Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by stuttering john melendez, Dec 23, 2014.
check it my peeps
Will there be a Dawg shed Shout out?
@ARM you know what to do
Will you make a shout out to the shed john?
If it's really you, you need to slip in a "zoo za zoo" somewhere in the conversation!
It better pay dividends...Tonight Show and Stern stories.
Fans of Ant need to find this page like I did from the Ron and Fez shout out. Hope they mention the group .
The Zoo Za Zoo is the icing on the cake . I swear you could bring it up and Ant would love to goof on her with you .
the group will be mentioned
That's so awesome John! I will be listening
If you don't know the back story, this should clear it up:
Howard Stern Haters Explain ‘Zoo Za Zoo’ Phenomenon, Say Radio Star Has Censored Phrase From The Airwaves
Posted on May 22, 2013 @ 7:24AM
Howard Stern‘s name spread, in part, through a sect of pranksters devoted to hijacking local and national TV and radio shows with phony phone calls, shouting out their hero’s name and show references such as the nickname of his producer, “Baba Booey.”
But now the radio legend might be getting a taste of his own medicine from a band of fans disappointed with his current product, as one disgruntled listener points out that “Baba Booey” has been replaced with “Zoo Za Zoo,” the title of a folksy, spoken-word track released by Stern’s oldest daughter, Emily, from her album Birth Day.
Vashier, a representative of Dawg’s Saloon — the site where outspoken former fans of the Private Parts star congregate to rip on their one-time king — told RadarOnline.com that the reference gained steam as a way to needle the America’s Got Talent judge, who previously devoted chunks of his satellite show goofing on the musical efforts of Tom Hanks’ rapper son, Chet Haze.
“He went on and on about how ridiculous it was for the son of a celebrity to release an album,” Vashier told RadarOnline.com in an e-mail. “Well, seeing how Howard was saying that [celebrity] children should not attempt to be in show business, while his own daughter was releasing an album, the hypocrisy demanded the light of day be [shined] on it.
“It has nothing to do with Emily or her talent.”
Stern’s lack of publicly acknowledging his daughter’s artistic efforts have only fueled the fire of phone pranksters, Youtubers, photo shoppers and message board posters, who often put a hashtag in front of the phrase in attempts to make it go viral, Vashier said.
One passionate prankster/Dawg’s devotee nicknamed ARM “took it upon himself to get the word out on Zoo Za Zoo,” Vashier said.
ARM, posing as a regular caller, has cleverly worked the phrase into his dialogues on shows such as Dennis Miller Radio, Mike’s On: Francesa on the FAN, and the landing spot of Stern’s former sidekick, The Artie Lange Show.
ARM has also successfully uttered the phrase on many of the programs on Stern’s two Sirius channels, where Vashier said is “the only place that the calls have ever been either dropped or edited out of the replay altogether.
While the fight against censorship has been a battle Stern’s famously fought throughout his career — the Crucified by the FCC star cited the political fallout of Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl flash as a key factor in his decision to leave terrestrial radio — Vashier speculated the Zoo Za Zoo references have Sirius engineers with one finger on the dump button at all times, adding, “there has been word sent down to not allow [it] to be mentioned on air.”
Vashier noted that while Stern continues to passively encourage his prank callers by playing their work on the air — admonishing them with a wink and a nod — he continues to ignore the groundswell of reaction generated by his daughter’s work.
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“What’s funny is that you can tune into Stern on any day and hear at least one ‘Baba Booey’ yelled at a golf match or a reporter doing a live piece,” Vashier wrote, “but you won’t ever hear a Zoo Za Zoo, which is basically the same exact thing.”
Stern — in both his History of Howard Stern radio anthology and his best-selling books Private Parts and Miss America — cited the phone antics of show regulars Captain Janks, King of All Messengers and Ponce de la Phone as priceless promotion. Arguably, the most famous call of all was placed to Peter Jennings during O.J. Simpson’s Bronco chase in 1994, where a caller named Maury punctuated the farcical call with the line, “And Baba Booey To Y’all!”
As we previously reported, the Long Island native last week said he had someone investigating who was bullying him and his wife, model Beth Ostrosky, on Twitter, causing a backlash of anger from fans who said the Sirius superstar was being hypocritical, considering his past rants on others.
On his show Tuesday, Stern said he appreciates his loyal fans, and said “To be arrogant and p*** on your fans is the wrong thing.”
Vashier reiterated, “There is no war with Howard Stern … if Howard would only listen to his fans advice about the show, it could become what it once was, and it would save the legacy that he is trying to destroy with each new show.”
I will actually tune in for this.......despite my hate of Ant.
princess kitty, is that really your picture
Yes it is
you are a cutie, are you married?
Divorced just like you
The only one's listening will be current subscribers...Others will have to wait til someone posts it....Hey John, mention to Ant off air he could probably pick up a bunch of subscribers if he posted here sometimes