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)