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Does the King Of All Media Have A New Film Project In The Works'

Hey folks, Harry here... this is a secret... Pssst... don't tell anybody. Right now it seems that Howard Stern and his Production Company are putting together his next film project for possible release around the middle of 2002 or possibly early in the year 2003. Right now it is being considered to be an Action/Comedy sort of thing that is being co-produced between Paramount Pictures and Miramax. The title is, as of now, A GIRL IN TROUBLE, but since there is also another project in the works with the same title... that may change, but as of now the film will feature Howard Stern, Em Stern and Shirley Manson (presumably as 'the girl in trouble') Stern may actually decide to wear a quadruple crown on this baby, writing, directing, producing and starring... but I have also heard the rumor that a certain ADAPTATION fella has been being whispered to. As for what kind of trouble this girl is in? Well, is she knocked up? Did she break a nail? Did she play with a cigar somewhere once? I don't know, but we're on the case now.

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  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9:17 a.m. CST

    Garbage? Shirley not!

    by Zonkk

    S it the same Shirley Manson from Garbage? Hell, I'd pay good money to see that! Her in a Stern film - alright :-)

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9:18 a.m. CST

    He's not king of the internet, not yet!

    by Regis Travolta

    Howard just give us what we really want: The world's greatest lesbian sorority movie! Then you can write, produce, direct, host, narrate, everything. Thanks man.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9:19 a.m. CST

    first

    by exador

    ok ok ok...i finally made it to the numbah one spot...but i'm not the type to goat.... ok..maybe i am....WOOHOOO first!!! as for the howard project...while I'm not that big of a fan of his radio or t.v. shows..(seems to me too much of th humour is based on the worst kinds of cruelty and nastiness) I did enjoy his 1st movie....I found that it was interesting and also well acted...funnier than hell at times too...but it was the humble side of his character, and the enormous changes and hardships he endured in order to become what he is today...

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9:24 a.m. CST

    Baba-Bouey

    by Kentucky Colonel

    I hope this sucker stays afloat! Who is starring as Gary's teeth, or will the role of his teeth be played by an ensemble? F Jackie a dozen times or more. Stern rules!

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9:24 a.m. CST

    pfft

    by BEARison Ford

    howard stern is played out. <snore>

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9:43 a.m. CST

    Uh, does Howard realize his 15 minutes are up?

    by monkeylucifer

    Somebody should really tell him...

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9:45 a.m. CST

    Sounds like it could be cool, but what about "Miss America"?

    by Uncle Jay

    Howard Stern's "Private Parts", was a very good film of its caliber, in fact I think Paul Giamatti was robbed of a supporting actor nomination! Now, I am a bit scared to see Howard put on the directors cap, for he's a radio personality, not a film-maker. And, can he handle a role that isn't himself? Maybe. As for Shirley Manson, GOD SHE'S HOT, definate crank material!! Howard should do the follow-up to "Private Parts", "Miss America"!!

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9:51 a.m. CST

    Shirley Manson and Howard Stern= Movie Magic

    by SilentBob X

    I listen to Stern and I've always felt he kinda threw away his big opportunity to be a huge Hollywood star, especially after he just signed his $100 million dollar radio contract. But I think if you put him behind the camera and Shirley Manson in front, then you've got something special. And make no mistake, Howard is alot more than sex and shit humor. Anyone that saw his movie knows that. And why not let him take the reigns as director? If some music video director can direct Charlie's Angels then certainly the King of All Media should be allowed a shot. And I want to see Shirley Manson on the big screen in the worst way. And I'll say it first: If Howard and Shirley do team up on a film, it'll make a ton of cash. Howard knows what the public wants and can deliver it, unlike the vast majority of Spielberg wannabes who've shoved nothing but shit down our collective throats the past few years. Howard can write, produce, direct, and act alot better than most of Hollywood's elite. He's a ball buster and he can get things done. I'm just surprised he hasn't directed a movie before now. Hollywood needs Howard Stern. It needs somebody to give it a kick in the balls so we can recover from all of the politically correct shit that the movie industry has shilled since it caved in to the religious fucktards/censors who whine about too much sex and violence in the media and its influence on our children. Such hypocrisy makes me want to fucking puke. So, in closing, get ready for Howiewood, baby, and wear a cup. Snoogans.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 10:12 a.m. CST

    private parts

    by BEARison Ford

    private parts was an enjoyable movie, but i couldnt help but get the feeling it's sole purpose to warp the peoples view of Stern's image... it seemed very self serving and "fluff", also, isnt the main theme of the movie invalidated by Stern's divorce from his wife?

