I presume he can't wrap his mind around the fact that something not made by an old, white guy here in 'Murica can become so popular.

When it comes to news sources, I generally stay away from Fox News due to the fact they  are so one-sided on their "reporting". To be fair, I feel the same way about MSNBC. With that said, when it comes to the Fox News anchors, I actually don't mind Bill O'Reilly — when he's not on his own show.

Anytime I see that he is scheduled to appear on The Daily Show or Late Night with David Letterman, I always make a point to watch because it seems that when he's outside his own studio, he doesn't feel as obligated to blame everything on anyone whose opinion is different from that of his employer, and he shows that he has a good sense of humor.

This particular clip comes from Tuesday's edition of his show, The O'Reilly Factor. After learning that Psy's "Gangnam Style" had become the most viewed video in YouTube history, Bill brings in a psychiatrist to help him understand the phenomenon, and asks if our obsession with the South Korean sensation is healthy. Yep, that's right, instead of just writing it off as the next "Macarena" or "Mambo #5", a catchy song with a simple dance, O'Reilly digs deeper by psycho-analyzing it.