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--R&R Express walk in on Jimmy Valiant laying on the floor jerking off under a glass table that a hooker is s**tting on. Ricky throws up and leaves, while Robert stays to watch.
--Dusty Rhodes got Baby Doll fired (or something) because he was pissed that she married near-jobber Sam Houston instead of him.
--According to Japanese tabloids, Giant Baba was bisexual and Genichiro Tenryu had penis enlargement surgery.
--Victor Quinones tried to rape Tarzan Boy at gunpoint in a bathroom stall.
--Manny Fernandez took a dump in "Number One" Paul Jones brand-new Stetson hat, put it back in the hat box on the airplane, like nothing happened, and went to sit back by Jones for the remainder of the flight.
--Dusty Rhodes booked Rick Steiner to beat Ric Flair in 20 seconds at Starrcade 1988.
-- Superstar Graham once injected Clorox on a dare.
-- Paul Boesch was doing a "Jewish Champion" gimmick somewhere (NY?). A writer from a Jewish magazine came to a show to do a profile on him. The writer wandered into the lockerroom after Boesch's match and saw him in the shower. Thus the writer found out Boesch wasn't really Jewish.
-- Jimmy Snuka killed his girlfriend and played the innocent savage in front of the police while Vince did the talking for him.
-- Raven got caught in a hotel room with Becky Bayless at age 14, and Becky slept with Joel Gertner and his wife. Raven talks about this in detail and ends this rumor....
--Rip Rogers pulled Barry Windham's keys out of a commode filled with s**t and Jack Daniels after a particularly hard night of partying with his bare hands.
--At a indy show, Sabu had oral sex on one of the valets in the locker room but when one of the other wrestlers asked him if it was good, he said something along the lines of "smell my mustache."
--Johnny Valentine would take a dump and strategically place it where it couldn't be found easily like the inside of bed posts.
--Shawn Michaels supposedly invited three hot girls back to his hotel room. He told them to all get naked and get on their knees. He whips out his ding dong and the girls figure it's going to be a suck-fest, but instead he proceeds to take a piss in each of their mouths.
--Bruiser Brody was supposed to do a shoot run-in on the first WrestleMania...
--Apparently after Lawler first arrived in the good old WWF a lot of people disliked him for his general arrogant attitude. Hall, Nash, and Michaels didn't take to this too well, so at one of the Royal Rumbles, Lawler left his crown in the dressing room to do the Rumble. So the Kliq decided to s**t in his crown. But apparently this wasn't like a couple of turds in the crown. They apparently filled King's precious crown to the brim with a nice, hearty Kilq duty.
-- TAKA slept with Sunny while Candido watched.
--Scott Hall took a dump in Sunny's lunch on a tour of Germany in the spring of 1996.
--Jushin Liger likes to loan out his wife to folks like Sasuke, TAKA, and Hayabusa. He may also like to watch.
--Wolfie D was selling pics of PG-13 with Bill Dundee at USWA shows. Bill wanted a cut of the money. Wolfie said no. Bill pulled out a knife.
--Mae Young & Fabulous Moolah are a lesbian couple.
--During Eddy Guerrero's indy tour/initial cleanup period, Brian Christopher asked him if he wanted to get high at the FWA UK Revival show.
--Pedro Morales MAY have pawned his WWWF belt (it showed up in a pawn shop eventually and Tom Burke bought it).
--Mike Rapada paied $25,000 to win the NWA belt.
--Honky tells one of the funniest stories about Marty Jannety from overseas after he was reborn and fell off the wagon on a tour CLASSIC!!!!!1
--They discuss the death of Bam Bam Bigelow
--Kevin Von Erich, once paid a hooker to break in a then 11 year old Chris von Erich. Supposedly, Chris even cried during the act.
--Curt Hennig was supposedly one of those that crapped in Lawler's crown.
--During one of those Nitros where the wrestlers had to stay under the ring the entire show, it was at least Hennig and Scott Norton under the ring. Hennig had to go and of course, he couldn't exactly leave. So, he crapped under the ring.
--During the Gold Club investigation, Bischoff admitted that he enjoyed watching his wife and one of the strippers get it on in their hotel room.
--Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissey describes seeing Andre screwing - "like a lion raping a rabbit".
--According to a referee who was released from the WWF, Bradshaw tied up a wrestler in the shower while he was naked and rubbed baby oil all over him threatening to rape him until he cried while the lockerroom looked on and laughed. I think the victim might have date-raped a girl, or may have just not been well-liked. It was never specified who the victim was other than this happened in like '98 or '99 and the guy was a fairly well known wrestler, I also heard it might have been Brian Christopher aka Grandmaster Sexay.
--Some of the Smokey Mountain guys liked to take pisses in hotel ice machines.
--Remember when David Flair quit IWA Puerto Rico due to unfit living conditions? And everybody ragged on him when they found out IWA had put him up in a nice house? Well, that nice house belonged to Victor Quiones. I shouldn't have to say anymore
--Raven talks about how Jake the Snake got pissed off at Sting and roughed him up
--Honky goes off again on all the reborn workers like Dibase NEW MATERIAL this time too
--Tammy Sytch has phone sex with indy guys.
