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Jon Stewart vs. Bill O'Reilly: The No Fun Zone

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It's not likely you tuned into Fox News last night to watch Daily Show host Jon Stewart on The O'Reilly Factor--who wants to see a cable "news" host interviewed by another cable "news" host? Sit down, Chris Matthews ... ---

As expected, O'Reilly's No Spin Zone was a humorless vacuum in which Stewart flailed to make valid points about the media and politics, while Bill-O the Clown simply smacked around Stewart's audience as "stoners." To be fair, both "news" men preach to medicated masses--some over-the-counter, some under-the-table, but they're all on something.

Maybe Stewart is, too: He called O'Reilly the "most reasonable voice on Fox News," but then qualified the statement with "That's like being the skinniest kid at fat camp." Please to enjoy the most pointless interview since Jay Leno on Oprah: