The Bill O'Reilly - Joy Behar Feud Continues

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

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LOS ANGELES - Bill O'Reilly appeared on The View and most certainly stirred things up. So much so that View regulars Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar both stormed off the set when O'Reilly insisted on calling the people who brought down the Twin Towers Muslims instead of extremists as Goldberg and Behar insisted.

Both women did return after Bill-O apologized. And now Behar has stated on her own show, The Joy Behar Show, that O'Reilly has trouble talking because of his tuna fish lips and the fact that he has 17 extra teeth.

Mr. O. fired back by saying that Behar looks like a fat version of Bette Midler but with a very pronounced New York City accent.

He also said that Joy resembles Barbra Streisand except that the Joyster has a somewhat normal looking nose although with her ears she can probably hear people whispering three blocks away.

Meanwhile Joy Behar's boss on the View, Barbara Walters, has stated that she wants both O'Reilly and her (Behar) to stop acting like spoiled brats and play nice.

Walters added that the lily white GOPette Elisabeth Hasselbeck was the only one who seemed to keep her composure throughout the whole ordeal.

SIDENOTE: Sherri Shepherd, who is also a regular member of the View, reportedly is upset because although she did not say a word pro or con during O'Reilly's visit, her boss (Walters) did not give her the credit that she gave Hasselbeck. The word on the set is that Hasselbeck reportedly remarked that the reason is because Shepherd is black.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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