The beauty of satire in the face of the person being satirized is this: it's too complex to actually pinpoint the thing to be angry about.

Video 1: O'Reilly appears on Colbert's show but not on the cover of his own book.

Video 2: Colbert appears on O'Reilly's show and explains the difference between "immitation" and "emulation."

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