We begin tonight with the bombshell announcement
from Fox News that their biggest star is out.
This comes after several advertisers dropped
due to allegations of sexual harassment.
It is hard to overstate how stunning a development
Dude, what’s wrong with you?
Why aren’t you celebrating?
Have you seen O’Reilly’s replacement?
Look, Fox News firing Bill O’Reilly is a big
The guy was the biggest name in cable news,
and the fact that Fox fired him
after a ton of pressure from advertisers
is a good thing.
But before we get too excited,
consider O’Reilly’s replacements.
Dude, not a good time.
Taking over O’Reilly’s 8 pm slot is Tucker
a guy who downplayed Trump’s sexual assault
…grab ’em by the pussy…
by saying this:
The words are indefensible, they’re not inexplicable…
Nobody is actually shocked by this,
and everyone’s pretending to be.
He’s also said things like this.
It’s not like Hillary’s some communist…
there’s just something about her that feels
When she comes on television, I involuntarily
cross my legs.
I don’t think anybody would be standing with
Wendy in Texas
if she weren’t a handsome woman.
These are probably the least offensive clips
you’ll see in this video, by the way.
Taking over Tucker’s spot is Fox News’s
nightmare Greek chorus The Five.
You look like you can handle those things.
She got 100 catcalls, let me add 101:
Damn, baby, you’re a piece of woman.
She’s a slut.
The Five also has a new permanent co-host,
Jesse Watters, who used to go on Bill O’Reilly’s
and harass women during bro-on-the-street
segments like this:
Do you ever do the ThighMaster?
I can’t say she’s got really nice legs?
What have you done to contribute to that sexiness?
So let me see your sexiest look right now.
Do you take a lot of bubble baths here?
You smell really nice.
Oh, I would not like that at all.
Am I doing anything wrong?
No, you’re just being … yourself.
Taking over the 5 o’clock spot is Eric Bolling,
who now has his own show.
Migraines may ensue, or you’ll bleed from
and your nose, or whatever.
Oh, my god.
Would that be considered boobs on the ground,
Gretchen, you look wonderful.
Gretchen, very, very beautiful dress, great
In summary, Gretchen’s beautiful.
Look at her today, beautiful dress, you look
Fun fact about Eric Bolling:
He’s hosted a few segments with professor
who’s one of the women who accused Bill O’Reilly
of sexual harassment.
Wanna guess how those segments went?
The great Dr. McHottie said it’s the most
American thing you can do.
All right, let’s go to Dr. McHottie, Dr. Heldman.
It’s not just Fox primetime.
Turn on Fox during the day and you’ll see
the same thing.
The only thing hotter than Brenda’s outfit
If you were making love with your boyfriend,
All right, Bo.
When you interview her, will she be sitting
on your lap?
One can only hope.
The worst, though, might be Fox & Friends,
where Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade have
harassing women, including their own co-hosts.
If you’re wearing something, please get naked.
That goes for you too, ladies.
All right, when we come back from commercial,
we’ll see if they listen.
Let’s take a second and think about Molly’s
Okay, we’re done.
Babes, chicks, what do you call them Steve,
She is a wonderful actress, and she’s got
a great body.
Do you like a woman masseuse or a male masseuse?
Just so I know.
Now you know what I go through.
Come on over and make my dinner, will ya?
I’ll jam some stuffing.
And that doesn’t touch on the sexism and objectification
that occurs on Fox every day.
I think it’s better to be a dude in all situations.
Shhh, chicks, shhh.
Didn’t men give you the kitchen?
Like Fox & Friends’ bizarre obsession with
They are the perfect combination of sex and
Doing some sideline ogling, our own Brian
He’s going down, Brian’s going down!
Still not a good time.
How much confetti did you buy?
This all reflects a deeper problem inside
Last July, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes resigned
after widespread allegations of sexual harassment.
Roger Ailes is out, stepping down amid allegations
of sexual harassment.
A New York Times investigation found a culture
of harassment at Fox,
with multiple women reporting inappropriate
from their supervisors.
And the problem goes to the top of Fox’s corporate
Fox executives like Bill Shine,
who got promoted after Ailes resigned,
are reported to have helped cover up sexual
A lot of the main players, especially Bill
played an integral role in the cover-up of
these sexual harassment claims.
They pushed women into confidential mediation,
signing nondisclosure agreements in exchange
for their contracts to be paid.
Even the allegations against Bill O’Reilly
They date back to 2004.
Fox News protected their superstar for over
before advertiser pressure forced them to
But even if you ignore what’s happening inside
of Fox News,
Fox’s on-air programming should be enough
to make advertisers think twice about sticking
with the network.
I think the studio crew has found something
that has pique their interest.
What do you think about this?
And if you think O’Reilly’s firing will change
watch what happened just hours after Fox announced
that he wouldn’t be coming back to the network.
Call your dressmaker.
And give him a raise.
That’s what I’m saying.
You are giving America … a raise.
That was Greg Gutfeld, on The Five,
joking on live TV about how his female co-host’s
was giving the country “a raise.”
Now, thanks to O’Reilly’s firing,
he has a primetime spot on Fox News.