What is the show "Howard Stern Tickling Women's Feet" about?


"The Howard Stern Show" has had segments in the past wherein guests are strapped to a chair and Howard Stern tickles them. The chair is referred to as the "tickle chair" and has mainly been used for female celebrities.

"The Howard Stern Show" is an American radio show hosted by Howard Stern. Formed in the mid 1980s, "The Howard Stern Show" first aired on terrestrial radio from 1986 until 2005. In 2006, "The Howard Stern Show" made its move to Sirius satellite radio. The move gave the show the freedom to be aired uncut without censors or worries of FCC fines.

Through the history of the show, several changes have been made. At one time, the radio show also had a television show that aired on E! Network. Soon after the move to satellite radio, an on-demand service for digital cable known as "Howard TV" was released. The show also has its own wrap-up show to cover topics discussed from live and previous recorded shows. Over the years, "The Howard Stern Show" has also seen a change in staff, however it still remains in New York City. In 2010, Howard Stern announced that he signed a five-year deal with Sirius, which is set to end in late 2015.

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