We go skiing a lot, and quite a few...


BOLLING: It's such a great thing, the volunteers that help wounded warriors, wounded people, heroes, help them get through the skiing up and down.

By the way, make way, also -- right? -- when there's someone who's got a disability. Let them cut the line, please.

WILLIAMS: You know what was striking to me was I was recalling how much fun we had at the Cleveland convention versus the Philadelphia convention. I just think the way they had it set up and the way it rolled was a whole lot more fun. And we were able to get out and do things like go kayaking.

GUTFELD: Yes. You couldn't go kayaking in Philadelphia.


GUILFOYLE: I think this is a great memorable moment, really bringing home, especially at the holidays, about the tremendous service. And as you see physically there, the sacrifice that these wounded warriors have made.

And look at, Greg, at their positive attitude. You could learn a lot from that.

GUTFELD: I know. But it won't change me. I'll be a sour puss.

Up next, more flashback moments from 2016 on "The Five." Plus, our annual secret Santa reveal. Don't go away.



BOLLING: Welcome back to "The Five's" Christmas special. We love that music.

It's been another exciting and busy year. Here are more flashbacks from 2016.


GUILFOYLE: Hello, everyone. I'm Kimberly Guilfoyle.

BOLLING: I'm Eric Bolling.

PERINO: I'm Dana Perino.

GUTFELD: I'm Greg Gutfeld.

WILLIAMS: And I'm Juan Williams.

BOLLING: It's 5 p.m. in New York City.

PERINO: And this is "The Five."

WILLIAMS: The five of us are back together again.

PERINO: Oh, no!

GUTFELD: I think my head is going to explode.

GUILFOYLE: Hello, everyone. Happy caucus day.

It's 5 p.m. in New York City, 4 p.m. here in Des Moines, and this is "The Five."

WILLIAMS: Hi, guys. Look at this.


WILLIAMS: I know this is -- politically, Greg, you're going to love this, because...

GUTFELD: Bernie Sanders?

WILLIAMS: It's Bernie, Bernie, Bernie, Bernie.

GUILFOYLE: Oh, my God.

WILLIAMS: Look at that.

BOLLING: Happy five-year anniversary.

WILLIAMS: Happy anniversary.

BOLLING: We are outside on the plaza at FOX News headquarters, helping kick off FOX fan weekend. We're very excited to see our wonderful fans here with us.

PERINO: Welcome to "The Five," live from Hofstra University.

GUILFOYLE: Hello, everyone. It's debate night and disco night here on "The Five." It's 2 p.m. in Vegas, baby, and this is "The five."

GUTFELD: WikiLeaks leaked an e-mail that had Juan's personal phone number on. So I have been answering the phone for Juan.

WILLIAMS: Yes, he has.

GUTFELD: For the last couple of hours, and it might be the funnest thing I've ever done.

BOLLING: Election day in America, and this is "The Five."

Congratulations, everybody.

PERINO: We made it. We made it.

BOLLING: We're still together.

GUILFOYLE: I love me some Chris Wallace. Good one. That was great.


GUILFOYLE: I'm giving myself a feast on this, "Kimberly's Food Court."

The smell of delicious bacon. I'm about to eat it all.




GUILFOYLE: I hear you. I feel you.

OK. Time for "Kimberly's Royal News." Everybody, Greg especially, royal cuteness alert here, people.

The No. 1 tip that I'll give you is feed your woman.

GUTFELD: I've never heard of this tip, Kimberly.

GUILFOYLE: The blue skies came out to warm the green hearts. Everybody's feeling themself a little Irish today.

I would have these green shakes, but now they're watering them down.

GUTFELD: But you don't even know the name of it, Kimberly.


GUTFELD: No. It's called a Shamrock Shake.

GUILFOYLE: Whatever.

GUTFELD: And that is not a Shamrock Shake.

PERINO: Somebody the other day in the park -- a guy jogging by said, "Oh, my gosh, is that the Jasper from FOX News?" And I went to get a picture with him. And he was like, "Oh, no, I just want the picture with Jasper."

Debuting a new graphic. Check this out.


PERINO: Dana's Corny Joke Of The Day.


PERINO: What does a nosey pepper do?

GUILFOYLE: Ring the bell?

PERINO: Get jalapeno business.

GUILFOYLE: What, jalapeno business?

WILLIAMS: I liked that.

