• With: Jesse Watters

    JOHN CANDY, ACTOR: Is there any particular reason why you're giving me such a hard time.

    WATTERS: Is there a war on women right now.

    ARQUETTE: Yes, I do think there is.

    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: A lot of people treat women as second class citizens.

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    STEVE MARTIN: Wait a second.

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    ARQUETTE: I think it's important for people to think about a woman's right to choose.

    WATTERS: Do you think there's conservative bias or liberal bias in the media.

    RATHER: I think it cuts both ways.

    WATTERS: You look like a huge O'Reilly fan.

    LEGUIZAMO: Oh, I love O'Reilly. He's from New York. He's from Long Island, man.

    WATTERS: Do you watch the show a lot.

    LEGUIZAMO: I don't watch TV a lot.

    RATHER: I couldn't say a bad word about Bill O'Reilly. He's great.

    WATTERS: Staying out of trouble.

    BURTON: I don't need to use the sunglasses in the rain here.

    WATTERS: I know. I'm going to need an umbrella. Can I borrow yours.

    BURTON: No.

    ED CALLOWAY, TV SHOW HOST: I was shocked --

    WATTERS: Yes.

    CALLOWAY: -- because he was at an Anita Baker concert.

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    (ANITA BAKER SINGING)

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    RICHARDSON: Give Billy my best. He's a good man.

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    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: How about that.

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    O'REILLY: You know what I took away from that.

    WATTERS: What'd you take away.

    O'REILLY: How happy Dan Rather was to see you.

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    WATTERS: No, he did not like look pleased at all.

    O'REILLY: And Eva Longoria, was that her running away with the ponytail.

    WATTERS: No, the story about that though, we were trying to stakeout Sandra Fluke. So, I said, "There she is." So, we chased her down.

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    WATTERS: My camera guy thought that Eva Longoria's assistant was Sandra Fluke. So, all of a sudden, he elbows Eva Longoria out of the way and turns the camera on her assistant.

    O'REILLY: Ooh.