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2:26pm on Thursday the 20th of June
DEFINE 'TOO MUCH'
Presumably there are only so many times you can rerun "The O'Reilly Factor," "Hannity and Colmes," "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren," "Special Report with Brit Hume," and other Fox News staples into the small hours of the morning before even the most Fox-addicted insomniac says, "Enough! I've seen this program three times already!"

Either that, or a mistake has been made, because since its February 5 debut, "Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld" -- not a news show so much as a jubilantly idiotic gab fest about whatever dumb stories happen to be in the headlines, and the dumber the better -- is still hanging around on Fox at 2 a.m. to no apparent purpose.

Let's start with the positives. If nothing else, "Red Eye" is a pretty good name for a television program. Aside from the obvious allusion to the overnight flight, the term can also be used for conjunctivitis, blurred vision, an alcoholic drink, a hangover remedy, a cup of coffee with a shot of espresso, and, as if all that weren't enough, a Vietnam-era surface-to-air missile.

The show is a bit like watching a televised version of the goofiest parts of the Drudge Report and a collection of semiliterate blogs. (It's Blog TV!) The host, 42-year-old Greg Gutfeld, is a former editor of Maxim and Stuff magazines. His name suggests someone who drinks too much beer and plans to go on doing so for a good long time. If he wasn't on television, one could imagine him in a bar making a lot of noise.
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That's after the show!

P.S. And, well, right before.
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