PERINO: They told me I had type A blood, but it was a typo.

GUTFELD: Nice. Where do you get these.

BOLLING: So Amazon, Netflix, Tumblr, Twitter, Spotify...


PERINO: What about Grindr?

BOLLING: PayPal -- I don't know about that one.

GUILFOYLE: What? Oh, my God.

BOLLING: It's a nation state -- I have no idea what's going on.

PERINO: I didn't know what it was.

BOLLING: You don't know what Grindr is?

Should we do this? The white board, I think we should call this "The Right Board."

"The Right Board," the path math. Now I'm honestly saying, I believe this. Contrary to what Greg might believe.

As promised -- talk about how this recount will never, never change. Three in 10,000 chance.

WILLIAMS: I can tell you're worried.

BOLLING: It ain't going to happen.

PERINO: So you're saying there's a chance?

WILLIAMS: He's worried, he's worried.

Thank you, Obama. Thank you, Obama.

Guess what?

Hey, guess what?

Guess what?

Hey, guess what?

Guess what?

Guess what? Just about over.

GUTFELD: Shep, you want me to go get you anything?

SHEPARD SMITH, FOX NEWS ANCHOR: I could probably go for an iced coffee.

GUTFELD: I could get you one and bring it over.

SMITH: Look at this. Look who's arrived. There's no milk in this.

GUILFOYLE: Oh, my god.

GUTFELD: Oh, I'm sorry. I got the two equals.

SMITH: Who let you on this floor?

GUTFELD: I still have a security pass, believe it or not.

SMITH: That's weird.

GUTFELD: He's going to suck the life out of you as they take over the universe. This is the first step in robot dominance, adorable robots.

I hate these people!

Get in the back of the line.

GUILFOYLE: You did this already.

GUTFELD: I'm doing it again, because they keep doing it. I hate you.

You have to come back and you pay your expenses. And they made your expenses impossible. Look at that face.

(WEARING SUIT MADE OF BUBBLE WRAP) I put this on, and I head over to Lou Dobbs' place. And he gets in his bare feet in a Speedo, and he just walks all over my body. And I don't leave until everything has popped.


GUILFOYLE: Oh, my God, I love it.

BOLLING: You know what? We had a really, really good time.

PERINO: That makes the year look better than it felt.

BOLLING: Can we get a high five?

GUILFOYLE: High five. High five, baby.

GUTFELD: I only do an elbow bump.

BOLLING: OK. All those germs.

GUILFOYLE: Greg, you stay there.

BOLLING: Stay right there, speaking of that. Stay right there. Our big secret Santa reveal coming up next.


GUILFOYLE: I love it. I love it. The time has come. And the wait is over. We find out our secret Santas right now. Let the gift giving begin. And I'm going to kick it off. Let me give Greg his gift.

GUTFELD: My gift? Wait.


GUTFELD: Jeez, don't yell. You take all the fun out of it by yelling at me. Is it this?

GUILFOYLE: Just open both, please.

GUTFELD: OK, OK, OK. I'm doing my best.

PERINO: I have special safety scissors in case you need help.

GUTFELD: I don't need -- look...

GUILFOYLE: Go, go, go.

GUTFELD: What is with all the...

GUILFOYLE: I mean it nicely. I mean it nicely.

GUTFELD: All right, all right. All right.

PERINO: She's excited about this.

GUTFELD: Yes. She really is. Gee whiz. There we go.

GUILFOYLE: Believe me. This is the last time you are going to see excitement from me directed at you.

PERINO: Very good.

GUILFOYLE: It's a buzzer.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Your imagination is your best friend.


GUILFOYLE: Isn't that cute?

GUTFELD: One more time?


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: A rainbow and all your dreams will come true.

GUTFELD: That's a lie. Life is short and painful.

GUILFOYLE: It's to help you when you get to be Debbie Downer.

All right. Next thing.

GUTFELD: Oh, I got two.

GUILFOYLE: Yes, come on now. OK. This is important. Stand up.

GUTFELD: I am standing.

GUILFOYLE: I didn't know you were standing. You looked like you were seated. This is very important. Step your feet into the little things. Into the leg holes...

PERINO: The legs.

GUILFOYLE: ... and pull the costume up.

GUTFELD: Oh, the headpiece is Kimberly.

GUILFOYLE: The head face is me. No. OK. You're not doing it right.

