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How Dana Perino is Preparing for Jeopardy!

Fox News Channel “The Five” co-host Dana Perino is prepping for her turn on Jeopardy! “Power Players” week by getting some help from “Red Eye’s” Bill Schulz. The former GW Bush administration Press Secretary has a tough act to follow: her Obama administration counterpart Robert Gibbs who eeked out a win last night. Watch Perino tonight take on CNBC’s David Faber and basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

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Bill Schulz’s NSFW Birthday Cake

red_eye081710.jpgIt was Fox News Channel and “Red Eye” regular Bill Schulz‘s birthday over the weekend, and his friends apparently went to the erotic bakery for his cake.

Former FNC anchor and current “Red Eye” contributor Lauren Sivan tweeted:

“Still in diabetic shock from @BillSchulz’s birthday cake. It was a lot to digest!”

Based on the (not safe for work) picture she included, yes it was:

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New Beck Special: “Destined to Repeat(?)”

Glenn Beck announced a new special on his show today — “Destined to Repeat(?)” The special airs tomorrow at 5pmET. From his Website: “Beck sits down with some of the greatest historians and authors to put the current crisis in context.”

“A lot of shows you can hop in and out but this thing’s going to be taken out of context so much you can’t even imagine,” he said. “Oh, yes, Stephen Colbert, I’m writing your show for you.”

So what else happened on the program today? Well…Beck poured water out of a gasoline can on Red Eye’s Bill Schulz:

Red Eye Turns Two: “It’s Intentionally Stupid, But Secretly Smart”

gutfeld_2-6.bmpTwo years ago today, Red Eye first aired at 2amET on the Fox News Channel. It was, to say the least, a drastic departure from what the FNC audience was used. We enjoyed this line from former TVNewser editor Brian Stelter‘s first show review: “The show had circa-2000 production values but it was oddly compelling.”

Now two years and nearly 500 shows later, host Greg Gutfeld, Bill Schulz and Andy Levy celebrated their 2nd anniversary last night (or this morning).

Gutfeld’s Greg-alogue took aim at some of his favorite targets — no, not houseboys and unicorns — political correctness and the show’s stable of haters.

Although he admits at first the program “was a horror show,” he says: “It’s intentionally stupid, but secretly smart — a strategy designed to confuse bitter liberals, media hacks, and angry activists. We gauge our success by turning groups into sputtering messes.”

As for the future, “The show continues to expand, and thanks to the folks at Fox News, it’s our hope that we continue to grow,” said Gutfeld. But in true Red Eye style, he continued: “If anything, just to keep Bill off the streets and me off the Meth.”

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The Fallout From Bleeping “Mr. O’Reilly”

gutfeld_12-12.bmpOn Tuesday’s Red Eye, High Times Magazine editor and author of “The Official High Times Pot Smoker’s Handbook,” David Bienenstock was interviewed, joking about how “Fox News has the best weed in the world” after his green room visit.

Regular panelist Bill Schulz responded, but it was bleeped: “…does not like it when you get into his personal stash.”

It turns out Schulz had said “Mr. O’Reilly,” which was picked up on by Countdown with Keith Olbermann the next night. That drew a Red Eye response last night.

An FNC spokesperson tells TVNewser, “The show acted unilaterally. No one told them to bleep O’Reilly’s name.”

(Also, a quick shout out to “Bean,” who was an all-star last year in the basketball league.)

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