Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Dlist, Nov 4, 2012.
am thinking trouble in paradise till 2013..divorce announced via radaronline Jan 2014.
hmm ya you might be right. How much longer can it last?
It all depends on when he retires. Whenever that is, is when "she" divorces him.
Not much..NSAL doesn't want her calendar..all her shows have failed..she doesn't need Howard anymore..only his money after the divorce.
I'm amazed it has lasted this long....Howard will never initiate the divorce. It will have to be Beth and unless she falls in love with someone else, she's quite happy stringing Howard along. Alot also depends on the terms in the pre-nup.
5 years and 1 day after their REAL marriage anniversary.
I'm confused..was that the August or October wedding??
Howard wants to renew their vows and Horsey says they will do it for their 5th wedding anniversary in 2013. So there won't be a divorce before then - those two can't pass up an opportunity to be as annoying as possible.
Unfortunately it will never happen. Beth is slowly poisoning Howard and he will die before a divorce can happen.
That is if they are even married 'legally'.
They seem genuinely happy together. I think Howard retiring will make their marriage even stronger because he can spend more time helping Beth with her philanthropy.
Back to the bar Blarig...
6 Months after Stern leaves the radio . . .
where is he gonna leave it?
In the tub where Beth is taking a bath?
Right after the pump and dump of his movie "Beth,My Lovely Lover And Why I Love To Love Her".
To be a gold-digger, one has to learn to endure being with repulsive people. At this point, Beth is probably jaded enough to not care either way -- as long as Wiggy doesn't start demanding more coitus, as long as she can have her own "night life", and as long as the prenup money keeps rolling in
She's really nothing short of a karmic punishment for our control-freak Wiglet.
What will the doorman say about the divorce?
He will say...I bet a $100 bucks, pay up you fucks..
This would make the most sense.