In July 2004, when the show was holding a "Win John's Job" contest following the departure of Stuttering John from the show, Christy won the position as voted by fans.Since joining the show, Christy has become known for his prank calls, song parodies, unique personality, and "show stunts" he's performed with his writing partner Sal the Stockbroker.Gary Dell'Abate, aka Baba Booey, serves as the show's head producer.Hired right after graduating from Adelphi University in 1984 and briefly anglicizing his name to Gary Dell, he has worked for the show ever since.He attended Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida.discussing television shows that have "jumped the shark", a term he uses to describe when a show has passed its prime (based on an episode of the show, Happy Days, where a previously popular and well-done show clearly and memorably began to go downhill).She has been his co-host and news reader ever since.
His success in on-air hosting led him to become the co-host of The Wrap-Up Show when the show moved to Sirius XM in January 2006. He has many duties, including writing the daily show rundown that appears on the show's website, and taking photos that appear alongside the daily rundown.
When the Howard Stern Show moved to Sirius satellite radio in January 2006, Bronk continued in his role as an in-studio joke writer.
In October 2016, he was banished from the studio indefinitely after arriving late for work, the last in a long history of tardiness. From 2001 to 2003, Christy sent song parodies and bits about Armstrong and show co-host Robin Quivers including some like "It's K.
Before joining the show, Takei became popular among the cast after soundbites of his audiobook about his career on Star Trek were played on the show.
The clips stood out due to his deep baritone voice and pitch perfect enunciation, and, thus, were frequently played on the show.