"Good Morning America" welcomed new co-host George Stephanopoulos to the program last month, but Monday morning the program introduced "the man behind the journalist."
With help from his wife, Ali Wentworth, longtime friends James Carville and Mary Matalin, and a teacher and friend from high school, the segment described Stephanopoulos as a highly intelligent family man who cannot change a light bulb.
"This sounds like a joke: he can't change a light bulb," Wentworth said. "Smart guy, Rhodes Scholar, can't change a light bulb."
"I don't put George in a toolbox," Matalin said.
"You're probably not gonna run into him at the Home Depot," Carville said.
"George is not a good driver," said high school friend David Pomerantz, who described Stephanopoulos as "a nerd" who got into his share of fender-benders.
Wentworth called her husband "the greatest dad in the world" to their two daughters, and said he knows "every Hannah Montana song."
Stephanopoulos joked that he slipped the producer some money to drop the "George is short" segment.