Stern Show Who replaces Howard if its decided to keep the show staff together after he retires?

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  1. fan22

    fan22 Well-Known Member

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    Howard retires after this contract and its decided to keep the current staff together with a new replacement for Howard. Who slides into that spot? Who can fill those clown shoes? Who can keep expanding upon what Howard has created? Who is this person??
     
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    tv910 Well-Known Member

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    Simon Cowell if they want a bigger audience.
     
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    Jake Dog Well-Known Member VIP

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    Howard retired years ago. Sirius will just keep playing the same old tapes as long as some people keep paying for it.
     
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    JonnySoul Well-Known Member

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    Nobody can replace Howard

    Once he goes, he goes
     
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    He's not leaving
     
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    DinnerSocks Well-Known Member

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    Five words...Hit'em with the Hein!!!
     
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    BrerJimmy Well-Known Member

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    Mancow. David Lee Roth. Sammy Hagar. Regis's Ghost. Michael Strahan. Jason Pierre Paul's mangled hand. A sexually liberated Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Matt Hasselbeck. Tim Tebow. Michael Jordan on a bet. Shaquille O'Neal by accident. A couple of those guys in velociraptor suits from the Walking with Dinosaurs stage show. The Blue Man Group. Fred Armisen. Weird Al Yankovic. Huey Lewis (with or without The News). Bono. A Martin Luther King impressionist. A resurrected Malcom X. Flavor Flav. That Teen Mom that does anal.

    The possibilities are endless...
     
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    Shuli, god forbid!
     
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    Here's the deal.
     
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    Tipsey Russell VIP Extreme Gold

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    you can't replace him
    and I for one will miss him
    he's entertaining still
     
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    I haven't listened to the show in almost a year, but I doubt he's changed that much. He'll never ever pick a replacement. He's too narcissistic to do that.
     
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    Tipsey Russell VIP Extreme Gold

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    I really like him
     
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    "Welllcommmme to the Jon Hein Show.....I am your host Jon Hein, and at my left, my friend and co-host JD Harmeyer!"
     
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    just saw a pic of Joey Boots.
    he is in San Francisco on vacation.
    he posted a pic on FB.
     
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    Arthur Lange
     
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    It's the Artie and Jackie SHOW!
     
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    You are one of the rare Shuli fans here.
     
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    Rupert Pupkin That Ass is Attached to Daniela Lopez

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    Nobody. It will be the same thing that happened when John McLaughlin croaked....It's over Johnny. (Literally)

    http://variety.com/2016/tv/news/mclaughlin-group-ending-john-mclaughlin-dead-1201840146/

    ‘McLaughlin Group’ to End After This Week’s Episode

    After 34 years, the curtain will fall on “The McLaughlin Group” after this week’s installment.

    John McLaughlin, creator and host of the public affairs TV staple, died at age 89 on Wednesday. The show is so well-established that it likely could have transitioned with a new moderator at the helm. (Really? The Sinatra Group??)


    But McLaughlin made his wishes known about the show’s future five years ago when he received an offer from Anschutz Media Group to buy the franchise, according to John Roberts, a senior producer for “McLaughlin Group.”

    Anschutz’s lucrative offer called for McLaughlin retire within two years after grooming a successor as moderator of the four-person panel debating political headlines and issues of the day.

    “We talked about it at some length,” Roberts told Variety, noting McLaughlin ultimately passed on the deal. “John finally said ‘What would be so wrong if when I finish up I just turn the lights out?’”

    Roberts said McLaughlin noted at the time that fellow conservative TV commentator William F. Buckley decided to bring “Firing Line” to a close after his retirement as host in 1999. McLaughlin missed his first episode of his show only last week as his health failed.
     
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