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Jimmy Kimmel to Bill Maher: Arianna Huffington Squeezed My Ass on 'Win Ben Stein's Money' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Mar 1st 2011 4:25AM
Bill Maher, Kimmel Talk Arianna HuffingtonWith Bill Maher on his show, Jimmy Kimmel wondered if he had any insight into the "crazy" (his word) that is Arianna Huffington, whom Maher has known since his 'Politically Incorrect' days.

"She did something to me once a long time ago that I've never told anyone before," said the host on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' (weeknights, 12AM ET on ABC). When she appeared on 'Win Ben Stein's Money', "I'm standing at the podium and she started squeezing my a-- during the show, repeatedly squeezing it. And I didn't know what to do. I turned bright red."

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Bill Maher -- I "Created and Destroyed" Tea Partier Christine O'Donnell (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Oct 27th 2010 2:45AM
Bill Maher -- I 'Created and Destroyed' Tea Partier Christine O'DonnellComic and pundit Bill Maher showed up on the new 'Lopez Tonight' (weeknights, 11PM ET on TBS). Bill and host George Lopez had a freewheeling discussion about the state of American politics. Bill also claimed that he had "created" a polarizing figure -- current Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell.

Lopez wasn't a fan of Ms. O'Donnell, calling her a "anti-masturbation witch." At this point, Maher raised his hand in the air -- and took the credit (or the blame) for Christine. "Well, I'm responsible for [her,]" he said. O'Donnell first gained national prominence on 'Politically Incorrect,' Maher's old show.

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Stephen Colbert to Tea Party Candidate Christine O'Donnell: "Come on My Show!" (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Sep 28th 2010 2:46AM
Stephen Colbert to Tea Party Candidate Christine O'Donnell: 'Come on My Show!'Well, it's time for Round Two of Stephen Colbert vs. Christine O'Donnell. Previously, as you may remember, Stephen unleashed the 'CHRISTINE O'DONNELL CLIP PREDICTOR 3000,' as part of an effort to determine what would be the next bizarre story involving the Republican candidate from Delaware.

He also threatened to keep on predicting weird stories about Ms. O'Donnell -- unless she gave up and made an appearance on his show. (This, by the way, was a parody of host Bill Maher, who has said he will keep showing video clips of Christine until she returns to his show 'Politically Incorrect.')

But sadly, Stephen's last ploy failed ... and failed badly, because O'Donnell wants nothing to do with him. So on the latest 'Colbert Report,' (weeknights, 11:30PM ET on Comedy Central), he resorts to a different tactic.

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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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Here's a rather dirty joke from Bill Maher - VIDEO

by Bob Sassone, posted May 5th 2007 1:01PM

Bill MaherMy favorite part of Real Time With Bill Maher is the last segment, "New Rules." It's a segment devoted to looking at things a little bit differently, offering new rules for current events, celebrities, and politicians. Maher released a great book last year with the same title.

After the jump is a clip (from Salon) of the latest "New Rules" segment of the HBO Friday night show. It's entitled "Half-Cocked," and I would usually say to you that the clip is NSFW, but you can probably guess that from the title.

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HBO and AOL to launch broadband comedy website

by Richard Keller, posted Nov 27th 2006 6:02PM

AOL HBO in new broadband website agreementLast week we mentioned that HBO was looking into creating a Internet broadband channel that would only be available to their subscribers. While this project is under development the pay-cable network has been working on other ways to get their brand incorporated into the ever growing world of television on the Internet.

One of these ways is to team up with America Online (our corporate parent) to create the broadband website 'This Just In'. To be launched early next year, 'This Just In' will feature current events humor and will reflect the range of comedy that HBO is known for; think Politically Incorrect and Def Comedy Jam. The site will provide plenty of video content as well as a blogging area that will allow users to tap into the day's events as they are happening. In addition, the website will become a platform to incubate new programming for other HBO properties.

The 'This Just In' website will replace the current AOL comedy site and will be available at www.thisjustin.com.

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Bill Maher: Funny or no?

by Anna Johns, posted Oct 31st 2006 6:36PM
bill maher; steve irwin; crocodile hunterIt'll probably be a long time before Bill Maher is welcome in Australia. The comic is making headlines for dressing up for Halloween as the dead Crocodile Hunter, complete with stingray barb and bloody shirt. In its story about Maher's tasteless costume, the Sydney Morning Herald makes it sound like one-in-two Americans is going as dead Steve Irwin this Halloween.

Is it insensitive? You betcha. Funny? Eh. It's not laugh-out-loud funny, but more roll-your-eyes-and-groan funny. And it's not nearly as funny as South Park's reference to Irwin's death last week, which I thought was surprisingly tasteful and hilarious at the same time.

So... is the costume funny or not?

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