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Miller + O’Reilly = ‘Bolder & Fresher’

11:01 AM Tuesday 8/9/11 |   |

Funny guy Dennis Miller is teaming with political commentator Bill O’Reilly for a few dates on the East Coast.

Called the “Bolder & Fresher Tour,” right now there are four stops on the books – Westbury, N.Y., at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury Aug. 20; Uncasville, Ct., at Mohegan Sun Oct. 29; Richmond, Va., at Landmark Theater Nov. 25 and Atlantic City at Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa Nov. 26.

What can fans expect from these shows? Probably more of what you’ve seen on TV, but no censorship or bleeping out nasty words.

Miller, who rose to national prominence as the anchorman for Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update,” has built a career on sarcastic pop-culture observations mixed with rants and historical comparisons. He appeared as the color commentator on Monday Night Football in 2000 and currently hosts a weekly radio program on Westwood One. In recent years Miller has cultivated a following among political conservatives and frequently appears on Fox News’ “The O’Reilly Factor.”

Then there’s O’Reilly.  As host of “The O’Reilly Factor,” the Fox News commentator is known for his quick-witted barbs, observations and criticism. Putting Miller and O’Reilly on the same stage is sure to ignite more than few humor-fueled ideological fires reminiscent of the late 1950s/early ‘60s when comedians like Mort Sahl regularly derived humor from daily newspapers’ Op. Ed sections.

Tickets and VIP meet-n-greet packages are available. Visit BoldFreshTour.com for more information.

Comments

  1. Evster wrote:

    10:03 AM, Aug 10, 2011

    "Bolder and Fresher"? PUUHLEEEASE! Call it what you want, but the ideology of "I've got mine, now leave me alone" has been around since before "bolder" and "fresher" were even words...since before people spoke at all. If I'm interested in watching a couple neanderthals jacking each other off I'll definitely check out the show.



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