--Honky and Raven talk about Chris and Tammy relationship
--Randy Savage once knocked Bill Dundee out in a parking lot of a gym in Louisville after Dundee pulled a gun on him. This was back when Randy was running an outlaw promotion and they would tell folks on their TV show the real names of Memphis wrestlers and give out their telephone numbers. And the way I heard the Lawler's crown story is that it was Steve Keirn who started the crap in the crown battle royal.
--Honky and Raven talk about Missy and Tammy doing soft core porn
--Honky tells a great story about catching Nick Bockwinkel in Japan selling the AWA belt of a fan
--They talk about how Magnum paid to win the title from Buzz Sawyer
--Both men talk about how crazy King Kong Bundy was to walk away from the bizz
--. Raven didn't wear clothes backstage at TNA until someone complained to prevent Dixie from seeing his horsec*ck.
--Both guys go off on how there are people backstage that should not be and how both men had so many troubles in locker rooms getting changed because of girls being around
--Honky tells a funny Jasmine story with Virgil
--Austin got pissed off at Raven one time in the locker room because earlier in the day Debra (who was his wife then) was cutting a promo near the showers when Raven came out of the showers wearing nothing but a towel. Austin hears this and confronts Raven because he thought that Raven was "showing off" in front of his wife (Raven supposedly has a big dick) and basically choked Raven while threatening him verbally until Raven told him that he didn't know that she was there. Austin then apologized and Raven understood because the wrestlers knew at that time that Austin was VERY protective of Debra then.
--Raven talks about almost having to fight Billy Jack Haynes
--Honky talks about how amazing the RF VIDEO shoot was with Billy Jack Haynes
--Raven askes Honky what were the best locker room fights he ever have seen
--They talk about Koko B Ware vs Steve Keirn
--Raven gives his first hand account of what happened backstage when Goldberg and Jericho had a fight and how Goldberg got choked out by Jericho
--Honky talks about Hogans pay offs in wrestling and how much he made per show
--Raven asks Honky why he never started a union with all the legends when they all had power
--Honky talks about Uncle Elmer liking to bang midgets
--Honky talks about how the Road Warriors broke Henry Godwins neck
--Honky goes off on Dynamite Kid about being a bully and tells Raven
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YOU CAN EVEN TAKE STEROID`S & PANKILLERS LOL* This document concerns itself with the inner workings of the Career mode. For more information about the functionality of the game, please refer to the main "Instruction Manual.txt" document...
This game is an extremely detailed simulation of life in the wrestling business. You should familiarize yourself with the following concepts to get the most out of the game...
The "Wrestling MPire" is a global network of 9 talent pools - 6 of which are major promotions. Your career begins in the least glamorous of these, the "Wrestling School", where you must toil against your fellow students with no reward but the opportunity to improve and get scouted. Every win you deliver brings you closer to getting a contract offer from one of the 6 major organizations. As tempting as it is, you are advised to bide your time when choosing your first job. Almost all of the organizations like to tie you down with long term contracts and rock bottom pay. With a little improvement you can rise above "slave labour" and command a salary that will actually produce an income! Another important reason to be patient is that all of the promotions are completely unique, and some may suit your ambitions better than others:
FEDERATION ONLINE is a small but controversial organization that thrives on pushing back the boundaries of wrestling. Extremely violent matches and outrageous characters are commonplace here. However, what the show lacks in respectability it makes up for with a relaxed working environment - where most employees are given the freedom to develop their own gimmicks...
ALL AMERICAN WRESTLING is the most successful wrestling show in the world, and takes great pride in its hard earned reputation. It boasts the largest roster and is filled with the biggest names - all of whom have come to find their fortune. Consequently, the competition is tough - but you won't find a more generous pay packet anywhere else...
UNITED KINGDOM OF WRESTLING is a rough, small-time outfit similar to Federation Online. They too have a relaxed attitude towards booking, which manifests itself in the contracts. They don't care how long a wrestler is there so long as they contribute to a solid in-ring product. What the roster lacks in sparkle, it tends to make up for in passion...
RISING SUN PURORESU is a highly respected Japanese promotion that boasts the most talented workers in the wrestling world. Competition is fierce, but much can be learned from the skills on display. Their intense style of wrestling is made bearable by a guaranteed payment scheme, which ensure you get paid just for turning up! You'll have to work hard for it though...
MAPLE LEAF GRAPPLING is an innocent Canadian organization, which prides itself on delivering the highest standard of wrestling in North America. The no-nonsense roster take their wrestling seriously and will expect you to as well. In return, they'll look after you with the best health care policy that wrestling has to offer...
SUPER LUCHA LIBRE is a high-flying Mexican outfit, which favours the more energetic wrestlers. The competition isn't exactly terrifying, but the fast-paced style can take its toll on sluggish athletes. They also take pride in their unique visual style, and often insist on controlling a wrestler's image...
You must keep a close eye on the developments of each promotion, because they evolve as surely as you do. Their popularity, reputation, and rosters fluctuate from one week to the next. Consequently, you may find that some promotions become more or less appealing than they once were...
