Recapping the Birthday Bash!

Howard fired up the mics the morning ready to express his thoughts on Friday night's triumphant Birthday Bash. Howard was blown away by the whole event, and was incredibly thankful to everybody who showed up, helped out, and performed.

'For the first time,' Howard said proudly, 'I can report to you that I actually had a really good time.'

John Fogerty was one act who really blew Howard away. Howard was so pumped up that he listened to Fogerty's recent album 'Wrote a Song for Everyone' all weekend and marveled at his songwriting ability.

Steven Tyler, John Mayer, Adam Levine, Rob Zombie, Louis CK, David Letterman, Lena Dunham, every act a home run. Howard was over the moon.


Video greetings from Kathie Lee Gifford, Seinfeld, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Ellen Degeneres, to name just a few.

And the glamorous women in attendance really turned it out: Jewel, Maria Menounos, and, of course Beth Stern, just to name a few.

And the star and hero of the evening, host Jimmy Kimmel. Jimmy taped his own show on Thursday, caught a redeye to New York and crashed at Howard's house to host his birthday show.

Howard was incredibly thankful to everyone involved.

It was a night nobody will ever forget.

Shuli, who was stationed with the Wack Pack in their box all night, ran in as fast as he could to tell Howard and Robin everything that happened with the fringe element as the bash unfolded.

First up, King of All Blacks left about half an hour in. He claimed he ate fifty oysters and drank vodka, which made him ill.

Jeff the Drunk got, well, drunk. Not only did he exhibited one of his classic falls, but he was caught on tape using the n-word and poured a beer on Dr. Drew for 'giving [him] shit' but sitting there with his wife watching the show.

Joey Boots 'fell off the wagon' according to Shuli, getting hammered and complaining about everything. Boots, who is now openly gay, also screamed about how much he loved Adam Levine.

Medicated Pete sang along loudly to Adam Levine's awesome performance of 'Purple Rain' which is a signature hit for Pete.

Two unknown guys crashed the Wack Pack Box, drinking knocking people around – eventually, they were escorted out by security.