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Week of 5.21.18

Howard is watching Cobra Kai. He’s seen the first 3 episodes and really enjoying it. He loves all things Karate Kid. Howard says his favorite movies are Karate Kid, Rocky and Godfather, but when Richard says he’s watched Cheech and Chongs movies over a hundred times, Howard said he could never watch them that much, even though the Cheech and Chong movies Up in Smoke and Next Movie (which Richard said is better than the first) are still funny 40 years later. Said it was great that they had the real actor Stacy Keach playing the policeman in that movie. Again talk of  Sal’s cameo of Kevin Can Wait. Johnny Knoxville is in studio to plug his new movie. They talk Bad Grandpa and Jackass.

Week of Week 5.14.18

Sal did a cameo on Kevin Can Wait. Howard said it was good, but then found out that the show has been cancelled, so had to goof on him. Gary got a preview of the You Tube Red Series Cobra Kai which is a reboot of the Karate Kid. Howard was pretty upset, because he loved those movies and would have wanted to see it. Gary thought the fact that it was the entire season, a total of 10 hours, he wouldn’t have wanted to see it. Robin and Howard are excited to see the sequel of Get Out which was just announced. Snoop Dogg was in studio and he and Howard were talking about Tupac and how good the movie Juice was. Robin said it was great, too. Andy Cohen was in studio talking Beverly Hills Housewives and his reboot of Love Connection.

Week of 5.7.18

Howard still says he loves the Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker  and Fifty Shades Freed movies. Howard’s not even sure which of the three he’s seen. Robin and Gary said they are totally unwatchable. Howard said the girl’s not even that hot. Robin said, but she’s naked, and that’s what he likes-he agreed. He says he loves those shitty fucking movies. Gives them 5 stars. Robin said the last one went straight to video. Then Howard reminded Robin that she like Last Action Hero, and Pitch Perfect  which were awful, so he can’t listen to her movie recommendations anymore. Robin still says those movies are still great. Tonya Harding got voted off Dancing with the Stars. Says America is not ready to forgive her even after the movie about her life and shitty childhood, I, Tanya. Next day, Robin said she was wrong-Tonya didn’t get voted off. She’s still in the competition, so maybe America has forgiven her. Howard still is loving the reboot of Lost in Space, though he’s been too busy to watch all of them. Robin loves it too, especially the robot. Says the whole show should be about the robot.

Complaining about being edited in his Hall of Fame speech inducting Bon Jovi, he says the David Letterman show has edited him as well. Howard still loves Gotham, and the guy who played the Riddler, Cory Michael Smith,  was in studio. Said he was also in a show with Frances McDormond, Olive Kitteridge, and Robin and Howard said that mini series was really good. Howard was talking about Alfred Hitchcock and how he would be in trouble in this “MeToo” times. Said he was obsessed with Tippi Hedren. They even made a TV movie about how he abused her, The Girl.

Week of 4.30.18

Adam Sandler’s Netflix movie , The Week Of, with Ronnie as pal bearer #5, premiered last week. Howard says Ronnie laughs like the guy from Cape Fear. Mini Me from Austin Powers , Verne Troyer died. Tom Arnold was in studio to plug his new series Viceland: The Hunt for Trump Tapes. He and Howard talked about his long lasting friendship with Arnold Schwarzenegger after the making of True Lies. Jason saw  Avengers: Infinity War and said it was the best superhero movie ever. Said it was great, and that he saw it in a theater where they bring you your food right to your seat. But then Howard talked to him about all that he ate during the movie, and Howard said it turns out the experience was way better for Jason than the actual movie. Jason still claims he really loved the movie.

Week of 4.23.18 Vacation Week. Check out Marksfriggin.com and then look up movies and shows mentioned alphabetically at the top of this page.

