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Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Beer Chugger, Nov 6, 2012.
What a load of steaming, festering dogshit.
At this point, Howard claiming to be straight is just fucking silly.
When they got to the part when Scott Depace started singing is when I bailed.
is he that deluded? so it's a musical about the howard stern show, and all the acts are just references to their own inside jokes and bits? who is looking for this? i really do hope he has sunk his own money into this - although i highly doubt this thing ever sees the light of day.
It sounds like its gonna be the biggest piece of shit known to man and for that, it will be historic.
I'm pretty sure this is just a horribly lame bit. It won't go any further than that.
Will Emily be performing in his musical?
This will be just another in the long list of failed projects in the career of America's Huckster.
Zoo Za Zoo, Joo Ja Jew
If it hits the stage, there will be no free VIP section. ALL people must pay! Kimmel, Joan Rovers, Stamos, etc.
All of the people in his "creative meetings" are secretly laughing at Howard.
Jane (unproduced, in development 1997)
Stern signed on to star opposite Melanie Griffith in this independent film that would have been his follow-up to Private Parts. The movie ran into financing difficulties and Stern sued the production company for the $1.5 million he was promised to make the film, but he ended up settling for a $50,000 settlement.
This musical thing is a bit, right? I mean that's how I took it, and an unfunny one at that. I don't think Howard has the time and energy for it, the last time he did something similar was in 2006 with the Howard Stern Film Festival.
I will, it's a fucking bit you morons!
Woah, EEEEASY, big fellah!
Stern has an all star team of no talent writers.
Head-Fred is the polar opposite of funny.
The legend of John Coger "Jackie" Martling, Jr. continues to grow!
Sorry, every 4 years I get a little emotional. It's whole thing, don't ask.
The circle of homosexuality is complete . . .
Of coarse he sued.