Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by zerokarma, Aug 30, 2013.
I lost track, did they ever finish it up to the Sirius years?
Or did they just give up?
They are editing out anything offensive as we wait
There are so few new episodes, they were lapped.
...they eventually figured out nobody was listening.
Yes. The Re-Written History of the Howard Stern Show should be coming out soon.
Ugh. The first round was pretty good, but it degraded quickly after that. The retrospective on the Private Parts movie was particularly nauseating. Good Lord, the narrative and interview subjects acted as if the movie was Casablanca, Citizen Kane and Blazing Saddles all rolled into one. It was a fairly funny movie that was profitable, yet also underperformed expectations. It was mildly successful, despite the fact that Howard and Robin can't act.
They ended, I think, in 2002, which included Artie interviews from before he was fired.
But you can't really go past 2002 and not have Artie interviews.
Yet you can't interview Artie because, well, Howard doesn't want to go there.
So until the Artie situation is resolved, there will be no more History of Howard Stern.
Which is too bad because 2003 and especially 2004 were the greatest years.
Just like Holocaust deniers. I doubt it even happened.
Right, so in other words.. It's over Johnny
Why don't they do Stern Spotlights anymore? The ones of Jackie, Billy, and Stuttering John were pretty good, IMO.
AGT happened. AGT this AGT that. Ugh..
The downward spiral swallowed all the good shit. We are left with the shit streak on the side of the bowl!
No Artie, no Alison. Not much to work with.
No fag, no Reggie, no fun.
Doesn't he look overjoyed?
The largest marble heist in the history of histories started percolating mid 2004.
Lots of lies and hypocrisy followed.
It was doodling.
Anything funny or controversial was edited out, all they had was a couple hours of "Rebel, Rebel" and Robins cackle after Howard announced he is engaged.