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Bill Maher Jokes That Arianna Huffington Is the New Voice of Moviefone (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Feb 14th 2011 4:10PM
As you may have heard, AOL recently bought The Huffington Post for $315 million. As part of the deal, The Huffington Post's president and co-founder Arianna Huffington will now be the editor-in-chief of all of AOL's content properties.

Huffington appeared on 'Real Time With Bill Maher' (Friday, 10PM ET on HBO), and the two had a little fun with Huffington's new role by having Maher call AOL's Moviefone, only to hear Mr. Moviefone's distinctive voice replaced by Huffington's.

"Hello darling, you have reached Moviefone," said the new Moviefone message. "Now playing, 'The Kids Are Alright.' But the kids are not alright, they are suffocating under a mountain of debt, created mostly during the Bush administration."

And what does Moviefone have to say about the Oscar-nominated film, 'The Social Network'?

"'The Social Network,' finally something worth seeing, a brilliant visionary gets into the Internet business and makes a boatload of money. I love this movie."

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Christine O'Donnell Calls Evolution a 'Myth' In Old Clip From 'Politically Incorrect' (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Sep 27th 2010 9:46AM
Soon after Christine O'Donnell catapulted into the national consciousness, Bill Maher announced that he was going to start releasing clips of embarrassing appearances O'Donnell made on his old show, 'Politically Incorrect,' unless the GOP candidate for senate from Delaware agreed to appear on his current show, 'Real Time With Bill Maher' (Friday, 10 PM ET on HBO)

O'Donnell has yet to meet those terms, so Maher used this week's 'Real Time' to play old footage of O'Donnell talking evolution.

"Evolution is a myth ...' said O'Donnell, in the "Political Incorrect' clip from October 15, 1998.

"Evolution is a myth," Maher repeated, incredulously. "Have you ever looked at a monkey?"

"Then why aren't monkeys still evolving into humans?" was how a young O'Donnell dealt with Maher's rhetorical question.

Our favorite part of the old clip has to be the reaction of Twisted Sister front-man Dee Snider. While Maher and the other panelists get all huffy about O'Donnell's scientifically dubious remarks, Snider remains completely unfazed. This is probably because a couple decades as a shock-rocker will leave you immune to just about any kind of absurdity.

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