When the time comes for contract negotiations, the booker will present you with their proposal and you may then make any changes you'd like before submitting it back. Naturally, if they don't appreciate your demands they may ask you to reconsider - but their patience is limited and will eventually result in the termination of the meeting. This battle of wills can be a game in itself! The 2 main factors to consider are the payment and the contract length. Most bookers want you hooked in for as long as possible, so that they get their money's worth from you. If you don't want to make such a commitment, you must expect to receive a lower salary. Inversely, if you propose a longer contract you are within your rights to expect a pay increase. For most wrestlers, all the money in the world isn't worth a long contract - because the freedom to jump ship can be priceless...
The salary is much less flexible than the contract length. Far from a matter of taste, the amount you earn reflects how valuable or experienced you are. In the cynical world of show business, it's important to note that talent plays second fiddle to popularity. Until you make a name for yourself - which can take a very long time - bookers will be reluctant to treat you well. This is especially true of students, who can only expect to make the minimum wage for their first job. On the other end of the scale, it's possible to negotiate an exceptionally high salary if you become an indispensible part of the company - such as a title holder. Even rival promotions will be willing to pay more for a decorated wrestler...
You always have the option to negotiate your payment as a "Pay-Off" rather than (or in addition to) a salary. By taking a pay cut on a weekly basis, you are entitled to make up the loss in one lump sum. As a rule, it's hard to negotiate (or even calculate) your full worth in such terms - but it does make many wrestlers feel better off in the short term. However, those that can't be trusted to manage their finances are strongly advised to accept being drip-fed a weekly wage!
THE SMALL PRINT
The most life-altering part of the contract is the "small print". There are 3 devisive clauses that the booker would love you to miss. The first, and most pertinent, is the level of creative control that you're entitled to. You may do as you like on the independent circuit, but once you're employed you become the property of the promotion! Unless you negotiate full control (or at least the "right to refuse"), you'll have to go along with every hare-brained scheme that the booker comes up with - from what you should be doing to how you should look when you're doing it. Furthermore, you may also lose the option to arrange matches and form tag teams as and when you see fit. This is the ultimate case of "paying your dues", but once you've become a major player in the company you should be trusted to guide your own career...
The second clause refers to your performance in the ring. Bookers like to implement a system whereby you earn a reduced sum (or even nothing at all) if you don't win. This keeps their young wrestlers hungry for victory and keen to improve. It also means that they can usually cut their wages bill in half! If you feel what you do is of sufficient value to get paid no matter what then you should fight for a better deal. Even if you're not talented enough to warrant unconditional pay, you can always "buy" that privilege by offering to work for less money in general...
The final clause deals with your health cover. Wrestlers can expect to be injured with alarming regularity, but this time out of the ring could go unpaid if you fail to negotiate a decent health policy. Naturally, bookers are reluctant to be so generous - not least because they want to encourage a safe wrestling environment! Once you've proven yourself to be such a wrestler, however, they should feel obliged to take care of you. Reckless wrestlers, on the other hand, will seldom earn that privilege...
Once a contract is confirmed, you are tied to that company for the agreed number of weeks. It's not set in stone though. Bookers may have second thoughts along the way and ask you to reconsider the contract (or terminate it altogether). They cannot do so without your consent, but if the unhappiness is mutual then you may appreciate the excuse to leave! Your contract can also be bought out by rival promotions (although these offers are much rarer than those you would get as a free agent). The most natural way for a job to end is when the contract has expired and you're talking to the booker about a renewal. If a new contract cannot be agreed upon then you will be released back to the independent circuit, where you can bide your time for something better...
Whether you like it or not, money is of the upmost importance to the career of a professional wrestler. For a start, life isn't free! If you're 18 years of age or older, you're responsible for "lifestyle costs" - which is a simplified summary of the money you need to get by each week. Regardless of your situation, your living costs have a minimum of $100 - which means you may find yourself struggling to get by in the early days of your career. Don't think life gets any easier when you make it big though, because your standard of living increases with your income! When you're making thousands of dollars each week, you suddenly crave better food, better hotels, and better transport, etc.. As a rule, 5% of all the money you own is frittered away on your lifestyle...
Other costs include the amount of money you spend on your wrestling exploits. If you have access to your image, for instance, you'll be charged for any adjustments you make - ranging from music and lighting to various costume choices. These aesthetic changes normally constitute a one-off fee - except for weapons, which must be paid for every time they're used (that'll teach you to throw it into the crowd!). Behind the scenes of a wrestling show, there are countless other ways to subsidize your income - and spend it. Over the course of a year, you will occassionally find yourself talking business with the booker or your fellow wrestlers. Any money exchanged at these junctures will be considered "under the table" and may not show up in your financial report...
Getting into debt is a worrying experience and must be avoided at all costs - especially if you're facing unemployment. While you're employed by one of the 6 major promotions, you can scrape by in minus figures on the assumption that you'll return to your feet. In school, however, there's no such safety net. Tuition eats into your income - it doesn't support it! Once all the money's gone and you've got no source of income, that's the end of your wrestling career and time to get a real job...
