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Sunday, December 26, 2010

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Friday, December 24, 2010

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If you were Howard's secret Santa, what would you get him?

If you were Howard's secret Santa, what would you get him?

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Little Lupe Meets Sybian & Dave Lampert and howard stern again


Spanish porn star “Little” Lupe Fuentes and Sybian inventor Dave Lampert stopped by to meet over the Sybian. Lupe first had a question for Dave: “Did you invent that? You must be really smart.” Dave said he was just trying to fill a void: “I just realized something like that was needed.” Lupe replied that she had a machine of her own: “My pussy is a machine to make money.”

Howard then had Lupe straddle the Sybian, but she said Dave made her nervous: “What if it’s funny and I start laughing and I don’t come?” Dave instructed Lupe to close her eyes “so she doesn’t think she’s holding on to an old man.” Lupe said it was Dave’s pale skin that really creeped her out: “I like him but I think he’s made out of plastic...if you want to be beautiful, you have to go tanning.”


As Dave fired up the Sybian, Lupe’s teeth made a chattering sound: “I feel it in my face!” Dave walked her through it: “I’m going to do what I think that you want...does that feel good? Go ahead and let it go...let it feel good. Go ahead and f’ it’re doing it. That’s a good thing. Let it go...go ahead and come. Let it come.” Despite Dave’s creepy come-ons, Lupe reached orgasm easily: “I’m coming!” Dave wanted her to go further: “Go ahead and scream if you want to.”

Dave then talked Lupe through a second ride: “Go ahead and f’’re a beautiful girl. Let it go.” Afterward, Lupe was ready for a third: “I can come and come.” Howard laughed: “I think major poison came’re now pregnant with a plastic baby.” Dave talked Lupe through yet another: “You’re going to f’ me hard. You’re going to get all the poison out this time...I’ve got a big penis and I’m f’ing you.” Hilariously, Dave kept flubbing Lupe’s name: “F’ me, Loopy.”

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Howard Stern annouces another 5 year deal with sirius today live on air

howard agrees with Sirius & Mel C. to a 5 year deal , and the howard stern show will now be avaiable on apple's app and for your blackberry app . radio legend and media personality Howard Stern announced that he’s staying with Sirius XM for another five years. Like he normally does with big announcements, Stern drew out this announcement over a 45 minute period. He’s currently on the air talking about his schedule for the next five years and he says that, initially, he’ll be keeping the 6am through 10am time slot, four days each week. He also announced that his new contract allows him to be available via the various Sirius XM apps for iPhone and BlackBerry, which was important to him.

Stern announced that while he has signed a deal with Sirius XM, his staff hasn’t signed new contracts yet. Robin Quivers specifically stated that she’s not signed to a new contract and that her deal expires at the end of December. Of course, one would have to assume that if Stern was able to sign a new contract with the company, then the rest of his gang would be able to sign follow-on deals

Monday, December 6, 2010



Howard started off the show welcoming George Takei back to the show--George will be sitting in all week--and noted that George might have brought bedbugs with him. George said he and Brad recently returned to their New York apartment and discovered tell-tale bites the next morning. Surprisingly, they haven’t moved out while waiting for the exterminator to clean their apartment. Howard was shocked: “With the bedbugs?” George nodded: “With the bedbugs.”

George said an exterminator came in with a bedbug-sniffing beagle last Friday and found bugs on their bed and couch--but not their luggage: “We got it from the theater. Theater seats.” Howard fumed that Tim Sabean hadn’t been able to find a beagle to check George when he came in this morning: “We almost told you not to come in because we thought you were going to carry the bugs in here.”


Later, Gary said he could have a bedbug beagle in the studio by 10, so Howard told George he’d have to strip down: “You can leave your underwear on.” George just laughed: “You’ll find every way to get people to take their clothes off.” Howard said he was serious--the dog really can’t check clothes on your person: “You smell too much. They don’t smell people, they smell objects.”


Howard welcomed Steve Langford to the studio and asked Will to join them: “There are several sources who say you cheated on the IQ test.” Steve said several sources were telling him so: “Did you get some of the questions or part of the test ahead of time?” Will said he’d simply researched the test’s format: “I said to myself, is there any way I can, like, practice for it [or] figure out what the format of the test is?”

