Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by GaryPuppet, Feb 14, 2012.
You gotta be fuckin kidding me!
Anyone else get douche chills from that?
Howard is empty and vacant inside so is his horse.
I suppose this is what passes for humor these days. Mike Francesa is funnier than Howard at this point.
When AGT bombs and Sirius fires him, Howard will end up judging cocks at Club Manhole (which I'm sure he'll love).
we can only hope
Honorable and Howard Stern do not belong in the same sentence.
I kind of find that funny actually, I'm shocked that Howard even has that much of a sense of humor anymore, kind of shocks me..
Did Jeff Shick have to make a house call to Chimneyville to change Howie's email signature for him?
"Fat Of The Day"
No because it's just a joke
Can he please get in a tub with a bottle of Xanax for a very extended nap?
Preferably after he gets "high" off of wine.
Joining AGT against the advise of his agent, co-workers, and particularly the wishes of his longtime fans, will go down in history as and absolute douche chilling turning point in Sterns career. That being said, I actually chuckled a bit when I heard Stern's quip about being an honorable judge.
Blame Beth and her insatiable desire for fame and exposure.
Buchwald strolled into the studio with a bottle of champagne on the day of the announcement - what makes you think he was against it? Fucker's laughing all the way to the bank with his cut of the AGT marbles.
This came from the creative mind of yoko...awry least it's not a pun like those hacks jason, will, benjy, etc resort to
According to Howard he mentioned an interest to Buchwald about the show. Buchwald responded that they contacted him but he said there was no interest and didn't even bother telling Howard about the offer because he thought it was a waste of time. He was surprised that Howard was actually interested in becoming a judge.
At that point, he went ahead and worked out a deal so naturally when it was completed he was celebrating (particularly since his client was thrilled).
It's the same way how everyone on the radio show is now pretending to be excited and thrilled about seeing Howard bring his talents to tv. I know at least John Hein and Fred said they thought it was a stupid idea initially
I gotta figure that at this late and for all intents and purposes dead point in Howard's career, Buchwald is happy to make whatever money he can off of Howard regardless of the negative effect that a particular project may have on Howard's future as an entertainer.