When all is said and done, it's your body that brings in the money - and it's a complex cocktail of statistics. In terms of success, the most important factor is your "Popularity". This goes up with each win and down with each loss (depending on the circumstances of the contest). However, quite how far it goes up depends on the promotion you're working for. Each promotion has a "glass ceiling", whereby your popularity cannot far exceed that of the company. You simply cannot achieve - or even maintain - worldwide fame unless you're working for the premier organization. Don't ask what you can do for your promotion, ask what your promotion can do for YOU!
The remaining statistics are far less fickle:
STRENGTH indicates a wrestler's ability to inflict damage and perform power moves...
SKILL governs how quickly a wrestler strikes and how successful their move attempts are...
AGILITY determines a wrestler's movement speed and their ability to climb or jump...
STAMINA indicates how quickly a wrestler recovers health during a match (and after each week)...
TOUGHNESS refers to how phased a wrestler is by blows and how likely they are to be injured...
All of the above fluctuate throughout your career, and can of course be honed in the gym. You can choose to sacrifice 25% of your health to a specific course of training. You then have a limited amount of time to make it as productive as possible by reaching up to 3 levels of progress - which directly affects how many points the statistic improves by (if at all). You choose to participate in the process or let the CPU do it for you in a shorter space of time...
In addition to specific training, you can also spend your time and energy going through the motions in a "sparring" session. Not only is this an ideal environment in which to practice and get used to your character's moves, but it's also an effective way of improving your overall skills. After each short session, several of your attributes may have improved (or deteriorated) at random...
Whichever method you choose, training is only applicable for younger wrestlers that have yet to reach their "physical peak". Around the age of 40, a wrestler's body stops responding to exercise and must make the most of what it's got. Even at the beginning of your career, you do not have the power to perfect your own attributes. You must assign a limited number of points to create your ideal starting point, and then gradually sculpt them into the character you want them to be...
Behind those physical attributes, there are a couple of mental statistics that indicate your personality. Your "Attitude" and "Happiness" are a subconscious record of your experiences and how you've responded to them. Although they tend to fluctuate alongside your successes and failures, they are more accutely tested by your choices in meetings. Regularly choosing the most dishonourable or controversial course of action will deterioate your attitude at a rapid rate - whereas consistently choosing the honourable path will restore it. That may be of no consequence in the ring, but it can very easily affect your opportunities backstage - and even those with future employers. Likewise, your happiness deteriorates every time you agree to a humiliating course of action and improves every time you look out for yourself...
As your skills evolve so too does your relationship with the people around you. There are countless ways to make enemies inside the ring, but there are also friends to be made backstage. Every now and then somebody will extend the hand of friendship (however questionable their motives) and it's up to you to shake it. Doing so will give you a useful ally both in and out of the ring. More importantly it opens the door for a career on the Tag Team circuit. If news of your relationship reaches the booker then he might very well propose that you give team play a try! Assuming you have the power to do so, you can even form a team yourself by approaching the other wrestlers in your locker room. Committing to a team isn't taken lightly though, so don't be surprised to hear a lot of objections from even the greatest of friends...
Similarly, it's also possible to hire a manager of your choosing. At the standard cost of 10% of your weekly earnings (with a minimum of $100), you can arrange to have a helping hand at ringside for your matches. They also assist you backstage by attending training sessions - where you should notice a definite improvement in your performances. However, as with recruiting tag team partners, there are very few occasions when someone would agree to play second fiddle to another wrestler. Until you're significantly more successful than the character in question, you may find it hard to convince them to join your entourage...
The most significant factor in relationships is your "allegiance". Wrestlers fall into one of 2 categories: Faces (good guys) and Heels (bad guys). You will often have the chance to change your stance by either accepting the booker's advice or by forming friendships with other wrestlers. Your allegiance is no empty gesture either. Heels are jeered mercilessly by the crowd, whereas Faces enjoy the cheers. It's important to note that such reactions are not always indicative of "Popularity". A wrestler's job is to elicit the biggest response from the crowd - be it positive or negative. Even the most evil of characters can still be the star of the show! The most important aspect to allegiance is that bookers see the Face-Heel divide as an ongoing wa
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Heath Ledger's Death Discussed. 01/23/08. 6:00am
Show opening bits and songs included: ''Buttcrack Mountain'' movie parody, a Baba Booey song parody, Lisa Loeb performing ''Stay'' live in Howard's studio.
Howard started off the show taking a phone call from a guy who brought up the death of heath Ledger and how the media is covering it like it was the death of President Kennedy. He said he was tired of the coverage already and it just happened yesterday.
Howard said he's not sickened by it at all because he doesn't have time to watch 5 hours of the news channels so he tunes in to see what's going on once in a while. He said that there were thousands of people on the street in front of his apartment building and he thought about going down there himself. Fred said that at least there's an apartment opening up now in the city.
The guys talked about some of the roles that Heath had been in and how he was in the latest Batman that hasn't even been released.
