“I’m just reacting to him saying he’s hurt — I think that’s bulls**t.” Lange said that by recently using a show regular to impersonate him during news segments, he feels that Stern is “trying to f**k with [him] in a passive-aggressive way.” Melendez said he was hurt by the on-air beatings he’s taken during and after his time on the program, which ended when he went to work on The Tonight Show in 2004.“He’s gone off on me in such hateful ways and said such horrible things …Lange also discussed the Casey Anthony verdict with Di Paolo, joking, "I was outraged by the verdict, I don’t think she lied to police." He also said he'd date the recently acquitted woman "in a second," adding, "I think it would be good publicity.” Shortly after Lange's suicide attempt, Stern said on air, "We all have our demons.
I was on the greatest show of all time for about nine years, and I put them in a very awkward situation, to say the least, so what am I going to do?
" "I love them all and they were great to me," he concluded.
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Lange opened his three-hour program on Monday night with the announcement that it was his last show.
He told listeners his agent called him on Friday with the bad news. He recently appeared on the Judd Apatow-directed HBO show “Crashing,” in which he plays a comedian trying to make it in the New York stand-up comedy scene. A year later, he was hospitalized after an apparent suicide attempt. ” He added, “FYI The Hoboken Cops treated me so great. ” Police were first called to the garage after someone complained that a man was trying to break into a car, police said. I thank them for that Now a lawyer tells me what to do!” It was a poor choice of words for Lange, who made clear he felt his one-time mentor disregarded him in his time of need after his January 2010 suicide attempt, and hasn’t returned his phone calls to this day.