O'REILLY: Of course not --
COSTAS: In most cases --
O'REILLY: -- but the --
COSTAS: -- you're going to have many --
O'REILLY: -- but in -- in Texas and other states --
COSTAS: -- you're going to have many armed people, all right. And Colorado happens to be a right to carry state.
COSTAS: But you're going to have many armed people who would just be sitting there watching the movie. I would tell -- I would suggest that if that were the case --
COSTAS: -- it's far more likely than somebody playing Dirty Harry and taking this guy down that, over the course of time, there would be a dispute about somebody stepping on someone's foot on the line --
O'REILLY: But you're evading --
COSTAS: -- for popcorn --
O'REILLY: -- you're evading my question and going --
COSTAS: -- and -- and that dispute would escalate because somebody has a gun.
O'REILLY: You're evading my question. Bob Costas and O'Reilly are in the theater.
O'REILLY: Do you want to hit the floor and hope you don't get shot or do you want to have a gun on that you could protect yourself with?
COSTAS: I don't want -- I don't want to have a gun on me, no. And in that --
COSTAS: -- in that situation --
COSTAS: -- in that situation, in the dark, in the confusion --
O'REILLY: I respect that.
COSTAS: -- I think it was -- it's highly more likely that there would be additional carnage. Bullets would be flying wildly all over the place.
O'REILLY: But, again, you're into the theoretical now. You don't --
COSTAS: As are you.
O'REILLY: No, I'm not. You don't want a gun, I want one.
COSTAS: All right, fine.
O'REILLY: Ok. I want to be able to protect myself against that loon with a gun --
COSTAS: And --
O'REILLY: -- rather than being on the floor.
COSTAS: Now --
O'REILLY: No, wait -- stop, stop --