MILLER: Sure. It's right next to the -- it's right next to the Al Jarreau network on my Sirius.
O'REILLY: And it's one of my favorites. You know "Moonlighting"? I love that song. They say -- Al Jazeera says that the USA is torturing terror suspects by playing them "Sesame Street."
Roll the tape.
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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The lyrics talk about magic numbers. Strange words or the names of the colors.
But these innocent children's songs were abused for inhumane purposes come.
(MUSIC: "SESAME STREET" THEME)
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: In 2003, it transpired that U.S. intelligence services tortured detainees with "Sesame Street music for days.
O'REILLY: "I'll tell you anything you want to know. Just stop it. Go ahead.
MILLER: Well, listen, there's a lot of intricacies to this story. And I don't know all the wheres and whys and hows. But I do know this, that they're using music from PBS. Bill Moyers is getting a piece of it. I do know that somewhere down the road.
Listen, I think this helps kids, because it keeps them alive to learn how to spell. If they -- if they Cookie-board one of these pigs and he rats a song of the Grouch out, then it's good for kids, isn't it? It keeps them alive.
And I'll tell you what. I'm getting sick of them whining that they are being tortured by cute songs like "Sesame Street" and the great rock opus, "Enter Sand Man" by Metallica. These are good songs. You ever turn on the Al Jazeera radio in your market? That's crap music. Quit whining about good music, for God's sake.
O'REILLY: Yes. I can understand with "Sugar Sugar" by The Archies. That would be out of control.
MILLER: Then you've got problems. But the "Sesame Street" song is catchy. That leads you right into Indian Lake and then, you know, from there you're in Kelso (ph) land.
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