10/28/2014 09:53 am ET

Fox News Hosts Mock Efforts To Conserve Energy This Halloween

It's National Energy Action Month, so the Department of Energy has outlined some ways to make your Halloween a little more environmentally friendly this year. Seems harmless, right?

Not to the hosts of "Fox & Friends." In fact, they think it sounds pretty ridiculous.

For one, Fox News's Anna Kooiman can't understand what National Energy Action Month ... in OCTOBER, would have to do with Halloween ... in OCTOBER.

"I just can't really figure out what the connection between the two is," she said. "What does this have to do with Halloween and Fall?"

And if we have to do this for Halloween, does that mean that the Department of Energy is going to take away the fun for all the rest of the holidays too?

"For Thanksgiving, are we going to have turkey stuffed with anti-Keystone pipeline propaganda?" she asked, "and Easter Bunny 'war-on-women' chocolate eggs?"

Co-host Steve Doocy, however, had another plan:

"You could always carve a coal plant on the front of your pumpkin because that’s where the electricity to run your Prius comes from," he said. "A coal plant.”

H/T Raw Story