Watch Greg Gutfeld’s Tucker Carlson Impression – Complete With Unhinged Laughter (Video)

If imitation is the highest form of flattery, then Greg Gutfeld is completely off the rails in his warm place for Tucker Carlson’s heart.

Despite its awkwardness, the self-proclaimed “king of late-night” made an appearance on his own show this week to discuss his new book, titled “The King of Late Night.” It is worth mentioning that the show belongs to Fox News and is currently categorized as primetime.

With Tom Shillue guest-hosting, Gutfeld fielded questions from a panelist on Fox’s daily ratings champ show, “The Five.” He chose to tackle a nightly show, already in a cushy job as a poet punster-political polarizing figure, including his book about which Shillue admitted.

“Now, do you want to discuss the fact that you were uncertain or hesitant about going every night?” Shillue inquired.

On ‘The Five’ (where he recently faced backlash directly from the White House for his remarks on Nazi concentration camps), I detest the fact that – being scrutinized and singled out because I was unwilling to engage in it. Absolutely.

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He continued to emphasize, “Do I really need more stress?” “You shouldn’t,” he said, and I had a conversation with Dennis Miller, so I know you have a great gig. You don’t need to work too hard. You should work less.

Gutfeld went all-in on impersonating Carlson, but he wasn’t interested in the subsequent phone call where Carlson’s mind changed. Gutfeld told his Fox News colleagues that at that point, laughter ensued, including long pauses and a tense atmosphere.

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Observe and listen in the video clip provided above.