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 10:13 a.m. CST

    Shirley and Stern!! WOOO-hooooo!!!

    by RenoNevada2000

    (Trying not ot jump up and down screaming and laughing manically. That sort of behavior gets one fired you know. . .) Any way. I got to meet Shirly when she was touring with her old band Angelfish opening for some unknown band called -Live. She's one of the nicest, sweetest people I've met in the music industry. Not mention having eyes I'd swim in for a month. (Much to my than-girlfriends annoyance.) I've been waiting for a film from Stern's production company ever since it appeared that his plans for a Kinison bio pic are as dead as Sam himself.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 10:14 a.m. CST

    Psst...

    by B A Fett

    it's not a secret anymore if you post it on the Internet.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 10:22 a.m. CST

    And another thing. . .

    by RenoNevada2000

    Didn't Stern throw away a mention this morning about having met with a production company yesterday and turned down project because he thought it wasn't ready enough. It was really quick and almost no details. Think they're connected. You got to hnd it to Stern, he doesn't just crank out product, he tries to insure tht it's the best he can give his fans. (The old "50 ways to rank your mother" album not withstanding.)

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 10:34 a.m. CST

    Emily Stern?

    by Psyclops

    Could be.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 10:38 a.m. CST

    Stern + Angela Lansbury = box office $$$

    by mooncake

    with the success of CTHD was because it attracted many types of movie viewers. like combining the snotty art house crowd & the testasterone action crowd.so stern should co star with angela lansbury in his new film. who could resist angela telling jokes about bowel movements??? this will be the 2nd biggest box office hit after pearl harbour!

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 10:51 a.m. CST

    Stern + Yo Mamma = You

    by The_Lion

    Stern Rules

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 11:22 a.m. CST

    ugh... O&A kill Stern

    by Lemmyk27

    Ok, first, being from the NY/NJ area, Howard was great. He had it all until the divorce. Opie & Anthony are the news kings of Radio. Anyway, Hopefully Howard can make another quality movie but please, PLEASE don't put Shirly Manson in the film. She is so butt ugly and those eyes.... She looks more like a Down Syndrome case than Chris Burke. My lord, how can anyone look at her and see sex? No wonder they say taste in America has gone to the toilet. She looks like shit!

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 11:38 a.m. CST

    stern + 7 angry, katana flailing ninjas = good short

    by OOBE

    ...could kinda be like the cow scene in the 'NOW'...

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 11:39 a.m. CST

    Lemmyk27

    by RenoNevada2000

    Don't understand how you can say that Stern has lost it since his divorce. The primary appeal of his show, beyond the outrageousness and goofiness, has been his ability to be open about his life. (That was also part of the point about the movie, too.) The first show after his seperation was announced was one of the most engrossing, touching, funny and great four hours of radio I have ever heard. I have been a Stern fan for 13 years and have heard the show change and evolve over time. Sure they don't do as many prepared bits as before (Anyone remember "Lost in Space-1990"?) and the celebrity interviews seem a bit shorter now, but the show has always remainded fascinating and funny. And Shirley is a goddess. She's attractive and when I met her she gracious, articulate and engaging. (We talked about the band Talking Heads as two members of thegroup had produced Angelfish's album.) Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but its also in the soul of the beholdee and Shirley's go it my friend.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 11:54 a.m. CST

    STICK A FORK IN HOWARD

    by DEFTONE530

    HOWARD STERN IS DONE! The man hasn't done ANYTHING remotely funny since the mid-nineties. Its the same shtick over and over again. It's pretty sad. If he had any dignity, he would have not renewed his contract with Infinity. There's some new kings of radio here in NYC named OPIE AND ANTHONY. I suggest you guys check them out. You'll be hearing about them real soon.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 1:20 p.m. CST

