After all these years of snide remarks and the occasional visit to one another’s show, noted archenemies Bill O’Reilly and Jon Stewart are going to settle their long-standing beef like men: by sitting down and debating politics from a climate-controlled collegiate setting.
Dubbed “The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium,” O’Reilly and Stewart will storm George Washington University on Saturday, October 6, for their debate. Those not fortunate enough to attend the live event can feel as if they’re basking in the cool glow of GDubs thanks to a live-stream on the Rumble’s official website.
Either way, tickets cost a whopping $4.95 with half the proceeds going towards charities. The other half will buy Big Macs for Bill and Jon.
“The format is exactly like the presidential debates, without all the phoniness and pomposity,” O’Reilly announced on The O’Reilly Factor last night, before realizing that his presence would render at least one of those claims moot. Never short on sass, O’Reilly promised the Rumble would “be a night to remember. At least for Stewart and his 18 writers.”
You can watch the two TV titans trash talk each other in the videos below:
Meanwhile, it’s nice to finally know why Al Gore invented the Internet.