A guy named Lenny called in to discuss his extensive Howard Stern memorabilia collection. Howard noted that Lenny donated $6,400 to LifeBeat in order to sit in on the Wrap-Up Show, and he's also spent quite a bit on other Stern-related items, like the complete Channel 9 Show tapes and the $700 painting that intern Mike Coppola gave to Howard (which Howard promptly slashed and threw away: "I said to him, 'This is a piece of shit. And your mother's a horrible painter.'").
Lenny listed other items in his collection: the complete "E! Interview" tapes, one of Howard's old paychecks from WCCC, a Warner Brother's "shadowbox" containing the drug paraphernalia that Howard used in "Private Parts," a 18" figurine of Howard made out of tin foil, a letter that former program director Randy Baumgarten sent a fan who thought Robin was ruining the show, an original script of "The Adventures of Fartman," and 7,000 shares of Sirius stock.
Artie noted that Lenny even had Howard's high school yearbook, which horrified Howard: "I hated my high school…I'm invisible in the yearbook." Lenny quietly said he paid $160 for it. Dominic Barbara then called in to say he had the ultimate piece of Stern memorabilia: the unwashed sheets from Howard's first night with Beth (also the first time they had sex - at Dominic's house on Shelter Island).