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Robin said while they were working she wasn't able to tell if it was working. Howard said he played his girlfriend at basketball one time. Howard said she spotted him 15 points and he still lost. She said she tried it on vacation and she was able to drink that and get more of a workout in. He said he loved the movie Ed Wood but he was a great character actor too. He said he possibly fucked Marilyn Monroe when she was something. He said the NY Post has all kinds of spoilers in it. Howard said he went wild over vacation drinking two cups. Howard said they do seem to find those to stay on the line. He said he'd have another cup after taking his nap. Howard said he was friends with James Dean and briefly dated Marilyn Monroe.
am Show opening bits and songs included: A fake press conference with Tracey Millman, a song parody about Mariann from Brooklyn, a bit about the closeness of the Stern Show family, Weezer performing ''Beverly Hills'' in the Howard Stern Show studio, a Beetlejuice singing clip. Howard started the show talking about how they're back live. He said some kid comes up to ask for an autograph and things go wrong. Howard said they made a phony phone call with some of that audio. Howard said Mary stayed with them a couple of days. Ronnie said he said to Howard asking if he knew what happened with Sandler's movie and he thought it was cool. Ronnie said he got his sides and he has a shooting schedule. Howard had some clips of Ronnie acting in some classic movies. Howard said he thought about it and figured it was fine. He said the puppet is trying to hump this hot chick's leg in the middle of the interview he was doing. Howard said he heard he was yelling so much that his voice was shot.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl centers around Greg (Thomas Mann), a very sarcastic and self-loathing high school student going into his senior year.
Greg believes that if he shuts everyone out of his life so that he won't have to deal with anything, then things will be okay, and this gives him a sort of self-gratification.
However, when Greg learns from his mother that a childhood friend of his, Rachel (Olivia Cooke) is diagnosed with Leukemia, Greg begins a blossoming friendship with Rachel; a friendship that would take him through the best of times, the worst of times, and eventually shape him into the person that he will become.
While this film definitely shares characteristics with 2014's The Fault in Our Stars (which is a pretty good movie in my opinion), this film to me is more heartfelt and inventive than TFi OS ever was.