Howard started off the show reporting that the dump button was hit 26 times during yesterday's broadcast.
Howard noted that, between the censorship his show faces every day and the number of commercials played every hour, he's amazed any listener can follow what's going on. Howard mentioned that he sometimes feels the obstacles he faces is a conspiracy to make him sound bad, but there isn't much he can do about it at this point given the short amount of time he has left on regular radio.
Howard added that a few stations don't even start airing the program until 6:30 a.m. now, while others pull it off the air everyday at 9 a.m. Howard then played a spot that has been airing on KXTE in Las Vegas that thanks him for being number one and entertaining them for such a long period of time.
Howard pointed out that his last broadcast in Las Vegas will be this coming Monday and that he's upset the listeners there won't be able to hear his farewell shows. Howard went on to say, though, that once he moves to SIRIUS, he'll be seeing Las Vegas again.