Friday on "The Talk@Home" the hosts sound off on the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery and pending murder trial. "I understand her [Arbery's mother's] feelings and I would want the death penalty too," says Sheryl Underwood. "This crime, the video tape, was a hate crime homicide. It was a lynching by gun. It was just because this person's race." She adds, "And but for the video, and the Georgia bureau of investigation, and the new prosecutor, these men probably would have never been arrested. This is why people are angry. But if you are going to give him the death penalty in the state of Georgia, I want them to have the best representation they can have, so when they get the death penalty, we know it is right. We know they weren't railroaded. We gave them the best justice that money could buy. But I believe they should have the death penalty...he was fighting for his life because he was being stalked like an animal." Sharon Osbourne adds, "Oh my lord, it was a lynching... this is heinous. Everything to do with this case, from beginning to where we are right now, has been, it's like something you see in a movie. You can't believe it's happening in 2020. I mean, it's frightening."