When it comes to childhood obesity, there are a lot of factors that have been blamed: processed food, portion sizes, and poverty, to name just a few. But what if childhood obesity isn’t simply about how kids live, but the manner in which they are born? A new study suggests that children delivered via C-section are twice as likely to be obese by their third birthdays than those delivered vaginally. We ask: Should mothers take this research seriously? Plus: For some fun on Friday, John explores the secret world of espionage in Times Square and we take a look at this weekend's Brewskee-Ball National Championship.