Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by IHateHoward2, Jun 26, 2014.
"If I could only figure out a way to make money off that guy." ~ Howard A. Stern
Sour Shoes - providing free entertainment for well paid radio hosts across the nation. Who needs to hire a Billy West when Sour Shoes will work for free. Fucking Howard should have had him sit in on the show at least once. Might have been funny.
He sat in a couple days a couple years back. I don't know if he has as of late as don't listen any longer. I thought it was hilarious.
If Howie wasn't such a fucking curmudgeon he would take the dick out of his mouth and recognize when something is entertaining.
He doesn't care. Howard is all about himself these days and doesn't want to share the stage with anyone else (other than Blobin)
Isn't Sour Shoes the last great find for the show?
Really liked his appearances.
Just checked MarksFriggin' to see when it was that he 1st appeared & when he last appeared.
Mark's killed his "who's who" section.
God I love sour. It's nice dan just let him go on and on unlike howard who would end it in about 3 minutes.
It really blows my mind how little howard uses him
Why have entertaining guests like Sour Shoes sit in when you can have Adam Lavine on for the 3rd time in a year?
Sour sat in as the house band when Shuli was in the Artie/Jackie chair
Again he nails Dog to a "T". I don't know how he does it. Why isn't Sour on America's Got Talent.
He is so damn funny. His Gary impression is spot on.
Also, just noticed how separated Dan is from the rest of his crew. He's like Robin in her glass cave.
I don't know about you guys but I would much rather hear Howard go on for 45 minutes about how unfair it is that he had to pay for the Smallville DVD box set even though he plugged it for years. Riveting radio.
McLovin' wants you to go to jail for this, Sour.....
I almost canceled my sub that week. I thought that was the show style going forward. Shuli should have been fired at the end last year based on that shitty fill in. It's nice we never hear from him much.