Five years ago, the world woke up to news of a revolution in Egypt. Thousands gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
It was the genesis of what became known as the Arab Spring -- a series of uprisings that spread throughout the Middle East in places like Tunisia, Libya, Syria and beyond.
From the early days of protest, through the fall of the Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, Take Two regularly checked in with Suzie Abdou, an Egyptian, who moved to the US as a young child.
Abdou has been back to Egypt five times since the revolution. She joined Take Two to talk about how the country has fared since the Mubarak regime was toppled.