Life after college: 'The Five' share tips for the Class of 2019

This is a rush transcript from "The Five," May 27, 2019. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: Hello, I'm Greg Gutfeld with Kennedy, Juan Williams, Jesse Watters, and she picnics on a postage stamp, Dana Perino -- "The Five."

You might have noticed it's Memorial Day. The unofficial kick off to the summer. And we have lots of fun in store including our advice for college graduates. A special Memorial Day edition of supermarket showdown with Jesse, and a look back at our road trip to Nashville with a big surprise.  You won't want to miss, so stay tuned. But first, you've sent us lots of questions on social media, so let's get right to them, shall we?

DANA PERINO, CO-HOST: Let's get after it.

GUTFELD: Oh, very good. Already knocking Chris Cuomo. All right, first question, a good question, a political question from Steven Menner. So far, what is your favorite moment from this year in politics, Jesse?

JESSE WATTERS, CO-HOST: No collusion, no obstruction. I've been saying that to people on the street --

GUTFELD: Yes.

WATTERS: -- with a little fist pump.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WATTERS: There you go.

GUTFELD: How many times have you been beaten up?

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: I have a black eye right here.

GUTFELD: Well, that's interesting. How about you, Juan?

JUAN WILLIAMS, CO-HOST: I can't think of one at the moment. I was just listening to Jesse and thinking what an awful moment that was.

WATTERS: You're upset the president wasn't a spy.

WILLIAMS: No, I was upset that Bill Barr decided that he was going to intervene and interpret for everyone, and do so in a distorting manner. So I can't say it was a highlight --

GUTFELD: You hate the refs.

WILLIAMS: I don't hate the refs --

GUTFELD: You hate the refs.

WILLIAMS: Oh yeah, when the ref cheats I hate it. I hate it. I hate it.

GUTFELD: No favorite moments?

WILLIAMS: I'm just trying to think back, I mean, you know, obviously, you know, if there's moments. I mean, people to be remembered like Richard Luger. They have a really nice ceremony with Luger in D.C. But, I mean, to me, that's kind of old school politics.

WATTERS: How about when you forced the shutdown? That must have been a good time?

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: Remember the shutdown? It felt like just a couple of months ago.

WILLIAMS: I think that was your guy.

WATTERS: No.

GUTFELD: Kennedy, do you have any favorite moments?

LISA KENNEDY MONTGOMERY, GUEST CO-HOST: When Nancy Pelosi assumed the speakership again. Not only because there's an on-going sequence of her glitching on camera, which is like flash is lighting, but also there's going to be so much obstruction, Congress, that they wouldn't be able to spend too much money.

GUTFELD: Ah, that's true. They cancel each other out. So as a libertarian part, they can't do any work.

MONTGOMERY: No.

GUTFELD: Yeah.

MONTGOMERY: I'm fine with that.

GUTFELD: It's like a strike. Dana, what was your favorite moment from this?

PERINO: I'm remembering -- I think it was a rally I think the president did, and for some reason it just -- I laughed so hard. I can't remember --

GUTFELD: Is when he mentioned me, wasn't it?

PERINO: That was hilarious.

GUTFELD: Yeah. That was my favorite moment. I was going to say Michael Avenatti getting indicted because he was supposed to be the last great hope for the Democratic Party, and now he's probably going to go to jail. But, when -- yeah, I was sitting with my family when that happened. That was pretty funny.

PERINO: That was --

GUTFELD: That should have been your moment as well.

PERINO: Anything that has to do with you is my favorite.

GUTFELD: Oh, this is a fun question from Samantha Kumar. You're running for president, what is your slogan? Kennedy?

MONTGOMERY: Well, it's probably the one that I use on my show. It's make every day a Kenne-day.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: Wow.

PERINO: I like it.

GUTFELD: That's great. It should be vote for a real Kennedy.

MONTGOMERY: Yeah.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: Anyway, Dana? You're going to be running for president, let's face it. Probably --

(CROSSTALK)

GUTFELD: That's the big decision later in the show.

(CROSSTALK)

PERINO: I think I would do tougher than she looks.

GUTFELD: Oh, that's kind of sexist.

PERINO: I don't know if that's really true.

GUTFELD: You're pretty tough.

WATTERS: I don't know.

GUTFELD: How about you, Jesse?

WATTERS: I'm trying to think of something good.

GUTFELD: That should be it. Jesse Watters trying to think of something good.

WATTERS: There we go.

GUTFELD: Put it on the photo.

PERINO: The waters run deep.

WATTERS: Still waters runs deep.

GUTFELD: Oh.

PERINO: But you're never still. You're always --

(CROSSTALK)

GUTFELD: You can't even come up with a pun.

MONTGOMERY: Well, I mean, it could be the name of the book that you gave, rising waters is also a great --

WATTERS: That's a little alarming, though. I think we don't want to scare people on the coast. We've got to win the coast.

GUTFELD: You're going to clean this country up, Watters. I don't know.

WATTERS: I don't think I'm going to run on an anti-corruption campaign.

GUTFELD: No.

WATTERS: I think I'm going to be corrupt. People -- my opponents are going to run against me on an anti-corruption campaign.

WILLIAMS: Wait a minute, I've never heard -- this is an innovative thought, you would run as the corruption candidate.

WATTERS: Yes, I'm pro-corruption.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: Donate to my campaign.

(CROSSTALK)

WILLIAMS: Exactly. If I donate to his campaign, I'll get what I want.

(CROSSTALK)

MONTGOMERY: You can have a whole closet full of Watters' gear.

PERINO: I remember what -- can I go back to --

GUTFELD: Yes, you can. Yeah.

PERINO: Remember when the president was talking about the slippery stage that he was on. That was the one.

GUTFELD: Yeah, that was very good. Only he would spend 20 minutes talking about the stage being slippery.

PERINO: I was thinking about like the advance people. They must have been dying back stage, like, sorry, sir. Sorry.

GUTFELD: Yeah. Juan, what's your slogan?

WILLIAMS: Wonderful.

GUTFELD: Ah. And then when you run for reelection it's Juan more time.

WILLIAMS: There we go.

WATTERS: It's like keep America great again.

GUTFELD: Yes, exactly.

WILLIAMS: I think this is the exact opposite, like your corruption thing.

WATTERS: Hey, Juan, once is enough.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: My slogan would be vote for Greg and leave us, U.S., alone.  Leave us alone. Isn't that what we really want to be left alone? Yes, yes, bring it back. Yeah, just leave us alone. You can come here but just leave us alone. Leave us out of it. That's a good slogan

PERINO: I want us to be -- I want us to be leading it.

GUTFELD: Super cool, Dana Perino. All right --

WATTERS: Careful.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: Name calling on Memorial Day.

GUTFELD: All right. Maria asked, with the end of the school year coming what's your most memorable last day of school. And, Dana, you must have something special.

PERINO: Last day of school, I was probably so miserable.

GUTFELD: Yes.

PERINO: Like, I can't believe school is over.

GUTFELD: Can we have school through summer.

PERINO: And I would make my sister play school.

GUTFELD: No.

(LAUGHTER)

PERINO: Well, I played school a lot.

GUTFELD: Did you?

PERINO: Oh, yeah.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: People play doctor.

GUTFELD: Six child play school.

PERINO: I would make up like the tests and everything, and she would have to take the test.

WATTERS: Oh, my God.

GUTFELD: You're a horrible sibling.

WATTERS: I feel so bad for your sister.

PERINO: I would get home and if there's any reading assignments for the summer I would just start them immediately.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: God. We would not have been friends.

(LAUGHTER)

PERINO: Definitely not.

GUTFELD: That's hilarious that you think that's the reason.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: Kennedy?

WATTERS: Not in the book club.

GUTFELD: I'm not in the book club either.

MONTGOMERY: My last day of college because I was 38 weeks pregnant. And I was literary bursting with life. And I will never forget turning in my final paper on the site turn it in.com and just dissolving into a puddle of relieve tears.

(CROSSTALK)

(LAUGHTER)

MONTGOMERY: Well, there I was. You got a mop? Have the baby right there on campus. Go Bruins, whoa. No, but I was so like emotional and relieved that I put so much work into college, and I didn't want to have my baby before I graduated, and that was my big fear that I was going to have a baby and complete finals. And I don't have a high school diploma and I was worried I wouldn't get a college degree, and I knew at that moment that I had completed everything.

GUTFELD: Wow.

WILLIAMS: How old were you?

MONTGOMERY: Thirty two.

WILLIAMS: Wow, that's a wonderful moment in life.

MONTGOMERY: It was great.

WILLIAMS: And your folks were there?

MONTGOMERY: Yeah, my parents watched me graduate, and I was the first -- I was the first child to graduate from college.

WILLIAMS: Go, Kennedy.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: What a proud moment.

GUTFELD: Juan?

WILLIAMS: Well, I think it's a lot like that. I remember being with my mom and dad in -- and there's a picture of the three of us, and I got this big fro, and my little mom and my skinny, tall dad, just -- when I see that picture I just think, well, that's quite a moment in life when you graduate.

But in general, in last days I always think, you know, hauling all of that stuff out, you know, your glove, your bat, you know, things that have been down in the locker room, you've got to get it and get out of there. And lots of times it's interesting, even though I'm glad the school year is over I'll be like, oh, I have to do something else. All my friends -- where my friends gonna be. I'm not going to see this for a while.

GUTFELD: What about you, Jesse?

WATTERS: I just want to get that picture of Juan with the afro.

WILLIAMS: Oh, it's easy.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: You've got to find that picture, Juan. I'm trying to remember if I was allowed to walk during graduation. I might have not been allowed to walk. I remember throwing up my -- what is it called?

MONTGOMERY: Water board?

WATTERS: Yeah, and trying to hit someone with it. Lieberman was the speaker in my commencement, and so I think I fell asleep. I don't remember a thing.

GUTFELD: He's a bright fellow.

WILLIAMS: Wait, we just went by this thing here. Why weren't you allowed to walk?

WATTERS: Juan, it's a long story.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: And my mom might be watching.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: I was late for my graduation because of all of the parties and stuff. But I remember one thing and one thing only from my graduation, Neal Young was there.

WATTERS: No way.

PERINO: Really?

