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VH1 doing collectibles show with personalities from Howard Stern radio show

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Baba Booey! Have you ever heard those two odd words used together and wondered what exactly they meant?

Well, wonder no more. VH1 Classic is bringing the man behind the name to the network.

Gary Dell' Abate is the producer on the Howard Stern Show on Sirius XM radio. He will team up with a member of the Howard Stern News Department, Jon Hein, for a new six-episode program that looks into pop-culture and musical memorabilia.

The series, called For What It's Worth, will look at a variety of items each episode. The two men have worked together before, as they also host a program on Sirius XM after Stern's show ends called The Wrap Up Show, which recaps the previous program and goes into great depth about whatever topics were discussed that day.

The two men are enthusiastic collectors, with extensive knowledge of classical television, sports memorabilia and more. The show will take them to the world's largest record collection, as well as a vault full of celebrity hair. 

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The guys will also provide appraisals of items brought to "The Warehouse" each episode. 

The series premieres February 21 at 10 p.m. on VH1 Classic.

No word yet on if any Wack Packers will show up - this seems perfect for Eric the Actor, right? 


Details
Person:
- Gary Dell'Abate
- Eric Lynch
Network:
- VH1 CLASSIC

Written by: Hamatosan
Jan 25th, 2013, 4:47 am

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