Will said the preparation was simple: “If you Google the test name, the whole test format will come up.” Of the samples Will saw, he only gleaned the test’s format: “None of the answers were on there...I never saw the actual questions.” But he did know a few answers: “I did get a couple of answers from people who work here in the back office and were yapping about it after the first round of tests.


Steve remained vigilant: “The truth is somewhere and we’re looking for it. Our sources claim that you had assistance from a professor.” Will threw his hands up: “Can we just say my IQ is 90 and get it over with?” Steve continued: “One of our sources...calls it cheating.” Howard thought a cheater would have done much better than Will’s score of 130: “If you cheated, you should’ve gotten a 180.”

Will insisted he didn’t do anything wrong--it’d be too hard: “Let’s say they gave me all the answers. This is a two-hour test. With thousands of questions on it. The fact that I could memorize the test...” George was impressed with Steve’s rigorous line of questioning: “I feel like I’m sitting in on the McCarthy hearings.” Howard said he believed Will’s story: “Will’s test scores stand.”
Christmas in Harmony

Howard wondered why Oprah had made the Kennedy Center Honors list: “I just don’t get it. I know she’s beloved. I know she’s had a successful television career.” Howard went over the Kennedy Center’s Website and couldn’t figure out what she was being honored for: “They don’t even have anything next to Oprah to indicate why she got it.” Robin didn’t understand how Oprah would be observed: “They sing Paul [McCartney]’s songs. What do they do about Oprah?”
Christmas in Harmony

Howard addressed rumors that he’d been negotiating with Apple, laughing that the reported 3-year/$600 million contract would be hard to turn down: “This one sounds like a pretty good deal, actually.” Howard said he kept asking himself three questions: “Where is the place that’s going to allow us to grow the most? Where can we be the most successful? And where is the future of radio?” But really: “We’re just looking for a place that doesn’t have bedbugs.”

crazy monday, georgehas a itch =bedbugs, will cheats= iq test, lisag=ny voice.whats next???

crazy monday, george =bedbugs, will=iq test,lisag=ny voice.whats next???????????

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Monday, November 29, 2010

DR. Drew and Robin's pitch ....

ROBIN'S PITCH STRIKES HOME Early in the show, Howard commended Robin for topping Gary's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' pitches--in just one try. Robin said she benefitted, unlike Gary, from a clear mind: "I didn't really have time to think about anything." Howard described the scene of Robin's strike: "She went with high heels and you know--high heels, for Christ's sake--and threw the ball better than anybody." Robin wondered why Gary had such a hard time throwing a ball: "How could Gary not be able to do this? It's so easy. And I don't even know what I'm doing." Howard laughed that Robin had emasculated yet another staffer: "Gary looked like a woman." Robin cut in: "No, I'm a woman. He's less than." Howard asked how 'less than' Gary really was: "Are you great or is Gary just physically retarded?" GARY'S ENDLESS BOOK TOUR Howard complained that Gary's endless 'They Call Me Baba Booey' promotion tour was beginning to backfire, as the media often decontextualizes Gary's appearances and interviews and uses them to speculate about Howard: "I feel overly discussed on all these shows. I'm happy for you. I've told you this. [But] I didn't know your book promotion was going to go on for a year. Enough. It's too much. Listen, Gary: nobody gives a damn." Gary said his book promotion has never interfered with his work ("I never left being a producer.") and hadn't grown any larger than planned: "This was all laid out by the publicist in advance." Howard didn't understand the extended timetable: "I've never seen a book promotion go on so long. The President of the United States [didn't] go on this long. It's enough. We've gotten the word...usually it's done in a two week period...calm down now." STICK TO PRODUCING, BABA BOOEY Howard continued to complain about Gary's interviews: "They don't want to talk about him. Because who cares about him? They get a hold of him and they want to talk about me." Robin thought it made sense: "The most exciting thing about Gary is that he works with you." Howard agreed but didn't want Gary to serve as the show's media representative: "I can control me. I can't control you." Later, after Howard again started taking shots at Gary's book tour, Gary called it off, shouting: "I just said I'll end it!" Howard doubtfully turned to Robin: "He's not ending anything...he's Baba Booey. He loves it." Gary admitted: "Alright. I'm scaling it back." Gary said the tour would be over by next Thursday--Howard mockingly wondered what Gary had left to do: "You were on HDNet. You've done it all." DR. DREW SAYS: DON'T BE A DOCTOR Dr. Drew stopped by to promote the new season of 'Celebrity Rehab' and told the crew about the hardships facing many family practice doctors: "It's the most adulterated of all areas of the profession." Drew said the rising cost of malpractice insurance and attendant stress were a large part of why he left behind a more traditional means of practicing medicine: "It pushed me out a little bit." So when his son said he wanted to be a doctor, Drew leveled with him: "I said, 'Make sure it's something you’ve got to do.'" IS 'CELEBRITY REHAB' AN ABOMINATION? Robin, still burning from her high score on Drew's narcissism test, wondered how Drew made the leap from family practice to TV: "Don't you think 'Celebrity Rehab' is kind of an abomination? It's not real medicine. You're not really helping anybody." Drew argued that he didn't change anything for the cameras: "I do exactly what I do in my regular treatment program with my usual team. We don't do anything different than we always do."