GUTFELD: Neil Young.

MONTGOMERY: You were from northern California.

GUTFELD: Yeah, his wife's -- wait, no. He's married to my buddy's sister.  Bryan's sister was married to him. And so Neil Young hanging out in the lobby. It was crazy. He had big side burns.

MONTGOMERY: Did you guys jam?

GUTFELD: Yeah, we put a few songs together.

PERINO: He probably loved that.

GUTFELD: Yeah, that's all I remember. OK, I'm going to tease now. All right, there's a lot more to come on "The Five"'s Memorial Day special including our advice for the new college graduates, that's next.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

PERINO: Welcome back to our Memorial Day special. It's graduation time as well, and the class of 2019 is about to enter the real world. So we'd like to take a moment or two to share some of our great advice for this year college graduates. All right, I'm going to kick it off.

So we've been talking a lot of student loans and here's my advised, because we have a tight labor market and a booming economy, I feel like if you have student loan and you're looking for a job, you should seek companies that are willing to pay your student loan as part of the perk or part of your package.

And guess what? There are actually a lot of companies that will do this.  We have a list, I believe. Fidelity, for example. ETNA, Penguin Random House, PWC, so a lot of financial firms. Abbott, they do pharmaceutical.  First Republic -- Live Nation. That's pretty fun, right? But this is a new thing that perhaps if you're in a competitive situation you might be able to get your student loan paid for if you ask for it.

GUTFELD: So you took this segment seriously.

PERINO: Yeah.

GUTFELD: I was just going to come up with an answer while you guys were talking.

PERINO: We'll come back to you then. Jesse, do you have advised for graduates?

WATTERS: Yes, my advised is dress to impress. Looks are very important --

PERINO: This is great new advice that no one has ever heard before.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: I won't reiterate it. I think -- first of all, shoes make the men. Women pay attention to shoes, that's important. Always shine them too.

(CROSSTALK)

GUTFELD: Old copy of Esquire.

MONTGOMERY: From 1958.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WATTERS: Yes, dress to impress still holds true. OK, so at Fox I was one of those guys who's like 23, 24, wearing a blazer and a tie and everybody else was wearing whatever they wanted. But I think I was promoted mostly because I dressed well, because I dressed for the job I wanted.

GUTFELD: I bet you were well liked by all your peers.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: Anyway, I have another piece of advice. So this is part two, this is also very important. I took this as much as seriously as you did.

PERINO: OK.

WATTERS: Moving out of your parent's house is OK because you want to live uncomfortably in a really crappy apartment sometime and scrounge to make ends meet because that struggle motivates you to make more money so you could have air-conditioning and nice clothes.

PERINO: This is fascinating advice.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: I think that's the best advice --

PERINO: It's like the classic, which we appreciate, of course. Kennedy, you have advice?

MONTGOMERY: I have -- one is learn to fish. It's great for men and women, it teaches you survival skills and you get to feed yourself. You will never go anywhere ugly when you learn to fish. All of your fishing vacations will be beautiful. Number two, learn to make five great meals.  You waste so much money buying food outside of your house or apartment. If you learn to cook and you bring stuff to work, and you eat food at work and you don't go out for every meal, you'll save so much money.

PERINO: Well, that's me.

MONTGOMERY: Find the 12 smartest people you know, ask them each their favorite book, read one a month. That would give you a year's worth of continuing education. And the other thing is, move to a cheap part of the country, preferably somewhere in the middle. Challenge yourself geographically and you will also save money and have interesting experience.

WATTERS: I, going to disagree with one of those. I don't think bringing your lunch to work is that great of an idea.

MONTGOMERY: It is if you're spending $12 --

WATTERS: It's weird when you reheat it in the microwave it smells bad.  And you're missing out on the opportunity to build camaraderie with your colleagues --

MONTGOMERY: Eat in the break room.

PERINO: I, for one, I'm very grateful that you took this so seriously.  That's really good advice. One, I think, the cooking -- I'm way behind on that. The book one, I don't think I've ever actually done that.

MONTGOMERY: It's great. It's a wonderful exercise because if you take people from all different walks of life, people who are smart and interesting -- you know, your favorite book is something sacred to you.

PERINO: Yeah.

MONTGOMERY: And then you read one a month, you'll emerge a great --

WATTERS: Start with the Gutfeld Monologue.

GUTFELD: Yeah.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: In paperback in just a few weeks. Thanks, Jesse.

WATTERS: You're welcome.

PERINO: Juan, did you take this seriously?

WILLIAMS: Yeah, I mean, when I give commencement I always say surprise yourself to the graduates. And by that I mean things like, you know --

GUTFELD: Kill somebody.

WILLIAMS: -- go on stage, do a comedy routine. See how you do. How could you do it if you try to do comedy live. Or learn another language. Go travel. So many people don't go traveling. I mean -- and when I say travel, I'm not only talking about like go overseas, like go visit a country that you've never been to, but I'm talking about travel around the USA.

I mean, when I was, you know, covering campaigns and the likes, I've got to go to every state in the country, and to me it was like some of these places were so interesting. I had no idea. This is the USA. But there are all kinds of different flavors and tones and chills and thrills to being in America.

WATTERS: I also want to disagree with your first two points there, never do a comedy routine with no net underneath you. You don't want to bomb on stage live in front of an audience. Two, learn another language?

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: I would stick to English. Just improve your English language skills.

PERINO: All right. Greg, have you had enough time to think of something?

GUTFELD: Well, first, if they haven't graduated yet -- in a watch I wouldn't say dropout, obviously. But now -- if you're going to graduate, you're looking for work, I have -- maybe I have three things.

PERINO: OK.

GUTFELD: One, move anywhere. Don't say I have to have a job in New York City. I lived almost 10 years in Allentown, Pennsylvania. If I have to do that, so do you, OK? So do you.

PERINO: And you loved it.

GUTFELD: Well, I love it. And also, I have a great job.

(CROSSTALK)

GUTFELD: Eastern P.A. is great. I enjoyed -- had a great time. Don't start smoking pot until you're rich because I've seen --

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: I've seen people who smoke a lot of pot screw up their ambition, and they still think that they're doing all right. But all of a sudden, they're in their mid to late 30s and they're still doing the same thing because they're waking and baking every day. Wait until you reach a certain point and then you treat pot like a martini. You have it when you come home or you don't have it at all.

WATTERS: Is there something you want to tell everybody, Greg?

GUTFELD: No, I stay away --

WILLIAMS: So what do you say about alcohol?

GUTFELD: Alcohol, you can drink. Drinking you can control. Pot -- now the other thing too which is a little bit more complicated is to develop a portfolio of skills, and they don't even have to be to get a better job or to find a vocation, but just to be able to do different things because you never know when that one thing is going to hit.

For example, if you're working in some kind of -- let say you're working in law, right?  And maybe you should show up on a local TV station and do a spot there because they need somebody to talk about, I don't know, some kind of litigation, and then all of a sudden you find out that people start asking you more. That's a little part of your portfolio that you started.  Or maybe you decide you want to learn an instrument --

PERINO: Play a guitar.

GUTFELD: Yeah, play a guitar in your 20's and you start writing songs, and all of a sudden you have a little bit. Or maybe you start cartooning or you do all these little things, and one little thing could actually be the big thing and not the thing you're doing. I was in magazine publishing.  This is an outgrowth of editorial meetings. This wasn't what I was doing.

(CROSSTALK)

PERINO: Those are really good advice. You also gave advice a couple of years ago, move to somewhere where they have public transportation so that if you drink --

GUTFELD: Yes.

PERINO: -- you can get home without getting a DUI.

GUTFELD: I don't know in that was me, but that's great advice. You know I was drunk when I said that --

PERINO: No, you were sitting right there.

WILLIAMS: I don't like your bias against marijuana. All of a sudden you can get so drunk you can't even get home, but don't smoke marijuana.

MONTGOMERY: Can I add something on to your cannabis thing? Save your money, don't buy cannabis. All the money that you're going to spend on weed, buy cannabis stock.

(CROSSTALK)

MONTGOMERY: But you'll thank me in 10 years when you have -- talk about a portfolio. When you're a multi-millionaire that's when you can start --

PERINO: Then you can be like Robert Smith and pay off everyone's student loans.

(CROSSTALK)

PERINO: Up next, back by popular demand, Jesse puts us to the test with a special Memorial Day edition of supermarket showdown.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

MIKE EMANUEL, FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT: I'm Mike Emanuel in Washington, and here are your latest headlines. Well, in Tokyo, President Trump is downplaying recent North Korea missile launches saying they're not violations of U.N. Security Council resolutions, but rather Kim Jong-un's attempt to get attention. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe standing alongside the president disagreed calling the launches a great regret.

Back in Washington, President Trump's attorneys are appealing two federal court rulings last week that found that Congress is entitled to documents related to Mr. Trump's finances. The cases will likely end up in front of a Supreme Court. The chairman of the House Oversight Committee referred to one of the ruling as a slam dunk.

Vice-President Mike Pence participated in the traditional Memorial Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery today. The vice president laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier and paid tribute to the families of fallen U.S. armed forces noting for them every day is Memorial Day.  Join me for Special Report tonight at 6 PM Eastern.

WATTERS: Welcome back everybody. It's time now for a brand new Memorial Day edition of Supermarket Showdown. We're battling it out over the prices of some of our favorite items. Whoever guesses the closest without going over is the winner. Don't guess over. And just a reminder, I don't know the answers in advance.

PERINO: Is this New York prices or America prices?

WATTERS: We're just going to go with whatever the answers are.

PERINO: OK.

WATTERS: All right, American prices.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: All right, Nathan's hot dogs, here we go. We have some Nathan's hot dog right there.

PERINO: It has the price tag on it.

WATTERS: I don't see it.

GUTFELD: Yeah, there is.

WATTERS: You can see it? OK. Well, you know what? I can't see it, so you guys are disqualified. And here we go, Nathan --

GUTFELD: All right. Let's do it.

WATTERS: Here we go. That's a six.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: Juan wrote hot dogs.

WATTERS: And the answer is $4.79.

MONTGOMERY: Please look at this.

GUTFELD: Wow.

MONTGOMERY: Thank you.