Howard said he tuned in to see what was going on with the news coverage. He checked all of the news channels and found some good coverage on CNN and got his 10 minute fix on it. The guys talked about the coverage they had when Hank the Dwarf died. They had their own little gathering of people for him.
Howard said he saw the coverage of the body being taken out of his building and how they were pushing his body bag around like a piece of furniture. He said he'd had enough about it after about 10 minutes and it is getting to be a bit much at this point.
Robin said that Anna Nicole Smith's death got a lot of coverage so this isn't that big of a surprise. Howard said that Heath was a nice guy but he was apparently depressed and maybe he took an overdose of pills to off himself. Robin said she heard that he got kicked out by his girlfriend because of his drug use but she wasn't sure if that was the case or not.
Howard said he can see why this caller was sick of the coverage. The guy said that he really is tired of it but it's still sad that the guy died. Howard said that it is sad when you see a 28 year old, good looking guy, take his life when he seems to have a lot of things going on in his life.
Robin said that maybe they should have gone to Jake Gyllenhal to find out how the grieving widow was doing. She was referring to the movie ''Brokeback Mountain'' where they played gay lovers. That led to Howard playing some clips from that movie where they inserted some of Artie's clips into a scene.
Howard said that Ledger had the world by the balls and had the dream to be an actor. He came here from Australia and made it happen. He said that it's not easy to make it big like he has. He said that when you look at his life you have some envy for him thinking he had it all. It doesn't seem like he was really trying to kill himself because he had an appointment with a masseuse that day.
Howard Explains His 2006 Comments About Heath. 01/23/08. 6:10am
Howard said he got a note from someone asking him if he felt like an asshole for complaining about Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams not talking to him at a restaurant one time. Howard said he doesn't. The writer's were asking about the time that Howard went out to eat and he saw Michelle Williams, who had been on the show, at another table to he went to say hello to her. He stopped by the table and he got kind of the blow off from both Michelle and Heath. He said he never thought that they were whispering about him, he just found it odd that he'd just had her on the show and she blew him off.
Howard said that he just went on the air that day and complained about it. He got a call from Heath a short time after that and apologized for the snub, he didn't mean for it to come off like that. He said he had a nice conversation with him and had a good laugh over it with him. He said the guy was a nice guy from what he could tell.
Howard said he felt bad for Heath because he saw an interview where he said he was ready to die now that he had a daughter. He said that it was kind of a weird comment but then he said he wanted to see his daughter grow up.
Howard took a call from a guy who said he got to work with Heath in the new Batman movie. He said he got to work with him in a scene and he was a very cool guy. Robin asked him if he's an actor. He said he's not, he was just an extra in that movie. He and his wife both got into the movie.
Howard asked the caller how a banker can get free time to be an extra in the movie. The caller said he did the work on a Saturday and a Sunday in the afternoon so it wasn't during the week. He said that he had to go to work the next Monday morning.
Artie said that he was an extra in a movie one time when he was young, and before he was an actor. He said that after that day he said he was never going to do another movie again. He said that the extras get treated like shit.
The caller wanted to say hi to Artie because they were actually in rehab together about 10 years ago. The guy said he was 20 years old at the time and they were in an outpatient program together. He told Howard that Artie was doing stand-up back then and drinking the 40 oz. sodas even back then.
The caller claimed that he had spoken to Heath about Howard on the set of the movie. Howard said that's what the note said on the screen but the guy said he never actually worked up the balls to do that.
Howard On Insomnia. 01/23/08. 6:20am
Howard took another call from a guy who talked about the coverage of Heath's death and how they were saying that he may not have been able to shake off his Joker character and he wasn't able to sleep because of it. Howard said that he's an insomniac himself but he's found that he can eventually fall asleep even though he thinks that he can't. It will happen if you just lay there with your eyes closed. He said he used to take Ambien but he's stopped doing that.
Robin said that Howard has no idea what he's talking about. She went through times in her life when she wouldn't sleep for months at a time. She said she'd get one or two hours of sleep a night and that's not sleeping. Howard said that no one goes for months without sleep. Robin said she knows that she didn't go through REM sleep but Howard asked how she could know that. She said that it would wake her up if she started going through that.
Another caller asked Robin if she loses sleep over not inviting Fred to dinner the other night. That got Howard worked up and he told Robin that she really doesn't need to be the social director there at the show. While he was explaining all of that the guy on the phone had his radio on and it was driving Howard nuts. He and Artie yelled at the guy to turn it off. Artie told him that it's ''caller 101'' to know to turn down the radio.
Howard said that they're not all tied to one another like elephants at the circus, they don't all have to go out to dinner together. He said that it's fine if Robin wants to take just him and Artie out. He told her that she's now alleviated from all guilt. She shouldn't have to suffer through all of this nonsense about not inviting other people out to dinner.
Robin thought that Artie was saying that she was wrong but he said he never said that at all. The caller asked Robin if she had to invite one more person, would it be Fred or Gary. Fred said it had better be Gary because he was almost suicidal over the whole thing. Howard said that Gary is retarded. He went off on him for getting upset about something like that when he's had him out to his house and not having Robin and Fred out there.