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Sunday, November 21, 2010

Gary "Baba Booey" Dell'Abate Pitch on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Gary "Baba Booey" Dell'Abate Pitch on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Jimmy Kimmel Live - The second part of Jimmy's interview with Gary "Baba Booey" Dell'Abate, where he attempts to make good with another first pitch

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Thursday, November 18, 2010



Howard then announced the results from lowest to highest--the first, with a score of 87, was Bobo. Bobo was crestfallen, fearing that all of his neighbors were listening: "I'm in bad shape...this is so damaging. I'm going to have to move." Eric the Midget was next with a score of 90, shrugging: "I guess it's a reasonable number." Steve Grillo registered a 99: "Figured that." Will the Farter came in one point higher at 100.

The staffers took the top three slots, starting with Mike Gange at 110--the lowest score he thought he could be happy with: "I would like to have been higher but at least 110 is my line." Jon Hein surprised everyone by tying Gary's 121: "When I walked out of the test--I told a couple people--I knew I didn't kill it." Will crowed over his victory--before the score was announced: "Scott! Suck my balls!" Howard then announced it as 130. Will pumped his fists: "Eat it! That's what's up!"


Before he left, Will the Farter introduced Howard to his protege, Vivian Von Queef, who discovered she could queef at the age of 12 by blowing bubbles in the bathtub. Vivian promptly stripped down to her thong and boots and queefed along to Silent Night, with Will the Farter’s accompaniment. Howard sang modified lyrics: 'Sleep in heavenly queef!' Later, Vivian jumped on the Sybian, but it had no effect: "I think you're going to mess up my queefing. You're going to de-tune my instrument."


Natalie Nice, Miss HowardTV for the month of December, stopped by to meet Howard. Natalie said she posed naked and hooked up with other women on her Website: "One time on a shoot I double-fisted a girl. It was really disturbing." Before doing porn, Natalie worked as a 'personal banker'--and housewife: "We actually met in a political studies class...I always wanted to go to law school. When I'm done with the Website, maybe."

Natalie showed Howard the large birthmark she had near her genitals: "I call it my Cindy Crawford pussy. I have a little beauty mark next to my pictures it really sets me apart." Natalie said her Website's subscribers are her birthmark’s biggest fans--though some just want abuse: "A lot of guys on cam like to be humiliated. They ask for it. A lot of guys like small penis humiliation."

Howard asked Natalie to give him an example of 'small penis humiliation,' so she told him he wasn't hung like a man: "I wouldn't even consider you a girl." Howard had his fill immediately: "Ok that's enough for me." Natalie then jumped on the Sybian and, with a little coaching from Gange, Gary and Will, reached climax: "Easy, tiger! That felt good! That was definitely shaking me."

