Monthly Archives: July 2011

Joe Pesci sues Stuttering John

Maybe Howard Stern Show ex-cast member Stuttering John and the fellow producers of the forthcoming John Gotti biopic didn’t hear, but Joe Pesci “don’t shine shoes no more”.

Pesci is currently suing Fiore Films, the production company in charge of the forthcoming biopic ‘Gotti: In the Shadow of My Father,’ stating that the company hired him to play Gotti’s crew chief Angelo Ruggiero $3 million dollars and the tried to downgrade both his role and his salary.

“Defendant has no intention of paying Pesci $3 million or having him portray Ruggiero in the film,” the lawsuit states. “Rather plaintiff secretly planned to use Pesci’s name and likeness to promote the film and then to later concoct some pretext for terminating the contract so as to avoid paying plaintiff anything for the substantial publicity and ‘buzz’ that was generated.”

Pesci claims he recently packed on 30 pounds in preparation for playing the role of Gotti’s crew chief Ruggiero, helped promote the film and then received notice that he had been recast in the lesser role of Anthony “Gaspipe” Casso, who attempted to assassinate Gotti at one point.

Howard Stern commented on Pesci’s lawsuit during Thursday morning’s satellite radio broadcast, chuckling:

“Leave it to Stuttering John to produce a movie that’s $3 million in the hole.”

Bubba Update

Bubba The Love Sponge and another local DJ get into a heated exchange live on the radio this morning over the song posted below.

Hows Bubba doing after leaving SiriusXM Radio? Looks like his web traffic has fallen about 50% since leaving Howard 101.

Sheen’s Goddess Bree Olson

Last week on the Howard Stern Radio Show, former pornstar, former “goddess” and the current cover girl of Playboy magazine, Bree Olsen, was in the studio to promote her Playboy cover, but to answer all of the “Charlie Sheen” questions.

Bree is a longtime fan and friend of the show and has always been comfortable in the studio. In fact, she won the crown of “World’s Biggest Whore” on the Stern Show back in October before the whole goddess thing started.

We quickly learned that Bree did not like fellow goddess Natalie Kenly and did not find her attractive at all. Brooke Mueller was another story though, she did enjoy their “time” together. She also did admit that Charlie was not the most famous guy she has screwed. Howard flat out asked the question, “Is Charlie Crazy?” Bree had a hard time answering. She muttered no eventually, but quickly moved back on topic with the whole goddess situation.

As for Charlie, Bree said she tried to talk him out of his breakdown on a daily basis saying he was pissing his life away. Obviously he did not listen and she ended up leaving. When Howard asked if she would have sex again with him, she couldn’t answer that question as well.

We did learn that Bree is currently in love with a “college guy” and hopes to do some mainstream work instead of porn. She WILL screw a director for a role by the way. As for the college guy, she seemed a bit put off that he was a career college student, but it must not bother her that much.

Joey Boots Booey bombs CNN

This past weekend, CNN reporter Susan Candiotti was reporting live from Gracie Mansion when a man in a bear tee-shirt jumped into frame and started yelling. At first it looked like it was just a random fan, but it turned out to actually be a Stern contributor/actor who goes by Joey Boots. “Baba Booey Baba Booey Howard Sterns Penis”

Artie Lange’s new book titled Crash and Burn

Artie Lange talked about writing his second book, tentatively titled ‘Crash and Burn,’ during Thursday’s appearance on Joe Matarese’s ‘Fixing Joe’ podcast.

“It’s going to be called ‘Crash and Burn’ as of right now, and it’s going to be about—the crashing and the burning. That’s a working title. It’s going to have a lot of stories where I’m baring my soul a little bit. There’ll be some stuff from my teenage years and just stuff I remember, like there were kids I looked up to and I realize that my psyche was screwed up at an early age.”

“I feel like a new person. Ive never felt this good in my life. Never—mentally, physically—I mean, I could still use a few sit-ups at this point.”