Bill O’Reilly Attempts to Explain Gangnam Style’s Popularity

By: Josh Wolford - November 28, 2012

If you have been waiting patiently for Bill O’Reilly and his frequent guest Dr. Keith Ablow to focus their mind lasers on viral megahit “Gangnam Style,” today is your lucky day.

Working off the news that the PSY song recently surpassed Justin Bieber’s “Baby” to become the most-viewed video in the history of YouTube, O’Reilly tries to figure out how the video could have possibly become so popular. Check out the video below for some Elvis comparisons, Bill’s commentary on “16 guys named PSY on Long Island,” and an interesting view of internet users as people seeking numbness. GO!

The meaning is that it has no meaning. Can’t explain that.

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