Monday, November 15, 2010

Jay Z in Studio Howard Stern Show

Decoded Like its multi-hyphenate author, Jay-Z, Decoded is many things at once. At its core, Decoded is an eloquent and candid memoir detailing the story of a man who was born in a Brooklyn housing project, spent his teen years dealing drugs on the streets of Trenton, New Jersey, and grew up to be one of his generation’s most successful artists and businessmen. But Decoded is much more than a memoir: it is an intensely personal homage to hip-hop, as written by a man who so clearly adores the art form; it is a rare glimpse of the unexpectedly deep meanings behind the most recognizable rap lyrics of the last decade; and it is a truly moving collection of essays on topics ranging from Hurricane Katrina to the decline of the music industry. Unconventional type design, line drawings, and photographs visually emphasize the author’s message that rap is a form that transcends and defies easy categorization. There’s not much in the way of celebrity gossip here, but what we get, instead, is a gritty and enormously compelling look inside the cultural phenomenon of rap, from one of the men who contributed so much to its shape. --Juliet Disparte

Jay-Z on Decoded

When you're famous and say you're writing a book, people assume that it's an autobiography--I was born here, raised there, suffered this, loved that, lost it all, got it back, the end. But that's not what this is. I've never been a linear thinker, which is something you can see in my rhymes. They follow the jumpy logic of poetry and emotion, not the straight line of careful prose. My book is like that, too.

Decoded is first and foremost, a book of rhymes, which is ironic because I don't actually write my rhymes--they come to me in my head and I record them. The book is packed with the stories from my life that are the foundation of my lyrics--stories about coming up in the streets of Brooklyn in the 80's and 90's, stories about becoming an artist and entrepreneur and discovering worlds that I never dreamed existed when I was a kid. But it always comes back to the rhymes. There's poetry in hip-hop lyrics--not just mine, but in the work of all the great hip-hop artists, from KRS-One and Rakim to Biggie and Pac to a hundred emcees on a hundred corners all over the world that you've never heard of. The magic of rap is in the way it can take the most specific experience, from individual lives in unlikely places, and turn them into art that can be embraced by the whole world. Decoded is a book about one of those specific lives--mine--and will show you how the things I've experienced and observed have made their way into the art I've created. It's also about how my work is sometimes not about my life at all, but about pushing the boundaries of what I can express through the poetry of rap--trying to use words to find fresh angles into emotions that we all share, which is the hidden mission in even the hardest hip-hop. Decoded is a book about some of my favorite songs--songs that I unpack and explain and surround with narratives about what inspired them--but behind the rhymes is the truest story of my life.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

bye for now ? Eric The Midget


Howard got Eric the Midget on the line to sever his ties, as Eric has begun making threats in an effort to get his IQ test results early: "You can have the results. You're no longer on the show. And I'm not kidding this time. I'm done with you." Howard couldn't understand what Eric didn't understand, as the IQ test bit was costly--and was done on the show just a couple months ago: "This bit cost us a lot of money...I went out of my way."

Robin was happy that Howard had finally stood up to the tiny tyrant: "I'm glad you're eyes are finally open." Howard asked Eric to say his final words: "I'm done. Ok? So let's say our goodbyes." Eric insisted he was in the right, as the show has never addressed him as Eric the Actor: "If you f’ers--if your audience wants me to start respecting you, you need to start respecting me...I hate all of you. Go to hell."

I Am the New Black

Tracy Morgan stopped by to promote his new HBO special, 'Black & Blue,' and told the crew about his affinity for passionate sex: "You call it tender dick. When a female gets your emotions in it. Once they get you to say 'I love you'? Oh! You got tender dick, son." Tracy said his large brood was proof: "I'm gonna get you pregnant and I'm old school. I don't be pulling out. When I come in, I come in. Three fingers past the knuckle."

Howard asked about Tracy's most recent appearance on Letterman, saying he thought Dave was a little condescending--but Tracy disagreed: "No, I don't think Dave is like that towards me. Because when the camera's off, that's my dude. I lead him down that road. On camera he's my man too. I don't think he's condescending to me. I think I'm playing it like that. You can look at it one of two ways."


