Howard listened to King of all Blacks' SIRIUS debut last night and thought King had not done a great job. Howard noted that King's rival, Angry Black, had an awful show as well when he premiered last week, but that it was still better than the one King produced.
Howard noted that King and his guests talked about nothing most of time and that when King actually started getting on some sort of roll, the other people in the studio interrupted him.
Howard got King on the line and recommended that he turn things around in the four broadcasts he has remaining this week. Howard told King that he needs to treat his program like he's interviewing himself and talk about topics that he finds interesting. King pointed out that he was nervous during his show, but admitted that changes need to be made. After Gary read some of the negative reviews King's performance received, King responded that most of them stemmed from the authors' jealousy.
Gary disagreed, however, adding that as much as he loves King, he, too, thought his show was bad. Angry called in and warned that, when he gets another shot on the air, he's going to be much better than King. Howard informed Angry that he's already more talented than King, which led King to say that Howard didn't really mean it.
Howard then advised King to prove him wrong starting tonight by revamping his program. Artie noted that, since Angry and King are so great when they call in, he wasn't sure why both of their SIRIUS shows bombed. Howard pointed out that being a great guest or caller doesn't necessarily make someone a good host.