Anyone wondering whether the #MeToo movement would continue into 2018 didn't have to wait long. Bossip's Jennifer Cunningham and Hollywood Life's Lauren Cox join Cheddar to discuss the new "Time's Up" movement backed by a slate of Hollywood A-listers. We also breakdown NBC's decision to name Hoda Kotb as Matt Lauer's permanent replacement on "Today." The decision leaves the anchor as the face of three of the show's four hours. We debate whether the move puts pressure on CBS to fill Charlie Rose's vacancy with a woman. Finally, we put "The Bachelor's" return in the context of the #MeToo movement. It's the show's first season since the sexual-harassment reckoning hit Hollywood. Cunningham and Cox say the new national conversation let them watch the premiere in a new light.