Tracy revealed that his girlfriend Tanisha was 4 months pregnant, but their relationship was still a little rocky: "That's a lot for her...the spotlight is not for everybody [but] she's still around me, man. She's still with me." Tracy said reports about his alleged infidelity made things especially difficult: "When you f’ with Tracy Morgan, there's a lot of rumors out there." What's more, Tracy doesn't want to stray: "I'm chillin'! I surrender!"

Howard wondered if Tracy was really committed to Tanisha if he couldn't even remember where she went to college, but Tracy thought he'd more than proved his commitment--with his wallet: "I paid for the shit. I put her through college. I got the teeth fixed and everything." Tracy said he planned to marry her: "It was beauty that killed the f’ing beast…but nobody else better not call her beast. I'm beautiful like a motherf’er."


Tracy told Howard about his father's time in Vietnam: "My father went AWOL twice. The first time my brother was conceived. The second time I was conceived. My father showed them. He went AWOL and got some pussy." Years later, Tracy's father took him on a long walk in East New York: "He took me to this school--underneath the bleachers--and he said, 'Your ass was made right here. On the spot. Alright? Doggystyle. Her ass was facing this way' father was real. My father went into detail."


Tracy later took caller questions and said fame meant most when he gets props at his corner bodega: "When you get credit at the deli in your neighborhood? You good." On his package: "My dick head is bulbous. My dick head is shaped like a Darth Vader helmet." On the messiness of displacement during sex: "That's when it's good. When you get that discharge on there." On his legacy: "I'm a voice for a whole generation.

Monday, November 8, 2010

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Friday, November 5, 2010

New Jersey Shore - Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino ( MTV ) visits Howard Stern


Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino stopped by to promote his new book, 'Here's the Situation,' and immediately complained that Gary had messed up his hair while putting on his headphones: "Gary had no regard...he didn't even care! There is a correct way to put on the headphones and he mushed me pretty much." (That was mushed, not smooshed.)


Howard asked about Mike's pre-MTV life, so Mike explained that he'd started working out at 16 ("For chicks.") and was employed as a mortgage broker before landing his 'Jersey Shore' gig: "Until the market crashed and I had no job." After losing his job, Mike moved back in with his parents: "No money. Down on my luck. Unemployment. The whole 9." He turned to Jersey Shore (Group, GTL) TV Poster Print - 24x36modeling to make ends meet--and was 'discovered' soon after: "I did underwear modeling for 2 weeks and got noticed for TV."

Howard asked Mike how he dealt with gays in the modeling world, so Mike shrugged that it was weird when they'd ask to 'adjust' him in his underwear--so he'd just brush them off and handle things on his own: "It doesn't bother me one bit. I got mass appeal, I guess." Mike said he'd been comforted by a sense of destiny: "There was a voice in my head that said something was out there."


While he was in studio, Mike repeatedly worked in plugs for his vodka company, Devotion, which sells "the first protein-infused vodka on the planet." Robin didn't understand the point: "Why would you infuse protein into vodka?" The Situation just laughed: "Why wouldn't you?"


Mike told the crew his newfound fame was making it hard to find a good girl: "You're target almost sometimes 'cause, you know, you're doing very well for's getting hard for me to find a real relationship." Mike said he'd like to be in a committed relationship ("To share all these experiences I'm having.") but he only meets fame-hungry girls these days: "A good indicator is when she starts to brag about all the other famous people she's met.” Mike said it had gotten to the point that he had to have 24x7 security and he has them hold onto the cellphones of the girls he does hook-up with just make sure no photos get taken.


Here's the Situation: A Guide to Creeping on Chicks, Avoiding Grenades, and Getting in Your GTL on theJersey Shore
Howard introduced Mike to JD, a staffer with a nickname of his own: "Did you ever hear of a guy on the Internet called Da Badass?" JD said he was irritated by Mike, as he was famous for dubious reasons: "I'm sorry I didn't think to trademark DTF." Mike offered JD some advice: "I think he should just be positive and have a positive outlook...when you are hating on people, you forget about your own goals."

