Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by jr7543, Oct 10, 2016.
Or just for today (Columbus Day)?
Day? You mean Columbus week.
I'm betting they are off all this week and all next week.
It should be the rest of this wk. I'm going by last yrs schedule, and he worked 3 wks in a row. Also, BabaBooey went to Oldchella. That usually says vaca. And Wigs would never come back from the coast after attending Debra's wedding and have to be back at work on Tues. Even going by private plane, he'd be too tired for that.
Wiggy is too focused on delivering streaming video via SIM cards to go into the studio this week. He's the hardest working man in show business, after all.
"Here's the thing, Robin. Radio is a habitual medium..."
and by week you mean 2-3 days
Stern has now turned me into a Jim and Sam listener. I don't pay much attention, but enjoy people who actually work at least a week every month. So over this shit and this overrated garbage he calls radio now. I tried to cancel Sirius but they gave me 6 months for free, so fuck it.
They have been off for 8 years
Like any one gives a F when there coming back or if there ever came back from 2002
He's probably busy working on Howard360
That pool party in the hamptons with Justin Theroux and Kimmoe won't attend itself
They're off for Columbus Month
1492 was an underrated movie
Watching it now.
All weak. Nobody knows how to stretch a day off into a week like Stern. The hardest working man in the biz
Big fan of the new av.
I'll bet that Ken Bone still listens for all of the manly .... locker room .... cock talk that Howard has to offer when he shows up for work.
If a tree falls in the forest............
One good thing about the show's slow roll into it's current state of shit is that it gave me plenty of time to find alternative listening. I had plenty of time to give podcasts and audiobooks and other radio shows to grab me only as something to listen to during Howard's many off days. Then I would listen to Howard's show AFTER I listened to my other programs that I had discovered. Then I realized Howard's show wasn't worth listening to at all. And this all happened way back in 2010 when I was convinced (giving Howard's lethargy, lack of input of what made the content of the show and conserving money by not filling the Artie chair) was not re-signing with Sirius.