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?
Before getting selected as David Letterman's Late Show replacement, Stephen Colbert was called an "ideological fanatical" and a "deceiver" by Bill!
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
There aren't a whole lotta laughs happening on FOX News. So it’s no surprise they can’t take a joke and didn’t find President Barack Obama’s interview with Zach Galifianakis on Between Two Ferns at all funny!
K, well, whatever guys. It was hilarious!
Papa Bear Bill O’Reilly was growling on his show last night about how inappropriate it was for the Prez to use a comedy routine to promote HealthCare.gov.
Bill sounded off, saying:
If you're not watching FOX News, you're apparently missing out on some heated conversations about Beyoncé!
The Queen Bey sparked a dispute between Bill O’Reilly and Russell Simmons last night over the artistic value of her song Partition!
The R&B mogul (who was on the show to discuss his new book on meditation) had to defend B because The Factor host has a major problemo with her putting out a single so seXXXy!
Watch yourself, Bill! We don’t take too kindly to people badmouthing our gurl!
Bill actually argued that Beyoncé was being irresponsible by glamorizing sex when so many young women idolize her!
Going after the frequent flier miles is one thing, but trying to get your children's mother excommunicated from her church is another thing all together!
Bill O'Reilly and Maureen McPhilmy, the woman who divorced him and then remarried another man, aren't exactly getting along when it comes to raising their kids.
A man and his ex-wife disagreeing on parenting styles isn't exactly unprecedented, but when it gets so bad he starts a one man crusade against his ex-wife's soul?
Marueen has been officially reprimanded by the Catholic Church for continuing to (1) receive communion at her local church after getting divorced and remarried — Mmm, but the body of Christ is so delicious! And who can turn down a free snack? — and (2) telling her kids that marriage numero dos is valid in God's eyes!
If she continues down this terrible road of sinful sacrilege seemingly normal path, she could be
Stephen Colbert co-hosted Good Morning America on Tuesday, but made sure to promote his newest book, America Again: Re-Becoming The Greatness We Never Weren’t, in the process.
He took a break from the anchor desk to sit down for an interview (above) with George Stephanopoulos and discussed a variety of issues like the upcoming presidential debate, New York's un-American soda ban, and fixing the economy.
Perhaps the most important topic was Jon Stewart's debate against Bill O'Reilly this Saturday.
It was a small portion of the HIGHlarious interview, but Colbert made it pretty clear who he favored when he said:
Now that the Democratic and Republican National Conventions are over, the most exciting part of the election process has arrived — it's debate season!
While we can only assume that the entire country is eagerly anticipating the showdown between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney when they finally get to exchange verbal jabs in person, there is another upcoming showdown that may have those on the left and right EQUALLY enthralled.
Longtime rivals Bill O'Reilly and Jon Stewart will be debating for a full 90 minutes at George Washington University in Washington, DC on October 6!
"The Rumble In The Air-Conditioned Auditorium" will finally pit the two television personalities — that perhaps best embody the differences between the conservative and liberal mindset — against each other in a moderated battle of the wits.
We've seen them