Nick Gillespie Talks Trillion-Dollar Coin and an Ozzy Osbourne Airport on Red Eye

ReasonTV's Nick Gillespie discusses the self-esteem of college freshmen, an Ozzy Osbourne airport in the UK and the trillion-dollar coin on Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. Airdate: January 5, 2013.

About 45 minutes.

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  • WWNGD?||

    If Ozzie Ozborne can sing a duet with Miss Piggy why can't Nick Gillespie?

  • albo||

    Bila is lovely and smart and a good talker, but I'm still trying to figure out what her day job is.

  • AlmightyJB||

    Not one of the better episodes. Which is saying a lot given how low the bar is already set.

  • Thane Eichenauer||

    There are far worse ways to spend 42 minutes of your time. Michael Ian Black's comments on the US Constitution at the 21 minute mark were pretty darn clever.

  • Brutus||

    I read that headline and immediately "Crazy Train" started playing in my head.

  • waaminn||

    Well now that makes a lot of sense dude.

  • BillSchulz||

    We love Nick, (as a Red Eye regular) as we are concerned about his kleptomania (he pocketed 3 green room bagels, 4 Diet Cokes and our makeup artist's Kindle).

  • sam the man||

    yeah but kindles are useless anyway

  • An0nB0t||

    Well, yeah. Why the fuck else would he wear his jacket indoors if not to steal shit?

    And I would rather watch Salo for the 14th time than have to view that Biden clip ever again.

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