Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by BatmiteReturns, Feb 22, 2015.
they're all pretty great. i'd go bob saget.
Depends on what you're interested in. Classic Gilbert it isn't. I can't really pick out one episode. Some of the episodes with people you've never heard of turn out to be really good. Even Gary Busey was good in an unexpected way.
If you're old enough to remember them I highly recommend the Barbara Feldon and Adam West episodes. I've only heard about half of them.
I just started listening too. Downloading the Jay Thomas ep.
The thing to remember is you're not getting much of filthy racist asshole Gilbert in these. This is much more old Groucho impression Joe Franklin nostalgia Gilbert.
These aren't wacky comedy. They're interviews.
The Weird Al one was hilarious
You can't go wrong with Billy West.
Danny Bonaduce wasn't a bad one.
I started listening to these a while back on your recommendation. Thanks! I've listened to the first nine and have enjoyed them all. He does a great podcast. I love the old Hollywood stories. And it's interesting to hear Gilbert more as the real Gilbert and less as the character he portrays onstage.
Loved him with Billy West.
It was a shame he was on the telephone and not crystal clear in a studio enviroment
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It"s Billy West - the static was a voice effect.
Penn Gillette was the funniest in my opinion.
Barbara Feldon, should be a great introduction to what you are in for .
I hate all things Danny, but that was a good podcast.
Robert Osborne's is pretty interesting.
So many great ones to choose from. Weird Al might be a fun way to kick it off. If you really love old Hollywood stories then maybe the Dick Cavett or Robert Osbourne might be a good introduction for you.
Does Gilbert get filthy with the people he is interviewing? Adam West was my childhood hero. I can't imagine anyone talking to the caped crusader that way.... old chum.