Bill O'Reilly And Jon Stewart Have EPIC Fued Over 'White Privilege' On 'The Daily Show' – Watch

October 17th, 2014 10:00am EDT
Bill O'Reilly And Jon Stewart Have EPIC Fued Over 'White Privile
Bill O'Reilly may have come to Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" to promote his book "Killing Patton" but their polite conversation took a turn for the worse and escalated into a verbal shouting match.

Stewart revealed he hadn't read the book the political commentator was there to promote.

Instead, Stewart asked the conservative if there was such a thing as "white privilege" as O'Reilly had already expressed the idea as untrue.

Said O'Reilly to the question posed by Stewart, "Okay, look, if there's white privilege, then there has to be Asian privilege because Asians make more money than whites....
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'Scandal' Review: 4 Times Olivia is The Best and 4 Times Fitz is The Worst in 'The Bleep'

October 17th, 2014 9:30am EDT
'Scandal' Review: 4 Times Olivia is The Best and 4 Times Fitz is
The biggest failure of season 3 was the slow destruction of Olivia Pope. A character that started out as a single-minded woman with an almost supernatural ability to fix problems and a policy for no crying became a weepy, wine-drinking, love sick girl. The transformation was a disservice to a character who was built on strength, all in the name of appeasing fans who were aboard the “Olitz” train.

To make matters worse, her major love interests could not be less appealing. Her married presidential boyfriend was often comfortable calling her a slut, manhandling her, and treating her like she...
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'Jokers Wild' Sketchbook: 'Sing, Ring and Run' - We're Not The World

October 17th, 2014 9:15am EDT
'Jokers Wild' Sketchbook: 'Sing, Ring and Run' - We're Not The W
In this week's episode of Jokers Wild, the Staten Island foursome create the worst charity anthem ever (or the best, depending on how you look at it). They also pay tribute to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame hip-hop group Run-D.M.C., as much as three uncoordinated guys can, anyway. It's a musical - but still inappropriate - installment of sketches.

Intro: The fabulous foursome talking about doing good and giving back. Q claims that he makes charitable contributions every month, and Joe laments how many people in the world need help. So apparently the guys got together and "decided to make a cha...
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'The Vampire Diaries' Season 6: Bonnie and Damon Need Their Own Spin-Off and Other Things We Learned From 'Welcome to Paradise'

October 17th, 2014 9:10am EDT
'The Vampire Diaries' Season 6: Bonnie and Damon Need Their Own
Tonight's episode of The Vampire Diaries season 6 took a turn for the better. We've had a lot of brooding and drama through the course of the series' six seasons. So we enjoyed some lighthearted banter, especially between Damon and Bonnie, and more playful storylines. Last night's entertaining episode of The Vampire Diaries, "Welcome to Paradise," proved four major facts about the Mystic Falls characters.

1. Damon Actually Loves Likes Bonnie

Most of this episode of The Vampire Diaries revolves around Damon and Bonnie's bickering. We can't say we're not used to it. Damon and Bonnie have ...
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'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'A Legendary Fail' - Take Me Out At The Ballgame

October 17th, 2014 9:05am EDT
'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'A Legendary Fail' - Take Me Out
In this week's Impractical Jokers, Sal, Joe, Q and Murr have some stadium insecurities and get their attempted CSI on in the classroom. Needless to say, no one is going to pay these guys to keep the peace any time soon. But as if that's what they were trying to do.

Challenge #1: Foul Play
While posing as security team members at the local ballpark, the guys must say and do what they're told. This challenge is one of the most out of control in a while. Sal is tasked with interrogating a kid and gossiping with an elderly woman, but trips up when the guys give him a line about bringing "bombs...
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‘Reign’ Season 2 Episode 3 Recap: Long Live The King And Queen

October 17th, 2014 8:55am EDT
‘Reign’ Season 2 Episode 3 Recap: Long Live The King And Queen
Per last week’s “Reign,” Lord Narcisse surely gave Francis and Mary a run for their money, which he continued to do in Thursday's episode titled “Coronation.”

In between the days leading up to Francis officially being crowned king, Mary struggles with watching her people starve, Francis is still haunted by that creepy moment with his son’s nanny, Lola and Francis’ son is officially claimed, Kenna declares she wants all the presents in the world and Catherine makes a move.

Keep reading to see what went down before Francis and Mary stand in front of their people with those lovely, shiny cro...
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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 11 Episode 4 Recap Reality’s Questionable, Memories Are Crystal Clear

October 17th, 2014 8:54am EDT
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 11 Episode 4 Recap Reality’s Questionabl
“Nobody’s memory is perfect or complete,” voiceover Meredith starts, kicking off “Only Mama Knows” episode, where “Grey’s Anatomy” writers take us on a journey down the rabbit hole of the Ellis Grey/Richard Webber torrid affair and finally uncover its destruction.

To give her memory a jolt Mer digs into the archives and pulls out an old Ellis Grey speech boasting about the Grey Method. Mer watches with pride in her eyes, despite Derek throwing her the stink eye. Setting off round two of the Shepherds showdown; Derek still can’t wrap his head around Mer blowing off a workday when proving he...
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Ridley Scott Developing TV Series About Ebola

October 17th, 2014 8:44am EDT
Ridley Scott
Filmmaker Ridley Scott is working on a TV series based on the Ebola epidemic. The program will be based on author Richard Preston's 1994 best-selling book "The Hot Zone."

Scott's project has been in development for 10 years, but recent events have fast tracked the series. He is collaborating with director and producer Lynda Obst.

Scott originally wanted to adapt the book into a big-screen film with Jodie Foster in the lead.

Over, 4,400 people in West Africa have died in recent months from Ebola. Three people in the United States have battled the disease, which is a severe, often fatal il...
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Happy Birthday!

October 17th, 2014 7:00am EDT
Nick Cannon
Happy Birthday to:

America's Got Talent host Nick Cannon (1980)

Actor Chris Lowell (1984)

Actor Alimi Ballard (1977)

British actor Matthew MacFadyen (1974)

Actress Sharon Leal (1972)

Fugee Wyclef Jean (1972)

Rapper Eminem (1972)

N Sync singer Chris Kirkpatrick (1971)

Actor Wood Harris (1969)

Reggae singer Ziggy Marley (1968)

Actor Vincent Van Patten (1957)

Actor Norm MacDonald (1963)

Actor/producer Mike Judge (1962)

Director Rob Marshall (1960)

Country singer Alan Jackson (1958)

Actor George Wendt (1948)

Actress Margot Kidder (1948)

Actor Michael McKean (1947)

Daredevil E...
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Kesha Reportedly Told Rehab Doctors About Alleged Sexual Abuse From Dr. Luke

October 17th, 2014 12:00am EDT
Kesha
Just days after singer Kesha filed a lawsuit against producer Dr. Luke, the singer has claimed that she told stories about the abuse she endured while working with him to doctors at a rehab center she stayed at earlier this year.

Sources close to the singer revealed to TMZ that during her treatment for an eating disorder brought on by some comments the producer made to her, she told her doctors about all of the sexual assaults and verbal and physical abuse she alleges in her lawsuit, which she filed earlier this week.

Kesha's doctors reportedly have notes about the abuse and the assaults,...
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