Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jimsta, Oct 29, 2015.
I didn't hear his name once this week
Did I miss it?
Benjy is no longer PC enough. His jokes don't pass the Marci Turk filter.
Please remember that the new improved Howard Stern Show® is geared toward enlightened soccer moms and Ellen DeGeneres fans.
Hopefully gone for good
He's lost in Shtickoma-land
The herpes finally took its toll.
FWIW, The word is Benjy is all done.
It's like he vanished into fat air
I'm pretty sure I heard him laughing in the background a couple times this week, so he's around.
Did anybody say "He's around" yet? Thats killer stuff!
I'm sure he's "around"
like marvin and Mehmet
Also every time there's an incomprehensible "joke" that Howard has a hard time reading.
The new Stern show doesn't include outside players anymore -- unless it's a non-Sal and Richard phone call, celebrity impersonator, lump or toupee, (I was going to continue the list but this is about where it ends).
That's the MAIN problem with the show: Howard thinks he can do it all on his own (he said so when Artie left). Problem is, he can't and it shows when we get the same old crap that used to be funny if metered out a little at a time, but now is a desperate attempt to fill show space (like parent impersonations, rants about radio and his history in it, rants about late night TV, pontificating about music (which he knows little about and which Meg Griffin called him out on and he admitted she was right)).
It was guest week at the Stern Show. It was a revolving door of "celebrity" guests. When guests come in, they lock the Gimp in the box.
The lump and toupee shit is particularly heinous and unfunny.
Seems like Jeff and Bobo are the only callers left. Pretty sure Hanzi is permanently banned after mentioning Marci Turk.
That's every show now. Two 'guests' per day, mandatory. No one wants to hear it, Howard sold out.
Actually it was pretty funny the first time it was on, but since he needs so much filler, we get lump and toupee every fucking day. Burned it out like every other thing which used to be funny.