Just when you thought that rapey turd Bill O’Reilly couldn’t be any grosser, now he’s dragging God and dead kids into it

Yesterday, Bill O’Reilly said on his sad little podcast that he’s mad at God over the sexual harassment charges lodged at him by multiple women. “You know, am I mad at God? Yeah, I’m mad at him,” O’Reilly said. “I wish I had more protection. I wish this stuff didn’t happen. I can’t explain it to you. Yeah, I’m mad at him.”

When asked for a response, God said, “Hey, Bill, I didn’t make you harass all those women. I gave you free will for a reason, asshole.” 

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Bill O’Reilly also done fucked up by dragging Eric Bolling’s dead son into this fucking mess of his own making. Eric Bolling, you might remember, was fired from Fox News after it was revealed that he had sent lewd photos and messages to female colleagues. The same weekend he was fired, Bolling’s son died in what has alternatively been described as a suicide and an accident.

So here comes Bill O’Reilly, playing the victim card, saying to the New York Times, “I urge you to think about what you put in your newspaper. Eric Bolling’s son is dead. He’s dead because of allegations made — in my opinion, and I know this to be true — against Mr. Bolling.” He also moaned that, “It’s horrible what I went through, horrible what my family went through.” HEY, ASSHOLE, HOW DO YOU THINK THE FAMILIES OF THE WOMEN YOU HARASSED FEEL? HOW DO YOU THINK ERIC BOLLING FEELS?

Eric Bolling responded by telling Bill O’Reilly to SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT HIS SON.

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O’Reilly has since apologized to Eric Bolling; has yet to apologize to any of the women he has abused or God.

You’ll also be surprised to learn that Bill O’Reilly is not pleased with Megyn Kelly for saying that she, too, had lodged complaints against him for his shitty behavior. He claimed he never knew of any complains she made to Fox News about him, but she has the receipts. In response, he produced thank you notes that Kelly wrote to him.

 

Megyn Kelly had one of O’Reilly’s accusers, Juliet Huddy on her show yesterday, where she said, “I’m terrified. I’m terrified. I don’t know why I’m about to cry. But it’s just — it’s difficult I think people have regrets. People have regrets when they sign nondisclosure agreements.”

And here’s the kicker: Fox News just fired Juliet Huddy’s brother John Huddy hours after Juliet appeared on Kelly’s show.

In Harvey Weinstein news: his London assistant Zelda Perkins has become the latest in over 50 women to come forward with accusations against him.

Actress Brit Marling writes about sexual harassment, power and economic independence, and her encounter with Weinstein.

You know who can fuck off in all of this? Matt Damon and Ben Affleck can definitely fuck off in all of this. In fact, here’s a list of men in Hollywood who have been accused of sexual assault or harassment. It’s long.

And since the L.A. Times reported on James Toback’s sexual misconduct, another 193 women have contacted them with their own stories. 

The creator of Loud House is sorry. OK.

Amazon has shed Joe Lewis, the head of drama and comedy development, in the wake of the Roy Price scandal.

Tony Goldwyn has come forward to say that as a younger actor, he too was in a casting couch situation with a powerful man.

Still, good is emerging from this, and some men are learning. Kit Harington, for instance, has finally learned the difference between sexism and objectification.

In Other TV News

Wow, here’s the longest article on the creation of David S. Pumpkins THAT NO ONE ASKED FOR. (Full disclosure: I read every single word.)

And there’s a Michael Jackson Halloween special happening, too. Why? Beats me.

Oh, Lili Reinhart, honey, no.

Watchers on the Wall put together this very handy Game of Thrones Halloween guide. OK, but where are the Arya costumes?

Speaking of Game of Thrones, get (kinda, a little) excited: they’ve started filming in Belfast.

David Letterman was given the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor (long overdue), and ended his acceptance speech with a paraphrase of a perfect Twain quote: “Patriotism is supporting your country all the time and supporting your government when it deserves it.”

Kim Cattrall has some interesting ideas about what Sex & the City should do with Samantha. Alternatively, they could just RETIRE ALL OF THE CHARACTERS ALREADY.

Bebe Neuwirth left Madam Secretary on Sunday and fans are all “WHAAAAA?”

Michael Bay is going to make a live-action Dora the Explorer movie. Just sit with that for a moment.