    I love Howard,

    by Ghibli-San

    but I'll tell you this. I can tell you with 99% assurance that he will indeed NOT be directing. Howard I don't think will ever direct a film, and odds are that he won't write it w/o some help. Anyways, anyone know where I can download any Stern shows? ever since he went off the air here in Minneapolis like 2 yrs ago I've been going through SERIOUS Stern withdrawl......the damn E! show and the CBS show just don't cut it....and the daily text summaries just don't do it for me anymore......God bless Howard, one of the BEST entertainers around today, and the most interesting entertaining guy ever to grace the radio waves.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 1:35 p.m. CST

    Opie & Andy =STERN WANNABE'S!!

    by Ghibli-San

    DON'T YOU PEOPLE UNDERSTAND?! Opie and Andy learned everything they know FROM HOWARD STERN!! Howard is THE MAN......and for whatever insane reason you like Opie and Andy, remember this: they idolized Stern for YEARS before they started radio, and everything they do is just a re-tread of what Howard has done in the last 20 years or so, or a new take on an old idea of Howards. Howard is the MAN. You should all bow down to Howard.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 1:41 p.m. CST

    one last rant about why Howard Stern should rule the world....

    by Ghibli-San

    For all you annoying little pricks that say Howard "isn't funny anymore" or "his 15 minutes are up" or any other such nonsense should take the following into consideration: Howard Stern, for more or less every single day of the past 20 years, has produced high quality, non-scripted 5 hour radio shows. Think about that. Entertaining people for free EVERY DAY for 5(!) hours a day! The man is brilliant and deserves all the recognition in the world.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 1:46 p.m. CST

    MrEnigma, you're in denial

    by monkeylucifer

    Stern's ratings have slipped in NY for the past several years, and he's lost stations all over the nations. I don't have anything against the guy, in fact I enjoyed his show WHEN the local station covered it (they dropped it in New Orleans about a year ago), and I liked the film "Private Parts", but his time in the sun is gone, and now he's just clinging on to a show that's in a slump and his lackluster production company that puts out crap like "Son Of The Beach". Here's a quote from a story on his declining ratings in N.Y. if you don't beleive me "Meantime, wakeup-radio dominator Howard Stern (K-Rock/92.3 FM) recaptured some ground after record low spring ratings. But his 7.8 percent total-audience finish is still off from last year's 8.5 fourth-quarter average - which, in turn, was down from 9.1 in 1998". See, his popularity is falling faster than Michael Jackson's pants in a kindergarten.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 2:12 p.m. CST

    Howard cracks me up every morning...

    by Wee Willie

    ...on my way to work. God bless him.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 2:58 p.m. CST

    Opie & Anthony Are Homos

    by Easy Rider

    Amazing how Howard breaks new ground, opens the door for people, and all they do is his reheated schtick. Yet, they get praised for being hacks. Howard is a genius, pure and simple.

  • Otherwise who cares? I was pissed when his show went off the air here in Minny about a year and a half ago, but I stopped caring very quickly, and his TV shows are unwatchable now. Does his E show ever have anything other than those lame game show parodies?

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 4:20 p.m. CST

    HOWARD'S THE MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    by G-BOY

    He's simply a genius -- who else could create characters such as Hank & Beetlejuice. The first time I saw Beetlejuice I laughed so hard I thought I would have to go to the hospital. Here in Austin, TX they took him off the air about a year ago. I have NO idea why. Dudley & Bob are cool but I really miss The King of All Media.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 4:58 p.m. CST

    Stern is the King of His own self-indulgent trash heap

    by shuyun

    Stern is the most overrated, self-promoting ego freak I have ever seen. What asshole would call himself 'King Of All Media' when his only area of influence is in radio? Last I heard, the term media had a bit broader definition. And yes, I've listened to him, I'm not just spouting off from occassional impressions. I went through a period where I thought he was funny, but after a while I just couldn't listen anymore. All he does now is get random, desperate women to come in and take their shirts off. That gets old real quick, especially since it's, um... radio and Howard and his loser cronies are the only ones that get to see these chicks. Stern is a sexist loser, and I hope Shirley Manson has more sense than to get involved with a shit like him.

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 6:44 p.m. CST

    I thought Ted Turner was the king of all media...

    by Ambrose Chappell

    And wouldn't we love to see a movie directed by him! HaHaHa...HaHa...ha...ha...ahem...

