Howard got former staffer K.C. Armstrong on the line to discuss his latest endeavor and listed a few of his failed past ventures, including his gig as an announcer for a bare-knuckle fighting league. K.C. explained: "The league got disbanded and I think some people got arrested...turns out fighting without gloves is illegal." A debt consolidation company: "Some things nobody can help with." His cellphone-assisted radio show: "That phone company went under." Howard went on, and K.C. next answered for a "Girls & Guns" video with Miss Howard Stern: "It sold 8 copies." Johnny Fratto's pasta sauce: "I wish he still had it 'cause that was awesome." A bodyguard for escorts: "That didn't work out. It's illegal...I had warrants." A semi-nude calendar for a German photographer: "That one did really well. You know who bought those posters? Gay guys."
Robin laughed at K.C.'s life post-Stern show: "This West coast run has been a good one."
K.C. = Randy the Ram?
K.C. compared himself to Mickey Rourke's character in "The Wrestler": "The best days of his life are behind him...this is too depressing. I don't want to talk about it." Howard thought K.C. would have found a good job and had a better life if he hadn't been so good-looking: "So what are you doing now?" K.C. replied that he was working with a interior decorator who turns your home into something "like a five-star hotel" in less than 24 hours. K.C. also plugged a personal project: "I got a fitness video coming out with my girlfriend and I'm gonna be a billionaire."