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A Tribute to Howard Stern

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A flash tribute based on the Howard Stern Show's clip of a little kid telling Howard how he plays the Britney Spears game on Newgrounds.



its was funny but i didnt hear that last thing about wat that grandma siad

SketchMichaels responds:


Thanks for viewing!

i liked it

the only thing i didnt like is that the mouths didnt move but good job any ways gonna go check out your other stuff


SketchMichaels responds:

Right on. Yep, when I created this, I hadn't even been using flash for a week (though I'd had two years of after effects experience, and six of claymation), so it was fun just experimenting with the software - wasn't about to touch lip syncing :)

Thanks for the review.

Oh my God! I loved it!

This was great!
I never heard this and I'm a true fan of the big hook nosed Jew bastard.
The animation was great. You got the whole crew there and they look nice.
Very good tribute and a nice plug for NG.

SketchMichaels responds:


By the people, for the people. Wow, this was made such a long time ago. Thanks for the review!

This was a great tribute.

This was really good detailed animation. I liked it alot. Keep up the good work dude. Howard stern rocks!!!

SketchMichaels responds:


Thanks for reviewing... this is where it all began. God only knows what they unleashed!

hahaha great

that was great man, and it is hard to miss with stern. this is a great tribute, and a very good animation as well. i look forward to your new submissions. gj

SketchMichaels responds:

Thanks, man, glad you liked it... twas my baby, 100% ng-oriented. Always funny to look back at the past.

Thanks for reviewing!

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Credits & Info

3.47 / 5.00

Aug 11, 2002
4:05 AM EDT
Comedy - Parody
  • Daily 2nd Place August 11, 2002