Gary, On Producing the Howard Stern Show:

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  1. BringBackJackie

    BringBackJackie Well-Known Member Banned User

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    Not sure if this has been mentioned, but on the Wrap Up Show the Monkey said something to the effect that he is constantly getting asked why Larry David has never been on the Stern Show. His answer: "[Larry David] has never asked."

    There you have it. The Monkey as a Producer. Which also explains why Seth Rogan, Russell Brand, David Arquette, Jenny McCarthy, and Hulk Hogan are on so much. They ask.

    I can't wait till Sirius doesn't resign Stern and Gary is going to be forced to get off his fat monkey ass and really work.
     
  2. GaryPuppet

    GaryPuppet Well-Known Member

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    Booey and Howard disclosed this some time ago.

    They no longer chase to book guests. If they contact Gary to be on the show, then great.

    Otherwise, screw em.

    True story.
     
  3. Quite Frankly

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    The only person they keep asking is john mayer, only bcs wiggy wants to find out his cock size and some hot adjectives
     
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    BudBudha Male Underwear Model

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    so lazy
     
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    Murcielago Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast

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    The only thing Gary produces is stank breath.
     
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    Mr Fantastic Found Nemo VIP

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    Hey, Sporcle ain't gonna play itself.
     
  7. GaryPuppet

    GaryPuppet Well-Known Member

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    However Will did try to book Amanda Bynes on the show through twitter earlier this month.
     
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    " I'm working hard, Boff!"

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    The only people trying to book guests on the Stern show are guys like Will ( and i hate to admit it Brandano (black keys i guess). They are routinely ignored because Howard is not interested.

    Gary does nothing. It's why all the guests are long time friends of the show or people whom Howard hobnobs with.

    Frankly Howard has booked more guests by hobnobbing at hamptons and jimmy kimmel's parties than Gary has in the past few years.
     
  10. Gretsch Man

    Gretsch Man Well-Known Member

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    Remember when he booked Brooke Hogan over George Carlin.
     
  11. Halloween

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    Why put forth any effort and book new/interesting guests when we can have tan mom on? Twice.
     
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  13. NotMyBro

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    They should fire him and just buy a drinking bird.

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    pro·duce (pr[​IMG]-d[​IMG]s[​IMG], -dy[​IMG]s[​IMG], pr[​IMG]-)v. pro·duced, pro·duc·ing, pro·duc·es
    v.tr.1. To bring forth; yield: a plant that produces pink flowers.
    2. a. To create by physical or mental effort: produce a tapestry; produce a poem.
    b. To manufacture: factories that produce cars and trucks.

    3. To cause to occur or exist; give rise to: chemicals that produce a noxious vapor when mixed.
    4. To bring forth; exhibit: reached into a pocket and produced a packet of matches; failed to produce an eyewitness to the crime.
    5. To supervise and finance the making and public presentation of: produce a stage play; produce a videotape.
    6. Mathematics To extend (an area or volume) or lengthen (a line).

    v.intr.1. To make or yield products or a product: an apple tree that produces well.
    2. To manufacture or create economic goods and services.

    n. (pr[​IMG]d[​IMG][​IMG]s, pr[​IMG][​IMG]d[​IMG]s)1. Something produced; a product.

    Change your job title, Gary.



    [HR][/HR]
     
  15. David999

    David999 Well-Known Member

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    I enjoyed listening to the show today with Seinfield and Larry King. I honestly was impressed that Gary booked them. He is such a tool for admitting that guests call to book themselves:facepalm:
     
  16. HowieStearn

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    guess Joan and Lisa ask- a lot
     
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    zhukov Time traveler Gold

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    edited for historical accuracy
     
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    I think Seinfeld is 56 or 57, not in his 60s yet.
     
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    Maybe Howard should just put Jonah Falcon in the Artie chair so he can be near that manhood.
     
  20. Vashier

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    Gary will be in at least his mid 50's when stern hangs it up. He won't be looking hard for a job, shit he'll be close to being able to collect unemployment until retirement. Finding radio production work in his price range is impossible.