Howard began this morning announcing that he had a discussion with Sam Simon yesterday and Sam has agreed to write the channel's first sitcom, "Really, Really Desperate Housewives." Howard explained the show's premise: to follow the significant others of people on the show as they go about their daily lives. Howard also detailed some of the specifics, mentioning that, on the show, Beth spends her time trying to plot Howard's death so she can get his money, Fred argues with Alison using only his sound effects and Mary, who plays an anthropologist, studies Gary like Jane Goodall studies gorillas. Howard commented that he couldn't stop laughing when Sam was pitching his ideas to him and that he can't wait to see where he takes the show. Howard also announced that Danny Bonaduce will have a week's worth of broadcasts starting on Monday. Howard noted that Danny is bringing people with whom he wants to work and that they're working out when exactly the program will air. When Howard pointed out that he wants Danny to say that he's going to "shake people's foundations" occasionally, Robin responded that all he'll have to do is throw Danny's wife a bachelorette party and his wish will come true.