WATTERS: Score one for Kennedy.

GUTFELD: He's accusing you of cheating.

MONTGOMERY: I did not see the price tag.

WATTERS: Everybody write your answers bigger. OK, next up, we have a pina-colada mix for those of you guys who like to doing vibe. Pina-colada everybody. There it is. Write it down.

GUTFELD: All right.

WATTERS: Answers up.

GUTFELD: Wow.

WATTERS: OK. And the answer is for the pina-colada mix, $3.99.

MONTGOMERY: Oh, wow.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: Juan Williams. OK, Juan has one. Kennedy has one. Everybody else --

PERINO: Is that because you like to go and drink those, Juan?

WATTERS: Yes, Juan has already had one before the show. You can tell by his answer. All right, we have the beach umbrella which is important because of global warning. Everybody needs some screen from the sun.  Harsh rays --

MONTGOMERY: Where it's from?

WATTERS: -- are going to cook you.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: There it is. I'm going to go with --

MONTGOMERY: Target.

GUTFELD: Target.

WATTERS: From Target, OK. Answers up. OK, and we have the beach -- oh, close, very close, $20. That is a rip off. Who got that? Dana? Greg?

PERINO: No, I've said $12.

WATTERS: Greg had $40 for the umbrella.

GUTFELD: That's how much I pay when I go to the beach.

WATTERS: I had $13.99, did I win?

MONTGOMERY: You won.

PERINO: Yes.

WATTERS: On the board. All right. It's about time and I did not know the answers ahead of time.

GUTFELD: We need music.

WATTERS: All right, sunscreen everybody. This is Copper tune SPF 30; you never want to go below 30.

PERINO: That's true.

WATTERS: That's what my dermatologist told me.

GUTFELD: That's what my dating coach said. We'll be right back.

WATTERS: All right, here we go. Let's go. Let's see, this is a tough one. That's a big bottle, right. It's kind of big. Let's go. OK. What's up.

GUTFELD: You and I said the same thing.

WATTERS: All right. Sunscreen, $6.99.

GUTFELD: Originally.

WATTERS: Who got it?

PERINO: I won.

WATTERS: Dana Perino.

GUTFELD: You've got $6.90.

MONTGOMERY: $4.90.

WATTERS: Everybody moves on the board, except Greg. OK, I didn't go to stores.

MONTGOMERY: That's a markup because I have bought that bottle--

GUTFELD: All right.

WATTERS: Greg's housekeeper buys all his stuff for him. All right. Next up we have a watermelon.

MONTGOMERY: This is always the hardest.

WATTERS: It's 16-pound watermelon. OK. This is not a New York watermelon. This is the watermelon you'd get in America.

MONTGOMERY: Is there one price or is it by the pound.

WATTERS: Well, it's 16 pounds, so you do the math. I'm going to go. Here we go. Everybody,

MONTGOMERY: Jesse, there is no way.

WATTERS: What do you have. OK. And the answer for the watermelon, let's see if the person from Wyoming knows it. $6.15.

PERINO: Wow. That has really, really gone up.

WATTERS: Juan, wow. Juan gets it right. All right. Here we go. The unicorn pool float. Greg, hold it up please.

GUTFELD: Absolutely.

WATTERS: On the prices.

GUTFELD: I've never had to pay for one of these though. They're usually given to me and blown up by fine young gentlemen.

MONTGOMERY: That from five below.

GUTFELD: I don't know what the hell is five below.

MONTGOMERY: How dare you.

WATTERS: Greg's boy is not included in the price.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WATTERS: All right, everybody writes your prices now.

GUTFELD: Is this from Target also?

WATTERS: Very good.

GUTFELD: There is still some sunscreen on that. Who did you take that from?

WATTERS: All right. Here we go. Put it up people.

GUTFELD: All right.

WATTERS: And unicorn pool float, what, $14.99.

GUTFELD: I won.

MONTGOMERY: I'm $9.99.

GUTFELD: You won.

WATTERS: Did Dana win the whole thing?

GUTFELD: Yes.

MONTGOMERY: Dana and Juan tied.

WATTERS: Dana and Juan tied. Do we have a tie breaker?

GUTFELD: Tie breaker.

WATTERS: Tiebreaker. OK, let's do - we need a tiebreaker.

MONTGOMERY: That is available five below by the way. That's why I put $4.99.

GUTFELD: Royalty from five below.

WATTERS: All right.

MONTGOMERY: I love it.

WATTERS: We don't have a tie breaker item, so stay tuned.

WILLIAMS: Wait. I want to arm wrestle.

GUTFELD: That's not fair. Dana would smoke you, Juan.

PERINO: Yes, I don't want to embarrass you Juan.

WILLIAMS: That's true. She's a right winger.

WATTERS: All right, Dana. Well done.

PERINO: Thank you.

WATTERS: All right. We'll be right back.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

WILLIAMS: Welcome back to "The Five" on this Memorial Day. Thanks for joining us. Now to more of your fan mail questions. These come from social media. Number one, Facebook question from Frenchie F. What weird thing would I find in your refrigerator if I opened it right now. So, I'm going to go to the person who advised the graduates that they should know how to cook. I go to Ms. Kennedy.  MONTGOMERY: I have some weird stuff in my fridge. I've got four different kinds of pickles.

WILLIAMS: Wait, wait. Stop. Why do you have four different kinds of--

PERINO: She likes pickles.

MONTGOMERY: Number one, pickles are delicious. The pickle juice is a fantastic post-workout beverage and it also goes well with shots of Jameson, I hear, and my girls love pickles, but they don't like the same kind. I also have a bag of hemp hearts.

GUTFELD: Oh! My God.

WILLIAMS: What is that?

MONTGOMERY: It's like hemp seed, but just the hearts and then you mix them in smoothies.

GUTFELD: Oh! My God, for a minute I thought you're talking about the hemp family, for five years.

MONTGOMERY: That's in my freezer.

WILLIAMS: I should also tell you that Greg has previously on "The Five" mocked people who use pickle juice post-workout.

MONTGOMERY: Oh! It's great. It's fantastic.

WATTERS: It's true.

MONTGOMERY: You like cramping, Greg. Is that what you like?

GUTFELD: Yes, I love cramping. I love a good cramp.

WILLIAMS: Yes, well so much for your musical taste. Jesse, what do you think?

WATTERS: I don't know if it's weird, but have you ever had coconut water.

WILLIAMS: Yes, I love it.

WATTERS: So, I drink a lot of coconut water. What is so funny about that?

GUTFELD: You act like you discovered coconut water.

WATTERS: I did. I did recently discovered coconut water and it's delicious.

WILLIAMS: And it's good post-workout, the potassium.

MONTGOMERY: Mixed with pickle Jesse.

WATTERS: I wasn't sure. Yes. Also, Jameson.

WILLIAMS: In the fridge.

WATTERS: No, I don't keep that in the fridge.

WILLIAMS: What do you keep in the fridge, come on?

WATTERS: Mostly condiments and expired meats.

MONTGOMERY: Yes, exactly. Me too.

WATTERS: Yes.

WILLIAMS: Expired meats.

WATTERS: I know there is something expired in there right now. I haven't thrown it out yet.

WILLIAMS: My wife is like this.

WATTERS: Let me ask you a question.

WILLIAMS: She doesn't throw anything out.

WATTERS: When something in your fridge says sell by a certain date. Does that mean you can eat it after the date is passed?

MONTGOMERY: Yes.

WATTERS: Because it's sell buy, right. How many days post-sell buys.

MONTGOMERY: Just use your common sense.

WATTERS: Common sense.

WILLIAMS: If you see these bluish spores like thing on the bread, don't do it.

WATTERS: OK. All right.

WILLIAMS: All right. So, here I am now, I'm in New York. I'm saying they let me go over and visit, Dana. I open the fridge. What's weird?

PERINO: Well, I have the same, condiments and expired cheeses and meats that never got eaten. It's not - maybe it's not weird, but Jasper's food is in there.

WILLIAMS: Why is the dog food in the fridge?

PERINO: Because you buy it, it has to be refrigerated. It's fresh pet. There is a lot of wine on the top shelf which I can't reach. And there are two boxes of very expensive chocolates, because I never - I don't want to really eat that. I thought I'll just eat them one-by-one, but then anyway I have chocolates if anybody wants to come over.

WATTERS: You just put them on the top shelf. If you don't want to eat.

MONTGOMERY: Wine and chocolate.

PERINO: I know it's pretty good.

WILLIAMS: Really. Well, sometimes I end up at Greg's place.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: So, we're out in the woods.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: And I say Greg, man, I'm hungry. What have you got back in the fridge?

GUTFELD: That's when I give you one of those pills.

WILLIAMS: Oh! No.

GUTFELD: Whispering Angel Ros,, some of my favorites.

PERINO: You like that.

GUTFELD: But you know my wife has this weird stuff called, is it Kefir.

PERINO: Yes.

GUTFELD: What is that? Yes. It's really thick and gross. I think she has it there, because she knows I'm lactose intolerant. She likes to taunt me with her thick buttery.

PERINO: But if you're lactose intolerant, can you have goat milk.

GUTFELD: I don't know you could have any milk.

WATTERS: I just think you're intolerant.

GUTFELD: No, I am intolerant. I hate everything.

PERINO: Do you have food though?

GUTFELD: Yes. Well, which location are you discussing?

PERINO: The one upstate.

GUTFELD: Well, I have lots of snacks because oftentimes I would come home late and everything will be closed. Lots of nuts, lots of cheeses, lots of sliced meats. And a few fingers belonging to hitchhikers.

MONTGOMERY: And the hemps.

GUTFELD: And the hemps.

WILLIAMS: And the hemps. Well, I tell you what. You know Jesse I feel for you because when I open the fridge, sometimes I have cherry juice, which of late I've discovered. I like a lot. And I'm told that it's good--

MONTGOMERY: For gout.

WILLIAMS: For inflammation.

PERINO: Yes.

WILLIAMS: That is really great stuff and that athletes have all kinds of drinks. I've been trying to--

MONTGOMERY: My mouth just water. I like cherry juice.

WILLIAMS: Cherry juice.

WATTERS: I just discovered pomegranate juice. Have you ever had that?