PERINO: Step into it first. There you go.

GUILFOYLE: Put your leg...

PERINO: This is hard on live television.

GUILFOYLE: Yes, it's going to be good. Put your feet in the leg.

GUTFELD: I am. But this thing gets stuck.

GUILFOYLE: Look, it's inflating.

GUTFELD: May God help us.

GUILFOYLE: This is the most amazing gift.

PERINO: It is really amazing.

GUTFELD: No, you know what?

GUILFOYLE: I got this.

GUTFELD: Kimberly, it's the thought that counts. It's the thought that counts.

GUILFOYLE: I got it. Come here. Cooperate. It's going to go well.

GUTFELD: I'm beginning to feel like...

GUILFOYLE: Merry Christmas.

GUTFELD: Thank you.

PERINO: Merry Christmas.

GUILFOYLE: No, no. Right here. Like a horsie.

PERINO: It's great. It's fabulous.


I'm going to wear this on "O'Reilly."


PERINO: OK, so my -- I'm going to go next.

GUTFELD: Kimberly Guilfoyle.

I'll sit down when I want to sit down. You guys put me through crap, I'm going to take my time.



PERINO: I want you to look at the monitor. Can you -- do you recognize this person? Let's see. Do you recognize that person there?

BOLLING: I don't know that...

PERINO: Are you sure?

BOLLING: I'm not sure.

PERINO: Go back to 1984.

BOLLING: Oh, my gosh, yes.

PERINO: That is Woody Hikey, who was the manager of the Gulf Coast League Pirates.

BOLLING: Oh, no way! Are you kidding me?

PERINO: That was your manager.

BOLLING: Holy cow. Oh, my God.

PERINO: So now you have to open your gift. We tracked him down. And we found him. He's 79 years old. And he and his wife...

BOLLING: That is unbelievable.

PERINO: His wife is Ann Marie. They live in Sunnyside, Florida.

BOLLING: This is my baseball coach. I was at the Pirates. My first coach in pro ball. You found Woody.

PERINO: We found Woody.

GUILFOYLE: How cool is that?

BOLLING: Holy smokes.

PERINO: We got some things for you. So his wife is Ann Marie. And she helped us.

GUTFELD: The whole theme of this segment is finding Woody.

BOLLING: Oh, my gosh.

PERINO: There you go. So this is the one -- this is the one when you were first drafted.

BOLLING: When I first drafted.

PERINO: And this is their official one now.

BOLLING: Dana, I absolutely lost touch with these guys. I cannot believe you found them.

PERINO: So now we know where they are and how to get ahold of them.

BOLLING: Amazing.


BOLLING: Very nice.

And we have his contact?


BOLLING: Woody, I'm going to -- I'm going to call you, brother. I'm going to call you. I miss you.


BOLLING: Can I do Dana?

GUILFOYLE: Yes, you've got to go.

BOLLING: Dana, thank you so much.

PERINO: This one first?

BOLLING: This one's yours.

PERINO: OK. Rushing, rushing. We have a lot to do.

GUTFELD: You're like the exhausted man in an orgy.

PERINO: I'm trying not to look at you.

GUILFOYLE: My goodness.

Look at the teeth and the lips.

PERINO: That's so -- it's Jasper.

BOLLING: Cutting board.


BOLLING: So every time you cook and you can cut and chop and...

PERINO: Yes, Peter, every time I cook. Want to see it again?

BOLLING: Or when Peter cooks.

GUILFOYLE: It's beautiful.

BOLLING: Wait, there's another one.

PERINO: There's one right here. Let's see.

GUILFOYLE: All right. And then Juan is next.

PERINO: Oh, my gosh. Greenies. Excellent.

BOLLING: Yes. Doggie treats.

PERINO: These are good for next time Jasper comes and you need to keep him calm. And do I have a new...

BOLLING: Adrienne thought this was amazing.

PERINO: You had me at wolf. You did. Very good. That's great. Awesome. Thank you.

GUILFOYLE: All right. Juan, you're next.

Juan, focus.

WILLIAMS: Oh, here we go.

GUILFOYLE: You're like me at Christmastime when you wrap the gifts.

WILLIAMS: It's from you. Look at that.

GUTFELD: I think you'll like this, Juan.

GUILFOYLE: Don't pop it, Greg.

