'Golden Sisters' Redefine 'Catfishing' On Their Holiday Special (VIDEO)

Dec 27, 2013

For a trio that first found fame on YouTube, the three "Golden Sisters" aren't always so savvy with Internet lingo.

On tonight's "Golden Sisters" holiday special, 82-year-old Mary and 74-year-old twins Terry and Josie get a lesson in "catfishing" when they sit down with host Tom Bergeron to talk about some of the biggest pop culture events of 2013.

"Let's talk about catfishing," Bergeron begins.

"Catching catfish?" Mary asks.

"Well, no," Bergeron replies.

"You talking about eating catfish?" she tries again. "Oh my God, with panko and egg and flour, and then you fry it..."

"With lemon juice," Josie adds.

Bergeron tells the women that "catfishing" actually refers to someone being tricked into thinking they are conversing online with a person who actually does not exist. The host uses pro football player Manti Te'o and his high-profile catfishing debacle as an example.

"Oh, that's catfishing?" Mary says. "Why do they call it that? Why don't they just say the way it is?"

"How would you rename it?" Bergeron asks.

"Getting screwed!" Mary exclaims.

The "Golden Sisters" holiday special airs Friday, Dec. 27 at 10 p.m. ET on OWN.

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