Howard Stern’s 10 Most Memorable Moments [VIDEOS]

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Let’s all wish a happy birthday to The King Of All Media, Howard Stern! Howard Stern has been on the radio for almost forty years, and in that time he has become one of the most famous radio personalities in history. His sense of humor has earned him millions of devoted fans and devoted enemies. To celebrate his birthday, we found ten of the best Stern moments in history.

Artie belittles his personal assistant live on the air, claiming that Howard instigated some kind of mess. Let this be a lesson for any would-be entertainment industry ladder-climbers. Prepare to get humbled with a guy who really needs his job. To add injury to insult, Artie lays the smackdown, too…

This video eatures the lavish home of show favorite Beetle Juice. Beetle Juice takes you through both stories of his beautiful home and the intricacies of taking a dump…

Hank the Angry Dwarf is confronted by another dwarf who calls in to say that Hank is a disgrace to midgets and other little people with long heads and short limbs…

Fartman flies over the crowd of the Video Music Awards. Spectators (including Ross Perot) learn a basic concept of comedy –“farts equal funny.” Years later, Sacha Baron Cohen will go to the awards with the same routine

Howard Stern held his own on the O’Reilly Factor, while Bill tried to reduce Stern’s contributions to radio to toilet humor and to 4-letter words…

Gary is given the nickname “Baba Booey” on this classic segment. Gary’s new hobby becomes comedy gold after he mispronounces the name of the cartoon character Baba Looey

Rosanne and Tom Arnold air out dirty laundry with Howard. When Howard inquires about Rosanne’s divorce, Tom Arnold ends up on the phone to tell his side of the story. Rosanne, clearly still pissed off, holds nothing back. And Tom just sounds guilty as hell…

Billy West makes his debut on the Howard Stern Show. The characters he did on Howard paved the way for his work as Stimpy on Ren and Stimpy, and eventually led to Futurama. And let’s not forget when Billy was confronted by the creator of Ren and Stimpy. John K. claims that his original crew was fired due to creative differences with Nickelodeon, but that Billy stayed on to do not only Stimpy’s voice, but also Ren’s

Andrew Dice Clay calls up the Howard Stern show to talk about his beef with Jackie and tp make up excuses for his career. You’ve never heard Jackie get so quiet

Howard Stern’s “Wack Pack,” gets together to parody one of the most memorable super bowl commercials ever. Beetle Jjuice, High Pitch Eric, and the others said “wussssssuuuuuup!”

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