Greenwich Gary is such a pussy, the biggest Stern suck up the world has ever seen. If he were Sandusky's assistant, kids would still be getting raped in the shower.
Howard is isolated but so is his staff.
No one more so than Gary.
He even mimics Boff's idiotic political positions.
Gary is loyal to Howard but that loyalty has cost him something far more valuable, a grounding in the real world.
Most of us here have had several setbacks during the span of our career(s).
The reality of that dog-eat-dog world is something Gary has never had to deal with.
When it hits him, he's fucked.
Gary's a douche dickwad but I don't think he was attacking Mike. It sounded like Gary was cautioning him because he knows that Howard just doesn't have the same hair as Louie IV he has the same royal attitude. No one knows that better than Gary.
Everyone in the compound knows it too which makes the mini mutiny last week even more amazing. We should know by next week's Back Office Show (if there is one) if there has been a smack down by Howard.
No way it even gets mentioned. He may get a friendly talk off the record but they won't touch him. He would sue their ass off. Howie like to sue, but, doesn't want to be on the other side of the litigation and every two bit lawyer knows you alway go after the deepest pockets.
I don't think so. Gary said his peace last week. But HPM might get laid off in the near future due to funding cuts. Howard is a vindictive fuck. One can only hope the damage to his Hamptons chimney hut was extensive.
High pitch Mike wont take shit from bullies. That Fag has the biggest balls of all working with Howard.
If Howard/Gary starts to talk to much shit, Mike will go to management and complain. Howard need to control himself or he could have a lawsuit "unsafe work environment".
I believe this will not be addressed on air, but someone will talk to Mike in private and explain kayfabe to him.
Or they will work a bit where Howard rants for hours and Mike is in on it.
I'm going along with the thinking that HPM does not get addressed tomorrow, because Booey's reprimanding made it feel like things were sliding into HR territory. Note: Howard's main "Dead to Me" tell is when he describes someone's action as weird; not like "Jackie is a weird guy," which served in the past as a ballbusting segue, but a quote like "what he did was really weird," or "that was weird to me." If I hear anything like that on Monday, it may indicate to me that the particular matter has crossed the point of no return.