WILLIAMS: Yes, I like it. It's not as flavorful.

PERINO: Where are you going with all these discoveries.

WILLIAMS: But here is the thing, if you open my fridge because it's my wife and my fridge, it's just jam with stuff. And I think this stuff is old. Talk about expiration date. She didn't throw anything out, but if you open the fridge, the freezer part. Now that's my heaven, because you will find--

PERINO: Ice cream.

WILLIAMS: Ice cream. You will find like seven different quartz flavors of ice cream plus sometimes they'll be like good humor bars; you know. I love those, especially the almond crunch ones.

WATTERS: Yes.

PERINO: I'm blessed with a good metabolism Juan.

WILLIAMS: All right, one more question, real quick. This question comes from Donna S. how would your mother describe you growing up as a child, Gregory.

GUTFELD: A handful, I would say.

WATTERS: Literally.

GUTFELD: Literally. That's true. I could fit in her hand; I was a tiny creature.

PERINO: I have no idea. Determined.

WILLIAMS: Determined.

PERINO: I think.

WILLIAMS: You mean to say she loves you.

PERINO: Yes. But you said how would you describe me.

WILLIAMS: My lovable Dana.

PERINO: No, my sister gets that title.

WILLIAMS: All right.

GUTFELD: So, your mother loved your sister more than you.

PERINO: Yes.

WILLIAMS: All right. Jesse.

WATTERS: Challenging.

WILLIAMS: Challenging. Mom would say challenging. Kennedy.

MONTGOMERY: My mom used to recite a poem because I had very curly hair. There once was a girl who had a little curl right in the middle of her forehead, when she was good, she was very, very good. But when she was bad, she was horrid.

WILLIAMS: Wow.

MONTGOMERY: So, I think she would say that I am a delightful genius.

WILLIAMS: Well, that's what we think. Stable.

PERINO: Stable.

WILLIAMS: We think you're a stable genius. I think my mom would say take a punch. All right. Up next, a look back at "The Five"'s trip to Nashville, such fun including special surprises details, when "The Five" returns on Memorial Day.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

PERINO: My favorite Mariah Carey song. Welcome back to our Memorial Day Special. My fellow Fivers had a blast taking the show on the road to Nashville last month and here's a look back at some of the fun filled moments from "The Five"'s trip to Music City. Watch.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

JOHN RICH, SINGER: You write monologues. You write like big pieces. I condense things down into two and a half to three minutes.

GUTFELD: What he's saying is what I wrote was garbage.

RICH: Dialed it in and we came up with the song called Shut Up About Politics. I worked up an appetite.

WATTERS: Yes, me too.

RICH: So, we've got this thing in Nashville called Nashville Hot Chicken. That's sound good for lunch.

PERINO: Yes.

GUTFELD: Shut up.

RICH: Shut up. We're going to go eat some chickens.

WATTERS: How hot is the chicken?

RICH: There's this one called The Poltergeist that I think has your name all over.

WATTERS: I'm not scared.

RICH: You're the biggest guy, you could take.

WATTERS: My mom would use to soak the chicken the night before.

RICH: That's what it does.

WATTERS: And marinate. Yes.

RICH: All right. Here you go. Here is the hot stuff.

WATTERS: Slide the hot stuff up here.

PERINO: I'm going to join you.

WATTERS: Poltergeist down the hatch.  PERINO: OK. I get it.

WATTERS: It's building. It's separately building.

GUTFELD: Milk right now.

WATTERS: Come on.

RICH: Cowboy hats, boots, whatever you're looking for man. It's down to this place called French's Western Wear, French's shoes and boots.

WATTERS: Is the cowboy hat going to mess up my hair?

RICH: Your hair might mess up the cowboy hat. You are ready go get some boots?

PERINO: Yes.

WATTERS: Let's go.

RICH: Follow me. Let's go.

GUTFELD: You don't dance in these things.

RICH: Yes, you dance in them.

WATTERS: All right.

RICH: Do the jig, the two step, whatever you feel like, you know hot chicken and boots.

GUTFELD: Yes.

RICH: There you go.

PERINO: I like them.

WATTERS: You look great.

RICH: It's like country Cinderella. Oh! that's definitely you.

GUTFELD: Well, I'm a head banger.

RICH: That's definitely you.

WATTERS: Can I hit you in the head now.

RICH: Yes please.

WATTERS: All right.

RICH: Wow, that's awesome. A real bongo drums. Very sharp, very sharp.

WATTERS: I like it.

RICH: Jesse, I'm John Rich and this is my world. One last stop. My bar, Redneck Riviera. 5 o'clock in New York City, 4 o'clock here in Nashville, Tennessee.

RICH: Two brothers on the back.

WATTERS: That's the Joe Biden rule.

RICH: You bring the whiskey; I'll bring the wine.

GUTFELD: If your hair got any higher, it would have its own altitude. I don't know what's going on.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

MONTGOMERY: That was fantastic I hope you've all kept your hats and boots.

PERINO: Absolutely.

MONTGOMERY: That was amazing. I wanted to go to that French place, Frenchie's. All right, speaking of shut up about politics. We have a big announcement. Our good friend John Rich will be joining us here on "The Five" this Thursday May 30th for a very special performance of that song. How awesome was it?

PERINO: Well, the Nashville trip was a dream come true for me. Way back when on the 2016 bus trip, Greg wrote all of these funny lyrics to country music songs while we were on the bus trip and I really wanted to go and do that and then to see it all come to fruition and then have John Rich sing it and then coming here and I've had shut up about politics stuck in my head for three weeks, four weeks. It was great. That's a real song.

GUTFELD: It is a real song. He actually took garbage that I've written, and he made it into something, but I have to make, I haven't had epiphany watching this package. I look miserable on every trip we do. I look like I'm getting my teeth pulled.

PERINO: I thought you look like slash in the hat.

GUTFELD: Oh! Thank you.

WILLIAMS: Well, it looks like a good time. I wasn't there, but it looks like you guys had a hell of a good time. And I was really taken by what was it say Poltergeist chicken.

WATTERS: Yes.

MONTGOMERY: How was that? Was it hot as--

WATTERS: It was pretty hot. It was--

PERINO: It wasn't really that hot.

WILLIAMS: Poultry Geist.

WATTERS: You get it.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: Yes. But then at one point it looked like you just like spit.

WATTERS: Well that was - what were those.

PERINO: Sugar.

WATTERS: Sugar on that.

WILLIAMS: Wow, because they must have been hot.

WATTERS: It was pretty hot, Juan. Very hot.

PERINO: But I handled it very well.

WATTERS: Yes, very classy.

WILLIAMS: In fact, what I heard from Donna Brazile was you handled the best of all.  PERINO: I took a very small bite and I think that I have to be honest about that.  WILLIAMS: No, No don't be honest.

GUTFELD: You also have to remind yourself it's not about the chicken going in.

WATTERS: Thank you, Greg.

GUTFELD: Everybody talking, yes, it wasn't so bad. It's not about when you're eating it people.  WILLIAMS: Wow.

MONTGOMERY: That's the conversation grinding to a host.

PERINO: You know music very well; do you think that we did a pretty good song?

MONTGOMERY: I thought it was amazing and I love seeing the process of a song coming together and the lyrics and the music and the recording process and you realize John Rich had such a great voice.

WATTERS: Terrific what he does0.

MONTGOMERY: And then when you hear his speaking voice, you realize how good his singing voice is. It's such a soft buttery sound. I'm going to stop there. Be right there because we have one more question and that's coming up next.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

GUTFELD: Time now for one more fan mail question. Where is it? It's one of those things.

MONTGOMERY: It's question. You can write there.

GUTFELD: Where is your dream location to do "The Five" from? Dana.

PERINO: OK, I have had this dream for a long time. It could take a long time to get there, but I would love to take "The Five" to the family ranch in Newcastle, Wyoming. So please, if we could do that, it would be fun and also, we would get Jesse and Greg on a horse.

GUTFELD: Don't make us do play like school or something. What would you do, you'd force us to play "The Five"? OK, everybody sits down and let's do "The Five" and we would never go outside.

PERINO: Oh! I had kids do that today.

GUTFELD: Really.

PERINO: Yes.

GUTFELD: That's great. Where is your dream location?

WATTERS: I think we should do it in San Francisco and hear me out.

MONTGOMERY: OK. I think it would be a big news event if "The Five" and Fox News came to San Francisco and Fox News San Francisco, "The Five", I just think it would be a combustible experience.

GUTFELD: It's certainly would be.

WATTERS: And there would be more fans in San Francisco than you'd really think.

MONTGOMERY: That's true. That's true.

GUTFELD: What about you, Juan?

WILLIAMS: Well, I think we should go on a cruise. Here's the thing. You could go like to Mobile Alabama or San Diego, right. Lot of military around. You love "The Five."

MONTGOMERY: Yes, OK. I like that.

WILLIAMS: And guess what, beautiful places.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: So, in other words, you could be--

PERINO: So, why do you have to get on a boat?

WILLIAMS: Because the boat Dana would give you a sense of community, like people would be thrilled to be able to say I've got on a cruise and saw "The Five."

WATTERS: Can we charge them?

WILLIAMS: Yes, sure. You can charge.

WATTERS: I'm in.

GUTFELD: Imagine going on like a weeklong cruise with like conservative stars. I could--

PERINO: And Juan.

WILLIAMS: I've done this for conservative magazine.

GUTFELD: I know, I know. I did it once and that was enough.

MONTGOMERY: Speaking of stars, Greg.

GUTFELD: Yes.

MONTGOMERY: I think "The Five" should go to the Keck Observatory at the top of Maunakea on the Big Island of Hawaii. It's close to the heavens.

GUTFELD: Absolutely.

MONTGOMERY: And its possible because it is science and nature combined in one place and it would be absolutely glorious.

PERINO: What about you? Where do you want us to go?

GUTFELD: I would love to go to 40, let's say 47th Street in Sixth Avenue in New York City.

MONTGOMERY: What?

GUTFELD: It seems like we're already living my dream. That's it for this special edition of "The Five." We hope you all had a great Memorial Day.

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This is a rush transcript from "The Five," May 27, 2019. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: Hello, I'm Greg Gutfeld with Kennedy, Juan Williams, Jesse Watters, and she picnics on a postage stamp, Dana Perino -- "The Five."

