Beetlejuice made his in-studio premiere at SIRIUS this morning, and Howard began their conversation asking about the health of his manager, Sean. Beet commented that Sean suffered a stroke last month, but that he's now back from the hospital. Since Beet was the one who actually placed the 911 call that saved Sean's life, Howard asked him to talk about the incident. Beet replied that he picked up Sean "with one hand" and was able to put him over his shoulder and rest him on the floor before calling 911. Beetle added that Sean's wife, Michelle, a woman to whom Beet also claims to be married, now manages his career.
Beet acknowledged this morning that he takes Viagra and that it takes "about five hours" for it to kick in. When Howard pointed out that the medication must take so long to work for Beetle because he's such "a big man," Beet responded, "Me? I stay hard for two hours." Howard then noted that he was amazed that Beetle didn't curse during his interview. After Beetle replied that he's "just a simple man" who doesn't need to resort to swearing, Howard asked him about his thoughts on Iran having nuclear weapons. Beetle responded that "it's something different," before saying about Dick Cheney: "If he has the choice to go to jail, he'll probably go in and say he got no choice." Howard once again asked Beetle to say his favorite curse word, but Beet refused to take the bait. This led Howard to comment that, when Beetle was on KROCK, he had to hit the button quite often, but, when Beet was free to say what he wanted, he refused to let loose. Howard proceeded to take some calls from listeners who attempted to rile Beetle up. When one caller claimed that Beetlejuice had sex with his wife last week, Beet responded, "If I was banging your wife, your wife would be there even longer." Howard then asked Beetle how much he charged the caller's wife to have sex with him, to which Beet replied, "About four minutes."