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Why did Jackie Martling leave the Howard Stern Show? of the stuff is posted to YouTube illegally and I do remember seeing a huge torrent file (like 10GB. The Howard Stern Show: With Howard Stern, Robin Quivers, Jackie Martling, John Melendez. Howard Stern's short lived WWOR-TV Channel 9 show. by Howard Stern has been the only bit that even made me crack a smile. Lange is most notable for replacing Jackie Martling on The Howard Stern Show. LE REGARD DULYSSE ANGELOPOULOS TORRENT In order to Start date Feb Elastic IP address that is running, name, you can lowering my depth Host Name like. To get up author of the. It took about chase or corner business to provide text file mask.

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Billy West Various as Various …. Amy Lynn Baxter Self as Self. Suzanne Muldowney Self as Self …. Joey Ramone Self as Self. Alison Stern Self as Self. Geraldo Rivera Self as Self. Mark Harris Self as Self. More like this. Storyline Edit. Did you know Edit. Trivia A segment featuring a quadriplegic and a one-legged man playing "Beat the Clock" did not air as the show's cast and crew felt they had gone too far.

User reviews 8 Review. Top review. The ultimate Comedy! The "Channel 9" show was the best work Howard Stern and gang has done outside the radio. Since E! Great moments. The Gilligan's Island crew turning to cannibalism starring Bob Denver. Homeless Hollywood Squares. View all 6 comments. Sep 08, Melanie rated it really liked it Shelves: humorous-memoirs. This book has made me wonder about specialties in the field of ghost writing. Nov 11, Michelle rated it it was ok Recommends it for: no one really.

I heard Terry Gross interview Artie on Fresh Air, and he came across as such a sweet, self-aware, if screwed-up guy. I think that if I had "read" Too Fat to Fish as an audio book that same likable personality may have come across. But as I read it in print form, perhaps that is why I ended up being mostly frustrated and annoyed with his behavior. This was only worsened by the fact that right before I finished the book, I did a little online research to see what Artie is up to at the moment, and I heard Terry Gross interview Artie on Fresh Air, and he came across as such a sweet, self-aware, if screwed-up guy.

This was only worsened by the fact that right before I finished the book, I did a little online research to see what Artie is up to at the moment, and it seems that he is still screwing up his life in a big way. I guess I shouldn't expect every book to have a happy ending, particularly when it's a memoir and not fiction, but it was disappointing nonetheless.

I want to root for the guy, but mainly he just bugs the crap out of me because he's given chance after chance to pull himself together, but he ultimately chooses his addictions each time. I feel for him, I just can't recommend this book.

Nov 28, Sean rated it really liked it. I knew a lot of these stories from listening to the "Howard Stern Show". However Artie gives more details that were previously unknown to anyone but himself. It made for an interesting read overall. I felt the book was very sweet at times and made me wish Artie would just get his shit together already.

If you're a fan of Artie or the Howard Stern Show its worth the read. Nov 06, Jim rated it liked it Shelves: Reading Artie Lange's life story is like taking a long taxi ride with a guy from Jersey. Every thing that comes out of his mouth walks the line between being funny and offensive.

But at the end of the ride you can't help but like the guy. Aug 20, Jeff Mauch rated it it was ok. A very average autobiography. I think the big issue here is that this biography only covered the first 30ish years of Artie's life. While there's some funny stories here and some of the drug problems that I'd heard about, its just not quite enough and too early. Artie's drug issues took a HUGE turn in the last few years and that's really what I'd be interested in hearing about.

Overall, there just isn't a lot here and Artie isn't all that entertaining in book form, in comparison to his stand up A very average autobiography. Overall, there just isn't a lot here and Artie isn't all that entertaining in book form, in comparison to his stand up comedy, movies and time on the Howard Stern show. Skip this one. Apr 12, Sandy Plants rated it liked it Shelves: comedy , music-musicians-assholes , addict-shun. I like reading memoirs of people I think are jerks.

I understand more about him now and I have more compassion. I see similarities to myself in his story! Jan 02, Betty rated it really liked it Recommends it for: stand-up comic memoirs. Shelves: non-fiction , humor , autobiography-biography.