Fred said that Steve Langford is a trouble maker because he was asking him some questions about that and trying to upset him. Gary said that he was asked by Steve about the whole thing and he complained about another party that he wasn't invited to that got him upset. It wasn't this latest dinner that he was upset about. He said he told Robin that he didn't care about this dinner at all.
Gary said that on the Wrap Up Show yesterday they were trying to figure out various configurations of who would be invited to parties and none of them included Benjy.
Fred's Explanation About Problems With Jackie. 01/23/08. 6:30am
Fred said that he's sick of apologizing for the stuff he says on the show. He said that the whole Jackie thing is something he's getting tired of. He said that he's got nothing to apologize for with Jackie because he's just doing on the show what he's always done. He said that he likes Jackie but he continues to goof on him and Jackie knew that he was going to do that because he told him that's what he was going to do.
Howard said that he didn't know that and thought that he really didn't like Jackie. Fred said that there are some things that annoy him about Jackie but he really does like him. He said that he'd like Jackie to stop listening to the voice mail he gets and ignore the e-mail he's getting about this whole thing.
Howard didn't understand what's going on with Fred and Jackie. He still didn't understand what this was all about. Fred said that Jackie is an annoying guy and what pisses him off is that he doesn't realize it. Robin wanted to know what his assessment of her was but Artie said he still didn't know what his assessment of Jackie was.
Fred said that he called Jackie to talk to him yesterday but he hasn't heard back from him. He said that if he were really concerned about what was going on with him, he'd call him and ask. Fred said Jackie doesn't even understand himself.
Howard was trying to figure out all of this stuff going on with Fred. He thought he had it figured out after his explanations. The caller on the line asked Artie about something he said on the Wrap Up Show about Robin yesterday but Artie said he was just kidding around, it was a joke. He'd said something about Robin being ''new money'' and that's why she didn't know how to deal with people.
Howard's Funeral Predictions. 01/23/08. 6:40am
A phone caller asked Howard how he thinks that his death will be covered. He said he hopes that they don't show him being shuffled around in a body bag all crumpled up. He'd prefer to be brought out the back door or something so no one has to see that. He said that he hopes that they talk about the huge legacy he left behind and how huge he was on terrestrial radio. He said he was number 1 in three markets simultaneously and how he had a number one move and movie soundtrack at the same time. He said that they have created history there with the show and it's no easy task to bring a terrestrial radio station to number one. He said that the industry hates him and it's filled with jealousy and loathing for him.
Howard said that he hopes that the God Hates Fags people don't show up to his funeral. They're apparently planning on going to Heath Ledger's funeral to protest because he was in that Brokeback Mountain movie. Robin mentioned that Suzanne Pleshette just died a few days ago and it was hardly covered at all. She said that she had planned her funeral ahead of time and even wrote her own eulogy.
Eric The Midget Little Guy Disliked By Jillian Barberie Calls In. 01/23/08. 6:45am
Howard said that Eric the Midget was on the phone and he thinks that the guy is out of control. He was going to get to that but he brought up how Jillian Barberie had once offered to go out with him when he was single but he turned her down. He said that she called Gary and asked for his number so she could leave some voice mails for him. She loves the show but she hates Eric the Midget.
Howard played the messages where she talks about loving the show and being obsessed with it. She said that the History of Howard Stern was great, all of his musician interviews are great and she hates these journalists who think they get scoops when they don't get anything from these people like Howard does.
Howard said that he should have gone out with Jillian when he had a chance. He said that he would have fucked her 50 different ways and then dumped her. He said that she called back and left another message so he played that one as well.
In the second message Jillian tells them that she loves Fred and how great it is when he does his Jim Florentine impression. She also says that she doesn't like Eric the Midget on the show because he's so boring and she wishes they'd get rid of him. In her third message Jillian talks about how she met Beth down in Atlantic City one time and she thinks that she's great for Howard. She talked about the pet adoption thing and how she's doing the same thing.
Howard said that message brings him back to the days when they did the Cabbie and Stuttering John fight because he remembered meeting Jillian there. He said that she had her belly showing and she was really hot. He said that she probably would have been a wild ride if he had been with her.
Howard said that Eric the Midget really got blasted there. He picked up on Eric but Eric said he didn't care what she thought. Howard said that Eric left some messages last week where he was threatening Gary. In one message Eric told Gary he didn't have a shot in hell of getting Kendra on the show. He said that he could save himself the embarrassment ''...and give the fuck up right now!'' He warned Gary not to try and get her number. He said that the people in his JFSC (Johnny Fratto Social Club) are loyal and they don't give out information like that. He told him to admit defeat and just give up. He told him not to try again and if he did, his teeth were going to en
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Monday, December 17, 2007
The History Of Howard Stern - The Early Years. 12/17/07. 6:00am
Howard and the guys are on their holiday vacation so this week they're playing a History of Howard Stern special. Today's chapter was ''The Early Years.''
The special started off with an intro where the announcer, Jim Forbes, talks about what this special was going to be about with many clips of Howard and the other guys on the show talking about some of the stuff that's gone on over the years.
