With Superbowl LII coming this Sunday, which has The Philadelphia Eagles Vs. The New England Patriots, We look back on The Howard Stern Show and the wild and wacky Superbowl parties they use to throw on the air.
The parties were fun and wild, with massage girls , strippers and yea some football thrown in there. Here are some great clips from some great Superbowl parties of the past :
Star Trek , Allegiance Broadway show star and Howard Stern Show announcer George Takei made a great impression on The Superbowl audience with his new Pizza Hut commercial . Ohhh Myyyy we love George Takei on Superfanworld.com . Mr. Takei’s Broadway show Allegiance will be playing across the country in movie theaters on February 19th. Go to Allegiance for all ticket news .
While millions of Americans tune in to Sunday’s Super Bowl, another intense competition will be going down at the same time: the fourth annual Kitten Bowl. This big game, however, involves slightly more cuddly players; considered the “ultimate feline catsravaganza,” it’s a must-watch for cat lovers. Fluffy kittens are put into “teams” on a field filled with obstacles like hamster balls and tunnels. Depending on the cats’ abilities to navigate the obstacles, their team moves the ball towards a touchdown. Tricky!
The teams in the running for Sunday’s playoffs include the Last Hope Lions, Boomer’s Bobcats, Northshore Bengals, and Home & Family Felines, and their lineups are stacked. Tom Bratty Cat, for instance, is described as “intimidating” and plays “quartercat,” while the “halfcat” Spuds MacMuffin is known for thinking “outside the litter box.” (You can read up on all the kittens in advance.)
One final fun feline fact: all of the “cathletes” for this year’s Kitten Bowl were actually adopted. Watch a preview of the action above, or switch to the Hallmark Channel Sunday to see the claw-filled action live at noon, with announcing from Beth Stern, New York Yankees voice John Sterling, and more.
Do you like watching drooling adorable puppies than Tom Brady ? If you answered yes to these question, then you will probably be among those tuning in to Puppy Bowl XIII instead of Super Bowl LI on Sunday. Airing from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET (noon to 2 p.m. PT) and repeating throughout the day, Animal Planet’s annual mini-gridiron competition, which is designed to promote pet adoption, will feature dozens of dogs from rescues and shelters dragging chew toys across the goal line and into your surely melting hearts.