Week of 4.16.18

Fred starts off Monday’s show with a clip of R. Lee Erney yelling at his recruits from Full Metal Jacket. Later, on Robin’s news, she mentioned he had died. They talked about some other movies he was in, but Howard said this was his best. Howard said the new reboot of Lost In Space was really good. Howard again won Best Hair in America, so Howard and the Naked Boys Choir break out into song from West Side Story. Robin can’t believe Rampage was number 1 at the box office because the Rock can’t act. She hasn’t seen it yet, but in previews she sees he only moves his eyebrows. Howard said he’s got the greatest eyebrow moves ever. On the WUS, Gary and Jon compare Stephanie and Ronnie’s relationship in the movie The Hustler. Claire Dane was in studio from Homeland. They talked about her former series, My So Called Life and movies Little Women and Romeo and Juliet.

Robin said she’s never seen Michelle Williams in a comedy when Howard was doing the promo for I Feel Pretty. She said she watched All The Money In The World and said that Michelle Williams was amazing; she said she deserved to be nominated for an Academy Award. Said it’s really good. She said the movie is notable for two things: Christopher Plummer replaced Kevin Spacey and you don’t miss him at all, and this is the movie that when they were reshooting the scenes without Kevin Spaces, Michelle Williams got practically no money and Mark Wahlberg was paid tons. She says Michelle Williams carries the entire movie. But Howard said she needs to grow a penis to get the big paycheck.

Week of 4.9.18

Talking about the death of a radio guy, and Howard said he was in Heart is a Lonely Hunter, a movie that only he says only he saw. Jeffrey Dean Morgan was in studio plugging his new movie Rampage. Howard loves him in Walking Dead. Howard also liked him in The Good Wife. Amy Schumer was in studio to plug her new movie I Feel Pretty. Gary said it was really funny. Richard had wanted to do a bit for the show that he got from the movie People Under the Stairs. The idea is that he would hide and then scare guests. Howard said no. Fred using Frankenstein noise clips from Ed Wood to play during tapes of evangelicals preaching.

Week of 4.2.18

Howard and Robin both said they watched the new Roseanne and really liked it. It got great ratings. Tracy Morgan was in studio plugging his new show, The Last O.G.  They also talked about 30 Rock and SNL. A caller asked Howard about Gotham and Howard said he really thinks it’s a great show and looks forward to watching it every week. He hasn’t seen the newest Black Lightening yet. Gary says the new movie Chappaquiddick is really good. Steven Speilberg’s new movie, Ready Player One is #1 at the box office. Robin says it looks really good from the previews. In Robin’s news, she announced that Producer Steven Bochco had died, who did Hill Street Blues, LA Law, Doogie Howser, MD and other shows. Talking about how good Allison Janey is in I, Tonya and the Robin says she’s great in the series Mom, but Howard says he doesn’t like sitcoms.

Wednesday’s show opens with JD not getting his full payout from the College Basketball pool. Fred plays the music from the Godfather as Howard talks to the guy who ran the pool. Fred also plays the “Act Like A Man!” and the clip from the wedding speech when JD doesn’t want Howard interfering to get him “justice.” Howard said he watched the first 15 minutes of Tracy Morgan’s new show The Last O.G.  and it was hilarious. Robin saw it too and liked it. King of All Blacks called in and said it fell apart in the end. Howard said he’ll watch the rest and make up his own mind.

Week of 3.26.18

Playing tapes from an Imus interview, and Howard said he looks like Roy Rodgers on Walking Dead. Either that or the guy who had his faced melt off in Indiana Jones. Talking of life on other planets, Howard said if they come here, all the women will want to fuck them, like in The Shape of Water. Tuesday’s show started with talk of how good Judd Apatow’s documentary The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling is. Howard says it’s really great. Roseanne Barr was in studio along with John Goodman plugging their new series reboot of Roseanne. They talked about John’s acting in Cloverfield and how good that was. Talking about big hit songs that could never be written today because of lyrics of young girls and being racist. A caller says Blazing Saddles  couldn’t be made today. Howard said look at Django Unchained. The caller said that the language was used as a way to illustrate how people really were back then. Robin said that Mel Brooks could say the same thing about Blazing Saddles, he just used humor.

