MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell was giddy with excitement Friday evening as he announced conservative radio host Glenn Beck “agreed” with him that the unfolding crises around the world today do not spell Armageddon. 

This is apparently a victory in O’Donnell’s book — never mind what may have been said during the other 2:59:30 of Glenn’s 3-hour radio program.

As we reported, O’Donnell initiated an exchange when he claimed the Bible was a “work of fiction” and criticized Beck for not knowing whether we’re experiencing the end of the world.  Glenn responded Friday morning during his radio broadcast that O’Donnell’s ardent distaste for faith and religion would never allow him to really understand it.  While he agreed with O’Donnell’s assertion that we are in fact not witnessing Armageddon, Beck slammed the MSNBC host for his attack on religion.

Here’s O’Donnell’s Friday evening response in a nutshell: He said he agrees!  Haha!  He said it!  You can’t take that back!  I tricked you!  Neener neener nee-ner!

Er, congratulations…? 

Behold, one of the most baffling cable news segments I’ve ever witnessed:

“I agree with that…” [snip]

Oh… was that the end? Didn’t Glenn have more to say?

No. Glenn Beck agrees with Lawrence O’Donnell. End of story.

I don’t really believe that conservative Beck would echo the thoughts of self-avowed socialist O’Donnell.  Can I hear that again?

“I agree with that…” [snip]

See? It’s soooo obvious!  Booya.  In your FACE, Glenn Beck!