Fox News host Brian Kilmeade mystified his colleagues on Sunday by announcing that he like his "meat tight" and that people should "tighten up my meat."
January 31, 2016

Fox News host Brian Kilmeade mystified his colleagues on Sunday by announcing that he like his "meat tight" and that people should "tighten up my meat."

Although Saturday Night Live took the weekend off, the weekday Fox & Friends anchors stepped up their game by hosting a weekend edition of the show on Sunday.

During a segment called "Dooce On The Loose," host Steve Doocy hit the streets outside the Fox News studios to find out how much New Yorkers knew about Iowa.

"So, Brian, that's where you're going to be going later today," Doocy explained to Kilmeade back in the studio. "And I just told him that he's got to try the loose meat sandwich, which is an Iowa tradition. It's like a sloppy joe with no tomato sauce."

"And I told you I like my meat tight," Kilmeade replied, stunning his co-hosts.

"What?" Doocy replied with amazement.

"Not loose," Kilmeade explained. "Tighten up my meat!"

"Okay," Doocy sighed.

"Okay," co-host Anna Kooiman agreed. "Have some corn while you're there too."

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