Week of 3.19.18 Vacation Week Check out Marksfriggin.com, then look for movies mentioned by title across top of page

Week 3.12.18

Talk of the latest OJ interview and the Naked Gun movies. Talk of Elon Musk saying we needed to colonize the moon in case of World War III. Robin said that wouldn’t work, remember the Martian movie that every time they had to go outside, their eyeballs would bulge out. Howard reminded her that there was a movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger when he was on Mars and everyone’s eyes bugged out when they went outside but his, so that it should be safe after all. Fred played a clip of a scowling Bella Lugosi from Ed Wood.

Week of 3.5.18

Oscar talk. Mr. Skin in studio for his Anatomy Awards. Go to Mrskin.com and howardstern.com for links to scenes of movies discussed. Talking about how good Get Out is, especially one scene where he’s hypnotized. Howard like the Justice League, but didn’t think it was as good as the Avengers.

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Week of 2.26.18

Monday’s show opened with an audio clip from The King of Comedy. Howard said Red Sparrow is Fucking Awesome. It reminds him of the great movie Klute with Jane Fonda. There was a discussion of Black Panther versus other super heroes. Tuesday’s show opened with the clip of Lilly Tomlin breaking down during the shooting of I Heart Huckabees. Fred talking about Lurch from the Addams Family. Stephen Colbert is in studio talking about The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Our Cartoon President. Howard and Robin liked the season premier of Walking Dead. He’s watching and still enjoying the Bachelor.

Robin said one of Jon Voight’s Ray Donovan costars wished he would tone down his political rhetoric, so Robin played some of Jon Voight’s right-wing ramblings. Howard said he’s a great actor; was great in Midnight Cowboy, too, but now he’s a nut talking to Sean Hannity.  Jennifer Lawrence was in studio to plug Red Sparrow which Howard loved. They talked about Winter’s Bone, Silver Linings Playbook and Hunger Games. Jennifer said the only role she was sad she didn’t get was the role in Alice in Wonderland.

Talking of JD going out to dinner and eating antelope and other assorted endangered species:

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Week of 2.19.18 Vacation Week Check out Marksfriggin.com for show content, then look for movies by title across top of page.

Responding to a replay of JD’s failed camping trip:

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Week of 2.12.18 Vacation Week Check out Marksfriggin.com for show content, then look for movies by title across top of page.

Week 2.5.18

Talking about the Super Bowl commercials, Howard says he knows he wants to see the new Red Sparrow. He said it look really good, and all the girls weight just over 15 pounds. Robin said all the girls that are fighting really should be looking like Rhonda Rousey. Talking about the Andy Griffith Show and Bobo sniffing like Barney Fife when he’s about to say something he thinks is important.  And Joe Pesci from Goodfellows calling his friends you “little prick.” Howard thinks that Robert Downy Jr playing the Iron Man is the ultimate male hero. Richard shaved his eyebrows and they say it looks like the guy in The Hills have Eyes.  Howard played a clip from a Christian radio show host that said the movie The Shape of Water was about the devil. In response to Memet saying he’s the I, Tonya Tonya Harding of the show:

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Talking of Richard Christy’s lack of eyebrows:

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Week of 1.29.18

Talking about last night’s Grammy’s and one guy answering questions with one word like Lurch from the Addams Family. Howard again says how good I, Tonya is. Says it’s called a comedy, but he doesn’t see it that way. The mother is so mean, but there are a few funny parts. Howard watched The Legend of Tarzan and said it sucked. Howard’s talking about his limo having a boat radio, Fred plays the music from Titanic. Howard said to look up YouTube videos of Martin Short-he’s great. Discussion about a competition between Jason Bourne and John Wick. Robin said Bourne is smarter than Wick. One movie had Bourne stitching up his own wound, where Wick had to get stitched up by a veterinarian. Ralph says Counterpart on Stars is really good. Howard says Jamie Lee Curtis was at her hottest in True Lies. Lesbian caller says Grace and Frankie is great. Howard likes the shows Jean-Claude Van Johsnon, Brave, The Bachelor, and SEAL Team. Discussion about the movie Indecent Proposal and if people on the staff would take money for sex.

