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Bill O'Reilly: "You have really spectacular boobs."

October 13, 2004 5:29 PM

Bill O'Reilly's Caribbean fantasy monologue, 9/1/2004:

Well, if I took you down there then I'd want to take a shower with you right away, that would be the first thing I'd do...yeah, we'd check into the room, and we would order up some room service and uh and you'd definitely get two wines into you are quickly as I could get ino you I would get 'em into you... maybe intravenously, get those glasses of wine into you...

You would basically be in the shower and then I would come in and I'd join you and you would have your back to me and I would take that little loofa thing and kinda soap up your back... rub it all over you, get you to relax, hot water... and um... you know, you'd feel the tension drain out of you and uh you still would be with your back to me then I would kinda put my arm -- it's one of those mitts, those loofa mitts you know, so I got my hands in it... and I would put it around front, kinda rub your tummy a little bit with it, and then with my other hand I would start to massage your boobs, get your nipples really hard... 'cuz I like that and you have really spectacular boobs...

So anyway I'd be rubbing your big boobs and getting your nipples really hard, kinda kissing your neck from behind... and then I would take the other hand with the falafel thing and I'd put it on your pussy but you'd have to do it really light, just kind of a tease business.

The complaint goes on to say: "During the course of Defendant Bill O'Reilly's sexual rant, it became clear that he was using a vibrator upon himself, and that he ejaculated. Plaintiff was repulsed."

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Read the 21 comments.

raging red:

Heh heh. O'Reilly doesn't know the difference between a loofah and falafel. God, please let this stuff be on tape.

Wed Oct 13 2004 5:52 PM

Right Wing Robby:


You have already convicted O'Reilly. Innocent until proven guilty doesnt only apply to terrorists at gitmo does it? That and thinking about O'reilly in this fashion is making me seriously ill.

Wed Oct 13 2004 5:53 PM

Tom from Madison:

I'm looking forward to a full investigation of the allegatiions against Bill O'Reilly. I'm not concluding he's guilty yet, but I fully expect FAIR AND BALLANCED coverage from Fox.

I haven't studied his life closely but I seem to recall that O'Reilly is married Is that true?

Thu Oct 14 2004 6:20 AM

Jim Gilliam:

Married in '95 to Maureen McPhilmy. two young kids...a son and daughter. He never talks about his family.

His wife is about 38, and a public relations veep (in other words, she spins)

Thu Oct 14 2004 7:31 AM

Tom from Madison:

The right-wing media elite seem to have created a new "gotcha" game where talking heads like Dan Rather are now fair game. There is a certain poetic justice in Rush Limbaugh and Bill O'Reilly also having to answer for their own deeds and mis-deeds.

I wonder if O'Reilly will use his show as a platform to mount his defense as Rush has done. It won't surprise me if he does. I'm expecting Bill to play the victim card early and often.

Thu Oct 14 2004 8:58 AM

Right Wing Robby:

Major difference Tom.

In Rush's case and the alledged O'Reilly case, both issues were personal in nature. They were not directly related to the work place.

In Dan Rather's case, the scandal was directly involved with the work place and his integrety as a reporter. He made himself "fairgame" by running 60 minutes worth of forgery and BS. It wasnt a random attack.

Thu Oct 14 2004 10:27 AM

Red Ghost:

Right Wing Robby:

Um, how is the case itself "alledged?" There is an "allegation" (no "d") that a complaint has been filed against him?

Wasn't Mackris an employee of FOX and directed by O'Reilly IN the work place?

Thu Oct 14 2004 11:57 AM


The O'Reilly case isn't workplace related?

His producer is suing him for sexual harrasment!

Thu Oct 14 2004 11:59 AM

Red Ghost:

Any word yet if the plaintiff does in fact have really spectacular boobs?

Maybe O'Reilly is only potentially guilty of telling the truth.
(I kid, I kid... )

Thu Oct 14 2004 12:00 PM


How many grown men do you guys know who use the word "tummy?"

Thu Oct 14 2004 3:14 PM

Right Wing Robby:

They work together, but the topic is not work related. Why is that so hard to understand?

. . .

Thu Oct 14 2004 3:28 PM

Tom from Madison:

I hope RWR et al will cut me some slack for lumping RatherGate & O'ReillyGate together. I was in the W-mode of looking at the media world in black & white terms.

Maybe we should all take a MORE NUANCED view when it comes to the potential misdeeds of the fallen right.

Or maybe not! To be fair to Dan Rather, he admitted his mistake publicly & it didn't involve ruining the career of CBS employees for his own personal pleasure. We'll all have to wait for the all of the facts to come out about Bill O'Reilly. Maybe 60 Minutes will do a piece?

Thu Oct 14 2004 5:07 PM


It always seems to be that the most sanctimonious of windbags are always the ones with the most perverted minds. Poor bil is already bemoaning about poor he and Fox being threatened by a disgruntled employee. It was the single worst day of his life, he said. Why? Of course he said he had nothing to say about it, and then proceded to wail about being hounded and threatened by unnamed meanies to the point that he has to sue them.
Excuse my nonsilent chortling, but I am particularly pleased to see this happen. This man is a pompous, self-serving right wing meglomaniac disguising himself to the gullible as a fair and balanced reporter. The true sadness is that millions of unwitting people listen to this nut case pervert and think they're hearing an objective report. Fox News is in bed with this administration and serves as its unofficial mouthpiece. I hope to God this wakes O'Slimey's listeners up to the point where they have to question the messenger and more importantly, his message.
Final thought. I am an Irishman, US born and American as well as Irish citizen. O'Slimey better not ever refer to himself as an Irishman in my presence unless he wants his big, fat lying, popmpous, pervert ass kicked by a real Irishman.
Tony McGrath

Sat Oct 16 2004 12:40 AM

b andrews:

Billy boy has no choice but to revisit the issue of settlement and work something out. Litigation ain't an option. You think Martha got alot of media attention? If this went to court, Bill would be toast and he knows it. Everything we see in the media related to this from him is grand-standing nonsense.....he'll settle with her for an undisclosed sum, issue a well crafted/highly spun apology and move on. The core issue here ain't a legal, it's a pure PR spin game for the NO SPIN (dickhead), pervert master.

Sat Oct 16 2004 3:02 AM

Theodore Kerhulas:

Bill O'Reilly cannot "No-spin" his way out. As a sound engineer for television, I worked with Big Bill on the Fox show "The Reporters" He wa a no-name, arrogant hack, pseudo-journalist then and I'm glad success hasn't changed him an iota. See ya, big guy!

Mon Oct 18 2004 2:41 PM


Yes they are pretty spectacular. Funny how they have her dressing like a nun now but when they show tapes of her at work with O'Reilly she's a hot little number.

Tue Oct 19 2004 10:12 AM

Uncle Spunkle:

Looks like Bill is just looking out for his willie.

Keep that awful falafel away from the no-spin zone!

I suggest that Bill take some oxycontin to relieve his pain.


Wed Oct 20 2004 6:26 AM


Tony, youshouyold look into the mirror and say" those without sin cast the first stone." Then perhaps you'll know the real man that you are.

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