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Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Sharrack, Dec 6, 2012.
Are they off till Jan 2nd or are they off after next week?
They work next week (three days) then on a 2 week vacation. At least I think it's 2 weeks.
!2/19 should be the last live show for 2012.
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Count down the best segments from The Howard Stern Show in 2012. Relive the celebrity interviews, crazy contests and hilarious show moments that made 2012 so memorable. The Best of 2012 begins on Monday, December 24 on Howard 100 and Howard 101.
I hope Boy Gary planned the calendar right this time.
Howard is going to do a special Christmas Eve Show live from Wig Manor. All the employees are required to be there. They will be allowed to return to their families at noon on Xmas day.
Howard will do 5 live shows in 2013.
He will also file suit if Sirius makes him do a 6th show...contract be damned
so did they totally abandon HOHS? or was it complete? i honestly cant remember
What will Wiggo give the staff this year?
left over copys of beths book and 2012 nsal calanders
The 6 person tapes team is busy censoring old shows for Shuffle/This day in Howard Stern/Master crap theatre.
I am amazed how duped Sirius are. They pay NBC for Howard's tapes and GIVES Howard the tapes. They hire 6 full time employes to digitise and censor the show. Sirius hires a News team that do specials like "embedded with Medicated Pete" that Howard can sell to Ondemand/HowardTV. BTW: The same HowardTV that don't pay anyone to use their likenesses exempt Howard. Only master Scrooge gets the shekels.
Nothing. That is why he has the party for them - then he doesn't need to give gifts.
And he already gave Robin a TV, so she's covered.
The show has been on vacation since 2008.
Isn't Howard going to Mexico for Christmas? Will probably arrive there on the 15th and leave by the 17th.
Since Jackie and Alison left you mean . . .
6 more live shows this year.
MMm. Maybe 2 weeks?
That should be a 30 minute special
25 minutes worth of paid advertisements . . .