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Olbermann To Go Up Against His Replacement

Keith Olbermann is trying to out-Keith Olbermann himself: His new Current TV show is said to be scheduled against his MSNBC replacement's slot. Lawrence O'Donnell's The Last Word replaced Olbermann when he abruptly left MSNBC after eight years with the network. He'll also—happily we presume—once again be going head to head with Fox News talking head Bill O'Reilly. But fans will have to wait: Olbermann's non-compete clause doesn't expire until May. That gives Olbermann a few more months to work on his seething rage. [THR}

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