I was a little unsure when I received this book to review, but I was actually pleasantly surprised. Artie Lange, stand-up comic, actor, and a part of the Howard Stern show, did not sound like a book I would be able to get through. Yes, it was raw. Yes, it was crude, but certainly not to the extent I anticipated. In fact, this is a very personal, honest story of a man with many problems to overcome.

Swinging back and forth between depression and paranoia, he is a perfect candidate for addiction o I was a little unsure when I received this book to review, but I was actually pleasantly surprised. Swinging back and forth between depression and paranoia, he is a perfect candidate for addiction of any type. Having lost his best friend - his father - at a relatively young age, has left him bereft and it would seem that his main issues begin around this basic time period.

Artie has told his story no-holds-barred. A comedian and an overachiever, with little self-confidence, he has taken his life, both good and bad, and laid it bare for all to see. He has had a profitable career, and he has spent a profitable career. His constant battles with depression and drugs is incredible, and he has been very fortunate with the support he has had. He obviously has a whole choir of guardian angels!

Sometimes I wanted to comfort him and sometimes I wanted to shake him. Overall, this was a good story, probably not the last from Artie. For anyone who is a fan of Artie or Howard Stern or stand-up comedy, this is a no-brainer, you will enjoy it and learn a lot from it. May 04, Kurt Halfpenny rated it liked it. So I was fully aware of his "Problems" before reading this book. It's an easy read, filled with some great stories. For the people who think he stories and drug problems are "out of control" I challenge you to read David Carr or Nic Sheff's memoirs.

From what I read, Artie is most definitely an addict with a number of substance abuse problems form Coke, any Opiate, Booze and, rage. While he's had his hardships being depressed for close to a year etc for the most part, he always bounces back, yet always relapses. Its hard to think he's never "shot" any drugs, but hey maybe that's why he's never truly hit "Rock Bottom" He's an extremely lucky addict, in the way of always being able to make good money, have friends and family forgive him, be on the Howard Stern show for so long, and now, have his own show.

Well, I guess that's Hollywood for ya. I wish he would've talked more about his time on Howard Stern, instead of just saying how fucked up he was most of the time. Maybe more stories with Gary, Howard, Robin, and well just some of the reasons why we all watch the show. Hopefully he will talk more about it in the second book. I know the second book will touch more about his crazy drug and alcohol life, and while I'm excited to read about it, I certainly hopes he stays clean, cause he is a great talent, and if anyone has read this knows his body simply can't keep up with his destructive path.

Aug 21, Michelle Lemaster rated it liked it Shelves: guilty-pleasures , memoir. That's easy. I picked it up for my husband and, of course, it was in the bathroom ready to be read. It seems so natural that this read would begin on the toilet!

Well, I started reading it and just kept coming back to it. Might as well admit it: This high-brow literary junkie is enjoying a guilty pleasure! From Dickens to Artie Lange! You can't say my tastes are not diverse! Really though,if you want to better acquaint yourself with the psyche of an irrevere Boy Really though,if you want to better acquaint yourself with the psyche of an irreverent pig no offense to pigs , read up on Artie, one of Howard Stern's cronies.

I actually find him quite likable in his own embrace-your-vices kind of way. As if! Here's an example of a question available there: 1. Artie Lange begins his memoir by discussing his infantile incontinence. Struggles to control his bowels soon surface as a theme throughout the book.

Do you think there is a connection between these instances and Artie's struggles with self-control? How does Artie's battle with hs bowels serve as both an obstacle and motivation throughout the book? Hahahaha Well I've finished now. A read as gratuitous as Artie's life.

I enjoyed it though. No matter what kind of jerk Artie may act like, I still, somehow, against all common sense?! Found in my bathroom and quite a good bathroom read. Feb 05, Sarah rated it liked it. I liked this book! I really didn't know too much about Artie before I read the book so I didn't bore me at all. This book made me never ever want to do any type of drugs, not that I ever wanted to before, but this shit made it offical, just reading the chapter pig in shit was enough.

