Special Sub-Topic: The O'Reilly Factor
|Mr. O'Reilly sure likes to talk, and when he talks, he insists you call him by his first name. What is O'Reilly's first name?|
Bill. Of course it's Bill. He even refers to himself and Bill Clinton (not his favorite person) as a couple of Bills.
|What working class town did O'Reilly claim to be his home before it was revealed that it perhaps was actually the affluent town of Westbury?|
Levittown. He lived with his father and mother, whom he considered a strong influence on his life. The Levittown controversy led to arguments between him and Al Franken, who had stated that his childhood home wasn't as poor and working class as O'Reilly had claimed.
|"The O'Reilly Factor" is one of the largest cable news programs and even competes with network news stations on certain events. What cable news network is this show on?|
Fox News. Fox News owned the title as the most viewed cable news network, and "The O'Reilly Factor" helped it grow to that position.
|What three word slogan does O'Reilly use when he interviews guests, which tells them not to lie or he'll call them on it?|
No spin zone. The "no spin zone" is infamous in its own sense. O'Reilly uses this phrase because he wasn't fond of those who spin the truth.
|Which of the following is NOT a book written by Mr. O'Reilly?|
Here We Go Again. Three of O'Reilly's books have been national New York Times bestsellers. He also wrote "The No Spin Zone".
|What was the category for O'Reilly's first two Emmys won?|
excellence in reporting. As of 2003, he has won two Emmy Awards for exellence in reporting. Well, well, isn't that just another one of his merits.
|Did O'Reilly ever have a radio show?|
y. It was called "The Radio Factor" and he has been heard on more than 400 stations nationwide. It has been one of the most successful radio programs in history.
|Which of the following media has O'Reilly NOT used to get his points across?|
he has used all of these (radio, newspaper, television). He has had a television show on "Fox News", a radio show on hundreds of radio stations, and has written for "The New York Daily News" and "The Philidelphia Inquirer".
|"The O'Reilly Factor" has several segments in which O'Reilly can interrogate his guests. Which of the following is NOT a segment on "The O'Reilly Factor"?|
The Mudflingers. Although it is known how much O'Reilly dislikes mudflingers, he doesn't actually have a segment dedicated to their demise. Maybe he should get one.
|O'Reilly interviewed one of his least favorite people, Michael Moore.|
t. He interviewed Michael Moore on July 27, 2004. The mail he received said that he both won and lost the interview. It's not yet seen if an interview can be won or lost in the first place.
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