John Oliver’s Catheter Cowboy rides again to educate grope-monster Donald Trump on sexual harassment

John Oliver Has an Offer Bill O’Reilly May Not be Able to Refuse

The O’Reilly Factor has lost somewhere around 60 advertisers in the past week in the wake of the Bill O’Reilly Makes Lewd Advances Towards Women, Calls Them While Masterbating and Insults Their Purses scandal, and Donald Trump defended him because President Pussy Grabber literally has no idea what sexual harassment is. So John Oliver and the Catheter Cowboy are here to solve two problems at once: offer The O’Reilly Factor much-needed advertising revenue, and educate the Harasser-in-Chief on what sexual harassment is with this ad:

As of last night, Oliver had not heard back from The O’Reilly Factor about his offer.

Here are the other Catheter Cowboy ads John Oliver has made to educate our Dummy-in-Chief:

You can watch Oliver’s entire Bill O’Reilly segment in the two videos below, and you definitely should because it is amazing:

Meanwhile, as Trump defends Bill O’Reilly, Fox News reportedly has been using the notorious Access Hollywood tape in their sexual harassment seminars. So, that’s ironic.

And Fox News can hold all the sexual harassment seminars they want, but as long as Bill O’Reilly remains at the network, female Fox News employees are reportedly expressing “anguish, distress and concern.”

Although, if The O’Reilly Factor only runs 7 ads, like it did on Thursday, and if the Fox News legal investigation reveals more women who have been harassed by O’Reilly, it’s hard to imagine how much longer Bill O’Reilly can be treated like the prince of Fox News.

And I think we can all agree that it’s ridiculous that Bill O’Reilly’s contract was renewed in the middle of this gross story, but that Toejam Lozenge was fired for saying that she is pro-choice. Linguine thinks it’s ridiculous, too, and that’s why Laphroaig is suing The Blaze.

Oh, Brian Williams, what the hell, man?

Here’s an idea, Bill Maher: Don’t invite Rick Santorum on your show to spew his bullshit.

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If you enjoyed this season of Homeland as much as I did, you’ll want to read this interview with the showrunner on how they made it feel so amazingly timely. Part of it was writing in almost real time, but some of it was just amazing luck.

Here are a bunch of things to look forward to in this upcoming season of Doctor Who. It premieres on Saturday, followed by its new spin-off, Class.

I’m going to be honest: this Game of Thrones spoiler will only have any meaning for super extreme diehards, the rest of you probably won’t care.

But I think any Game of Thrones fan might be impressed by these blacksmiths who made a replica of Ned Stark’s Ice.

Oh my God, Disney wants to make Westworld a thing. “Soft contact.” NO. NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO.

Interesting: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences just made it harder for documentaries that are made for TV — like this year’s winner O.J.: Made in America — eligible to win Oscars.

Amazon really really really really wants to be Netflix.

Here are 18 very good reasons you should be following @BadBuffyOutfits on Twitter.

The Jersey Shore‘s The Situation could be going to prison for 15 years for tax evasion and in other news, THAT’S THE SITUATION? What happened to his face?

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Better Call Saul: It’s the reunion that you’ve been waiting for: Gus Fring, you guys. (Is it technically a “reunion” when we’re talking about a prequel? Preunion? What’s the word here?) Season premiere. 9 p.m., AMC

Angie Tribeca: Look, I am not saying that this show is good. But if you loved Police Squad or the Naked Gun movies, this is right up your alley. Season premiere. 9:30 p.m., TBS

The Great War: A three-part series on the first world war. Is there some way to make sure this is broadcast directly into the White House because I feel like one TV junkie might have a lot to learn. 8 p.m., PBS

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