Week of 1.22.18

Lots of superhero movie talk. Howard says the DC movies aren’t as much fun as the Marvel ones. He’s not sure why. The only exception to that was Wonder Woman. Howard really liked Phantom ThreadThree Billboards and I, Tonya. Howard’s talking about the Academy Awards nominations. He’s seen all the movies but The Post and Dunkirk. He says all the movies nominated, The Shape of Water, I, Tonya, Call Me By Your Name. and Phantom Thread are really great, but he says if he has to choose, it’s Three Billboards. JD says that Howard shouldn’t watch Dunkirk on his iPhone; he needs to see it on the big screen. Ronnie said he read the book Donnie Brasco and has seen the movie about 10 times.

Week of 1.15.18 First Time Live on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday.

Caller agreed with Howard that The Darkest Hour was a great movie. Churchill was great. He stood up while the rest of Europe was taking it in the ass from Hitler. Howard said he finally saw Get Out. He said he hadn’t wanted to see a scary movie, but watched it and it was terrific. Robin really liked it, too. Fred uses Little Rascals’ sound bite for smells. Howard really liked Lady Bird, and both Howard and Robin loved the Shape of Water. Howard really liked Call Me By Your Name. Howard says the shows SEAL TEAM and The Brave should be examples to Ronnie on how to behave in the office.

Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda are coming in from Grace and Frankie. Both Robin and Fred really like the show. They talked about the great movies Jane had done: 9 to 5; On Golden Pond, Klute, Barbarella, Coming Home. Julia, China Syndrome. She said she’d been in bad movies, too, but didn’t say which ones she thought they were.

Tuesday’s show starts off with a clip from Ed Wood. Howard talks about his love of the Three Stooges and how Mo Howard was not a fun guy when he got old and would appear on talk shows-like Gilber’s impression of Old Groucho. Talking deodorant, Fred plays the Little Rascals sound byte. Trump screened The Darkest Hour and talked through the whole thing. Ralph says that’s so annoying. Ralph says I, Tonya is great. Howard and Robin agreed, but say it’s not a movie that anyone will see. You don’t go to a movie wanting to learn about Tonya Harding, but they say it’s great. Allison Janney is great as the mom; Ralph says she’s like a Darth Vader. Ralph also says that Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the best-it’s as good as the first three movies.

Howard liked Black Lightening. Says it’s pretty cool. Robin wonders why they don’t call the other superhero movies White Superman? She asks if the lightening is black. Howard says it’s pretty cool, there are black bad people that cops can’t seem to do anything about, so Black Lightening takes care of everything. He also likes the other black superhero show, Luke Cage. Ralph says the Netflix show Bright with Will Smith is good, too, even though it’s gotten pretty bad reviews. Talking about All The Money In the World re-shooting to take Kevin Spacey out of the movie and that Mark Wahlberg got much more money than Michelle Willams, but Howard said that Mark had written a no re-shoot clause into his contract, so they had to pay him more. Fred used the Robert De Niro laugh sound byte from Cape Fear.

Week of 1.8.18

Howard is still talking about The Darkest Hour, saying how great it was. Also, talking about Barbra Streisand as the only woman winning best director at the Golden Globes, he said her movie Yentl was really good. Jason says Runaways on Netflix is really good. He says it’s different than the books, but really good. Howard really liked Wonder Woman, though Jason thought she should be for the world, not just one man. Howard and Robin both said Logan was really good, as was Spider-Man: Homecoming. Robin says she thinks the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi was the best movie of 2017.

Week of 1.2.18 Back from Vacation. Happy 2018!

