A Powerball question unlike any other

Producer Corey poses an interesting question to the Like It or Not panel: you buy a lottery ticket from a store, and before you check the winning numbers, you learn the jackpot ticket was sold from the same retailer. Would you be willing to give up the ticket for a guaranteed amount, or would you put your faith in holding the winning numbers?

The panel discusses their doppelgängers

Before they fired it up on "Like It or Not," Jim and the panel (Tamo from DC101, FOX 5's Homa Bash, and journalist Christina Ruffini) shared the people they're often told they look like.

Like It Or Not: March 28, 2024

FOX 5's Like It Or Not goes beyond the headlines and provides edgy, controversial commentary on a wide range of news of the day topics and issues.

LION: March 27, 2024

FOX 5's Like It Or Not goes beyond the headlines and provides edgy, controversial commentary on a wide range of news of the day topics and issues.

Like It Or Not: March 26, 2024

FOX 5's Like It Or Not goes beyond the headlines and provides edgy, controversial commentary on a wide range of news of the day topics and issues.

Parents using children as influencer props

Social media influencers are raking in big bucks, including parents who aren't afraid to use their kids as part of their content -- but to what end? The #FOX5LION crew (Kevin Walling, Jim Lokay, Kenneth Moton, and Tony Polcari AKA @TonyPinDC) discuss.

The art of asking someone out

A new survey suggests younger Americans are less likely to "shoot their shot" with a stranger, asking a total unknown out on a date. The "Like It or Not" panel (Kevin Walling, Jim Lokay, Kenneth Moton, Tony Polcari) wonder if it all has to do with the changing times.

Costco's $1.50 hot dog: for members only?

Costco is raising eyebrows amid reports it will soon restrict access to its food courts (and the signature $1.50 hot dog and soda combo) to members only. Avowed Costco aficionado Jim Lokay has some thoughts, along with the Like It or Not crew.

David Kaplan takes over LION...sort of

FOX 5 reporter David Kaplan's excitement over joining the LION panel turns into him taking over the first segment, as the crew talks about how a University of Georgia QB Carson Beck ended up with a $300k Lamborghini.

Should airlines bar flight attendants from using their phones?

A leaked document suggests United Airlines is cracking down on cell phone use amongst flight attendants while in flight. The memo says the devices preclude FAs from offering “visible and attentive service to customers," but is that a good policy? The "Like It or Not" crew discusses.

Bringing fake dates home for the holidays - Like It Or Not?

Apparently, bringing a fake boyfriend or girlfriend home for the holidays is becoming increasingly popular. According to the dating app Flirtini, 73% of singles say they feel pressured by family to be in a relationship for the holidays. As a result, 40% say they've asked a friend to pretend to be a date for a family holiday party.

Are men the catch?

It's the first time Tisha Lewis and Jen Delgado have ever worn ugly Christmas sweaters, and the gang discusses Simone Biles and her NFL husband.

Marina tries eggnog

It's a Christmas tradition. But somehow, Marina has never tried eggnog before...