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NBC Revives Howard Stern

Groobiecat Wrote: May 18, 2012 8:59 AM
"They just never stop believing that shock will sell." LOL. Really. So, Fox, which aired, "Who's your daddy," where one adoptee faced off against 25 potential daddies for a chance at a payday and a paternal figure, and if the adult-child guessed which man did the deed, it meant $100,000 and a reunion. One wrong guess meant the money went to the convincing false father. --that's not outrageous? That's family values? That's not shock TV? Right. So, the mirror, apparently, points outwardly...
RepubRob2 Wrote: May 18, 2012 1:29 PM your research before you post, will you? This has nothing to do with Fox News, which I assume you were lamely attempting to slander.
McGovern Wrote: May 18, 2012 9:02 AM
What's your point?

No one here will defend the FOX network's evening lineup.

You seem to be confusing FOX News with the FOX entertainment network.

Howard Stern has not been missed since he took his smutty shtick off the airwaves and onto the unregulated Sirius satellite radio. His super fans -- the brainiacs still playing their VHS tapes of a Stern show called "Butt Bongo Fiesta" -- have made the satellite radio chiefs happy, but Stern has almost vanished as an icon of pop culture. He even scaled back his radio schedule to three days a week, semi-retiring.

So why in the blazes would NBC make the decision to revive his career by bringing him on as a judge of their summer talent show...