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Glenn Beck is in the sunset of his career at Fox News, and with news that he is launching his own internet channel, he preempted his usual Friday appearances on The O’Reilly Factor to discuss the details of the mysterious “GBTV.” But Bill O’Reilly succeeded little in getting actual details on the show, and instead got a laundry list of comical show ideas that involved a “Spooky Dude” George Soros special and a superhero series based on Beck.
“If it’s on the internet, it must be true,” Beck said of his new endeavor. O’Reilly told him he received much mail asking what Beck was going to do next, and was even asked earlier today on Don Imus’s show, where he responded he expected Beck to launch a clothing line entitled “Apocalypse Now.” “I’ve got a metal detector and then I’m going to the beach,” Beck responded in jest, though later clarified that GBTV was, in fact, a reality.
O’Reilly suggested that the network need a “theme” and asserted that he knew Beck would end up with his own network eventually (“are you asking me for a job?” Beck replied). Beck suggested it would be “all cartoons,” and later adding he would have to have a villain for his children’s show, which, of course, would end up being George Soros.
The segment via Fox News below: