‘I Want to be Yours’: Fox in Socks, Striped Socks and More

When Fox and Friends first started airing on Fox News in 2004, they featured the “Fox in Sock Curls” segment.

In that segment, host Steve Doocy asks listeners to wear a shirt that reads, “I want to be yours.”

It’s not the only segment that the network has made about Fox News.

Fox’s New Day hosted a segment called “Fox News in SOCKS” in 2012.

It also aired in 2011, 2012, and 2015.

(A second segment called Fox News and the ‘Tape Show’ debuted in 2017.)

In the “Sock Curl” segment, Doocy says, “The problem with the socks is the socks have been worn through a sock.

And the reason they haven’t been worn is that they’re not as comfortable as they should be.”

In addition to a “Tape” segment in 2011 and 2012, Fox has made a number of sock-centric segments, including one that aired in 2016, during which host Tucker Carlson wore socks with his head down to make a point about the “pig in the middle of the street.”

In a tweet, Fox News said that it had been airing the segment on Fox and friends since 2012, adding, “We are committed to making the world a better place.

And we are committed now to making sure we are also bringing viewers the very best in TV and in movies.

You can expect it in your lifetime.”

While we wait for the full lineup, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite Fox News sock-related GIFs below.