Howard has his list of movies he watched over the break that he’s recommending. He said both Ladybird and Call Me By Your Name were both really good. They were both coming of age films, and excellent. He and Robin had a discussion about Call Me By Your Name about if the guy was truly gay. Howard’s favorite movie he saw over the break was the Darkest Hour, the Winston Churchill one. He says Gary Oldman was great and the makeup to make him look the part wasn’t distracting. He said Churchill was a true patriot, and we need that kind of fucker now. He liked the documentary about the MMA wrestler Conner McGregor. He seems like just a great guy, happy go lucky, always smiling. Robin thought he was kind of creepy. Jason and Robin really liked the new Star Wars, Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Said it was as good as the original ones in the 70’s. Ralph didn’t like it, and Robin said it was because this movie took the characters to a different place.

Jean-Claude Van Damme is in a series where he’s Jean-Claude Van Johnson and Howard said it’s really good. He’s looking forward to more shows, as he’s going to be time traveling. Robins said it sounds like a porn show. Robin said the new Dave Chappel specials are really good.  Howard and JD really liked Phantom Thread. Howard said it’s a slow moving movie, but then, holy shit, you’re caught up in it. He again said Novitiate is an excellent movie about a woman becoming a nun. He said it’s like a doctor going through hell internships to become a doctor, and then making sure the young guys coming up have to go through the same hell. It’s just crazy what this woman goes through. Howard says Annette Bening in The Grifters was really hot. Talking of Benjy living in a dorm, Howard said it was like Van Wilder.

Week of 12.25.17  Vacation Week. Go To MarksFriggin.com for a complete rundown of shows and look up movies mentioned by letter across top of this page.

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Week of 12.11.17

Show opens with a clip from The Godfather. Howard said Fred told him to watch a Netflix documentary about David Bowie, and Howard said it was awful. All talking and no music. He said there was another one called Nick Ronson, the man by Bowie’s side that also had no music, or they didn’t have enough money to get the real music, so used music like Bowie’s. Jason said review said it was horrible. Fred said he heard lots of interesting stuff and thought it was good. Howard said he doesn’t care how much Bowie paid in rent. Robin said the documentary 5 Years was all good, because it was all music. He had seen a documentary on the Stones that showed them in studio and background singers. Robin said 8 Days a Week was incredible. Robin said she saw a movie called Dark Tourist. JD thought that was funny-he thinks Robin only watches classy movies. It was about people who go to places where bad things have happened. Howard said Novitiate was a really good movie, one of the best movies that Howard had ever seen. It was real dark, all the actors were great. He wondered who would watch it, but it is really good. He said it couldn’t see it in any theaters. He says This is Us makes him cry every time. It’s really good. Alec Baldwin was in studio. Howard said he loves him in Glengarry Glen Ross. He said Jerry Seinfeld said the scene where’s he’s telling the guys how to sell, is the best comic scene ever. Tuesday’s show opened with a Rodney Dangerfield clip from Caddyshack. Howard said the entire latest episode of Walking Dead was shot at night and even with his advanced equipment, he couldn’t see anything.

Week of 12.4.17

Bono and the Edge were in studio and talked about a movie about their band, U2. Howard said Lady Bird is really good. James Franco was in studio. They talked about The Interview

and James Dean. James also talked about watching the Andy and Jim documentary, the documentary about the making of the Man on the Moon, saying it was kind of like how it was playing Tommy Wiseau while directing the movie as Tommy Wiseau. He was in to plug his new movie, The Disaster Artist, which is based on Tommy Wiseau who directed The Room. Howard said he needs to see the original The Room. He can’t imagine it can really be that bad. Howard and Robin said this movie was great. James brought in the real Tommy Wiseau for Howard to interview. JB Smoove was in studio from Curb Your Enthusiasm.

JD Tweeted: I lOVED “Phantom Thread”… in top 3 of my fave PTA movies. It’s beautiful and mean. I highly recommend.



Week of 4.3.17

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