Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Ruffypup, Feb 6, 2015.
such fake hairpieces facepalm
did you ever see the one about Yankee Candle? Gosh.
So much pain, so many tears.
Horrible makeup on that insipid show.
I've seen it once or twice; this seems to be the general order of things:
* I'm the CEO and I know everything
* Oh, wait, here's a guy that works for me and his job seems to be hard
* Now guy that works for me has some major personal struggle that leads to crying
* Now that I know how hard this guy that works for me has it, I'm going to help him out and be a better CEO, after we cry some more
* Roll credits
No thanks, I'll pass.
I think some of it must be fake for sure.
There was one about a very rude girl working at the front desk of a gym and she was fired on the spot.
I watched one, noticed this stupid pattern, and don't forget the many different camera angles and good sound recording, but no one notices any of it and just keeps plugging along. The one I saw was for the local store Foreman Mills, the guy rewards the 4 that he interacted with but what about the rest of the company? Those 4 doubled their salary everyone else got a little profit sharing, no bad feelings there. The stores are a dump, lower than white trash Walmart types shop there.
You mean you don't buy the premise that 2-3 years into the show's run, employees don't catch on when a "new guy" shows up to mop floors who's 56 years old, articulate, and bizarrely bearded, with cameras documenting his every move?
Caught a few minutes of the Armando Montelango episode. CEO is a pudgy Hispanic dude with a distinctive voice...and all they really did was give him longer hair. 0.0 odds the employees failed to recognize who he was immediately.
I liked the one for The Tilted Kilt