Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jon Hein is God, Apr 16, 2013.
hilarious...how does he think of these witty comments?
Oh, and for those who think that's fake, it's real.
Ok, April 17th...The last tiny shred of Howard's dignity is officially gone.
I was just going to say that.
He has a team of writers. This is the result of weeks of meetings.
Correct, but the year was 2007.
I wish you had included the "floss"
Looks like Howard's hilarious head writer took over his Twitter
10 whole retweets? Amazing!
Howard will believe in something that he'll never see in his studio: god and an a-lister. (it pains me to call bieber an a-lister, but he's far more popular than howie.
He is so cutting edge.
Whose Jusin Bieber??
This is the level of Howard's humor without Jokeman. That's why he sucks on AGT. He's an incredible ringmaster. Unfortunately no one goes to the circus to watch the ringmaster for two hours.
Definately. That line has all the markings of a Benjy joke.
I'm actually a fan of Benjy. I love his antics at press conferences and other public events. I like how he subliminally mocks Beth and Howard with his girlfriend. I like when he gets on Howard's nerves and argues back, where he often gets the best of a flustered Stern or Quivers.
I also think he's funny but his jokes which sound amusing when delivered from him do not when Howard does. That's why it's so hard to spot Benjy jokes when compared to Jackie's jokes bercause when Howard reads Benjy's jokes nobody laughs.
Not that I care but if they should let Benjy become more of an on-air personality rather than a writer like Artie was. There needs to be another voice in there and Howard is too much of a a schmuck to hire back JAckie or put Sal in the comedy chair.
Oh and the Belieber joke was douche chillingly not funny. Though at this point Howard may have been actually showing support for that little shit, nothing surprising at this point with him. It's cringe worthy when a guy whose humor came in the form of non-pc, contrian, original, ballbusting, ruthlessly mocking rants against of usually "untouchable" sugjects all of a sudden tries to switch gears and become a Jerry Seinfeld
Keep this quote in mind next time Howard rants about Jay Leno and Eddie Murphy selling out to do safe vanilla comedy.