Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Sal Goobernale, Feb 19, 2014.
...to Seth Meyers.
She's wearing her smart glasses though?
Is she an earner too?
Your friends don't want to cockold you if your wife is brainy. If Howard was about brains or self respect he would still be married to his "college sweetheart"
And how. Alison went to Columbia - which he MADE FUN OF. She did the social work program, which is not as intellectually taxing as say, engineering, but I know that program very well. It's still Columbia and your grades, test scores and everything about you need to be top tier to gain acceptance. Wiggy is NOT "all about" brainy women.
^this is the reason why she will never be a host of her own show. those fucking hands need to be cut off
She co-wrote a book about picking up poop for your expensive, unhealthy purebred dog. Seth only married a stupid human rights lawyer.
That's basically Howard admitting he married a mental retard.
Howig wanted a dumbass he could control. But people have to think she is smart, hence all the lies about her speaking 3 languages, English major, etc. Beth was that controllable dumbass right up to the marriage. Now she controls howard.
When Sal asked Beth on Win John's Job, do you find an Ostrich in a wig attractive? She said No. When the crew told her Sal was making a joke about Howard, she got red and said, "Oh yeah I knew that." No you didn't because you said no and then were moving on. She's dumb.
I must admit, that is one of the best pictures of Beth.
That being said, she is cleraly stupid. Poor Howard did have a smart woman once but he his in the basement and than divorced her so he could chase bimbos
please tell me that Wiggy didn't make that comment to the guest meaning "hey you and me we both know how sexy a smart woman is" like they have that in common..
yes, she is cleraly stupid.
This can't be true?? If he said that about that short-bus riding semi-retarded glass licking wife of his, he has truly lost it!
I'm smaht! And I want respect!
Exactly. It's Columbia dude, Columbia! Nothing shabby about working your way through that program, no matter what it is.