MCGUIRK: Why can't we kick the can up the road.
O'REILLY: No, we can't -- we're not kicking anything, no cans, we're not kicking any butts. We're not kicking, all right.
Now, the reason I do this, and they're all pinheads -- the reason I do this -- since you're too lazy to think about what they want to say, all right, if you object to the policy not being reformed immediately, then say that.
You're driving me crazy, all right. I may have to listen to talk radio if this continues.
GUTFELD: Don't do that.
O'REILLY: Well, McGuirk works in talk radio, you know.
MCGUIRK: That was a shock.
O'REILLY: Does Imus kick the can. Is he kicking can in the morning.
GUTFELD: But I think the can means something else.
MCGUIRK: By the way, he's running a half-marathon this week. And I don't see you're aware of that.
O'REILLY: Imus is running a half-marathon?
MCGUIRK: Indeed, he is.
O'REILLY: In his living room. He doesn't leave the house, does he.
MCGUIRK: Well, I'll let you know how it turns out on Monday. But he's, you know, he's not kicking anything. He's kicking butts.
MCGUIRK: He's kicking cans.
O'REILLY: But we all agree that this has got to stop, correct.
O'REILLY: It has --
GUTFELD: No, it will never stop. It will never stop.
O'REILLY: Even if I put you in charge.
GUTFELD: Yes. Hey, I'm incompetent.
O'REILLY: All right. Well, Gutfeld finally telling the truth.
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