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This is a new low for Andy Dick.
The often legally troubled comic started an all-out war with Howard Stern this week, launching into an antisemitic rant while a guest on the "Greg Fitzsimmons Show" Tuesday. A shocked Stern fired back hard on his Sirius satellite radio show.
So what exactly did Dick say? You won't believe what came out of his mouth.
On Fitzsimmons' show, Dick spewed that the radio legend was a "shallow, money-grubbing Jew" with a "big fat hook nose."
Where's all this coming from? That's exactly what Stern asked on his show, sounding disappointed and angry when he replayed the shocking interview on his own show.
"Wow. Woweee," he said. "This is bad, bad for society."
The radio host played more of Dick's interview, during which Dick went off on Stern for not going to bat for him when his own Sirius show was canceled years back.
"For two years I did the show, never got a cent, and I'm not complaining about that ... I'm just saying the Jew facts. I never got paid," Dick said. "I have no problem with his big, fat, hook nose, and his money-grubbing miserly Jewishness."
Stern finally had enough, defending himself and his long career by going off on Dick and saying he had invited him on the show in the past out of "pity."
"I guess Andy's downward spiral continues, and now he's blaming me for all his problems," he said yesterday. "You f---ing wacko!"
Then Stern started yelling, aiming his comments right at Dick.
"Who's gonna hire you?" asked Stern, adding that Dick was "acting like a maniac" and so "of course, no one's gonna give you a job!"
Cohost Robin Quivers had Stern's back, announcing Dick was no longer welcome in their studio, as well as was banned from the entire building.
Howard, who sounded emotional while saying he was proud of both his heritage and family, talked about his father's parents being Jewish immigrants. He then agreed with Quivers that Dick was "a moron" and that his show was canned because "it sucked."
"He should concentrate on his own life," Stern said, adding that the comic has "shown his true colors."
The battle continued Wednesday, when Stern challenged Dick to come in and say his rant to his face.
"I don't like the antisemitic bulls--t," he said. "He should stand up and be a man."