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9 p.m. CST

    Stern this, O&A that

    by Sutsu

    First off, I like O&A better than stern. I think they're more interesting, they have less constantly present sidekicks, and they're doing crazier stuff than howard is nowadays. What was the last absolutely outrageous thing Howard did? O&A are getting held back by a company that's in stern's paw (the entire radio station is banned from mentioning his very name, what a crybaby!) and a station with their heads up their ass(they fired a #3 show before the books came out, only to hire them back 2 weeks later). If WNEW was handeling the Batman Beyond movie, they'd have said "It's probably too voilent, let's just forget it all together." If and when the get syndicated or get off Infinity, then we'll see about who's better. At any rate though, Private Parts was a decent enough movie. Only problem is when someone is a King of all media, that's alot to cover, and to cover it all effctively is just a bit tough. Something has to suffer. Either the radio show or Son of the Beach or whatever else will get a little less attention and fall short of expectation. Just like with rome, something's gotta go if you spread yourself too thin. And doing it all in a movie? Geez, will he be working the camera too? Too much, Howard, you're going to burn yourself out. Just my thoughts, now who's got my penny?

  • Jan. 31, 2001, 9:22 p.m. CST

    From The King's Mouth (1/31)

    by O'Brien

    On this morning's show, Howard remarked on a meeting he had just had with film executives. The verdict: the project in question (whatever it is) is "not ready", in Howard's opinion, to progress towards production. He basically echoed the sentiments of most of you - he's not going to leap into any project that he thinks will be half-assed. In fact, some reporter suggested he return to the hoary ole unproduced "Fartman" screenplay and Howard scoffed. He's come a long way, baby...

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 6:37 a.m. CST

    Ok..Terrific

    by Lemmyk27

    Although this is supposed to be a movie discussion board, there seems to be some question as to who is better O&A or Stern. It's all a matter of taste but in case you people think Stern is the great guy he portray's, he tried to get O&A fired. He constantly gets CBS execs to sabotagge O&A's show and he is scared of them. In the last year, Stern has ripped off the bits O&A have done and yes, Stern started it all but he has become stale and tired. Jackie writes all of his jokes and once Jackie leaves, we'll see how funny Stern still is. The fact of the matter is Howard has become the thing he hated the most..... Imus.

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 6:52 a.m. CST

    Howard Who?- King of What?

    by onaswallow

    Stern 's next movie should be titled I'm Dead Now, I Just don't know it. Opie and Anthony have helped all of us former Stern listeners learn that he just isn't funny anymore.

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 6:56 a.m. CST

    stern

    by jayjay

    ok. here is kind of the deal.. em stern could be his daughter, Emily. But he has always said he does not want to put his kids in the spotlight so who the hell knows. I am a Stern fan and supporter and have been for about 10 years.. I am also an avid O and A listener. they are on 2 different radio stations and they have totally different time slots. and if you people out there that call o and a rip offs, you should actually listen to the show. they do not rip off stern one bit... they have their own type of show and their own material. and they are getting a lot more popular. they are now hosting the saturday pre game show every saturday for the next ten weeks on NBC for the new XFL league. As far as Stern goes, I think he is still pretty funny, but he has gone a bit dry since the divorce. I still listen to him every day and no one interviews guests like he does.

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 7:05 a.m. CST

    King Of Lame Boring Radio

    by OrsonWelles

    I was an avid Stern listener for years and years but the guy is old and boring now. He has now become the paranoid, unfunny old man he despised in the form of Don Imus. Opie and Anthony are the new kings of radio and surely have a bigger presence on the net than Stern, so there 2 media's down. With the XFL national pregame, O&A are now infiltrating TV. When you announce O&A doing a movie, then maybe someone will care. Stern is old news. Bring on the new blood.

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 8:14 a.m. CST

    Just one mans opinion

    by OrsonWelles

    Hey, you can say Stern is still funny. Its just one mans opinion, which is that I think the only reason he gets a new contract is cause its better to have 2 profitable radio shows than 1. People still listen to Stern in the morning, what else is on? Nothing. But its the same lame schtick, same old jokes. How many times can you listen to Radio Edit yell at Stuttering John before it gets stale?

