Howard Stern Plays 'The Asian Pete Movie Game'

As things get back to normal on Howard Stern's Sirius XM radio show, the mega-host played a new game called "The Asian Pete Movie Game" and it's just as hilarious as it sounds.

The new game involves Gary giving Pete The Asian the name of a movie and has him repeat the name, then the crew has to guess what the movie is.

After the first round went wrong because Stern and Robin Quivers couldn't figure out what the film involving a "Magic Bus" was called because of the accent, they moved on to other titles.

"Fred guessed it was Midnight Express but he was wrong," according to the MarksFriggin report of the continuation of the game.

"Gary said he has clues. Howard said he's going to try one more time and then give up. Howard asked what it is. Gary said it's "To Kill a Mockingbird." Howard said this is a shitty game.

Howard played another one and got Gone with the Wind right away. Then he played another one. It was 50 Shades of Grey and Howard got it. Howard played another clip which was 'Pirates of the Caribbean.'"

Stern was shining during the game and Quivers managed to guess Brokeback Mountain.

Other movies included "Raging Bull," "Silence of the Lambs," "Dude Where's My Car," "Pulp Fiction" and "Halloween," before getting stuck on "American Beauty" which Quivers was able to figure out.

"Howard got one which was 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,'" according to MarksFriggin.

The game was pretty entertaining and hard at times but the crew did a great job for the most part during the morning show.

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