he frequently riled Bill O'Reilly has no appetite for "Glee," claiming that the Fox show's producers went "out of their way to mock conservatives" Sarah Palin and Ann Coulter in recent episodes: "Are they trying to indoctrinate young people?" he recently asked fellow Fox News host, Jane Skinner. Skinner didn't exactly leap to support him, says Broadway World, since she, "like most [people] — got the joke." O'Reilly's not humorless, says Steven Crowder at Big Hollywood, he's appropriately outraged. "Glee" tries to "normalize promiscuous teenage sex between young harlots and cads." What right have its creators to call out Coulter and Palin as poor role models? Watch O'Reilly's critique:
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