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Raunchy interviews, sketches, and social commentary from the king of shock radio.

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AJ Benza was never hired to sit in the Jackie chair. AJ was a regular guest. He was banned from the show for punching Stuttering John. See more »

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Down with censorship, and on with this show!

There is one reason why I can't stand television, and it's because a bunch of people called CENSORS always hacking things up and hiding things from the audience. I'm fully in favor for this show to keep running, but I just can't stand the way it is treated by the censors.

Howard Stern has worked hard all his life just to make a living, even if it means hurting people's feelings. But what does it matter if he's got a sick mind? There are plenty of celebs out there making a living off of their own sick fantasies, but they're entertaining people at least. I like the show, but without all the censorship, I'd like it a whole lot more.


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