What's up with Bill having his own fluffer at the end of the second segment? Is that a normal thing for his show?
Oh, and kudos to Jon for not dousing Bill with gasoline and setting him and the rest of Fox News on fire.
Jon Stewart is a nice man.
Future scholars will characterize this entire era of journalism with one fact; the most incisive and important voice is that of the host of a satirical news show.
It's not bad enough that the Stewart segment was clearly edited in a way that omitted Stewart's remarks, but it was then followed by a piece where a woman analyzes whether O'Reilly physically intimidated Stewart. It's mindboggling.
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The last minute and a half needs to be about an hour longer.
The best part is where Billy repeatedly denies he or his colleagues are "Republican Shills," a term John never used. Telling denials are fun.
TWO REPUBLICANS WEREN'T ON MY SHOW!! THAT'S IRRIFUTABLE PROOF THAT I'M NEUTRAL!!!!
What the fuck was the end part? Did they bring in someone to analyze the body language?
I liked Miller's segment, mainly for what wasn't said: the implication that Bill is unique among Fox News hosts because he believes what he's saying.
There was definitely a remarkable lack of a spin-like aspect to this particular cordoned off region.
Bill's thrill over asking Stewart about the Obama presidency quickly fizzled.
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