Ronnie’s Superman Tattoo (SCORESMAN got a Tattoo)

Ronnie has a history of poor ink choices: His shark that’s peppered with the moles that cover his body, his “panther” that looks like a salamander, and now his new statement: the New Superman logo on his arm.

Ronnie Superman TattooRonnie is well known as a massive fanatic of the comic book hero Superman. Oh wait, no he isn’t. He knows little to nothing about the guy.

So why did he get a reminder of him permanently inked on his body? Because he liked the logo.

It’s also a very, very subtle way to display his girlfriend’s initials – which are S. C. – because if you get a jewelers loupe and you’re under halogen lights, you can see a tiny “c” incorporated into the logo.

Howard still wholeheartedly approved of the Batman logo he’d shaved into his mustache, but not the Superman logo he’d inked into his arm.

Ronnie the Limo Driver Makes the News

Who is Ronnie the Limo Driver?

The part of the country that doesn’t listen to Howard Stern and his pranksters learned the answer to that question when Captain Janks decided to prank CBS LA into putting him live on the air as a spokesman for California Department of Fish and Game druing the Christopher Dorner standoff.

“We believe it was Ronnie the limo driver who filed at Mr. Dorner,” Janks said. “He was on his way to a block party and got caught in the fire-out.”

Ronnie being Ronnie

Say hello to Kerry Picket, who writes and edits The Water Cooler blog for TWT. Her work history is complex, sordid and fascinating. Her first media job was writing for MTV. She began at and proceeded to MTV Radio. In 2003 she became an intern for The Howard Stern Show. She then moved to Washington, but one day Gary Dell’Abati called, saying, “Robin really wants you to come to work for her.” This would be Stern’s sidekick Robin Quivers. So Picket picked up and returned to New York, where she became Quivers’ assistant for a year. She returned to D.C. in 2007, worked for the Media Research Center and ultimately landed at TWT.

But let’s return to the summer of 2006. This is when her then-boss, Howard Stern, interviewed her on air . She had attended a party at Ronnie the Limo Driver‘s house in Queens and had brought her new camera. “What happened was I was sitting down at a table showing it to everyone,” she explained. “He [Ronnie] got very drunk. Sometimes we women wear jeans and the underwear goes above the pants. Ronnie was a little drunk, he begins saying, ‘Look at that Picket over there, she’s got plumber ass!’ So they caught Ronnie doing that. They brought that soundbite back to Howard and Howard begins scolding him. ‘Why are you picking on Robin’s assistant?’” He then called Picket on air and asks, “So Kerry, what kind of underwear were you wearing?” She told him, “It was Jockey Hanes Your Way, that’s why it was probably seeping above my jeans at that point.” Picket, no longer mortified, says she enjoyed working for the Stern show, where duties included helping the guys with prank calls. “I tried to stay away from the weird stuff,” she said, explaining that Stern isn’t what he seems. “On air Howard comes off like a wild guy,” she said. “Off the air, low-key, a gentleman. He was always very nice to me, always very sweet.”

Show In The Hallway Episode 3 (S1)

From The Producers of the Howard Stern Tv Show

Even though the Stern Show hallway is where Show in the Hallway is based, the story actually travels all over New York City. This particular episode was filmed on location at the world famous Caroline’s Comedy Club. As always, we had many scenes to shoot and a limited amount of time to shoot them, but there was another detail that made this shoot’s success even more important: Howard’s wife Beth Stern was scheduled to appear in three scenes.

Beth came in with a great attitude and no ego whatsoever. I suggested she stay in her own private dressing room, yet she declined and waited with all the extras. When on camera, she looked great and did an amazing job. She even got a little payback on Sal for all the jokes he’s made about her in the past, but again, not worth reading, it’s worth seeing.

The shoot at Caroline’s was complicated by a large number of extras. More people mean more mouths to feed and, more often than not, more problems as well. Luckily, the extras on this particular day were great and even though they didn’t get paid, they did a tremendous job. We later found out one extra was a total super fan because when he saw Sal he was star struck. “I can’t believe I’m standing next to THE Sal the Stockbroker”, he said. He was also impressed with Beth to say the least and said “Wow, Beth. That’s probably as close as I’m ever going to come to meeting Howard.”

Another fun scene worth mentioning takes place at Sirius and features actressMia Andersonand the tiny bodyguardRonnie Mund. In the scene, Mia had to act head over heels for Ronnie! Obviously, this proves that Mia is a phenomenal actress.
This was the last episode of season one, but don’t worry, season two is coming soon. I want to thank everyone involved in the project; from the cast, to the crew, to everyone at Howard TV.

See you next season!