"I, your humble correspondent, am causing trouble once again."
The TV host dedicated most of his show, The O'Reilly Factor to the feud, and seemed invigorated for a fight.
"Wherever I went this weekend people were high five-ing me, yelling out windows, 'O'Reilly keep going,' that kind of stuff. Are all these people bigots?" said O'Reilly.
He fired back after Monday's episode of The View where host Joy Behar said, "We always talk about standing up to bigotry, so I stood up."
"I have had enough with the political correct nonsense and I condemn the far left fanatics who label people with whom they disagree bigots," O'Reilly said.
O'Reilly seems to be basking in the all the attention. Ratings for his show are up since the confrontation and his new book Pinheads and Patriots is climbing the bestseller list.
And there was another walk off on The View Tuesday. Guest Steven Colbert stormed off the set!
No, it wasn't another heated fight. Colbert was just joking and quickly came back saying, "I'd like to apologize, that was rude of me!"