O'REILLY: OK, so what is the significance of the 1791 date…
BECK: Am I talking to Bill O'Reilly?
O'REILLY: …for a clothing thing? Define it for us, please.
BECK: It's the Bill -- that's when the Bill of Rights happened.
O'REILLY: The Bill of Rights, all right. There you go. There you go. OK.
BECK: Need to go back to the original blueprint. And so the clothing will actually have things all over inside the clothing to remind you of -- to go back and be who you are supposed to be.
O'REILLY: Not only attire but it's a philosophical…
BECK: It's philosophical. It's a way of life. And it's also going to be kind of like Newman's Own. I'm going to do to clothing...
BECK: ...what Newman did to salad dressing.
O'REILLY: I thought you meant Alfred E. Neuman on the magazine.
BECK: No, no.
O'REILLY: Paul Newman. Not Alfred E.
BECK: No, no, no.
O'REILLY: Paul Newman. I get confused. All right. Now, let's get back to this GBTV, because I do believe you are going...
BECK: I don't know what you're talking about.
O'REILLY: I know. But you are going to be doing television on the Internet. I do believe that's going to happen for you.
BECK: Hang on just a second. Hang on. It's probably not something we should talk about on the air. But are you asking me for a job, Bill?
O'REILLY: Yes, absolutely.
BECK: Because I do pay in carrots.
O'REILLY: That's all right. I'll take the gold like you do.
O'REILLY: But if you did do a television network on the Internet, you know, it would be themed like your clothing line, right? There would be a theme to GBTV.
BECK: We're in the hypothetical word now?