Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer made his big TV debut, but before he did, he sat down with INSIDE EDITION.
Spitzer's co-host is conservative syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker.
INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent asked Spitzer and Parker, "This is all new for you, what is biggest learning curve?"
Parker replied, 'Makeup."
Spitzer added, "Makeup. Yeah, this is not what I signed up for."
Parker continued, saying, "Eliot Spitzer is a really nice guy. He's got a sweet side to him."
Which may come as a surprise to everyone who knows Spitzer from his infamous fall from grace, when he admitted to cheating on his wife with high-priced call girls including Ashley Dupre. It's the scandal that the the hit TV show The Good Wife is based on.
Trent asked, "When you're sitting at this desk, there's a certain moral authority that comes with it, and the way you left office, I think a lot of people might ask the question 'are you fit for this job?' "
Spitzer said, "If folks want to listen to what I contribute to the conversation at this point, I'll be thrilled, and if they choose not to, I understand that as well."