Lydia Hearst stopped by to promote "The Last International Playboy" and told Howard she wasn't hung up on her storied lineage - or her mother's infamous abduction: "I led an extremely normal life growing up...I don't consider myself any different than anyone else."
Lydia admitted she still had to be careful with her public persona: "With the family that I come from, there's consequences." Howard broke down what Lydia's family was worth ($5.2 billion) and asked: "Why bother working? And how can a guy marry you?" Lydia laughed that she didn't get access to the big bucks for another couple years: "The will we have in the family? They study it in law school."
Howard was jealous: "In a sense, you should've been born ugly." Lydia shrugged the money off: "I would have to say I live more vicariously through the art that I do."