BRIAN KILMEADE (FOX & FRIENDS HOST): I don't get it. For me, in particular, yeah, men act badly sometimes, and they don't other times. But why are you going to scold the people that are going to buy your way too expensive razor that is for some reason locked behind that protective glass at stores, and you've got to ask a guy with a lot of keys to open up. I don't understand why I've got to be berated because I happen to be a man. There is a man, this thing is, men usually buy razors, these...
GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): They bashed men, men who fought wars, who build bridges, they just bashed them.
JESSE WATTERS (CO-HOST): Yeah. They -- I don't want to feel guilty about the behavior of a few bad apples.
WATTERS: I feel guilty enough over my own behavior, I don't need it to be pointed out.
GUTFELD: You are one bad apple.
WATTERS: Right, so, I also want a good shave, I don't want have to conversation about anything, okay?
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Rewriting its slogan as “Is this the best a man can get?”, the razor brand presented examples of toxic masculinity, earning itself both celebrity praise and calls for a boycott.