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 10:19 a.m. CST

    Bottom Line

    by OrsonWelles

    If I had to choose between Stern and O&A, i'd listen to O&A. I still listen to Stern in the morning, but if O&A moved to that spot I would go with O&A. They just have a better, funnier show these days. Stern whines way too much, its really annoying to listen to how bitter and bitchy he is sometimes. Its not funny, its just boring.

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 1:30 p.m. CST

    Ignorant Bastards

    by Chow Yun Phat

    What' up with these idiots like Monkey Lucifer saying Howard's fifteen minutes are up. He's been the man for 2o years and still going strong. If you nerds don't like Stern then turn off the radio and go back to masturbating to your glossy of 7 of 9. Monkey Lucifer, get your head out of your ass so I have a place to put my foot.

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 2:32 p.m. CST

    Excuse me while I whip this out......

    by monkeylucifer

    Chow Yun Phat, pardon me if you didn't understand my post, but I'm willing to make an exception in your case as your sorry illiterate ass had to have your dad read it to you whilst he choked on his smack dealers cock to snag some H his sorry pathetic jobless self can

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 3:24 p.m. CST

    O & A vs. Stern

    by mascan

    The main reason I prefer O & A over Howard is that Howard's show has developed a "scripted" feel to it over the last couple of years. Opie and Anthony's show, for the most part, feels spontaneous, which is essential for comedy. On Howard, every joke seems to be written out, discussed in committee, and re-written a half-dozen times before it's broadcast. Howard has complained that he hated Johnny Carson, but his routine has now become just as practised and tired as Carson's. He needs to loosenen the show up in order to keep the show fresh. And to those who said that O & A are just doing what Stern did 20 years ago . . . we like it because Stern isn't doing what he did 20 years ago anymore. Stern won his audience by being unlike anything else on the air, but now he seems to be resting on his laurels, and hoping that his reputation will make his stale show seem more edgy than it actually is.

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 7:20 p.m. CST

    They Problem With Opie & Anthony Is.....

    by Easy Rider

    They are just plain rude and mean, even though that may sound ridiculous. I'm not even a bleeding heart liberal, but cruelty and callowness is not funny. The reason Howard works , and why he's survived all these years, is because he's human. Yes, he does hate things, but he is equally passionate about the things he loves. The guy actually has a personality and that outdoes a couple of brainless smartasses who rip everyone else off and can't get anything better that the XFL, official game of inbreds and cocksuckers.

  • Feb. 1, 2001, 8:22 p.m. CST

    I've listened for 11 years straight....

    by aikinso

    ....and I can't take it anymore! This isn't the old Howard. If you're into celebrity ass kissing and hearing about howards awesome life everyday - then everything is cool. I just dont identify with the show anymore. Its a show for the rich and famous. But I should be so lucky as to be Howard $$$$ Stern!

  • Feb. 2, 2001, 8:35 a.m. CST

    Free Speech

    by freespeech

    If Howard Stern has freedom of speech, then so does Heidi Fleiss.

  • Feb. 2, 2001, 8:37 a.m. CST

    Heidi Fleiss

    by freespeech

    If Howard Stern has freedom of speech, then so does Heidi Fleiss.

  • Feb. 2, 2001, 11:03 a.m. CST

    DON AND MIKE

    by Nightshot

    "yes, your honor, this man has no D*ck" appropriate and still a movie quote. 4 points to whoever gets it. Don and Mike are infinitely funnier than Stern. I feel for you New Yorkers who've had to hear them on delay. I hear them live here (on the same station as Stern nonetheless) and they are maniacs. The jocularity of their show is based on their cameraderie and their contempt for authority. They CONSTANTLY call the GM of the station and berate the station and the show. Their prank calls are fantastic. The imitations are fine, but thats not the point. Don and Mike do something fresh all the time. I started as a Stern fan, but got addicted to Don and Mike because I realized that Stern has about 40-50 funny shows in him. Then its all variations on the same theme. Don and Mike are consistently fresh, but there is an immediacy that needs to go along with their show. When its a rerun, even if I haven't heard it, I turn them off. So from a weird point of view, I understand how Don and Mike on a tape delay might be less interesting. They also take some time to get used to, but once you are it has a funny familiarit that makes the Stern show seem too rehearsed. "Harry is Fat, Love the Animations, Speilberg is a hack.. blablabla" ZAMPH!

