HOWARD STERN MIGHT CHANGE LATE NIGHT TV FOREVER

If Howard Stern takes over Jimmy Fallon’s timeslot as a late night host when and if Jimmy replaces Leno, it will be a first. Late night talk show hosts have almost without exception been experienced standup comics, and occasionally improvisational comics. While Howard is undeniably funny, he’s no joke teller, so his show will be radically different from what we’re accustomed to, and that might be a good thing – or a bad thing. We know he’s great at interviewing celebrities, but is that enough? Probably. We have a feeling Howard will be a breath of late night fresh air.

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Posted by Janet on March 7, 2013

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  1. By Hello
    On March 7, 2013 at

    Out of jay leno’s dead hands is when he will let go of that mic esp to howard stern to get on any mic.
    Howard is a great interviewer, I doubt net bosses will allow him to ask the tough questions to his guests. He wants to be on tv he has to kiss ass.

  2. By Justine
    On March 7, 2013 at

    I would watch religiously. I love Howard. Strippers and nakedness aside, Howard is hilarious, insightful and intelligent.

  3. By sherry lynee
    On March 7, 2013 at

    There is never ‘enough’ money for this Jewish man.

  4. By abe
    On March 7, 2013 at

    yep, his haircut isn’t exactly jay leno’s.

  5. By John
    On March 7, 2013 at

    Look at that fake expression on Fallon’s face. He’s a poor excuse for a talk show host and he’s going to replace Leno? The Conan fiasco redux is coming.

  6. By Natalie
    On March 8, 2013 at

    I think Howard is a smart guy. I hate the bimbos and strippers routine, but let him do something original and new that doesn’t include that seedy crap. Besides, who even watches late night? If Howard was on, I imagine ratings would increase, and that’s really the name of the game. I could see possible issues with getting guests, however, because they want to go on and talk about nothing instead of really be interviewed.

  7. By pusssykatt
    On March 8, 2013 at

    I hate the monologues and crap that goes on before they get to the guests. Finally someone who will actually give the guests more air time then they do telling their crummy jokes and skits.

  8. By anonTWO
    On March 8, 2013 at

    Stern had his moment…. in 1995.

    Just no relevant anymore.

  9. By George Charlton
    On March 8, 2013 at

    I did not know that Howard Stern was still active. It might be fun to see him in action again once or twice but he talks “too dirty” in the same way every time, & I quickly get tired of him. I remember that our father use to hate him.

  10. By Bu
    On March 8, 2013 at

    Howard would be great!

  11. By Mcgilh
    On March 9, 2013 at

    Howard is a brilliant commentator on our culture. The sex shtick is secondary to his insight and realism. I’d rather see him replace Leno! Or Obama!

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