Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter bicker on the air

Conservative pundits Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter on Tuesday night bickered with each other on the air.

During a panel discussion on Sen. Harry Reid's (D-Nev.) racially insensitive remarks, Coulter (pictured here with Hannity at an event for her book "Treason") told Hannity that his analogies "are terrible."

Coulter was annoyed that Rev. Al Sharpton and Hannity were discussing Rev. Jeremiah Wright in tackling the Reid controversy. Wright, the former pastor of former President Barack Obama, attracted many headlines during the 2008 presidential race.

After Coulter ripped Hannity's use of analogies, Hannity responded, "Why don't you get to your point instead of complaining about it? Go ahead!"

A smiling Sharpton said, "I'm so happy that I have the right fighting each other tonight."