Fox News over the weekend provided viewers with tips for spring cleaning by tasking two women presenters with the job of modeling household chores.
Fox & Friends host Clayton Morris teased a Saturday morning segment about spring cleaning while co-host Abby Huntsman and a female guest scrubbed a mock bedroom. While they cleaned, Fox News producers played the 1962 song Yakety Yak by the coasters.
“Take out the papers and the trash / Or you don’t get no spendin’ cash / If you don’t scrub that kitchen floor / You ain’t gonna rock and roll no more / Yakety yak (don’t talk back),” the song said as the show went to commercial.
Following the break, Huntsman promised helpful tips to “make your spring cleaning a breeze.”
And after after several minutes, two male hosts made an appearance.
“Guys, I know you are thrilled about all of these,” Huntsman said sarcastically.
“I’m excited to watch you do it,” Morris quipped.
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