VIDEO: JON STEWART Nominates Bill O'Reilly for Next Pope
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On last night's The Daily Show on Comedy Central, host Jon Stewart pondered the possibilites after learning that any male catholic is eligible to take over the reins of retiring Pope Benedict XVI. The late night host suggested FOX talk show host Bill O'Reilly for the position, yet wondered, "Would he accept the demotion?" Catch the hilarious clip from last night's show below!
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