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Billo: Isn't That Guitar Hero Risky Business Spoof Ad Offensive? Let's Watch It Again!

Giving in to his inner lech, Bill O'Reilly decides that we should find supermodel Heidi Klum's take on spoofing Tom Cruise in Risky Business for Gui

Giving in to his inner lech, Bill O'Reilly decides that we should find supermodel Heidi Klum's take on spoofing Tom Cruise in Risky Business for Guitar Hero really, really offensive. My gosh, she was wearing just a bra and panties for a while there. Not like anyone who has ever received endless mailings of Victoria's Secret hasn't seen that, Bill. Like you don't know.

Kotaku has the whole O'Reilly segment...where he posits that this might upset the children who are subjected to the ad while watching those wholesome Waltons on their tv show. Um, huh? The Waltons went off the air almost 30 years ago. And somehow Heidi Klum dancing is more traumatic than the continually running ads for erectile dysfunction? Dude, I know you like to style yourself as a "culture warrior" but seriously, pick your battles.

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