GUTFELD: It's no inflatable unicorn.

WILLIAMS: You can't beat it.

GUTFELD: Well, you could, but...

WILLIAMS (PULLS GIFTS OUT OF A TRUMP BAG): You can't blow it. You can't beat it. I'm telling you. Oh, here we go.

GUTFELD: It's true. We tried. We tried.

I think do the other one first.

WILLIAMS: The other one first? Thank you, Greg.

PERINO: Did you not see the bag it came in?

WILLIAMS: Trump...

GUTFELD: Yes, do the bag.

WILLIAMS: I've got to show the bag.

GUTFELD: The Trump store. I went to the Trump store and loaded up on some Trump.

WILLIAMS: Is it made in China?

GUILFOYLE: You weren't tasered when you went there?

GUTFELD: You know I like that.

WILLIAMS: Oh, my gosh.

GUTFELD: I got you a Trump tie.

WILLIAMS: Oh, no! Too much.

GUILFOYLE: These are really nice. You know, Hannity wears these.

WILLIAMS: What a surprise. What a surprise. And I like the color.

PERINO: That's incredible.

GUTFELD: This is an actual...

GUILFOYLE: That's incredible.

GUTFELD: That's an actual Trump tie for you. It's a beautiful tie.

GUILFOYLE: But no joke. This is gorgeous.

GUTFELD: I'll have you know.

GUILFOYLE: That is really nice.

GUTFELD: I'll have you know.

WILLIAMS: Now, this is really heavy. So what is it? Oh! It's chocolate.

GUTFELD: Trump chocolate.

GUILFOYLE: Can I have one?

WILLIAMS: Here, have some.

GUILFOYLE: Thank you.

WILLIAMS: Trump milk chocolate.

BOLLING: Look, made in America, too.

WILLIAMS: Made in America.

GUILFOYLE: Wow. Love it.

WILLIAMS: It's right next to my heart. I'm melting.

GUILFOYLE: What's next?

You're next.

WILLIAMS: I don't know.

PERINO: You go.

WILLIAMS: Actually, it says manufactured in Brooklyn.

GUILFOYLE: He just did. It's my turn.

GUTFELD: Somebody -- Kimberly.


PERINO: Juan did Kimberly.

GUTFELD: Get your act together.

WILLIAMS: This is so special for you, Kimberly, because...


WILLIAMS: ... yes, because you're a regal sort, and I think this will fit you perfectly.

GUILFOYLE: Oh, my God, is it a crown? I hope so. Almost. Oh, my God. This is gorgeous. Thank you. Look at the beautiful cup I have. White with gold. Did you get this at Trump Tower, too?

WILLIAMS: No, no, no. There's more.

GUILFOYLE: OK. What's this?

PERINO: Shortbread.

GUILFOYLE: Shortbread? Hold on, I'm trying...

WILLIAMS: It's just something fit for a...


WILLIAMS: You got it. There we go.

GUILFOYLE (PUTTING ON A CROWN): Oh, my God! I've always wanted this.

WILLIAMS: Because Kimberly's royal court.

GUILFOYLE: How do I look?

WILLIAMS: I thought you're a queen.

GUILFOYLE: "Kimberly's Royal News."

WILLIAMS: You should have hot tea and then very British...

GUTFELD: Some crumpets?

GUILFOYLE: I want to tell you something. Not kidding around. This really suits me. Merry Christmas.

WILLIAMS: I'm glad to make you happy, K.G.

GUILFOYLE: Thank you very...

WILLIAMS: You're welcome.

GUILFOYLE: Thank you.

GUTFELD: Let's end this.

GUILFOYLE: To my loyal fans and followers and consorts. OK, get the horn out -- we'll be right back.

GUTFELD: It can't help itself.



UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Hi. I'm Tech Sergeant Stephanie Reynolds, currently deployed to Southwest Asia. I'd like to wish my family back in San Antonio a merry Christmas and happy holidays.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I'm PV2 James Feindecker (ph) Jr., currently stationed here in Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. I'm from Porterville (ph), Texas. I just want to say happy holidays to my mom, my dad, friends and family back home.


WILLIAMS: Before we go, we want to thank all of our troops who can't be home tonight because of their service overseas. Thank you so much for your sacrifice.

We'll see you back here tomorrow. Merry Christmas, everyone. Happy Hanukkah, too.

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