Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Fillmore Fingers, May 24, 2016.
Donny Most on the Gilbert podcast!!!
His greatest role
You mean DON.
was a good one as usual.
Are they talking about his album?
Immortalized by Dice on track 15:
Loved his singing lol
Wasn't his father Mickey Malf an optometrist?
He seemed like a nice fella but not one of the better guests IMO.
One small continuity error remains with the character of Ralph's father. Originally, his father owned a woman's dress store in town and his name was Harry Malph (played by Mike Monahan in the first season episode "Because She's There"), but when the show shifted to a studio audience format in the third season, Ralph's father was shown to be an optometrist, Mickey Malph, played first by Alan Oppenheimer and then subsequently and more famously by Jack Dodson. Additionally, in the same first season episode, Ralph's mother was named Hazel and was played by Gracia Lee; from the third season onward, however, she was referred to as Minnie Malph, and her character was never shown on camera again.
He makes Anson Williams seem charismatic.
His episode was a bit shorter than, pun intended,....most.
Shit! You just sent me through a time warp! Nice find.
Donny did the voice of Eric the Cavalier in the old "Dungeons and Dragons" cartoon back in the 80's
This. He didn't have a ton of interesting things to say. I didn't realize he was a singer and was bummed about Potsy getting to sing. That's about the only tidbit I got from this one.
Just listened to the newest one with Tony Orlando and it's freakin GREAT. I wasn't really that enthused about it when I started but Tony is a lot of fun and he tells a great story about Jackie Gleason that made me smile (at the end anyway).