The Howard Stern Radio Show (1998–2001)

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Key bits and highlights from Stern's daily syndicated radio program.

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Key bits and highlights from Stern's daily syndicated radio program brought to television. Very similar to the E! Entertainment Television show he has daily, with a few twists and turns. Written by Anonymous

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Stern wanted Norm MacDonald to a fake news segment like he did on Saturday Night Live (1975). MacDonald was still on "SNL" at the time but was removed from "Weekend Update" and rarely appeared on the show. NBC refused to release MacDonald from his contract. Stern's show aired against "SNL" in most markets. See more »

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stupidity...
11 September 2003 | by (.) – See all my reviews

i must say...(please dont get mad)... that this is the most perverted show ever created. all they do is ask people to take their pants off. it p**ses me off. i saw one episode where they had a woman come in to play a quiz game. she ended up getting extra points and winning just because the man(not) asked her if she'd take her clothes off and do the rest of the show in her underwear. now tell me. how perverted can one dirty old man be?????


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