O'REILLY: And this little bull shark comes zooming in and takes a chunk out of C.J.'s leg. He's all right. He's in the hospital. And then PETA takes that incident and -- put up the full screen -- and says that payback is hell, because the shark got C.J. and PETA doesn't like people going fishing. What do you say?
MILLER: I say, listen, I don't want to be too obvious and say they jumped the shark here, because they didn't. They jumped the shark when they started comparing meat slaughterhouses to Buchenwald, Dachau, and Auschwitz. I haven't listened to a thing PETA said since that.
The fact is, there are sometimes animals needing defending. But these people have turned into cat ladies. They're way out there. It's gray guns (ph). They're a little whacked, and nobody takes them that seriously any more. You hear PETA, I'll nod my head just to get away from the scene, because they're a little nuts right now.
O'REILLY: All right. So you -- they say we do this to get publicity, and we want everybody to be vegan and so we can do this, because it's satire. It draws attention to ourselves. We -- we run around naked. We do all kinds of things. But it's -- the greater good is served by getting people away from eating fish and meat.
Don't you die if you don't eat anything? I thought you died if you didn't eat anything.
MILLER: Well, you either die or you get so asphyxiated by low blood sugar that you start making moron ads like PETA does, for God's sake.
O'REILLY: So wait a minute. Maybe this is right. Maybe they don't have enough nutrition to think straight?
MILLER: Protein. Billy, protein and a little ginkgo biloba. Get that mind rotating again, for God's sakes.
O'REILLY: Are you ready for some Miller?
MILLER: Football. Thank you, officer.