Fox News host Megyn Kelly appeared to take aim at two of her colleagues' "pre-taped" shows when she was asked about her own live program on "The Late Show" with Stephen Colbert on Sunday.
On CBS, just moments after the Super Bowl, Kelly said that doing her show live on Fox News at 9 p.m., as opposed to pre-recording, "adds a lot," especially given that the shows right before and after hers are not live.
“If you’re not live at night — because the show before me and the show after me are taped — you lose a lot," Kelly said.
Colbert pointed out that Kelly's show is in an "O'Reilly-Hannity sandwich," referring to her colleagues Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity. "Those guys are just phoning it in!”
While she stopped short of offering any direct criticisms to her male cohorts, Kelly still managed to leave Colbert stunned by her response.
“Let’s just say they tape earlier in the day, which is an advantage to us,” Kelly said.
“All right, wow, OK," Colbert said.