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Howard Stern‘s longtime head writer Jackie Martling opened up on the King Of All Media’s “hurtful” wedding and birthday party snubs, shared behind-the-scenes details of his departure, and commented on the radio icon’s 180 degree turn on cats.
Los Angeles has millions of picture windows, and I spent the summer of 1991 making them so clean that birds could fly right into them and die.
I had come from New York, with a pixie cut and a 15-year-old’s inflated sense of sophistication, to visit my dad, who was writing screenplays and doing odd jobs to pay the rent.
Was he the one man who would really say what so many men were actually thinking?
Was my dad, a man I loved, a man who spoke kindly to old women and taught me about literature, capable of seeing the world that way, too?
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I liked watching him charm the old ladies who always asked if he was a struggling actor. As a teenage girl, few things were more seductive to me than being let in on a world of male secrets.(In 1992 he released an hour-long video called that sold more than 200,000 copies and made more than million.) He often invited Playboy bunnies onto his show to endure sniveling inquiries about “lesbian” sex or graphic descriptions of how he’d imagined having sex with them.Disregarding the racially tense atmosphere — the Rodney King beating had just happened that March — Howard frequently managed to combine his racism and his misogyny into a single joke: I’d like to say that this was shocking and foreign to me at the time, but everything he said reinforced subtle messages that had been making me queasy for years.judge’s longtime agent, Don Buchwald, as the comic was the only one among the show’s principal players who Buchwald didn’t represent.“Maybe it was Buchwald’s way of saying, ‘You can be replaced this easily,’ for whatever reason, it was absolutely rude,” Martling said, adding that he “doubted that Don Buchwald ever had any kind of sense of exactly what I was doing and how important it was” to the show.