Here’s what is on tap for Friday:

“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)

Five attacks in five different Iraqi cities leave scores of casualties. Will continued violence throw the transfer of power off-track? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Donald Edwards, FOX News military analyst.

Plus, can a grapefruit-a-day help shed the pounds away? Daryl Thompson and Dr. Joe Ahrens, co-authors of “The Grapefruit Solution,” join the debate.

And, we’ll look at the lost patriots of Hollywood with Michelle Malkin, syndicated columnist and FOX News contributor.

“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)

While mistakes have been made in the handling of Iraq, is success is still possible? We’ll ask Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind.

Mosul was one of the cities targeted by Thursday's coordinated attacks in Iraq. Is the situation under control? We’ll ask Brig. Gen. Carter Ham, commander of the Army in the northern part of Iraq.

What's standing in the way of our troops making for a peaceful transfer of power in Iraq, next week? We’ll ask U.S. Army Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, author of "Beyond Baghdad.”

Juror No. 5 is and an alternate is in for Scott Peterson double murder case. Will the change can have a big impact on the other jurors? Bob Massi, FOX News legal analyst, weighs in.

Former Vice President Al Gore lashes out against the Bush administration. Does Gore have an agenda, or is he justified with his accusation? We’ll ask Mike Gallagher, radio talk show host, and Sascha Burns, Democratic strategist.

Plus, former President Bill Clinton's book, "My Life", has been flying off bookstore shelves and setting sales records this week. But just how much money will the former president make off his memoirs? We’ll ask Tobin Smith, founder of ChangeWave Research.

And, what role do the games play in American society? We’ll ask Michael Mandelbaum, author of “The Meaning of Sports.”

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