Howard brought up that he listened to Angry Black's show on SIRIUS last night, and that he was disappointed with the outcome. Howard explained that when Angry was doing the broadcast by himself, he sounded nothing like he did in his audition tape. To make matters worse, Howard commented that when King of All Blacks joined the mix, the two didn't argue at all. Jason Kaplan, who was at the studio to photograph the broadcast for HowardStern.com, reported that he could tell Angry and King were both worked up before they went on the air, so he suspected things weren't going to go smoothly. However, Jason noted that he thought King was especially funny. Howard got Angry on the line and informed him that while he gave his audition tapes an A+, he graded his actual show an F-. Angry admitted that, due to the pressure he was feeling, he wasn't on top of his game. Angry went on to say that he realizes he needs to speak slower while on the air and that he'll do a much better job if Howard would give him another opportunity. Howard responded that he was so disappointed in Angry's performance that he was putting him on the shelf for a few weeks and was instead giving King a half-hour show of his own each day next week. King called in and told Howard that the show didn't work because he and Angry have contrasting personalities. Howard commented that although that may be true, the individual bits and jokes both Angry and King prepared were also pretty bad. When Angry pointed out that he didn't think the program went quite as badly as Howard was suggesting, Howard responded that it was so awful that he needed to turn it off before it ended. Howard advised Angry to think about some of the suggestions he made about improving his on-air performance, and that he'll be in touch about a potential future show.