SAVANNAH Guthrie has jokingly considered ending her friendship with Dylan Dreyer after the latter shared a bold opinion on the show.
Savannah Guthrie reacted dramatically after Dylan Dreyer shared her opinion on Thin Mint cookiesABCThe anchor couldn’t contain her shock after Dylan seemingly put their friendship at risk with the comment[/caption]
Carson Daly introduced the segment, saying: “Finally, quickly, the Girl Scouts.
“This year they launched a brand new cookie flavor called Raspberry Rally, which has quickly become a customer favorite.
He continued: “Troops are selling out fast, leading some non-Scouts to resell boxes of this cookie at a big markup online, driving what’s typically a $5-6 box to hundreds of dollars.”
At this point, the other anchors pitched in with exclamations of shock.
“We have a box right here, we purchased these from Girl Scouts here in New York…”
The other NBC hosts were visibly excited and were quick to ask if they could dig into the box, to which Carson responded “Open them up!”
After they got the treat out of its packaging, Craig Melvin and Savannah commented that the cookies looked like Thin Mints.
Dylan then shared: “I don’t like Thin Mints.”
Savannah quipped back: “You don’t like Thin Mints? Oh my gosh, I don’t think we can be friends anymore.”
After a second of holding in her shock, she then further exclaimed: “WHAT?!”
Thankfully, all of the hosts agreed that the new range of cookies was delicious after taste-testing the snack.
BACK TO HEALTH
Savannah returned to the show after being diagnosed with the coronavirus just last week.
On February 28 she hosted for the first half-hour but then mysteriously disappeared, leaving fans wondering where she’d gone.
When the host left, Al Roker stepped in at the desk for a short time.
Fans were left confused, but Sheinelle soon explained what had happened with Savannah.
“It has been an interesting morning for us. As we said, Savannah left early,” Sheinelle explained.
“She wasn’t feeling great, so she took a COVID test. It came back positive. So, of course, as soon as we found out, she rushed home to rest up.”
She ended by blowing a kiss and said: “So, Savannah, we love you. Wishing you a speedy recovery.”
ABCCarson Daly struggled to keep the segment on track after the hosts got their hands on a box of the sought-after Raspberry Rally Girl Scout cookies[/caption]
GettyLast week, the Today show saw a mixed line up with Hoda away dealing with family issues, and Savannah leaving a broadcast after just 30 minutes[/caption]
GettyIt was revealed that Savannah took a COVID test after feeling unwell on the show, and returned home after it came back positive[/caption]