What do Lou Gehrig, Mary Lou Retten and Shaquille O'Neal have in common?

They've all been on the front of Wheaties boxes, of course!

"The Five" co-hosts revealed today which "champions" they would pick to be on a box of "The Breakfast of Champions," and the results did not disappoint.

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Bob Beckel said Bill Gates would be his choice because the Microsoft co-founder worked hard despite never graduating college, becoming one of the wealthiest - and most philanthropic - people in history.

Dana Perino decided to give the honor to her dog, Jasper.

"This isn't dog food. No one's gonna buy it," Greg Gutfeld remarked, adding that his choice would not be a person or an animal.

"My choice is an inanimate object: The Brooklyn Bridge," Gutfeld said. "Completed in 1883, over 27 people died building this bridge, including the designer ... it reflects the determination of humanity, and Wheaties should celebrate that and position themselves as the supplement."

Kimberly Guilfoyle decided to go with Condoleezza Rice, who she said was one of the most influential women in recent history.

Eric Bolling, meanwhile, saluted men and women of the U.S. military.

"We owe them a debt that we'll never be able to pay," he said.

Watch the clip above and let us know who you want to see on the front of a Wheaties box in the comments!

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