First, I am a Howard Stern listener since 1988. I am proud to say that his show makes me laugh out loud a couple times a day, minimum.
Not only was this a perfect parody of a pageant from the 80's and early 90's, it is packed with laughs. The opening Michael Jackson skit is VERY VERY funny. Many of the skits were more timely, like the Ted Danson/Whoopi Goldberg bit. Does anyone even remember that he showed up to the Friars in black face?
My favorite was the Sienfeld song, "At Seventeen". Again, would people even remember that he dated a girl who was still in high school at that time?
For as "free form" and loose as Howard can be, this is a tight show. It moves quickly and is loaded with laughs. If you are not a Howard fan, you are either not smart enough to bother with him, or you are missing the greatest show/performer in the history of entertainment.
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