Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by FCCstandards, Sep 4, 2013.
They want Howard back for another season.
Well I guess we see where his career is headed. Fuckin douche bag.
For real? Any link?
Sure they will have him back. But his salary will be lucky to break 7 figures. Since Howard is such a team player and loves the show so much he will do it for free!
Bullshit. He doesn't roll out of bed for less than 100K.
He won't do it for less than 10 million. We'll see how he spins the firing.
I hope he stays on TV for a long time
Time will pass and everyone will age
except for stern's wig, chin and piano teeth
I'm all for more years of Stern on AGT.
The most entertaining thing he does these days is make an embarrassing spectical of himself, so what better place to do it.
Seriously, he will never again entertain us like he once did. Maybe he'll have an entertaining guest on now and then but that is all.
He provides us much more laughs these days.
He's already resorted to kissing a guy in a "look at me stunt" that nobody in the media seemed to notice and care about.
Imagine what he will be doing next year
That being said, I wouldn't take too much stock in the statement, they obviously are going to say they want Howard back at this point
If that is true, and given the exponential way in which the Wigged Witch's face is melting-skip the facelift, botox, fillers--complete face transplant!
The Stern experiment was a complete failure, this sounds like pre-promotion on an exit strategy.
He has to make up for that $300 million that Sirius owed him.
Not sure if serious?
Any links on this?
I'm with j schmuck. I think it's better we continue seeing the shark continuously jump on America's Got Talent. Other than that, we demand a link to the article!
It was a Lisa G puff piece, a guy named Jason Raff
How was he supposed to answer the question?
No AGT viewing thread?
I read the news today oh, boy
About a lucky man who made the grade
And though the news was rather sad
Well, I just had to laugh
I saw the photograph
He blew his mind out in a car
Hopefully Ronnie is around to clean out the mess...
Story planted by Buchenwald.
Agree. In showbiz managing public perceptions is everything. If you want the public to not see Stern's tenure as a failure, the first thing you do is publicly proclaim you want him back. He will go along gladly as it allows him to claim "they wanted me back but I don't like the workload" and save face.