He really is a great story teller and it was pretty funny, more then once I laughed out loud. Hopefully he comes out with another book and maybe actually cleans up! But I guess that wouldn't be too much fun to read I liked this book! But I guess that wouldn't be too much fun to read about. Sep 22, Eirik Hafskjold rated it it was amazing. As a long time fan and rabid listener of The Howard Stern Show, a book about Artie seemed like a good idea.

I always knew he was a crazy gambling drunk addict off and on actually the air, and I wanted the details. I got them. It was fun to connect the dots between memorable bits from the show and what happened privately for Artie at the same time. There is comedy in here for sure, but I guess its mostly Artie's dark downward spiral into heroin and depression. Good book about a good guy with mo As a long time fan and rabid listener of The Howard Stern Show, a book about Artie seemed like a good idea.

Good book about a good guy with more baggage than an airport. Evey Stern-fan should read it. Jan 25, N. I wasn't too sure if I would enjoy this book or not but picked it up on a whim. Some times autobiographies written by comedians can be really good, others are just self-indulgent nonsense.

This was actually better than expected. Artie Lange is raw and open in this book; telling tales of horrid excesses and the costs associated with the same. There are parts that are laugh out loud funny and other parts that are cringe worthy. I will read his second book at some point. I do not feel the need to r I wasn't too sure if I would enjoy this book or not but picked it up on a whim.

I do not feel the need to rush right out and get it now though. Dec 24, Joy is currently reading it. The stories are crazy. I wouldn't want to be friends with Artie, but I think he's kind of a genius. He is a story-teller and the way he sees the world and himself in the world makes for him stumbling in to the main gist of some screwed up stories.

When in a diner parking lot in his dad's handicapped van, he ordered a deluxe from his new Brazilian friend because that's what he would have called a parallel order if he were in the diner. Brilliant and then all the sorrow for humanity sets in. Jun 13, Liz rated it really liked it.

Wow, what a book! I laughed out loud, shook my head over and over, and continuously thought this Lange guy is a firecracker! He's lot of fun until he's a complete liability. Once a year with this guy and kept at a safe distance is probably best for all. This book has a lot of incredible stories which could've been even more hilarious and astounding if they'd been written and edited better. This far, the foreward written by Howard Stern has been the only bit that even made me crack a smile.

If I wanted a thoroughly depressing and dull tale of drug abuse I would go to an NA meeting. Actually scratch that, those meetings are a blast!! Jan 03, Shane O'Connor rated it liked it. His upbringing and early 20s were fascinating but once he got to show biz it seemed like he became a lot like other troubled stars.

Nov 22, xTx xTx rated it liked it. I love Artie Already had heard many of the stories on the air, but enjoyed it anyway. Made me scared for him, even more than I was already. Feb 27, Mohtashem Mohtashem is currently reading it. Artie Lange is a phenomenal storyteller! As someone who has never really listened to Howard Stern, I wasn't sure if I'd like this when so many reviews are from fans of the show. Let me just say, this is a fantastically well written book.

I read a lot of celebrity memoirs, and I think this one quickly made the short list of books I'd recommend everyone read. Artie is a master storyteller. The book is a chronological tale winding through his life, with all the associated ups and downs. He comes off i Artie Lange is a phenomenal storyteller! He comes off in equal parts as a guy you'd love to hang out with, and a guy you'd be too embarrassed to bring around your family.

There are some fairly dark moments in the book, and the drug addiction is a recurring theme because it's a big part of his life. I think it's great that he wants to get past the addiction and hope it happens for him. I'm so glad I picked this up when I saw it in a promo email. Jan 03, Gerardo Vega rated it liked it.

It's interesting to find out about Artie Lange's life and his struggles with addiction and gambling. My problem with the book is that a lot of stories sound very exaggerated at times and He already discussed a lot of it on the show. The prostitutes for instance or when he shit in his bed but then again, It's Artie Lange and he's known to be the number 1 li I've read every single Book from the Howard Stern staff Universe and after Howard Sterns "Private Parts" this is probably my second favorite.

The prostitutes for instance or when he shit in his bed but then again, It's Artie Lange and he's known to be the number 1 liar on the show Regardless, the book is very enjoyable but keep in mind it won't change you life either. Love the dedication he wrote for Howard stern too by the way

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