A term discovered by Bill O'Reilly towards the end of an unaired Inside Edition taping. At the time, Bill was an anchor for Inside Edition from 1989 to 1993 so the meltdown occurred in the middle of his tenure and days after the release of Sting's The Soul Cages. Used to describe a musical accompaniment for a stage exit.
Bill: "I don't know what that means; "To play us out." What does that mean? ...To end the show?
Producer: "Yeah. Yeah."
Bill: "Alright. Go. Go!"
Producer: "In 5, 4, 3..."
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by Dilly Mackey May 22, 2019
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