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O’Brien, Riley, or O’Reilly?

O'Brien, Riley, or O'Reilly?

Haven’t you found yourself curious about the oh-so-subtle differences between TV entertainment personality Pat O’Brien, sometimes TV basketball coach Pat Riley, and TV political pundit Bill O’Reilly? Me neither, but let’s play a little game… “O’Brien, Riley, or O’Reilly?” Match the quote with the personality:

1. “Everybody has a bottom. And I hit my bottom that horrible weekend in New York. Do I remember most of it? No. And that’s where the bottom is. It was a weekend of fun, I thought, a weekend of drinking, which turned into a little bit of craziness.”

a. Pat O’Brien
b. Bill O’Reilly
c. Pat Riley

2. “There’s no such thing as coulda, shoulda, or woulda. If you shoulda and coulda, you woulda done it.”

a. Pat O’Brien
b. Bill O’Reilly
c. Pat Riley

3. “So who turns out for the screening of this movie Fahrenheit 9/11 last night? You ready? Now, here are the celebrities that turn out. Here are the people who would turn out to see Josef Goebbels convince you that Poland invaded the Third Reich. It’s the same thing, by the way. Propaganda is propaganda.

a. Pat O’Brien
b. Bill O’Reilly
c. Pat Riley

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