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Bob Dole Viagara joke 'comes up' during interview with Chris Wallace

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Chris Wallace is the host of Fox News Sunday.  On Friday, during a live interview to promote his show on WJBK Fox 2 in Detroit, anchor Alan Lee asks Wallace if the subject of Viagara will 'come up' in Wallace's scheduled interview with former Senator Bob Dole.  Wallace responds, "Comes up, really that's what you're going to say?"

The two then share a laugh over the obvious joke.  Lee then says he didn't think about how he phrased his question "that it went over his head." Luckily Wallace didn't go after the 'next' opportunity to make a joke.

Play the video to see the unexpected joke.

Tune into Fox 2 News Morning Weekend from 6:30 a.m. until 10:00 a.m.   Fox News Sunday follows immediately starting at 10:00 a.m.   

Joining Wallace on May 26: Senator Dick Durbin and Senator Lindsey Graham join Chris Wallace to discuss President Obama's Thursday speech on Gitmo, drones and national security.

AND -- As he approaches 90, this influential voice in American politics gives us a unique perspective on the past, today's issues, and the Republican party he's championed over a political lifetime. Former Senator Bob Dole.

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