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Bill O'reilly Classics on DVD

Compilation of Bill's 'Best' Interviews/Rants.
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Every television show goes right to DVD now. Well why not The Factor. Bill could pick segments that especially prove his points and make him think he looks as right as he thinks he is. Obviously I'm not a fan, but still think all this viewers deserve more chances to throw money at him.
miggavin, May 26 2006

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Just in case you can't resist finding out... [zen_tom, May 26 2006]


       What's the big deal? There are lots of TV shows that get or don't get published on DVDs. If they do, yes, there's usually some content selection that takes place. I don't think anyone would be surprised to see this in reality.
jutta, May 26 2006

       //Well why not The Factor.//   

jellydoughnut, May 26 2006

       I just don't know what "sp:?" is. Jutta it would be somewhat unusual because of the show's format, and the uniqueness of O'reilly himself, the quintessential talking head of the decade. Kind of like the Oprah DVDs. No big deal at all.
miggavin, May 27 2006

       sp:? is a suggestion that you should have finished the sentence, "well, why not the factor?" with a question mark rather than a full stop.
david_scothern, May 27 2006

       Great. I could put this on when my chronic low blood pressure is down again.
BunsenHoneydew, May 27 2006

       So this one show should do what every show is doing? Hardly an idea. Fishbone.
baconbrain, May 27 2006


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