From “Baba Booey” to “Hit ’em with the Hein,” check out some of the best Stern Show references in “MLB The Show 17” from Sony exclusively on Playstation 4. YOU can order the game with the link below the video :
With The Howard Stern Show three years away from the end of the latest SiriusXM five year contract for the show ending, what will the future hold for The Howard Stern Show ????
Rumor has it that the one and only Jimmy Kimmel might step in for the retiring Howard Stern and take over the show , after his contract ends on Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC.
Jimmy Kimmel might be the only one that could possibly replace The King Of All Media , as Kimmel is a huge superfan of the show and gets “It” I think the respect that Jimmy has for Howard and for the show , it might be a smooth transition. We have had more Jimmy Kimmel in the studio as of late, and we might just get more as time goes by , and the transition slowly starts to take place.
Nothing is written in stone, and we still have a long way to go with this, but if I could see anyone step up to the plate it would be Jimmy Kimmel to replace Howard Stern on SiriusXM. Time will tell …..
Richard Simmons the weight loss guru hasn’t been seen in public in over a year. Many people are worried about Richard’s health and well being as many are saying he’s being controlled by a maid of the house in which he lives. Since the early 80’s i’ve always enjoyed Richard Simmons from his early days on General Hospital to his many appearances on The Howard Stern Show. There is a new podcast out there that is getting some publicity as its called Missing Richard Simmons as it tries to find out the real reason Simmons left the public eye. I hope Simmons is ok and happy, as I always thought of him as a sad little clown.
Bill Paxton the amazing actor in movies such as Twister, Titanic and more passed away on Sunday February 26th . Paxton was 61 years old and passed away from complications from heart surgery. Here is Bill Paxton along with Judd Nelson on The Howard Stern Show Channel 9 show. R.I.P Bill
Here are some great movies from Bill Paxton :
The worlds biggest female bodybuilder and long time Howard Stern wackpacker has died, Nicole Bass was 52. I met Nicole once , but talked on the phone with her many times and she was always a very funny and sweet person. She will be missed. She made it from The Howard Stern Show to the WWF and did it her way. R.I.P Nicole…..Here are some of THE BEST moments….
Filmed on Venice Beach, Florida over several days in February, 2017… but One-Take KC nailed this on the first take… of course!
Jeff “the Drunk” Curro covers “Everything I Love,” a song written by Harley Allen and Carson Chamberlain, and recorded by American country music singer Alan Jackson. It was released in January 1997 as the second single and title track from his album of the same name. The song reached number 9 on the U.S. country singles charts .