You might have noticed it's Memorial Day. The unofficial kick off to the summer. And we have lots of fun in store including our advice for college graduates. A special Memorial Day edition of supermarket showdown with Jesse, and a look back at our road trip to Nashville with a big surprise.  You won't want to miss, so stay tuned. But first, you've sent us lots of questions on social media, so let's get right to them, shall we?

DANA PERINO, CO-HOST: Let's get after it.

GUTFELD: Oh, very good. Already knocking Chris Cuomo. All right, first question, a good question, a political question from Steven Menner. So far, what is your favorite moment from this year in politics, Jesse?

JESSE WATTERS, CO-HOST: No collusion, no obstruction. I've been saying that to people on the street --

GUTFELD: Yes.

WATTERS: -- with a little fist pump.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WATTERS: There you go.

GUTFELD: How many times have you been beaten up?

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: I have a black eye right here.

GUTFELD: Well, that's interesting. How about you, Juan?

JUAN WILLIAMS, CO-HOST: I can't think of one at the moment. I was just listening to Jesse and thinking what an awful moment that was.

WATTERS: You're upset the president wasn't a spy.

WILLIAMS: No, I was upset that Bill Barr decided that he was going to intervene and interpret for everyone, and do so in a distorting manner. So I can't say it was a highlight --

GUTFELD: You hate the refs.

WILLIAMS: I don't hate the refs --

GUTFELD: You hate the refs.

WILLIAMS: Oh yeah, when the ref cheats I hate it. I hate it. I hate it.

GUTFELD: No favorite moments?

WILLIAMS: I'm just trying to think back, I mean, you know, obviously, you know, if there's moments. I mean, people to be remembered like Richard Luger. They have a really nice ceremony with Luger in D.C. But, I mean, to me, that's kind of old school politics.

WATTERS: How about when you forced the shutdown? That must have been a good time?

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: Remember the shutdown? It felt like just a couple of months ago.

WILLIAMS: I think that was your guy.

WATTERS: No.

GUTFELD: Kennedy, do you have any favorite moments?

LISA KENNEDY MONTGOMERY, GUEST CO-HOST: When Nancy Pelosi assumed the speakership again. Not only because there's an on-going sequence of her glitching on camera, which is like flash is lighting, but also there's going to be so much obstruction, Congress, that they wouldn't be able to spend too much money.

GUTFELD: Ah, that's true. They cancel each other out. So as a libertarian part, they can't do any work.

MONTGOMERY: No.

GUTFELD: Yeah.

MONTGOMERY: I'm fine with that.

GUTFELD: It's like a strike. Dana, what was your favorite moment from this?

PERINO: I'm remembering -- I think it was a rally I think the president did, and for some reason it just -- I laughed so hard. I can't remember --

GUTFELD: Is when he mentioned me, wasn't it?

PERINO: That was hilarious.  GUTFELD: Yeah. That was my favorite moment. I was going to say Michael Avenatti getting indicted because he was supposed to be the last great hope for the Democratic Party, and now he's probably going to go to jail. But, when -- yeah, I was sitting with my family when that happened. That was pretty funny.

PERINO: That was --

GUTFELD: That should have been your moment as well.

PERINO: Anything that has to do with you is my favorite.

GUTFELD: Oh, this is a fun question from Samantha Kumar. You're running for president, what is your slogan? Kennedy?

MONTGOMERY: Well, it's probably the one that I use on my show. It's make every day a Kenne-day.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: Wow.

PERINO: I like it.

GUTFELD: That's great. It should be vote for a real Kennedy.

MONTGOMERY: Yeah.

(LAUGHTER)  GUTFELD: Anyway, Dana? You're going to be running for president, let's face it. Probably --

(CROSSTALK)

GUTFELD: That's the big decision later in the show.

(CROSSTALK)

PERINO: I think I would do tougher than she looks.

GUTFELD: Oh, that's kind of sexist.

PERINO: I don't know if that's really true.

GUTFELD: You're pretty tough.

WATTERS: I don't know.

GUTFELD: How about you, Jesse?

WATTERS: I'm trying to think of something good.

GUTFELD: That should be it. Jesse Watters trying to think of something good.

WATTERS: There we go.

GUTFELD: Put it on the photo.

PERINO: The waters run deep.

WATTERS: Still waters runs deep.

GUTFELD: Oh.

PERINO: But you're never still. You're always --

(CROSSTALK)  GUTFELD: You can't even come up with a pun.

MONTGOMERY: Well, I mean, it could be the name of the book that you gave, rising waters is also a great --

WATTERS: That's a little alarming, though. I think we don't want to scare people on the coast. We've got to win the coast.

GUTFELD: You're going to clean this country up, Watters. I don't know.

WATTERS: I don't think I'm going to run on an anti-corruption campaign.

GUTFELD: No.

WATTERS: I think I'm going to be corrupt. People -- my opponents are going to run against me on an anti-corruption campaign.

WILLIAMS: Wait a minute, I've never heard -- this is an innovative thought, you would run as the corruption candidate.

WATTERS: Yes, I'm pro-corruption.

(CROSSTALK)  WATTERS: Donate to my campaign.

(CROSSTALK)  WILLIAMS: Exactly. If I donate to his campaign, I'll get what I want.

(CROSSTALK)

MONTGOMERY: You can have a whole closet full of Watters' gear.

PERINO: I remember what -- can I go back to --

GUTFELD: Yes, you can. Yeah.

PERINO: Remember when the president was talking about the slippery stage that he was on. That was the one.

GUTFELD: Yeah, that was very good. Only he would spend 20 minutes talking about the stage being slippery.

PERINO: I was thinking about like the advance people. They must have been dying back stage, like, sorry, sir. Sorry.

GUTFELD: Yeah. Juan, what's your slogan?

WILLIAMS: Wonderful.

GUTFELD: Ah. And then when you run for reelection it's Juan more time.

WILLIAMS: There we go.

WATTERS: It's like keep America great again.

GUTFELD: Yes, exactly.

WILLIAMS: I think this is the exact opposite, like your corruption thing.

WATTERS: Hey, Juan, once is enough.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: My slogan would be vote for Greg and leave us, U.S., alone.  Leave us alone. Isn't that what we really want to be left alone? Yes, yes, bring it back. Yeah, just leave us alone. You can come here but just leave us alone. Leave us out of it. That's a good slogan

PERINO: I want us to be -- I want us to be leading it.

GUTFELD: Super cool, Dana Perino. All right --

WATTERS: Careful.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: Name calling on Memorial Day.

GUTFELD: All right. Maria asked, with the end of the school year coming what's your most memorable last day of school. And, Dana, you must have something special.

PERINO: Last day of school, I was probably so miserable.

GUTFELD: Yes.

PERINO: Like, I can't believe school is over.

GUTFELD: Can we have school through summer.

PERINO: And I would make my sister play school.

GUTFELD: No.

(LAUGHTER)  PERINO: Well, I played school a lot.

GUTFELD: Did you?

PERINO: Oh, yeah.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: People play doctor.

GUTFELD: Six child play school.

PERINO: I would make up like the tests and everything, and she would have to take the test.

WATTERS: Oh, my God.

GUTFELD: You're a horrible sibling.

WATTERS: I feel so bad for your sister.

PERINO: I would get home and if there's any reading assignments for the summer I would just start them immediately.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: God. We would not have been friends.

(LAUGHTER)

PERINO: Definitely not.

GUTFELD: That's hilarious that you think that's the reason.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: Kennedy?

WATTERS: Not in the book club.

GUTFELD: I'm not in the book club either.

MONTGOMERY: My last day of college because I was 38 weeks pregnant. And I was literary bursting with life. And I will never forget turning in my final paper on the site turn it in.com and just dissolving into a puddle of relieve tears.

(CROSSTALK)

(LAUGHTER)

MONTGOMERY: Well, there I was. You got a mop? Have the baby right there on campus. Go Bruins, whoa. No, but I was so like emotional and relieved that I put so much work into college, and I didn't want to have my baby before I graduated, and that was my big fear that I was going to have a baby and complete finals. And I don't have a high school diploma and I was worried I wouldn't get a college degree, and I knew at that moment that I had completed everything.

GUTFELD: Wow.

WILLIAMS: How old were you?

MONTGOMERY: Thirty two.

WILLIAMS: Wow, that's a wonderful moment in life.

MONTGOMERY: It was great.

WILLIAMS: And your folks were there?

MONTGOMERY: Yeah, my parents watched me graduate, and I was the first -- I was the first child to graduate from college.

WILLIAMS: Go, Kennedy.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: What a proud moment.

GUTFELD: Juan?

WILLIAMS: Well, I think it's a lot like that. I remember being with my mom and dad in -- and there's a picture of the three of us, and I got this big fro, and my little mom and my skinny, tall dad, just -- when I see that picture I just think, well, that's quite a moment in life when you graduate.

But in general, in last days I always think, you know, hauling all of that stuff out, you know, your glove, your bat, you know, things that have been down in the locker room, you've got to get it and get out of there. And lots of times it's interesting, even though I'm glad the school year is over I'll be like, oh, I have to do something else. All my friends -- where my friends gonna be. I'm not going to see this for a while.

GUTFELD: What about you, Jesse?

WATTERS: I just want to get that picture of Juan with the afro.

WILLIAMS: Oh, it's easy.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: You've got to find that picture, Juan. I'm trying to remember if I was allowed to walk during graduation. I might have not been allowed to walk. I remember throwing up my -- what is it called?

MONTGOMERY: Water board?

WATTERS: Yeah, and trying to hit someone with it. Lieberman was the speaker in my commencement, and so I think I fell asleep. I don't remember a thing.

GUTFELD: He's a bright fellow.

WILLIAMS: Wait, we just went by this thing here. Why weren't you allowed to walk?

WATTERS: Juan, it's a long story.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: And my mom might be watching.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: I was late for my graduation because of all of the parties and stuff. But I remember one thing and one thing only from my graduation, Neal Young was there.

WATTERS: No way.

PERINO: Really?

GUTFELD: Neil Young.

MONTGOMERY: You were from northern California.

