Mark Consuelos walks off “Live With Kelly and Mark” set after losing game to Jane Krakowski

Consuelos lost his second consecutive "Stump Mark" segment to Krakowski, who enthusiastically celebrated defeating the talk show host once again.

Mark Consuelos has been stumped one too many times by Jane Krakowski.

The Riverdale actor and Live With Kelly and Mark cohost hilariously walked off the morning series' set on Tuesday's telecast, after the 30 Rock star beat the highly competitive talk show host at the fan-favorite "Stump Mark" trivia game for the second time in one year.

After Krakowski famously took Consuelos down during a memorable 2023 round of "Stump Mark" — which typically sees viewers calling in with two scenarios about their lives, followed by Consuelos attempting to identify which story is a lie — the performer returned to the show to try her hand at duping her pal once again.

<p>ABC</p> Mark Consuelos walks off 'Live With Kelly & Mark' set


Mark Consuelos walks off 'Live With Kelly & Mark' set

Decked out in the "I stumped Mark" shirt she won on her last appearance, Krakowski presented two tales to Consuelos, one in which she claimed she saw the musical Rent on stage 20 times, and another in which she said she competed in a New Jersey ice-skating competition that led her to another contest in Lake Placid.

"God, you're good," Consuelos said during his investigation, before locking in his "so obvious" assertion that Krakowski — who was playing for an "I stumped Mark again" shirt — told the truth about seeing Rent 20 times.

"Give me the shirt," Krakowski said, jumping up as Consuelos walked off the set.

"He just left! He walked off the set!" Kelly Ripa exclaimed before her husband trotted back to the stage, asking, "Alright, Jane. That doesn't count against my record?" before the show went to commercial with the trio still celebrating Krakowski's victory.

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