Ross wants to know if it's possible to run Mac OS X in virtualization on Windows. Leo says no. Mac OS X is firmware dependent, and as such, it requires the Mac hardware to run. It's easier to run the other way by running Windows virtually from a Mac, though. Ross could build a "hackintosh," but Leo says it's illegal to do and Apple's updates break it on a consistent basis. So it's not really worth it.
Leo says that with a hackintosh, often some things don't work right. The latest version of OS X Mountain Lion and an AppleTV will allow him to use airplay to wirelessly stream it to your TV, though. There's also a utility called "Air Parrot." Or, he can just wire it in directly via DVI.