Archive for the 'Bill O'Reilly' Category
Looks like we'll have a new reason to watch FX after American Horror Story is done for the season…
FX has JUST closed a deal with Russell Brand for "six half-hour installments of an unscripted late night series," which is currently untitled and scheduled to debut in Spring 2012.
According to the press release, the show will feature the following:
Check out his comments on the reality family (above)!
We'd certainly have to argue ourselves that there is a big difference between being overexposed and 'fascinating,' Babs!
But hey! What do U think??
Team Babs or Team Bill?
Yet another indicator that the Cain train might stop chugging.
Yesterday, Herman Cain said that it was time to "reassess things" during a conference call, even though he had just told Wolf Blitzer that he'd still be running for President despite the newest affair claim.
According to news station NY1, Cain WAS going to have New York Post's Cindy Adams host the dinner at her Park Avenue apartment, but
Last night the
Food Network Fox News gave us an inneresting take on the UC Davis Pepper spraying incident! According to chemist anchor Megyn Kelly pepper spray is a "derivative of actual pepper."
If she had looked on Wikipedia like any good journalist, she could have avoided that embarrassing mistake.
Bill O'Reily at least got some of the effects right though: "That just burns your eyes right?" That's right, Billy! Pepper spray is just like shampoo. If your shampoo is made of chemicals that burn your throat and corneas!
Fox News: America's fave por-violence news source!!
Bill O'Reilly's book, Killing Lincoln, may be on several bestseller lists, but it's been banned from the most important place of all - the very place where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated!
The Ford Theatre bookstore in Washington, D.C. has banned the selling of the book due to several "mistakes" and "inaccuracies."
Historian Edward Steers Jr. explains:
"Well aint that some sh*t!"
Bill denied him at first and even told him to "sit down" on his own show!
Of course, after that (and after the audience booed), Bill reluctantly stood up and gave in to Dave's friendly gesture.
At least he can call Cheney out, though. Definitely respect that!