Dennis Miller provides Bill O'Reilly's audience with weekly snarlfests during which the washed up comedian opines on all sorts of stuff. Last night, O'Reilly asked Miller about the Chick fil-A controversy. That it is old news was no problem for Miller who seemed to think that the reaction of the LGBT community to the homophobia of Chick fil-A's president was silly and indicative of "what's happening in America." He sneerinly proclaimed that if wants to go to "lunch and munch of piece of clucker, I gotta wonder if the guy in the front office is a breast man or let's say a wingman." Ewww, I know. But the ewww factor got even worse when the conversation turned to how Dennis Miller selects his wife's lingerie.
In his tirade about political correctness, he referenced, with his patented sexist 50's jargon, an incident involving *Victoria's Secret. He slurred that "I'm not gonna play the game where Indians calling Victoria's Secret and asking for an apology because the chick in the headdress came out in a bikini and all they saw was the headdress." You could almost see the spittle on the camera lens when he shouted "If that's where America wants to go, fine."
Bill was tittering as Miller lowered the level even further: "I'm still watching Victoria's Secret shows for bikinis or lingerie to buy my wife."
The rest of the comment was just bizarre: "If we've gone from calling golden hair Custer to Candace Swanpoole, then the whole country is lost at this point." When O'Reilly noted that Chick fil-A has been rated the "number one chicken chain," Miller shouted "it tastes good."
So let's see, Dennis Miller mocked gays and Native Americans as well as reveal that he oogles Victoria's Secret "chicks" in order to make wise underwear purchases for his wife.
*What neither O'Reilly nor Miller explained was that Victoria's Secret recently apologized for putting a Native American headdress on model during the annual fashion show. Native Americans felt it was mockery of a symbol meant to convey respect. The Victoria's Secret model, who wore the headdress, apologized on her Twitter. One wonders how O'Reilly and Miller would react if a Victoria's Secret model came down the runway with a Catholic bishop's mitre on her head.
Great idea! Could VS give that a go please …