GUTFELD: Yeah, his wife's -- wait, no. He's married to my buddy's sister.  Bryan's sister was married to him. And so Neil Young hanging out in the lobby. It was crazy. He had big side burns.

MONTGOMERY: Did you guys jam?

GUTFELD: Yeah, we put a few songs together.

PERINO: He probably loved that.

GUTFELD: Yeah, that's all I remember. OK, I'm going to tease now. All right, there's a lot more to come on "The Five"'s Memorial Day special including our advice for the new college graduates, that's next.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

PERINO: Welcome back to our Memorial Day special. It's graduation time as well, and the class of 2019 is about to enter the real world. So we'd like to take a moment or two to share some of our great advice for this year college graduates. All right, I'm going to kick it off.

So we've been talking a lot of student loans and here's my advised, because we have a tight labor market and a booming economy, I feel like if you have student loan and you're looking for a job, you should seek companies that are willing to pay your student loan as part of the perk or part of your package.

And guess what? There are actually a lot of companies that will do this.  We have a list, I believe. Fidelity, for example. ETNA, Penguin Random House, PWC, so a lot of financial firms. Abbott, they do pharmaceutical.  First Republic -- Live Nation. That's pretty fun, right? But this is a new thing that perhaps if you're in a competitive situation you might be able to get your student loan paid for if you ask for it.

GUTFELD: So you took this segment seriously.

PERINO: Yeah.

GUTFELD: I was just going to come up with an answer while you guys were talking.

PERINO: We'll come back to you then. Jesse, do you have advised for graduates?

WATTERS: Yes, my advised is dress to impress. Looks are very important --

PERINO: This is great new advice that no one has ever heard before.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: I won't reiterate it. I think -- first of all, shoes make the men. Women pay attention to shoes, that's important. Always shine them too.

(CROSSTALK)  GUTFELD: Old copy of Esquire.

MONTGOMERY: From 1958.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WATTERS: Yes, dress to impress still holds true. OK, so at Fox I was one of those guys who's like 23, 24, wearing a blazer and a tie and everybody else was wearing whatever they wanted. But I think I was promoted mostly because I dressed well, because I dressed for the job I wanted.

GUTFELD: I bet you were well liked by all your peers.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: Anyway, I have another piece of advice. So this is part two, this is also very important. I took this as much as seriously as you did.

PERINO: OK.

WATTERS: Moving out of your parent's house is OK because you want to live uncomfortably in a really crappy apartment sometime and scrounge to make ends meet because that struggle motivates you to make more money so you could have air-conditioning and nice clothes.

PERINO: This is fascinating advice.

(LAUGHTER)

WATTERS: I think that's the best advice --

PERINO: It's like the classic, which we appreciate, of course. Kennedy, you have advice?

MONTGOMERY: I have -- one is learn to fish. It's great for men and women, it teaches you survival skills and you get to feed yourself. You will never go anywhere ugly when you learn to fish. All of your fishing vacations will be beautiful. Number two, learn to make five great meals.  You waste so much money buying food outside of your house or apartment. If you learn to cook and you bring stuff to work, and you eat food at work and you don't go out for every meal, you'll save so much money.

PERINO: Well, that's me.

MONTGOMERY: Find the 12 smartest people you know, ask them each their favorite book, read one a month. That would give you a year's worth of continuing education. And the other thing is, move to a cheap part of the country, preferably somewhere in the middle. Challenge yourself geographically and you will also save money and have interesting experience.

WATTERS: I, going to disagree with one of those. I don't think bringing your lunch to work is that great of an idea.

MONTGOMERY: It is if you're spending $12 --

WATTERS: It's weird when you reheat it in the microwave it smells bad.  And you're missing out on the opportunity to build camaraderie with your colleagues --

MONTGOMERY: Eat in the break room.

PERINO: I, for one, I'm very grateful that you took this so seriously.  That's really good advice. One, I think, the cooking -- I'm way behind on that. The book one, I don't think I've ever actually done that.

MONTGOMERY: It's great. It's a wonderful exercise because if you take people from all different walks of life, people who are smart and interesting -- you know, your favorite book is something sacred to you.

PERINO: Yeah.

MONTGOMERY: And then you read one a month, you'll emerge a great --

WATTERS: Start with the Gutfeld Monologue.

GUTFELD: Yeah.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: In paperback in just a few weeks. Thanks, Jesse.

WATTERS: You're welcome.

PERINO: Juan, did you take this seriously?

WILLIAMS: Yeah, I mean, when I give commencement I always say surprise yourself to the graduates. And by that I mean things like, you know --

GUTFELD: Kill somebody.

WILLIAMS: -- go on stage, do a comedy routine. See how you do. How could you do it if you try to do comedy live. Or learn another language. Go travel. So many people don't go traveling. I mean -- and when I say travel, I'm not only talking about like go overseas, like go visit a country that you've never been to, but I'm talking about travel around the USA.

I mean, when I was, you know, covering campaigns and the likes, I've got to go to every state in the country, and to me it was like some of these places were so interesting. I had no idea. This is the USA. But there are all kinds of different flavors and tones and chills and thrills to being in America.

WATTERS: I also want to disagree with your first two points there, never do a comedy routine with no net underneath you. You don't want to bomb on stage live in front of an audience. Two, learn another language?

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: I would stick to English. Just improve your English language skills.

PERINO: All right. Greg, have you had enough time to think of something?

GUTFELD: Well, first, if they haven't graduated yet -- in a watch I wouldn't say dropout, obviously. But now -- if you're going to graduate, you're looking for work, I have -- maybe I have three things.

PERINO: OK.

GUTFELD: One, move anywhere. Don't say I have to have a job in New York City. I lived almost 10 years in Allentown, Pennsylvania. If I have to do that, so do you, OK? So do you.

PERINO: And you loved it.

GUTFELD: Well, I love it. And also, I have a great job.

(CROSSTALK)

GUTFELD: Eastern P.A. is great. I enjoyed -- had a great time. Don't start smoking pot until you're rich because I've seen --

(LAUGHTER)  GUTFELD: I've seen people who smoke a lot of pot screw up their ambition, and they still think that they're doing all right. But all of a sudden, they're in their mid to late 30s and they're still doing the same thing because they're waking and baking every day. Wait until you reach a certain point and then you treat pot like a martini. You have it when you come home or you don't have it at all.

WATTERS: Is there something you want to tell everybody, Greg?

GUTFELD: No, I stay away --

WILLIAMS: So what do you say about alcohol?

GUTFELD: Alcohol, you can drink. Drinking you can control. Pot -- now the other thing too which is a little bit more complicated is to develop a portfolio of skills, and they don't even have to be to get a better job or to find a vocation, but just to be able to do different things because you never know when that one thing is going to hit.

For example, if you're working in some kind of -- let say you're working in law, right?  And maybe you should show up on a local TV station and do a spot there because they need somebody to talk about, I don't know, some kind of litigation, and then all of a sudden you find out that people start asking you more. That's a little part of your portfolio that you started.  Or maybe you decide you want to learn an instrument --

PERINO: Play a guitar.

GUTFELD: Yeah, play a guitar in your 20's and you start writing songs, and all of a sudden you have a little bit. Or maybe you start cartooning or you do all these little things, and one little thing could actually be the big thing and not the thing you're doing. I was in magazine publishing.  This is an outgrowth of editorial meetings. This wasn't what I was doing.

(CROSSTALK)  PERINO: Those are really good advice. You also gave advice a couple of years ago, move to somewhere where they have public transportation so that if you drink --

GUTFELD: Yes.

PERINO: -- you can get home without getting a DUI.

GUTFELD: I don't know in that was me, but that's great advice. You know I was drunk when I said that --

PERINO: No, you were sitting right there.

WILLIAMS: I don't like your bias against marijuana. All of a sudden you can get so drunk you can't even get home, but don't smoke marijuana.

MONTGOMERY: Can I add something on to your cannabis thing? Save your money, don't buy cannabis. All the money that you're going to spend on weed, buy cannabis stock.

(CROSSTALK)

MONTGOMERY: But you'll thank me in 10 years when you have -- talk about a portfolio. When you're a multi-millionaire that's when you can start --

PERINO: Then you can be like Robert Smith and pay off everyone's student loans.

(CROSSTALK)  PERINO: Up next, back by popular demand, Jesse puts us to the test with a special Memorial Day edition of supermarket showdown.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

MIKE EMANUEL, FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT: I'm Mike Emanuel in Washington, and here are your latest headlines. Well, in Tokyo, President Trump is downplaying recent North Korea missile launches saying they're not violations of U.N. Security Council resolutions, but rather Kim Jong-un's attempt to get attention. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe standing alongside the president disagreed calling the launches a great regret.

Back in Washington, President Trump's attorneys are appealing two federal court rulings last week that found that Congress is entitled to documents related to Mr. Trump's finances. The cases will likely end up in front of a Supreme Court. The chairman of the House Oversight Committee referred to one of the ruling as a slam dunk.

Vice-President Mike Pence participated in the traditional Memorial Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery today. The vice president laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier and paid tribute to the families of fallen U.S. armed forces noting for them every day is Memorial Day.  Join me for Special Report tonight at 6 PM Eastern.

WATTERS: Welcome back everybody. It's time now for a brand new Memorial Day edition of Supermarket Showdown. We're battling it out over the prices of some of our favorite items. Whoever guesses the closest without going over is the winner. Don't guess over. And just a reminder, I don't know the answers in advance.

PERINO: Is this New York prices or America prices?

WATTERS: We're just going to go with whatever the answers are.

PERINO: OK.

WATTERS: All right, American prices.

(CROSSTALK)  WATTERS: All right, Nathan's hot dogs, here we go. We have some Nathan's hot dog right there.

PERINO: It has the price tag on it.

WATTERS: I don't see it.

GUTFELD: Yeah, there is.

WATTERS: You can see it? OK. Well, you know what? I can't see it, so you guys are disqualified. And here we go, Nathan --

GUTFELD: All right. Let's do it.

WATTERS: Here we go. That's a six.

(LAUGHTER)

GUTFELD: Juan wrote hot dogs.

WATTERS: And the answer is $4.79.

MONTGOMERY: Please look at this.

GUTFELD: Wow.