Renewals

Cancellations

In Development

Casting News

R.I.P.

Patricia Llewellyn, British producer who launched many TV chefs’ careers, including Gordon Ramsay.

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At Home with Amy Sedaris: Our hostess with the mostest finally has her own lifestyle show. Series premiere. 9 p.m. TruTV

Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker’s Wild: Expanding his television empire, Snoop has revived the classic game show, and it might also be part talk show? I’m confused, but am sure it will be a good time. Series premiere. 9 p.m., TBS

Child’s Play marathon: To think, a My Buddy doll inspired a whole horror franchise. 5 p.m. AMC

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19 thoughts on “Just when you thought that rapey turd Bill O’Reilly couldn’t be any grosser, now he’s dragging God and dead kids into it

  1. Read that list of actors/celebs who have been accused of rape/sexual assault/domestic violence/other things. Most were sadly familiar. The one that shocked me was about Neil deGrasse Tyson. The link is almost two years old – this was the first I’d heard of this – and I’m not sure how to evaluate the source. I don’t want to be dismissive, but I’d also like to know some more before I draw any conclusions. Is this the first you had heard of this?

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    1. It is! His name jumped out at me, too, and my stomach sunk. I read the woman’s first-hand account — and I have no idea what to make of it. I don’t want to believe it, for obvious reasons, but I’d also hate to be dismissive of it. I will say that the accusation was published in 2014, and no one else has seemed to step forward to accuse him of similar behavior, unlike what happened with, say, Bill Cosby or Harvey Weinstein. I am holding my breath.

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      1. Yeah, I did some googling, and there were no more recent results for Tyson plus his accuser’s name than last January. Which doesn’t mean anything, just that no one else was talking about it. I don’t know what to think, but I’ll keep my eyes open.

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  2. This is your blog and your extensive use of profanity is your choice, Nobody’s making me read it. But tell me, do your children read what you write?

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    1. First of all, I can guaranfuckingtee you wouldn’t have posted this if I were a male writer.

      Second of all, my kids do not care one whit what I write, but if they wanted to read this blog, they are always welcome to do so. This might shock you, Bill, but I am not ashamed of my use of profanity. I use it purposefully for emphasis and humor, and when something really pisses me off — like powerful men crying and whining and acting like they are a 21st century Job because they have been caught abusing their power by repeatedly harassing and molesting women — I become really fucking angry, and I want to make that anger as clear as a god damned bell.

      Third, you might want to go find your smelling salts, but I curse in front of my children, too. However, they don’t curse in front of me, because I taught them from a young age that there are things that grown-ups can do and say that children can not. Do my teenagers use profanity when they’re with their friends? Probably! But you know what? I don’t fucking care. As long as they show adults proper respect, I’ve done my job as a parent.

      So in conclusion, I’m sorry that a woman using profanity offends your delicate sensibilities, but that’s who I am and always will be. I won’t apologize or be shamed for it. Perhaps this blog isn’t for you if you’re going to be so fucking sensitive.

      -T

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      1. Well, fuck. If fucking profanity is fucking necessary for fucking emphasis, then I fucking well will join in, despite having been taught better. And by the fucking way, your fucking gender has not a fucking thing to do with my fucking post.

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    1. It is a list of abusers in the entertainment business, not politics. It’s right there in the headline: “Weinstein Isn’t The Only One: Screen Celebs Who Abuse Women or Children”

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      1. Neil deGrasse Tyson is a physicist, but he is also a pop culture figure who hosted a primetime network series (“Cosmos”) and has a a lengthy acting entry on his IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1183205/?ref_=nv_sr_1. For comparison, Bill Clinton has two acting entries on his IMDB page, an uncredited voice appearance on ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ and an appearance on the Clinton Global Citizens Awards, which isn’t exactly “acting.”
        Look, the list of politicians who have sexually harassed or assaulted people is its long and shameful, you won’t get any argument from me. But you’ll notice that neither Anthony Weiner nor Dennis Hastert nor George H.W. Bush nor Robert Packwood are on this list. Because it’s not a list of politicians. BECAUSE IT’S A LIST OF ENTERTAINERS AND NOT POLITICIANS. Quit trying to make your weak whataboutism point and move on, dude.

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