In Profile: Shillue, Wallace, Gutfeld

By Brian Flood 

New Red Eye host Tom Shillue sat down with Townhall to discuss his favorite movie lines, Kato Kaelin and even his guilty pleasure TV show:

I have no guilty pleasures in any category. If I like something I will not feel guilt about it. Storage Wars is a great show that teaches the value of buying and selling, of controlling your emotions when making decisions, and, it probably teaches us never to rent a storage locker, because it’s almost never worth it to pay to save all that junk.

FNC’s Chris Wallace talked to the Akron Beacon Journal about co-moderating Thursday’s GOP debate. Wallace dishes on his preparation, experience and how much attention this debate is receiving.


I’ve already written probably 25 questions. On the other hand, you also have to remain flexible. So as late as 5 or 6 o’clock of the night of the debate, if something comes up — whether it’s news or a comment made by somebody else — you can write new questions.

FNC’s Greg Gutfeld caught up with Real Clear Politics to discuss his unlikely career in the news.

 I was doing regular hits  on stuff like VH1 and MTV, those typical talking heads that come on and go ‘Paris Hilton, what’s up with that?’ I remember in the late 90s when I was at Men’s Health [magazine] I did Fox & Friends and The O’Reilly Factor and I was like ‘I really wanna work here.” I was talking to the people that would book me and said, ‘how do I get a job at Fox News?’ Nobody ever tells you, they kind of go, ‘oh yeah, shut up.” … maybe 10 years later it happened.