Regis Philbin With Nigella, Hosea, Paula Deen, and More: Farewell, Sweet Flirt

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One of TV's most adored entertainers is leaving. No one knows exactly what his future plans are, but if you've checked out his syndicated morning show lately, you know he's not really retiring, just "moving on."

Regis makes his final exit November 18, leaving cohost Kelly Ripa on a quest to find a new TV soul mate.

Among our favorite parts of Live With Regis and Kelly has been the cooking segments. Said Regis: "I've been following great chefs' instructions on our show for many years, and I can truly say... I have learned nothing!"

Check out the following clips and see if you agree.

In this clip with Paula Deen, meat is packed between two doughnuts.

Nigella Lawson does mashed potatoes with ginger. The flirting is painful.

Can you believe Anderson Cooper and Hosea Rosenberg cook lots of butter and bacon for a chowder?

Scallops and Greek salad on a Friday with Michael Psilakis. They almost forgot him.

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