  • Feb. 2, 2001, 11:48 a.m. CST

    Bad Monkey

    by Chow Yun Phat

    Boy are you bitter Monkey Lucifer. I should have guessed, you are, after all named after the devil. Didn't mean for you to take things so personally but I have to defend Howard because while many of these other radio personalities are popular, how many of them had to endure incessant harrassment and over a million dollars in FCC fines? Howard opened the door for a for of these knockoffs but none of them come support him when the sh*t hits the fan. I do resent you bringing my poor mother and father into your rant. Don't you think that having me as a son is punishment enough? Why add insult to injury by having them endure a tirade from a sexually-frustrated and bitter zero who works for the phone company. Shame on you. Let me know when you come to L.A. I'd love to meet you in person. Well, gotta go clean the Greyhound terminal.

  • Feb. 2, 2001, 10:41 p.m. CST

    Oh My God!!! They Berate Their GM??!!

    by Easy Rider

    How original.....Oh, wait, Howard's been doing that for years to his, Tom Chiausano or however the fuck you spell his last name. Just another way lame-o's ride Howards coattails, only to turn around and berate him. No wonder he rips these douchebags apart.

  • Feb. 4, 2001, 2:46 a.m. CST

    Howard Stern

    by Lojack

    Howard is a great entertainer. He goes just beyond the boundaries of good taste, but that is the beauty of his genius. Hey, I've heard Howard admit many times that he's going to HELL. So before he goes, lets enjoy him as much as we can and for as long as we can. Memo to monkeylucifer: Howard has been doing this for 20 years and has been #1 in 90% of his markets for 15.When you make a statement like "Someoneone should tell H.S.that his 15 minutes are up",you make yourself look very dumb and completely uninformed. In the future, I can only hope you will think before you hunt and peck.

  • Feb. 4, 2001, 3:05 a.m. CST

    education level

    by Lojack

    I would like to thank Sneazy G on his scintillating opinion of Howard Stern. Its very obvious that S.G. is a well educated person with a bright future. S.G. sure seems to know a lot about the H.S. show and I would even bet that He is one of those people who hate the show so much, they listen to all 5 hours everyday and keep H.S. afloat. Food for thought Sneazy G: Stop listening to the show and give your trailor park livin mom a ride to the store before she breaks down and walks the 2 blocks herself to get that carton of luckys

  • Feb. 4, 2001, 4:59 p.m. CST

    Don't like Howard? Turn him off. PS-Mace Windex is so right on

    by SilentBob X

    Howard's 15 minutes up? I don't think so. The King of All Media rules TV and radio like no other. Put him on the big screen either in front of or behind the camera and you've got a winner. And if noone's listening to him, tell me why he's got over 25 million listeners? Why did his Channel 9 show beat SNL regularly on 1/20th the budget? And why did his movie make over 60 milion worldwide? Sounds like a winner to me. And major props to Mace Windex. Howard would be perfect as Dr. Who and Shirley as Leela is equally brilliant. He's a dead ringer for Tom Baker who originated the role of Dr. Who(unless I'm mistaken). Give Howard a break. And stop listening to him if you don't like him. Snootchie Bootchies.

  • Feb. 4, 2001, 5 p.m. CST

    Don't like Howard? Turn him off. PS-Mace Windex is so right on

    by SilentBob X

    Howard's 15 minutes up? I don't think so. The King of All Media rules TV and radio like no other. Put him on the big screen either in front of or behind the camera and you've got a winner. And if noone's listening to him, tell me why he's got over 25 million listeners? Why did his Channel 9 show beat SNL regularly on 1/20th the budget? And why did his movie make over 60 milion worldwide? Sounds like a winner to me. And major props to Mace Windex. Howard would be perfect as Dr. Who and Shirley as Leela is equally brilliant. He's a dead ringer for Tom Baker who originated the role of Dr. Who(unless I'm mistaken). Give Howard a break. And stop listening to him if you don't like him. Snootchie Bootchies.

  • Feb. 6, 2001, 4:59 a.m. CST

    Stern read the story on the air--

    by Gonzo_Filmmaker

    He says it's all BS. Right from the horse's mouth!