While the hosts discuss a story about a deaf woman being berated at a fast food restaurant drive-thru for not using the speaker to order, Marie Osmond opens up about her brothers who are deaf. "My two oldest brothers. They were born deaf. I always have this thing in my heart with them. Can you imagine growing up with the whole family of entertainers and singers and you can't and being the oldest," reflects Osmond. "It's so difficult being deaf. It's like being in another country and not knowing the language. It's not a regular existence. You're struggling and you go inward if you're not listened too."