Mike said he'd like to help JD turn around his look: "I would like to Situate you." JD dismissed the idea: "I don't want to be Situated. Let me be bitter and angry." Mike said he was serious ("I can actually turn him into a pimp.") but Howard doubted his ability to turn JD around, saying he spoke from experience: "I thought I could too but it's impossible." Asked for a summarized plan, Mike said he'd take JD and "shave him down, tan him up...he's gotta get different clothes, some jewelry.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

hilarious trailer for Gary Dell'Abate's new memoir THEY CALL ME BABA BOOEY. It also includes fans' suggested title names that didn't make the cut.

They Call Me Baba Booey

Check out the hilarious trailer for Gary Dell'Abate's new memoir THEY CALL ME BABA BOOEY. It also includes fans' suggested title names that didn't make the cut.

In THEY CALL ME BABA BOOEY, Dell'Abate explains how his early life was the perfect training ground for the day-to-day chaos that comes with producing the most popular radio show on earth--The Howard Stern Show. Funny, painful, poignant, and eye-opening, this book presents Gary as you've never seen him before, telling a story that even Stern show insiders can't begin to imagine.



PLAYBOY Magazine December 2004 DENISE RICHARDS pictorial

Denise Richards stopped by to promote her role on the new season of Spike TV's 'Blue Mountain State,' and Howard jumped right in, wondering why she wasn't a bigger success. Denise said she'd been in some great movies before she married Charlie Sheen: "And then my life fell apart." Things only got worse when she began dating Richie Sambora: "People said I took my friend's [Heather Locklear] husband and stuff like that." Denise also said she's not--despite rumors to the contrary--still with Richie: "That chapter's closed...I've moved on."

Denise said Charlie seemed like a new man at first: "When I met him, he was different. His past, to me, was his was great in the beginning. That's it." Despite their messy divorce, they raise their children together: "We're getting along well right now...I've been hanging out with Charlie in New York here the last few days." Denise obliquely added: "It's a been a very, uh, eventful trip." [While Denise would only say that it’s been an eventful trip, see Robin’s first news story for more details.]


2004 Denise Richards Playboy magazine
Denise wondered if Charlie just wasn't built for monogamy: "I think he should stay single and live the bachelor life forever. And I think he'd be a happy man. People love him for that. He's like his character on his show--and then some." Howard asked how Denise explained Charlie's jail time to their children, so Denise said she'd gone with something like: "Sometimes when you do something wrong, you get a time out."


Howard asked if Denise was dating now, and she nodded, saying she was actually dating two guys right now. She loves to text with the first guy ("We do sext."), even sending each other nude photos: "Whatever. I don't care." Denise said she loves when he sends her pictures of his penis: "I do...why? Is it bad that I like that?" She'll often meet him for hardcore hotel room trysts: "I do like anal. Yeah. We did everything that night. We had a great night."

PLAYBOY Magazine December 2004 DENISE RICHARDS pictorial

Denise then showed Howard her new cleavage, noting that she'd gotten new implants since her last appearance on the show: "Silicone still. They were silicone before." (C cups, if you're wondering.) After Denise left, Fred laughed that Benjy was really staring her down: "I literally thought he was going to jump across the console and rape her."




Mike Ditka stopped by to promote a series of motivational tapes and quickly recounted his career: "There was no gameplan in my life at all when I played for the Bears. My gameplan came into focus when I went to Dallas with the Cowboys. I played for the Cowboys for 4 years. We won a Super Bowl. I played for Coach Landry. I coached there for 9 years as an assistant coach. And then I became the head coach of the Bears. So if I never would've went through that process in Dallas, I doubt I would've become the head coach of the Bears."

Howard asked how Mike felt about one of his old quarterbacks, so Mike said Jim's talents were mental: "Jim McMahon was a winner and a leader, but if you're talking about physically? He couldn't come close to Marino." Mike credited the Bears' success to the same mental game: "It's not genius. It's beating the other guy. You know what he's doing. You know what you do best."


