02/23/2012 01:41 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Episode 89: Google Romney (AUDIO)

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Episode #89: "Google Romney"


2012-02-23-MO1.jpgMo Rocca makes his triumphant return to The Six Pack this week. Sure, last time turned out to be his big so-called "coming out" party, but this time is even heartier as he tells us all about his new Cooking Channel special, My Grandma's Ravioli, and gives his thoughts on the GOP hopefuls and glitter bombing.

When asked if he feels the glitter-bombing phenomenon is an effective method to get a point across, Mo says, "I don't think so. I don't think it works... It's always better to play it a little bit more more polite, self-possessed, and dignified." He goes on to give his advice for Mitt Romney: "I think one thing that Mitt Romney should do is go see The Book of Mormon, and he should laugh. And I'm not being snarky here; I really think he should. I think part of the discomfort with him is about his religion, and he hasn't talked about it."

Also, be sure to catch the very special phone call we make to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's office to see about his veto of the gay marriage bill in New Jersey. Did he take our call personally? Only one way to find out!

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