The days of Stern using butt cheeks as bongos and sponsoring women’s boobs for implant surgery have just faded away and now the 65 yr old has said that his interviews in radio before satellite days make him feel sick.
He proudly talks about his development as he was disappointed by his co-anchor Artie Lange who constantly stated that the ex-radio jockey disappeared “soft” and “lost the anti-establishment edge that prompted 20 million listeners to tune into The Howard Stern Show weekly.”
In his latest interview on his first book which was back after 25 yrs in the name Howard Stern Comes Again which was released on May 14th he shared his nightmare from his cancerous days that pushed him to step down from his career and ‘how his “dinner party approach” of interviewing feels better to him now than his method for years of “bashing someone in the face with a sledgehammer.”’
Emphasizing his growth he reminisces his interview with Gwyneth Paltrow where he was more candid with her. Speaking on it he said: “Had I said to her, ‘Gwyneth Paltrow, do you blow your husband?’ I’m an asshole,” he says. “But, sure enough, we start talking, and she’s fascinating, and I’m getting to know her, and then she goes: ‘One of the things you can do to make your man happy, ladies, is, like, sometimes in the middle of a fight, I just blow him. It ends everything.’ So, she took me there.”
On the contrary, Howard talks about his worst interview he had with Robin Williams. Sharing on the experience he said: “I loved Robin Williams, but there I am beating him over the head with, like, ‘Hey, I hear you’re fucking your nanny?’ I could have had a great conversation, but I’m playing to the audience,” he says. “They want to hear outrageousness, and that’s my arrogance thinking that Robin Williams can’t entertain my audience. How stupid am I?”
Conan and his fellow Harvard Lampoon writers prank Bill Cosby with a fake award back in the 80's. pic.twitter.com/7Ahua6n12I
— Brian Stack (@BrianStack153) February 26, 2015