Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by MrWarmth, Mar 10, 2015.
Starting now, my friends
She brought up several good suggestions today...Howard shot her down. He doesn't understand the value of anything that doesn't have babysitter porn involved or Fartman.
Lucky them to get a woman who was around for the premier of "The Birth of a Nation".
Is Private Parts on the bill tonite, Robin?
She said no
Surprise, surprise. A Raisin In The Sun is her second pick
What is TCM?
OK to merge threads
GUEST PROGRAMMER: ROBIN QUIVERS
Robin Quivers, TCM Guest Programmer for March, has distinguished herself on radio for more than 30 years as the quick-witted co-host and news anchor of The Howard Stern Show. Maryland native Quivers, who also has published books on her life experiences and dietary habits, tells TCM host Robert Osborne she has been "hooked on movies" since childhood. As her programming picks, Quivers chooses four movies with a common theme: the pursuit of the American Dream. She admires the splendid dramatic performances of Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor and Shelley Winters in A Place in the Sun (1951) and those of Sidney Poitier, Ruby Dee and Claudia McNeil in A Raisin in the Sun (1961). When it comes to comedies, Quivers says she was "mesmerized" by Judy Holliday's turn in Born Yesterday (1950) and the teaming of three of her favorite actors--Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant and James Stewart-- in The Philadelphia Story (1940).
Yab ba dab a do. If ya light any of that up make sure to blow the smoke towards Jersey.
Lol next stop the pancake box.
Looking the way she does, like a beached whale, she really should really remove any references to her diet book from her biography.
more like dim-witted
And "Private Parts".
No Richard Pryor flicks?
Who asked ya?
Her orange moo moo matched her ringly curled wig. That is all I can say about Robin's picture without being cruel.
She looks like one of them stuffed dummies you put in a lawn chair on your front porch on Halloween as a decoration