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  1. Pujo

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    What did you guys think of the appearances? I think O'Reilly was honest when he said it was a mistake.
     
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    O'Reilly didn't seem like he was in on the joke. He seemed bitter that Colbert is funny, more popular, and making millions mocking him. It also seems like O'Reilly has serious anger issues.
     
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    Didnt watch it.
     
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    I got that impression, too, which is strange because I felt like he WAS in on the joke on his own show, even though Colbert was in character. Lol about Colbert stealing his microwave oven.
     
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    Didn't watch it (who gives a sh!t)
    :bricks:
     
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    The best part was when Colbert pulled out O'Leillys book with a fat 30% OFF sticker right over Bill'Os ugly mug.

    :singing: O'Reilly...What a loser.
     
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    I saw Colbert on O'reilly, but didn't see O'Reilly on Colbert.

    It's funny how people in here rip BO incessantly. Here he is, not only inviting his harshest critic on to his show, but he also goes on Colbert's show. Colbert owes his success to BO in a certain sense. Colbert's whole shtick is based on the Factor. Yet when he goes on, and invites, people in here still can't give him the credit that he deserves. I've said it before, O'Rielly has his persona; agenda and slant with his show, they all do. Al least he presents and invites all contrarian views on to debate and discuss things. It's why I watch. Too bad more shows don't do that.

    BTW, it's far easier for Colbert to come off in a better light. Afterall, Colbert is both the comedian, and the impersonator. O'Reilly is both the joke, and the serious charactor. A serious charactor will never look good versus a comedian.
     
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    The funny thing is that I have a friend that works at Barnes & Noble and a few months ago he mentioned how all the books shipped with those stickers right over his face.
     
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    Lol, O'Reilly sounded like the caricature that he is. *****ing about Colbert pronouncing his name "Col-bare" instead of "Col-bert" was the best part... that's the type of stuff Bill fills his head with.
     
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    I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that you don't like O'Reilly?
     
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    Pujo Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    I don't like the character he plays (and he admitted a lot of it is an act, to which Colbert said "But if you're an act, what does that make me?"). He doesn't seem to be a dummy, but he's found his niche (throwing meat to angry conservatives, yelling "Shaddup!" and cutting off the mic when he disagrees with someone) and he's made a lot of money from his shtick.
     
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    Anyone care to comment on Bill O'Reillys treatment of Jeremy Glick?
     

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