Bill O'Reilly grilled Glenn Beck about his new web TV venture, and then mocked him so mercilessly that it left Beck speechless.
The weekly "At Your Beck and Call" segment took place on Thursday instead of its usual Friday slot. O'Reilly started by asking Beck to confirm, as has been reported this week, that he will be launching a new Internet TV channel called "GBTV."
"Very snappy Beck!" O'Reilly joked. "It rhymes and everything."
"We haven't announced anything," Beck said. O'Reilly scoffed at this, saying the news was "all over the Internet." He asked if there would be a "theme" to the channel.
"All cartoons," Beck said, naming "The Adventures of Spooky Dude" as one possibility.
The two then talked about Beck's other new venture, his online deals site Markdown.com. Beck said he wanted to help small entrepreneurs by highlighting their products. O'Reilly said he was impressed.
"This could be canonization for you, Beck," he said.
O'Reilly also mocked Beck throughout the entire interview—telling him he should start a new clothing line called "Apocalypse Now," saying that, if he were to join Beck's channel, he would have to be paid "in gold," and going after Beck's weight.
After Beck joked that a chocolate website was paying him in chocolate, but that O'Reilly would be paid in carrots, O'Reilly said, "you see the difference between my physique—"
"This isn't going well for me," Beck said, eventually being rendered speechless by O'Reilly's continual jibes.WATCH: