She sure is committed to this relationship!
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So of course Brian Williams came up.
Brian was suspended for lying about events while covering the Iraq war in 2003.
Bill found himself in a similar situation recently when his 1982 account of the Falklands war and his proximity to it was questioned. So it makes sense that Bill feels for Brian and hopes he gets reinstated.
At one point Letterman straight up asks O'Reilly if he's ever lied on the air. And of course Bill couldn't give a straight answer.
Yet again Bill O'Reilly manages to talk a whole lot and not really say anything.
Check out the video (below) to hear Bill O'Reilly try and defend himself and Brian Williams.
One man is annoyed. Of course, Bill O'Reilly is always annoyed, so it's difficult to gauge the degree…
But his reaction to his longtime foil finally walking away is a little unexpected; Bill is actually trying to use the celebration of Jon's career as proof of liberal media bias!
He says that he wouldn't get the same reverent treatment when he retires, since he's a "traditional American."
Aww, Bill. There is DEFINITELY a media bias at play here.
But it's not because he's a liberal, and you're a conservative. It's because he's beloved, and you're… Bill O'Reilly!
Step into the "no-spin zone" to see Bill get hot under the collar — and we think a little bit sad! Do it live (below)!
While Bill O'Reilly thinks that Beyoncé's music is "libertine" in nature, Jon Stewart (and most level-headed people) realize that a grown woman celebrating her married sexuality is actually pretty AH-Mazing.
In a segment aptly called Beywatch, Jon took on Bill's criticism that Queen Bey is a bad influence, and basically tore apart him apart!
Our favorite part? After showing a clip of Bill suggesting that Bey could be on Broadway, Jon comes up with a couple of casting options for Beyoncé!
Ch-ch-check out Jon's defense of Beyoncé…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
First Rush Limbaugh and now Bill O'Reilly?
Whoa, that's a pretty wild accusation there, Bill!
Now, Bill has since calmed down his rhetoric and called Stephen an "interesting choice," but has doubted whether he can compete with