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Bill O'Reilly opens '60 Minutes' 46th season with 'Killing Jesus'

Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly appears on his

Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly appears on his show "The O'Reilly Factor" in Manhattan on Jan. 18, 2007. Credit: AP

Bill O'Reilly will open the 46th season of "60 Minutes" with a Norah O'Donnell interview about "Killing Jesus."

Check out the clip. (And Newsday app users, head on over to newsday.com/tvzone to see the full video.)

Meanwhile, this is also of interest: O'Donnell and the show visit Westbury's St. Brigid to talk to some former classmates of O;  they relay tales of a student who would not normally be described as "model," but then O'Reilly cops to that charge as well. Here's O'Donnell reading presumably from one of his books: 

O'Donnell: “Starting in grade school, I disobey the rules, mocked those in authority and brazenly challenged the accepted wisdom. My behavior back then was not much different from what it is today.”

BILL O’REILLY: (edit) And ain’t America great? I was a little thug. And now I’m getting’ paid millions of dollars for bein’ a big thug. (laugh)

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