After the intro they went back to January 12, 1954 when Howard was born. Then Howard's mother Ray Stern came on and talked about the day Howard was born and explained how she wasn't allowed to have Ben in the hospital room with her. She talked about how he was told they had a boy. Ben also had a few words to say about that and how he was the one who came up with the name Howard. He said he liked that name and told her that's what they were naming him.
Up next was Howard's sister Ellen who talked about how thrilled she was to have a brother. She was 4 years old at the time. Howard talked about how great his relationship was with his sister over the years. He said that she never looked for the spotlight while he was always looking for it. He would take any attention he could get while she stayed quiet.
Ray talked about living in Jackson Heights and how they knew they had to move from the small home there. She said that they wondered where to go and friends told them to move to Roosevelt because that's where they were all going. They bought a split level house there for $14,500. Ben said that those were the days. Ben said that they moved there when Howard was just a few months old, in June of 1954.
Howard talked about some of the stuff he remembered from living in Roosevelt. He remembered crapping his pants and running home to take them off and burying them in the back yard.
Howard's Friends. 12/17/07. 6:10am
We heard Ben talking about how happy Howard was as a child. He said that he had a lot of fun and he was always entertaining them. Ray said he was happy and he was always very busy with his friends. She said that he didn't have a lot of friends but he did have some. She thought he was doing very good.
Jim had some of Howard's friends, Jerry Dickowitz, Milton Little and Margie Sickles, talking about growing up with Howard. Each of them talked a little bit about Roosevelt and what they remember of it. They described the town, how big it was, how much traffic there was there and things like that.
The friends talked about Howard's house being red and what it was like to hang out with Howard. Howard talked about those friends and how they were all good friends and a lot of fun to hang out with. Margie talked about how great Howard's parents were. Milton also said that they were great people and they always made them feel good when they were hanging out with Howard. He said they were just ''honest, decent folks.''
Margie said that there were a few families there that would hang out and do things together in that neighborhood. Ray was also saying that they were always involved with the things going on in the world and in the neighborhood.
Margie was talking about the families hanging out and how she used to watch the adults at night just hanging out and they were always having fun and laughing. She said that Ben was always very funny and Ray was always laughing at his jokes.
Howard said that his father really was the life of the party from what he remembers. He said that he was always very well read and up on the news. He said that his mother was always laughing at what he said too. Margie said that Ben telling all of those jokes were probably a big influence on Howard and his career. Howard said that his father was always no nonsense and very opinionated. He said that there was a certain dynamic there that reminds him of his radio show.
Ray talked about how she would volunteer Ben's services to do things at their church and he'd be dressed up as a woman quite often. She said that Howard saw that and that probably made it easy for him to see stuff like that. Ben said that he used to play many female roles in those plays they'd put on at church.
Howard's Fear. 12/17/07. 6:20am
Jim talked about Ben's job working at a recording studio in the city. That led to Ben talking about the strange hours he had working that job. Ray said that he had a job that allowed them to go out and go to movies on the weekend.
Ben said he used to record himself singing at work and he'd bring home the records for the kids to listen to. He said that he had Shirley Jones come up and record in the studio one time and he sang for her. She told him that it was an awful performance though.
We heard an interview clip where Howard was asked about his father and what it was like growing up with him. In the clip we heard Howard talking about how his mother let him have a Playboy magazine when he was a young boy. He said that sex wasn't that big of a deal in his house. Ben and Ray came on and talked about how they weren't uptight about those things back then.
We heard a clip from Howard's show where he talked about his mother and how she always told him that he should be fearless but then she'd put fear into him when she'd tell him about how people died back when she was a little kid. Howard talked about the things that shaped him into the person he is and how she put all of this fear into him. He was doing an impression of his mother while talking about the crazy stuff she told him. He said he lives in a world of fear because of that.
Howard And His Sister Ellen. 12/17/07. 6:25am
Jim went on to talk about Howard's sister Ellen and how she used to use her advanced years to fool him and take advantage of him. She once made an agreement with him to let her watch the TV she wanted to watch for a full year. Howard didn't know what a whole year meant at that point though.
Howard said that his sister had some friends who were really hot and she'd bring them back to the house. He said he had a crush on one of them, Sharon Landis or something like that, and he always liked when she'd come over.
Howard said that some of her male friends weren't so great and they used to try and scare him all the time. He said that he and Ellen did get along though and things went pretty well for them over the years. He said that there were times when he was a little overwhelming for her though.
Ellen said that she didn't see Howard a lot when they were growing up because they were off doing their own thing most of the time. She said that they didn't really fight that much though. Ray said that Howard was good to her as a kid and he's kept that up. Ellen said that he's still wonderful to her and her kids. She said that he's also there for his own kids and she's very lucky to have him.
Howard The Puppeteer. 12/17/07. 6:30am
Jim moved off of Ellen and onto Howard's love of puppets, or marionettes as Ray reminded Ben as they were talking about them. Ben talked about how much fun Howard seemed to have doing these puppet shows for the family and friends.
