Monday on Howard 100/101 (Labor Day special)

kryptonite

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As figured, Monday is a holiday and as such, Howard is off. Instead, we get the mini-marathon, featuring some of the tiniest stars of the Howard Stern Show.

Of course, it's hosted by Eric the Midget. As he says, "You know what to do. Tune in, or else."

I would think that they'd throw a Bubba repeat (from 2006-2008) on at 3 PM and have something (Miserable Men?) at 8 PM, but they could just air the west coast feed all day long... I think they've done that in the past.


2006 was 81 hours of various tapes played in an "All-Request" format.
MarksFriggin.com - Stern Show News - Archive

2007 was various tapes from K-Rock, sort of a Mammary Lane deal.
MarksFriggin.com - Stern Show News - Archive

2008 was an "All Apologies" special with various Stern Show cast members and friends apologizing for various things.
MarksFriggin.com - Stern Show News - Archive
 

kryptonite

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Ferrall is off on Monday and Friday. He will be live Tuesday through Thursday. (A random guess would put Miserable Men or Sweet Lou and Mafia filling in. I know Scott Wetzel used to fill in for Ferrall, but I don't know what happened there.) I would hope that it would NOT be Miserable Men, since the NFL and college football seasons are starting up, the baseball playoff races are starting to heat up, and more is going on.

Monday's 7 PM show on Howard 101 is Red Peters doing a special on blowjobs. As he put it, "Blowjobs are work for some people."
 

hyson

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This is good news though. At least he's not declining due to health reasons. Although, maybe TKOAM is hoping he dies on air.

EDIT: I almost forgot -

/Howard Stern is a jew devil who I refuse to listen to
//On second thought, his cum tastes good.
 
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I do hope that secretly Stern has paid the whack packers for their various contributions to the show. I mean, when John the Stutterer is asked to do some prank calls for Sal and Richard, I hope he gets a few bucks for his time.

I wonder if the whack pack would ever unionize and go on strike. Stern's attitude is that no one person is that important to the show, but the show wouldn't be what it is today without these people.