Howard asked Mike if it was a good idea to retire only to return 3 years later as the head coach of the New Orleans Saints, but Mike claimed that it seemed like it was at the time: "I thought it was divine intervention." Mike also told the crew about his high school football days ("I was small. I got my ass kicked."), his humble lifestyle ("I'm not a wealthy man...I live in a condominium in Chicago.") and curtailed casino gambling habit: "I don't even go to Vegas anymore and if I do, I don't gamble."

Mike also explained why he wouldn't run for public office, despite his immense popularity in Chicago: "I was asked to run for Senator and you know, to me, being a politician is all about serving." There's a technical issue as well: "I am a resident of the state of Florida...I spend most of my time in Chicago, my wife spends most of her time in Florida. Ideal situation." Howard asked if Mike's wife benefitted from his Levitra endorsement, so Mike laughed: "I think there are a lot of men who need help...I have no problem with it."




Howard kicked off the World's Biggest Whore contest by introducing porn star Ava Devine. Ava told the crew she was down for whatever: "I'm known as The Lady of the Lake. I will do anyone, anytime, anywhere, anyhow." Asked to elaborate, Ava listed "random strange men," little people and "people with all disorders." Ava said she loves when men with cerebral palsy come to see her dance: "I would go and take them in the back and jerk them off."

Ava said handicapped people make good lovers: "When they laugh, they really laugh. When they cry, they really cry. When they cum, they really cum." Ava went on to describe herself as a "receptacle" and her nights out with an 84-year-old friend named Mr. Anderson: "He loves sucking dick and swallowing...we go and we suck dick together, whether at an adult book store or swing clubs--for fun."


Ava said she was recently hit on by a guy at the gas station: "So I reached down, unzipped his pants and jerked him off right there...I finished him off before my tank was filled." Howard wondered if she like anal, and Ava jumped: "I'm an Anal Queen! I can take fists up my ass. I love double anal." Ava bragged that she'd once even taken a lava lamp up her ass. If she wins today: "I'm going to take my parents on vacation. They think I work for very wealthy men. Like, in the office--as a clerical assistant."


Sal then came in for the Dirty Talk portion of the contest: "I'm ready to rip apart this little f’ bucket." Ava asked for hands-on dirty talk, but Sal begged off: "I'm married." Sal started with a request: "Tell me what you want me do with those titties." Ava jumped in: "I want you to suck on them and then I want to titty-f’ that big strong cock." Sal one-upped her: "I want to pull out my dick out with shit streaks on it...lick all my ass juice." But Ava took the cake: "I'm going to fingerf’ you and massage your prostate and you're going to blow a load deep down my throat."


The 2nd contestant, the 5'11" 118lb Sabrina Deep, introduced herself as a fan-f’ing porn star: "I'm a big fan of my fans...I actually go out of my way to stalk these guys out and get them in bed with me." Sabrina will also take on dudes who don't know who she is: "Just before we came here, I actually blew the cabdriver." She estimated that she'd been with over 6,000 men: "I'm never raw. I wouldn't do this if I were raw...I like to get so dirty--just covered in cum."

Sabrina said she was married and that participating in today's contest might end said marriage, so Howard introduced Sal, as he was probably in same boat. Sal got right to work: "First of all, take off those panties you slut. That is a nice snapper....look at those dirty piss flaps. Work that snapper." Sal then had her turn over and spat on her asshole: "Right up your filthy f’ing shitlocker!" Sabrina was definitely surprised: "You're really f’ing doing this! Yeah! That's it? He just spits on it--that's all?"


The 3rd contestant was frequent Stern show guest and porn star Bree Olsen. She said she loved her work as a feature/private dancer: "I just end up having sex with all of them...and then I have impregnation fantasies so I let them all cum inside me." Bree explained: "I pay attention to my cycle and there's only about two or three days out of the month that a woman can really get pregnant so I try not to do it during those times."

Howard asked if Bree was aware of the other risks of unprotected sex, and she nodded: "I do care but I can't help it. It's an addiction." Bree said she slept with as many as 30 guys a day, most recently banging nearly every guy in a Florida hotel--until all that was left was the elderly janitor: "I just went around the hotel looking for guys to have sex with...I'd already had like 20-something loads inside me...[after the janitor finished] he was like, 'You're an angel.'"