Ben said that he could see Howard had fun with the marionettes. Ellen said that he would put on shows for his friends and he really kept people entertained. Margie was on again talking about Howard's comic book collection and things like that as well. She said that she would go over and read his comic books with him and watch his marionette shows that he put on. His other friends also talked about the stuff that they used to see over at his house when they were there. One of the guys said that he saw a nude magazine for the first time at Howard's house.
One of Howard's friends said that they actually got out of class to go do puppet shows and write them for class. Ben said that he used to help him out with that stuff and they did the Fiddler on the Roof puppet show at one point.
We heard another clip from Howard's show where he was talking about those years when he was doing his puppet shows. He said he did a lot of dirty puppet shows when he was around the age of 7. He said that he'd have pirates raping women and things like that. He said that it all got very perverted.
They also played a clip from ''Private Parts'' where Howard is doing a puppet show and having the characters having sex and then having them taken away from him.
Howard's friends said that they think that Howard was exaggerating about the puppet sex shows. They didn't remember that happening and it was much more innocent than he made it out to be.
Howard Discovers Radio. 12/17/07. 6:40am
Jim said that those puppets led to Howard getting into radio. They played some clips from some various radio shows from back in those days. They had clips of Cousin Brucie, Murray the K, The Good Guys and many others. Then we heard Howard talking about listening to the radio back then. Ben also talked about some of the stuff that was going on with radio back then and how they'd sit around listening.
Ben said that he brought Howard to temple to see one of these radio guys because he knew that he was kind of interested in radio stuff. Ben remembered talking to Howard about radio and what they thought was good and not so good about it back then.
We heard another clip from ''Private Parts'' where Howard's father was bringing him to his studio to watch him work.
Ben said that he used to bring Howard in to work to watch him work and they would see guys like Don Adams, Larry Storch and Wally Cox doing their thing for cartoons. Then we heard another clip from Howard's show where he was talking about the recording sessions and how some of them ended up on a Tennessee Tuxedo DVD that was released not too long ago. He played some of the clips where Ben was instructing the people in the studio on what they were doing. Howard said that Ben was very official sounding in those clips.
The Stern Family Recordings. 12/17/07. 6:45am
That stuff led to them talking about the personal recordings that Ben did with the family. The family recordings ended up being played on Howard's show. They became instant classics and also gave Howard ammunition against his father about verbal abuse.
Ben talked about how he would record the family at these sessions and Howard would get out of hand sometimes. He said he kept all of these tapes locked up for years. He said that if he knew that they'd turn into what they did, he never would have given them to Howard to play on his show.
We heard a clip from Howard's show where he first revealed the family tapes where he had his father yelling at him. Howard talked about how they all had to perform when they'd go there. He said his father would perform songs and stuff so he played some of that. That's when we heard Ben's ''Shut up, sit down!'' for the first time. In the clip Howard said that he could never yell at his kids like that.
Howard said those were some confusing things going on back then. He said that it was like his parents were asking him ''isn't this exciting?'' and then saying ''Don't get excited!'' Howard's mother asks ''what's wrong with you?'' during that clip so Howard explains that he was just a kid back then. He was just being a kid.
In that bit Howard said that his parents humiliated him on a daily basis. He went on to play some of his father singing and Jackie started laughing his ass off. Howard talked about how his father was laughing in that bit but he wasn't always laughing, he was miserable most of the time. Howard played the ''Shut up, sit down!'' clip a few times and then forwarded through the tapes and tried to find some other stuff. He heard himself playing the piano and screwing that up. He said he wishes he could still play that song that he was playing. He said he wouldn't give his kids piano lessons, he wouldn't want to have to sit and listen to that crap.
In another clip Ray was singing a song and Ben was yelling at her that she wasn't on the microphone. Then Howard forwards the tape and finds an interview that Ben did with him, when he was about 7. Ben asked him about why kids should go to religious services. Howard didn't know what to say and fumbled over his words and didn't say much of anything. Ben then asks Ellen what she thinks about the local football team. She talks about that for a minute and then Ben asks what they think about the United States remaining in the United Nations. Howard gives a goofy answer and Ben tells him ''I told you not to be stupid you moron...'' Howard laughed and said that he was just doing some funny stuff and his father freaked out on him. Jackie said that this was like a sitcom.
Howard continued to play the clips of his father asking all of these goofy questions. Ben asks some political questions and has Howard rambling about nonsense. He also talks to Ellen about the same stuff and neither of them gave good enough answers so he straightens them out on that.
Jim Forbes said that Ellen didn't think that Ben was like that all the time. She then comes on and said that he wasn't always yelling at Howard that way. Ben also had some things to say about that as well. He said that if he had tape of what Howard was doing before he yelled at him, then he'd have something to prove that he should be able to yell at him.
After that we heard more of the Tennessee Tuxedo recording sessions when Howard played them on the show. Howard talked about the way his father was so official and would tell him not to do anything stupid when they'd go into those recording sessions. He and Artie also talked about Ben's job and how he never made a huge amount of money. He did okay but he didn't ge
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