Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Limo Wreck, Nov 12, 2015.
One of the most annoying comedians I've ever seen.
sure, why not
Of course. But the pics just kept getting worse as I scrolled down.
Looks like the wall already hit her.
Ive never heard of her until todays replay, she wasnt very funny in the phone call. Get what you pay for I reckon.
I hit "post reply" and then scrolled down. might need to reconsider
Is she worse than that disgusting pig Rachel Butera?
The other "chick" he had doing a phone call today is...
I hate broads that think they're funny. They never are. Period.
Nice big MILF tits, but that face...
They were both on Last Comic Standing years ago. Pescatelli was playing the annoying guidette roll in wake of The Sopranos success. Kirson was playing the fat, wild, slob chick.
Anyway, that show was notorious for its fixed audition process at the time. The vast majority of comics on the show were all represented by the same agency and those agents were all heavily tied into NBC.
I'm very curious to see who their current representation is...
She even looks like a 'Stern'.
Seeing how as I am not fru fru, yes
I would love to see what some of these guys are getting to be putting all these broads down
From the Last Comic Standing wiki page. This happened in Season 2, the same season Pescatelli and Kirson were both involved with...
During season two, a panel of four celebrity judges was used to shrink the field of 40 semifinalists to ten finalists. The celebrity judges rated each of the semifinalists as they performed, and cast votes for the 10 top comedians. When the ten finalists were announced they did not seem to correspond with the judges' votes, which the judges noticed. Two celebrity judges, comedians Drew Carey and Brett Butler, left the judges' table visibly angry after the finalists were announced. The two were shown backstage arguing with producers. Carey and Butler did not understand how the finalists who were announced could have advanced, given the way the judges had voted. It was revealed that a panel of four producers were also casting votes in the process, assuring that unless all four celebrity judges cast exactly the same ten votes, their voting power could be usurped by the four unanimously agreeing producers. If for some reason all four celebrity judges did cast exactly the same votes, the worst the producers would be faced with was a tie.
Upon learning of this, Carey became angry that the producers made it seem he had a deciding vote in the outcome of the show, calling the situation "crooked and dishonest."It was also revealed that some of the finalists who advanced were clients or employees of the producers or directors of the show.
According to a March 2004 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article by Gene Collier, some of the competitors in opening rounds were plants hired by the producers to give bad performances on purpose, in order to liven up the auditions on television.
Top local agents are usually given a number of specific call times for their clients. The first round of auditions were for a producer early in the morning, and those that were chosen came back for the celebrity judges in the afternoon. Breslin[who?] also confirmed that, while only two were shown advancing in the final broadcast, four comics had been initially chosen to advance to the finals. Brian Lazanik, one of the two finalists who did not end up at the Vegas finals, has said that he was also chosen as a finalist in season 5's Toronto auditions, but was similarly cut. Producers for the show called his agent, urging him to try out again for season 6.
Phony Phone Calls? In 2015? The '80s called, Howard. They want their Zoo bits back.
She looks a bit like Dee Snider from Twisted Sister with dark hair, but what the hell? I'd bang the cellulite out of her.