Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Shuckin' and Jivin' with MC O'Racist
Bill relates his favorite Amos & Andy moments
It is helpful, in light of Bill O'Reilly's deep appreciation of the African-American culture, to remember that he has, in the past, thought about the 'lil chilren' too:
Emceeing Saturday night's Best Friends rock-and-roll gala at the Marriott Wardman Park -- which raised $800,000 for the 15-year-old charity benefiting inner-city schoolchildren -- the Fox News Channel star was trying to fill dead air during a lull in the entertainment.I anxiously await the Bill O'Reilly Big Book Of "Yo Mama..." Jokes.
Members of the "Best Men," as the sixth-to-eighth-grade boys in the program are called, were delayed getting onstage to perform a lip-synced rendition of the Four Tops standard "Reach Out (I'll Be There)." O'Reilly ad-libbed: "Does anyone know where the Best Men are? I hope they're not in the parking lot stealing our hubcaps."