MONTGOMERY: Thank you.

WATTERS: Score one for Kennedy.

GUTFELD: He's accusing you of cheating.

MONTGOMERY: I did not see the price tag.

WATTERS: Everybody write your answers bigger. OK, next up, we have a pina-colada mix for those of you guys who like to doing vibe. Pina-colada everybody. There it is. Write it down.

GUTFELD: All right.

WATTERS: Answers up.

GUTFELD: Wow.

WATTERS: OK. And the answer is for the pina-colada mix, $3.99.

MONTGOMERY: Oh, wow.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: Juan Williams. OK, Juan has one. Kennedy has one. Everybody else --

PERINO: Is that because you like to go and drink those, Juan?

WATTERS: Yes, Juan has already had one before the show. You can tell by his answer. All right, we have the beach umbrella which is important because of global warning. Everybody needs some screen from the sun.  Harsh rays --

MONTGOMERY: Where it's from?

WATTERS: -- are going to cook you.

(CROSSTALK)

WATTERS: There it is. I'm going to go with --

MONTGOMERY: Target.

GUTFELD: Target.

WATTERS: From Target, OK. Answers up. OK, and we have the beach -- oh, close, very close, $20. That is a rip off. Who got that? Dana? Greg?

PERINO: No, I've said $12.

WATTERS: Greg had $40 for the umbrella.

GUTFELD: That's how much I pay when I go to the beach.

WATTERS: I had $13.99, did I win?

MONTGOMERY: You won.

PERINO: Yes.

WATTERS: On the board. All right. It's about time and I did not know the answers ahead of time.

GUTFELD: We need music.

WATTERS: All right, sunscreen everybody. This is Copper tune SPF 30; you never want to go below 30.

PERINO: That's true.

WATTERS: That's what my dermatologist told me.

GUTFELD: That's what my dating coach said. We'll be right back.

WATTERS: All right, here we go. Let's go. Let's see, this is a tough one. That's a big bottle, right. It's kind of big. Let's go. OK. What's up.

GUTFELD: You and I said the same thing.

WATTERS: All right. Sunscreen, $6.99.

GUTFELD: Originally.

WATTERS: Who got it?

PERINO: I won.

WATTERS: Dana Perino.

GUTFELD: You've got $6.90.

MONTGOMERY: $4.90.

WATTERS: Everybody moves on the board, except Greg. OK, I didn't go to stores.

MONTGOMERY: That's a markup because I have bought that bottle--

GUTFELD: All right.

WATTERS: Greg's housekeeper buys all his stuff for him. All right. Next up we have a watermelon.

MONTGOMERY: This is always the hardest.

WATTERS: It's 16-pound watermelon. OK. This is not a New York watermelon. This is the watermelon you'd get in America.

MONTGOMERY: Is there one price or is it by the pound.

WATTERS: Well, it's 16 pounds, so you do the math. I'm going to go. Here we go. Everybody,

MONTGOMERY: Jesse, there is no way.

WATTERS: What do you have. OK. And the answer for the watermelon, let's see if the person from Wyoming knows it. $6.15.

PERINO: Wow. That has really, really gone up.

WATTERS: Juan, wow. Juan gets it right. All right. Here we go. The unicorn pool float. Greg, hold it up please.

GUTFELD: Absolutely.

WATTERS: On the prices.

GUTFELD: I've never had to pay for one of these though. They're usually given to me and blown up by fine young gentlemen.

MONTGOMERY: That from five below.

GUTFELD: I don't know what the hell is five below.

MONTGOMERY: How dare you.

WATTERS: Greg's boy is not included in the price.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WATTERS: All right, everybody writes your prices now.

GUTFELD: Is this from Target also?

WATTERS: Very good.

GUTFELD: There is still some sunscreen on that. Who did you take that from?

WATTERS: All right. Here we go. Put it up people.

GUTFELD: All right.

WATTERS: And unicorn pool float, what, $14.99.

GUTFELD: I won.

MONTGOMERY: I'm $9.99.

GUTFELD: You won.

WATTERS: Did Dana win the whole thing?

GUTFELD: Yes.

MONTGOMERY: Dana and Juan tied.

WATTERS: Dana and Juan tied. Do we have a tie breaker?

GUTFELD: Tie breaker.

WATTERS: Tiebreaker. OK, let's do - we need a tiebreaker.

MONTGOMERY: That is available five below by the way. That's why I put $4.99.

GUTFELD: Royalty from five below.

WATTERS: All right.

MONTGOMERY: I love it.

WATTERS: We don't have a tie breaker item, so stay tuned.

WILLIAMS: Wait. I want to arm wrestle.

GUTFELD: That's not fair. Dana would smoke you, Juan.

PERINO: Yes, I don't want to embarrass you Juan.

WILLIAMS: That's true. She's a right winger.

WATTERS: All right, Dana. Well done.

PERINO: Thank you.

WATTERS: All right. We'll be right back.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

WILLIAMS: Welcome back to "The Five" on this Memorial Day. Thanks for joining us. Now to more of your fan mail questions. These come from social media. Number one, Facebook question from Frenchie F. What weird thing would I find in your refrigerator if I opened it right now. So, I'm going to go to the person who advised the graduates that they should know how to cook. I go to Ms. Kennedy.

MONTGOMERY: I have some weird stuff in my fridge. I've got four different kinds of pickles.

WILLIAMS: Wait, wait. Stop. Why do you have four different kinds of--

PERINO: She likes pickles.

MONTGOMERY: Number one, pickles are delicious. The pickle juice is a fantastic post-workout beverage and it also goes well with shots of Jameson, I hear, and my girls love pickles, but they don't like the same kind. I also have a bag of hemp hearts.

GUTFELD: Oh! My God.

WILLIAMS: What is that?

MONTGOMERY: It's like hemp seed, but just the hearts and then you mix them in smoothies.

GUTFELD: Oh! My God, for a minute I thought you're talking about the hemp family, for five years.

MONTGOMERY: That's in my freezer.

WILLIAMS: I should also tell you that Greg has previously on "The Five" mocked people who use pickle juice post-workout.

MONTGOMERY: Oh! It's great. It's fantastic.

WATTERS: It's true.

MONTGOMERY: You like cramping, Greg. Is that what you like?

GUTFELD: Yes, I love cramping. I love a good cramp.

WILLIAMS: Yes, well so much for your musical taste. Jesse, what do you think?

WATTERS: I don't know if it's weird, but have you ever had coconut water.

WILLIAMS: Yes, I love it.

WATTERS: So, I drink a lot of coconut water. What is so funny about that?

GUTFELD: You act like you discovered coconut water.

WATTERS: I did. I did recently discovered coconut water and it's delicious.

WILLIAMS: And it's good post-workout, the potassium.

MONTGOMERY: Mixed with pickle Jesse.

WATTERS: I wasn't sure. Yes. Also, Jameson.

WILLIAMS: In the fridge.

WATTERS: No, I don't keep that in the fridge.

WILLIAMS: What do you keep in the fridge, come on?

WATTERS: Mostly condiments and expired meats.

MONTGOMERY: Yes, exactly. Me too.

WATTERS: Yes.

WILLIAMS: Expired meats.

WATTERS: I know there is something expired in there right now. I haven't thrown it out yet.

WILLIAMS: My wife is like this.

WATTERS: Let me ask you a question.

WILLIAMS: She doesn't throw anything out.

WATTERS: When something in your fridge says sell by a certain date. Does that mean you can eat it after the date is passed?

MONTGOMERY: Yes.

WATTERS: Because it's sell buy, right. How many days post-sell buys.

MONTGOMERY: Just use your common sense.

WATTERS: Common sense.

WILLIAMS: If you see these bluish spores like thing on the bread, don't do it.

WATTERS: OK. All right.

WILLIAMS: All right. So, here I am now, I'm in New York. I'm saying they let me go over and visit, Dana. I open the fridge. What's weird?  PERINO: Well, I have the same, condiments and expired cheeses and meats that never got eaten. It's not - maybe it's not weird, but Jasper's food is in there.

WILLIAMS: Why is the dog food in the fridge?

PERINO: Because you buy it, it has to be refrigerated. It's fresh pet. There is a lot of wine on the top shelf which I can't reach. And there are two boxes of very expensive chocolates, because I never - I don't want to really eat that. I thought I'll just eat them one-by-one, but then anyway I have chocolates if anybody wants to come over.

WATTERS: You just put them on the top shelf. If you don't want to eat.

MONTGOMERY: Wine and chocolate.  PERINO: I know it's pretty good.

WILLIAMS: Really. Well, sometimes I end up at Greg's place.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: So, we're out in the woods.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: And I say Greg, man, I'm hungry. What have you got back in the fridge?

GUTFELD: That's when I give you one of those pills.

WILLIAMS: Oh! No.

GUTFELD: Whispering Angel Ros,, some of my favorites.

PERINO: You like that.

GUTFELD: But you know my wife has this weird stuff called, is it Kafir.

PERINO: Yes.

GUTFELD: What is that? Yes. It's really thick and gross. I think she has it there, because she knows I'm lactose intolerant. She likes to taunt me with her thick buttery.

PERINO: But if you're lactose intolerant, can you have goat milk.

GUTFELD: I don't know you could have any milk.

WATTERS: I just think you're intolerant.

GUTFELD: No, I am intolerant. I hate everything.

PERINO: Do you have food though?

GUTFELD: Yes. Well, which location are you discussing?

PERINO: The one upstate.

GUTFELD: Well, I have lots of snacks because oftentimes I would come home late and everything will be closed. Lots of nuts, lots of cheeses, lots of sliced meats. And a few fingers belonging to hitchhikers.

MONTGOMERY: And the hemps.

GUTFELD: And the hemps.

WILLIAMS: And the hemps. Well, I tell you what. You know Jesse I feel for you because when I open the fridge, sometimes I have cherry juice, which of late I've discovered. I like a lot. And I'm told that it's good--

MONTGOMERY: For gout.

WILLIAMS: For inflammation.

PERINO: Yes.

WILLIAMS: That is really great stuff and that athletes have all kinds of drinks. I've been trying to--

MONTGOMERY: My mouth just water. I like cherry juice.

WILLIAMS: Cherry juice.