Bree said she didn't like to shower between lovers: "The next morning [I'll] take a shower or something. I like to marinate...that's what gets me off, [when] I know I have loads inside me." JD said Bree had tweeted about going to the airport yesterday with cum on her face, so Bree explained that she'd left to catch her flight immediately after filming a porn scene. When he co-star handed her a towel, she refused: "I was like, 'No, I'm good, I'll just go to the airport like this.'"

Sal then came in for the Dirty Talk portion of the contest. Sal said he'd be 'Daddy' to Bree, as he knew she had a father-daughter fetish, and told her to remove her 'classy' dress: "Take that thing off and show daddy what a slutty pig you are." Sal asked Bree to sit on his head: "Put it all over daddy's face..tell me to eat your bologna twat!" Howard stopped Sal when he started to talk watersports: "Gargle it, you f’ing pig!"


Robin voted for Ava Devine: "She said even horses appeal to her." JD agreed: "Ava Devine would f’ anything or anyone." Fred also registered his vote for Ava, calling her "the Mohammad Ali of Whores," but the first dissenting vote came from Scott Depace, who liked Sabrina: "Bree is too pretty." Sal also admired Sabrina: "She took my spit up her asshole." Later, Howard tallied the listeners' votes and reported that 55% had gone to Bree Olsen. Bree thanked the voters, saying they'd "saved thousands of lives"--she'll be donating $3,000 of her $5,000 prize to the ASPCA. And then, to celebrate, all 3 girls got on the Sybian for the Sybian’s first threesome.

Monday, October 25, 2010

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Monday, October 18, 2010

BAM MARGERA & BRANDON NOVAK RETURN to the howard stern show


Bam Margera stopped by with Brandon Novak to promote 'Jackass 3D' and told Howard how he'd seriously injured himself on the film's set several times--only to see most of those stunts end up on the cutting room floor: "The only thing that made it is the broken shoulder." Bam suffered the most serious recent injury outside a bar he owns in West Chester, PA after an angry neighbor clubbed his skull with a bat: "I was bleeding internally in my head for two days."

Howard asked if Bam was still together with Missy, his wife as of his last appearance, so Bam said they were married but living separately: "It's strange because it's better than ever in a weird way. I see her once a week...every time we meet up, we have a lot to talk about and it's much more fun." Bam then introduced Howard to 'Julia Gulia,' a friend he'd been 'hanging' with in NYC--a friend, he was careful to point out, who is not his girlfriend. Serious as Dog Dirt

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Novak said his up-for-anything attitude can also pay off, especially when he's the 'talent.' He recently banged a groupie in the bleachers at an arena appearance, and when a security guard interrupted, he laughed that he told the guy to, "Just turn around and count to 10 and it'll be done like it never happened." The guard didn't feel like counting, instead pulling the girl off Novak's lap--and taking Novak's load on his arm: "I come a little bit on her and all the rest goes on his plastic security jacket." The guard then tried to boot Novak from the venue, but since he was under contract to appear at the event, later had to walk him right back in.


Novak said his girlfriend, Apple, was in the greenroom: "This bitch is fine as wine, man...get your ass in here, bitch." Robin was surprised by Apple's innocent look: "Where did he kidnap you from?" Apple laughed: "A bar in West Chester." Novak said they'd been together for 8 months. Howard wished her well: "Good luck to you. And good luck to your parents."

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Bam told the crew that Novak set a van on fire at the Margera compound when Bam was in LA for the 'Jackass 3D' premiere. On review, security camera footage showed Novak arguing with his girlfriend on the phone: "He kicks a gas can while smoking a cigarette and it goes underneath the van and then he throws the cigarette and jumps into his buddy's car and takes off. 10 minutes later, the whole thing's up in flames."

Bam laughed that the incident was costly, turning to Novak: "You owe me $10,000 now." Novak shrugged: CKY4: The Latest & Greatest"Put it on my tab." Howard asked if Bam ever got mad about cost of being Novak's friend, but Bam laughed that it was worth the spectacle: "Because if I gave you 30 chances to do that, I bet you can't do it

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