“I’m sorry, I’m 65, you’re 68, I know who I am, I don’t need re-education,” the Real Time host exclaimed to applause from his studio audience and a smile from Osbourne, who he showered fanboy praise on. “We can’t judge everyone by their worst moments,” Maher stated earlier in the softball packed interview as the former The Talk co-host slagged “disgruntled” ex-colleagues and offered a steady stream of self-justifications for conduct that got her canned from the CBS show last month.
"I've been called so many things in my life. I am so used to being called names, but a 'racist' is one I will not take." – @MrsSOsbourne #RealTime pic.twitter.com/Wek5Iwqhxy