Published March 25, 2010
This is a rush transcript from "Glenn Beck," March 24, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
GLENN BECK, HOST: I want to show you a fantastic list of people who hate my guts. This is kind of a Beck-hating Hall of Fame. It is really — "Law & Order"? Everybody apparently on "Law & Order." It's kind of a disappointing list. I mean, I would like a few more A-listers up there. You know what I mean?
By the way, the following segment is a Fox television first. It's Fox New 3D.
It was a rough week: A disastrous attack on our fiscal stability in the form of health care. It looks like it's there. And now this: director of "Avatar, "Titanic" and "Piranha Part Two: The Spawning," James Cameron, apparently doesn't like me. He said this:
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JAMES CAMERON, DIRECTOR: Glenn Beck is a (EXPLETIVE DELETED). I've met him. He called me the anti-Christ. So you know and not about "Avatar."
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BECK: I got in the office this morning I'm like, "What? James Cameron said I said what?"
I mean, the fact is, we have met. I mean, I didn't remember it. I think it was in a make-up chair and I was just like, "Hey, you're the 'Titanic' guy."
Yes, it was three years ago. And I think that's what he was talking about. I don't know, but he hates me and not because of what I said in person. And if I did say anything to you, James, in person, I'm sorry.
I can't imagine, but this is what he was quoting about me saying he was the anti-Christ on my show that nobody watched in 2007, I said this, quote: "Anyone who got dragged to see 'Titanic' or was subjected to repeated playings of that Celine Dion song probably suspects what I've believed for years. Only pure evil could have directed that film or perhaps, yes, even the anti-Christ. Well, the real story tonight is that many believe people that James Cameron has officially tossed his hat into the ring today and is officially running for anti-Christ."
Now, who knew that you could actually run for anti-Christ? I thought you would be appointed. But there you go: Yes, James. I am guilty. I did call James Cameron the anti-Christ.
But mainly — you know what? I contend only because of the Celine Dion song — horrific, really.
But the best part is, this guy has carried this joke around with him for three long years. The guy's making $1 billion on a Smurf-murdering movie and he's stewing about a joke that nobody heard on a network nobody watched.
Really? It is time to walk away from the CGI just for a minute, Jim, just for a second.
I don't think he's just upset with me, though. He's also upset with you, too, because you are a global warming denier. Here he is:
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CAMERON: I want to call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out with those boneheads.
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BECK: Oh, no. Since he took my anti-Christ joke so seriously, I guess I have to ask James, stop threatening to shoot people in the street. Seventy-nine percent of the Americans who aren't convinced greenhouse gases are the most important factor in the planet's warming. Why must you kill all of them? Why must you kill all of them?
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