|splatterbabble - 2010-02-04 |
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.
|Bort - 2010-02-04 |
|Hooper_X - 2010-02-04 |
Jon Stewart is a nice man.
|jangbones - 2010-02-04 |
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.
|mon666ster - 2010-02-04 |
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.
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2010-02-04 |
The last minute and a half needs to be about an hour longer.
|Xenocide - 2010-02-04 |
The best part is where Billy repeatedly denies he or his colleagues are "Republican Shills," a term John never used. Telling denials are fun.
|SolRo - 2010-02-04 |
TWO REPUBLICANS WEREN'T ON MY SHOW!! THAT'S IRRIFUTABLE PROOF THAT I'M NEUTRAL!!!!
|fermun - 2010-02-04 |
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.
|StanleyPain - 2010-02-04 |
There was definitely a remarkable lack of a spin-like aspect to this particular cordoned off region.
|chumbucket - 2010-02-04 |
Bill's thrill over asking Stewart about the Obama presidency quickly fizzled.
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