New Terms Mean No Riley … Yet

April 11, 2007
Photo: The Howard Stern Show

Howard mentioned Riley had agreed to do his show for $400 a week, but that Sirius had added a no-compete clause into his contract, so Riley refused to sign it.

Howard, however, agreed with Riley on the matter, and told him he would talk to Tim about changing the contract. Riley proceeded to complain about the $400 he was receiving for each of his hour-long broadcasts, and Gary asked why he couldn’t find a job for the rest of the week.

However, Riley responded by saying he’s been working before Gary was even “a spermatozoa in his father’s very small testicles,” and that he wanted to take it easy at this point in his life.