WATTERS: I just discovered pomegranate juice. Have you ever had that?

WILLIAMS: Yes, I like it. It's not as flavorful.

PERINO: Where are you going with all these discoveries.

WILLIAMS: But here is the thing, if you open my fridge because it's my wife and my fridge, it's just jam with stuff. And I think this stuff is old. Talk about expiration date. She didn't throw anything out, but if you open the fridge, the freezer part. Now that's my heaven, because you will find--

PERINO: Ice cream.

WILLIAMS: Ice cream. You will find like seven different quartz flavors of ice cream plus sometimes they'll be like good humor bars; you know. I love those, especially the almond crunch ones.

WATTERS: Yes.

PERINO: I'm blessed with a good metabolism Juan.

WILLIAMS: All right, one more question, real quick. This question comes from Donna S. how would your mother describe you growing up as a child, Gregory.

GUTFELD: A handful, I would say.

WATTERS: Literally.

GUTFELD: Literally. That's true. I could fit in her hand; I was a tiny creature.

PERINO: I have no idea. Determined.

WILLIAMS: Determined.

PERINO: I think.

WILLIAMS: You mean to say she loves you.

PERINO: Yes. But you said how would you describe me.

WILLIAMS: My lovable Dana.

PERINO: No, my sister gets that title.

WILLIAMS: All right.

GUTFELD: So, your mother loved your sister more than you.

PERINO: Yes.

WILLIAMS: All right. Jesse.

WATTERS: Challenging.

WILLIAMS: Challenging. Mom would say challenging. Kennedy.

MONTGOMERY: My mom used to recite a poem because I had very curly hair. There once was a girl who had a little curl right in the middle of her forehead, when she was good, she was very, very good. But when she was bad, she was horrid.

WILLIAMS: Wow.

MONTGOMERY: So, I think she would say that I am a delightful genius.

WILLIAMS: Well, that's what we think. Stable.

PERINO: Stable.

WILLIAMS: We think you're a stable genius. I think my mom would say take a punch. All right. Up next, a look back at "The Five"'s trip to Nashville, such fun including special surprises details, when "The Five" returns on Memorial Day.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

PERINO: My favorite Mariah Carey song. Welcome back to our Memorial Day Special. My fellow Fivers had a blast taking the show on the road to Nashville last month and here's a look back at some of the fun filled moments from "The Five"'s trip to Music City. Watch.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

JOHN RICH, SINGER: You write monologues. You write like big pieces. I condense things down into two and a half to three minutes.

GUTFELD: What he's saying is what I wrote was garbage.

RICH: Dialed it in and we came up with the song called Shut Up About Politics. I worked up an appetite.

WATTERS: Yes, me too.

RICH: So, we've got this thing in Nashville called Nashville Hot Chicken. That's sound good for lunch.

PERINO: Yes.

GUTFELD: Shut up.

RICH: Shut up. We're going to go eat some chickens.

WATTERS: How hot is the chicken?

RICH: There's this one called The Poltergeist that I think has your name all over.

WATTERS: I'm not scared.

RICH: You're the biggest guy, you could take.

WATTERS: My mom would use to soak the chicken the night before.

RICH: That's what it does.

WATTERS: And marinate. Yes.

RICH: All right. Here you go. Here is the hot stuff.

WATTERS: Slide the hot stuff up here.

PERINO: I'm going to join you.

WATTERS: Poltergeist down the hatch.

PERINO: OK. I get it.

WATTERS: It's building. It's separately building.

GUTFELD: Milk right now.

WATTERS: Come on.

RICH: Cowboy hats, boots, whatever you're looking for man. It's down to this place called French's Western Wear, French's shoes and boots.

WATTERS: Is the cowboy hat going to mess up my hair?

RICH: Your hair might mess up the cowboy hat. You are ready go get some boots?

PERINO: Yes.

WATTERS: Let's go.  RICH: Follow me. Let's go.

GUTFELD: You don't dance in these things.

RICH: Yes, you dance in them.

WATTERS: All right.

RICH: Do the jig, the two step, whatever you feel like, you know hot chicken and boots.

GUTFELD: Yes.

RICH: There you go.  PERINO: I like them.

WATTERS: You look great.

RICH: It's like country Cinderella. Oh! that's definitely you.

GUTFELD: Well, I'm a head banger.

RICH: That's definitely you.

WATTERS: Can I hit you in the head now.

RICH: Yes please.

WATTERS: All right.

RICH: Wow, that's awesome. A real bongo drums. Very sharp, very sharp.

WATTERS: I like it.

RICH: Jesse, I'm John Rich and this is my world. One last stop. My bar, Redneck Riviera. 5 o'clock in New York City, 4 o'clock here in Nashville, Tennessee.

RICH: Two brothers on the back.

WATTERS: That's the Joe Biden rule.

RICH: You bring the whiskey; I'll bring the wine.

GUTFELD: If your hair got any higher, it would have its own altitude. I don't know what's going on.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

MONTGOMERY: That was fantastic I hope you've all kept your hats and boots.

PERINO: Absolutely.

MONTGOMERY: That was amazing. I wanted to go to that French place, Frenchie's. All right, speaking of shut up about politics. We have a big announcement. Our good friend John Rich will be joining us here on "The Five" this Thursday May 30th for a very special performance of that song. How awesome was it?  PERINO: Well, the Nashville trip was a dream come true for me. Way back when on the 2016 bus trip, Greg wrote all of these funny lyrics to country music songs while we were on the bus trip and I really wanted to go and do that and then to see it all come to fruition and then have John Rich sing it and then coming here and I've had shut up about politics stuck in my head for three weeks, four weeks. It was great. That's a real song.

GUTFELD: It is a real song. He actually took garbage that I've written, and he made it into something, but I have to make, I haven't had epiphany watching this package. I look miserable on every trip we do. I look like I'm getting my teeth pulled.

PERINO: I thought you look like slash in the hat.

GUTFELD: Oh! Thank you.

WILLIAMS: Well, it looks like a good time. I wasn't there, but it looks like you guys had a hell of a good time. And I was really taken by what was it say Poltergeist chicken.

WATTERS: Yes.

MONTGOMERY: How was that? Was it hot as--

WATTERS: It was pretty hot. It was--

PERINO: It wasn't really that hot.

WILLIAMS: Poultry Geist.

WATTERS: You get it.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: Yes. But then at one point it looked like you just like spit.

WATTERS: Well that was - what were those.

PERINO: Sugar.

WATTERS: Sugar on that.

WILLIAMS: Wow, because they must have been hot.

WATTERS: It was pretty hot, Juan. Very hot.

PERINO: But I handled it very well.

WATTERS: Yes, very classy.

WILLIAMS: In fact, what I heard from Donna Brazile was you handled the best of all.

PERINO: I took a very small bite and I think that I have to be honest about that.

WILLIAMS: No, No don't be honest.

GUTFELD: You also have to remind yourself it's not about the chicken going in.

WATTERS: Thank you, Greg.

GUTFELD: Everybody talking, yes, it wasn't so bad. It's not about when you're eating it people.

WILLIAMS: Wow.

MONTGOMERY: That's the conversation grinding to a host.

PERINO: You know music very well; do you think that we did a pretty good song?

MONTGOMERY: I thought it was amazing and I love seeing the process of a song coming together and the lyrics and the music and the recording process and you realize John Rich had such a great voice.

WATTERS: Terrific what he does0.

MONTGOMERY: And then when you hear his speaking voice, you realize how good his singing voice is. It's such a soft buttery sound. I'm going to stop there. Be right there because we have one more question and that's coming up next.

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GUTFELD: Time now for one more fan mail question. Where is it? It's one of those things.

MONTGOMERY: It's question. You can write there.

GUTFELD: Where is your dream location to do "The Five" from? Dana.

PERINO: OK, I have had this dream for a long time. It could take a long time to get there, but I would love to take "The Five" to the family ranch in Newcastle, Wyoming. So please, if we could do that, it would be fun and also, we would get Jesse and Greg on a horse.

GUTFELD: Don't make us do play like school or something. What would you do, you'd force us to play "The Five"? OK, everybody sits down and let's do "The Five" and we would never go outside.

PERINO: Oh! I had kids do that today.

GUTFELD: Really.

PERINO: Yes.

GUTFELD: That's great. Where is your dream location?

WATTERS: I think we should do it in San Francisco and hear me out.

MONTGOMERY: OK. I think it would be a big news event if "The Five" and Fox News came to San Francisco and Fox News San Francisco, "The Five", I just think it would be a combustible experience.

GUTFELD: It's certainly would be.

WATTERS: And there would be more fans in San Francisco than you'd really think.

MONTGOMERY: That's true. That's true.

GUTFELD: What about you, Juan?

WILLIAMS: Well, I think we should go on a cruise. Here's the thing. You could go like to Mobile Alabama or San Diego, right. Lot of military around. You love "The Five".

MONTGOMERY: Yes, OK. I like that.

WILLIAMS: And guess what, beautiful places.

GUTFELD: Yes.

WILLIAMS: So, in other words, you could be--

PERINO: So, why do you have to get on a boat?

WILLIAMS: Because the boat Dana would give you a sense of community, like people would be thrilled to be able to say I've got on a cruise and saw "The Five".

WATTERS: Can we charge them?

WILLIAMS: Yes, sure. You can charge.

WATTERS: I'm in.

GUTFELD: Imagine going on like a weeklong cruise with like conservative stars. I could--

PERINO: And Juan.

WILLIAMS: I've done this for conservative magazine.

GUTFELD: I know, I know. I did it once and that was enough.

MONTGOMERY: Speaking of stars, Greg.

GUTFELD: Yes.

MONTGOMERY: I think "The Five" should go to the Keck Observatory at the top of Maunakea on the Big Island of Hawaii. It's close to the heavens.

GUTFELD: Absolutely.

MONTGOMERY: And its possible because it is science and nature combined in one place and it would be absolutely glorious.

PERINO: What about you? Where do you want us to go?

GUTFELD: I would love to go to 40, let's say 47th Street in Sixth Avenue in New York City.

MONTGOMERY: What?

GUTFELD: It seems like we're already living my dream. That's it for this special edition of "The Five." We hope you all had a great Memorial Day.

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