On the final episode of "Red Eye," Tom Shillue, Greg Gutfeld and Andy Levy took a look back at the past ten years of the "most honest, strangest show on TV."

Gutfeld, who hosted the show from its inception until 2015, when Shillue took the reins.

"We've never taken ourselves or the news we discuss too seriously," Shillue said, calling the show Fox News' "guesthouse out back."

The show's final panel noted that some of "Red Eye's" inspiration came from the late conservative journalist Andrew Breitbart.

Gutfeld and Andy Levy recalled meeting Breitbart at a unique location on Manhattan's Upper West Side to talk about the program in its formative days.

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Shillue and the panel looked back at several memorable moments on "Red Eye," from shows that aired, shows that never aired, and shows they thought were airing.

Watch the panel reminisce in the clip above and watch some of "Red Eye's" best moments below.