Howard admitted that, based on what Ralph had told him, he thought he was going to look horrible on his appearance on "The O'Reilly Factor" last night, but added that he felt the whole thing went well.
Howard mentioned that there were times when Bill interrupted him, but that, in the end, he let him promote SIRIUS, which was his goal. Howard also pointed that last night's segment was just the first of three portions of his interview that will run the rest of the week.
King of All Blacks called in and told Howard that some of his responses to Bill's attempts at bullying him were hilarious.
Howard again commented that what bothered him the most about the interview was Bill's insistence that he's a man of the people.
Howard recalled that Bill not only tried to paint him as someone who's out of touch with his fans because of the money he makes, but also denied that he lives a life of luxury himself, despite the tens of millions of dollars he earns every year.
To disprove his theory, Howard noted that, in addition to the fact that Bill was wearing a pound of makeup, he also knows someone who's familiar with Bill's house and that it's a mansion on Long Island.