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Steve Doocy joins me on the phone -- cohost of FOX & Friends Steve you -- could.
The New Year's Eve celebration with him from 2000 -- 2005 is that correct.
That's exactly right -- it was -- and impacted included the first New Year's Eve after September the eleventh.
-- here in New York City in Times Square it was a scary place to be and I remember.
I went -- guy out in the crowd.
-- fully I think it was Mario Lopez and all right.
Word there in Times Square with half a million of our favorite people and Dick Clark would just throw out does and we -- -- what was going on but I remember that first that first year after September the eleventh and I can't dictate before it started the show it -- be scared.
These it's geared to what they've -- has yet to be scared of them they're not gonna guess tonight.
-- really if he he really was New Year's Eve of -- tens of millions of Americans wants me that's who we watched.
Absolutely Stewart and and the proof was in who showed up on New Year's DV in Times Square and there are very beautiful and -- secrets are very few New -- in time script they're people from all over the country and all over the world and -- com.
They did come to see what it was -- Dick Clark talked about every year and he did it for decades and he did a better than anybody else.
Ever and I remember.
About a week or two after New Year's I would get a card.
A little hand.
-- written cards from hallmark.
From Dick Clark.
And Dick Clark's house in in his own -- he would just right thank you so much of a great job indicated.
It -- it was great throwing -- you did a good job and feel like.
There are a few true legends in broadcasting and he certainly was one of them and I was honored to be -- -- -- you know when you -- with someone in a professional capacity.
You get to know them as a person.
And as a real life human being.
He was a good man -- that's what I've always heard about the -- he was a good man he was kind to people who was generous and if you -- -- you knew that about invention.
He was -- very kind man in fact a lot of people don't know this and until the midnight hour work.
And -- New Year's Eve and that is that Dick's wife was always right next to a Kerry always some within the studio.
And for the last ten years and so they've used the Good Morning America studios over on Broderick and she would just be right there and he would have eye contact with his wife.
And they would embrace -- have a big -- at midnight.
And I remember the last year I did it it that it had to do is some sort of behind the scenes networks while at ABC and and he left it up phone message on my machine -- believe it's Dick Clark was that I I gotta tell you were to happen out here.
And we get what we still have Dick Clark on our own machine to these days he was a real gentleman and just so much.
You know -- you would just elated I remember do in the show.
There at wake up 44 and Broadway.
Baby 2003 to -- -- -- port don't think it.
-- -- -- I am doing to Dick Clark show with Dick Clark.
This is so cool.
Great sense of occasion it must've been because he was knew he is -- Steve -- we appreciate -- being with -- because obviously you grew up with Dick -- American -- you must you must know him from -- back -- -- I do and if in fact he had been a guest on our show for about five or six years before he invited me to be the Times Square reporter for -- show.
And he you know -- he would come -- he would promote his various projects and he was just.
Use a pro -- -- and I remember we were throwing at some of the clips like -- you've got to have one of the ridges separate download big court in Times Square.
And he always had that smile and I remember one time when he's on the fox in -- -- -- -- Now you always start with that -- well.
What do you think you know where the camera comes on base said.
Never thought about that I guess I'm just they didn't -- needs to look happy because people want to watch happy people and he was.
Wonderful memories Steve Doocy -- to bring them to us we appreciate Steve.
My pleasure Stewart now --
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