Mark Harris came in to promote a new project he's working on, animating his song parodies for cell phones, one of which is a song about "The Royals," as he calls them. Mark wore a Prince Charles outfit and mask but nobody could understand him with the mask on, so he had to take it off. Howard joked that when he took the mask off, he went from a Prince to a Queen in a second! Howard thought it was weird that Mark has developed a million ideas since he's been coming on the show, but NONE of them have come to fruition. Howard had searched through the show's logs for all of the times Mark's been on the show trying to promote his "entertainment."
Starting in 1993, he came in to promote countless TV shows, commercials, books, videos, a clothing line, a play, and was even going to open up a hotel. In 1997, he wrote a jingle for Snapple, which was rejected. Mark thought he should resubmit it now. Howard called Mark the ultimate optimist and wanted him to realize that none of his ideas were ever going to work. His new project is called Toony Tunes. Howard bet that Loony Tunes would sue the gay pants off of him. Vinnie Favale called in and asked if Howard had seen Mark's video remembrance to 9/11 on his website yet, but he hadn't. Vinnie said it was really disturbing because there was video of the attacks happening, while Mark sang to the tune of "Give My Regards to Broadway." Within a couple minutes, Mark's website crashed and wouldn't allow anyone on because so many people were trying to see the video.