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Howard was reading Glamour's interview with Emilia Clarke, who stars as the Khaleesi in "Game of Thrones," this morning and said he still doesn't understand how she went from appearing nude in Season One to refusing to in later seasons.
"I take umbrage with her," he said. "The cat was already out of the bag."
Robin disagreed and thought that she should be doing whatever makes her comfortable, but Howard deemed it a "bait and switch."
"She signed a contract to be the Khaleesi," he said, asserting that she no doubt knew what she was getting into.
Sister Robin Patterson
With Robin in disagreement, Howard noticed that she sounded like "Sister" Patterson when she yells at him.
Howard played some clips from "Family Therapy With Dr. Jenn," which stars Sister Patterson, Bam Margera, Michael and Dina Lohan, and others seeking therapy for various issues.
Do you think Robin sounds like "Sister" Patterson?
Howard Doesn't iHeartRadio
After watching the iHeartRadio Music Awards, Howard wondered why Clear Channel had changed their whole branding in recent years.
Gary Dell'Abate said he heard that the name "Clear Channel" tested poorly with a sample group, so they settled on iHeart Radio instead.
Howard thought there must have been a stink around the original name for them to change it and even remembered having an issue with them himself.
"I think I had a big fucking problem with them," he said, recounting a contract dispute he ended up walking away from.
Howard said he read in the news that they're also like $20 billion in debt, which seemed baffling. Brent Hatley came in to explain a bit.
Brent said that the concept Clear Channel had was to become the "McDonald's of radio," but ended up getting a bad reputation amongst the artists.
"It's a sad situation for the talent," Brent explained. "They're very top heavy."
Guns N' Roses Are Going Back On Tour
One caller this morning wanted to know how Howard felt with Guns N' Roses going back on tour after 20 years.
Howard said that he isn't really sure if he's excited about it. It's not that he doesn't love the band, but this concept where Axl Rose is going to front both Guns N' Roses and AC/DC has Howard worried.
"I mean, I love those songs ... I just don't want it to sound bad," he explained.
Either way, Howard said he'd like them to come on the Stern Show and discuss the situation. "Those fuckers ought to get in here and talk about it," he told Gary.
"Axl's the wild card," Gary told Howard, explaining that Rose has been repeatedly turning him down for the past 10 years.
All About Eating Ass
Howard played a clip he found on the internet of a girl methodically breaking down the benefits and downsides of eating ass.
"I rate the experience a 6.5 out of 10," she told viewers. "The other person will enjoy it … It doesn't taste bad."
On the flip side, the girl conceded that with some people it can really smell bad around the butthole, so that detracts from the experience.
Howard was baffled admitting that he has never tried it before.
A woman named Nancy called in and told Howard he was totally missing the point by assuming the person you'd be licking just took a doody or something.
"It's a very sensual part of the body," Nancy insisted.
Still, Howard was not convinced. "You sound like a militant ass-eater," he joked.
Ronnie "The Limo Driver" Mund entered the studio to make a stand for ass-eating as well. "It's just part of life, man," he offered. "And there's nothing wrong with it."
Richard Christy even chimed in that he would be willing to lick Howard's asshole right then and there (which Howard politely declined) before proceeding to show everyone in the studio his freshly shaved butthole for reasons that remain unknown.
Jon Cryer Talks Charlie Sheen, Demi Moore, 'Two and a Half Men,' & Prostitutes
In a spirited debut appearance on the Stern Show, actor Jon Cryer sat down with Howard and shed light on his successful career in film and on TV. From his iconic role as Duckie in John Hughes' "Pretty In Pink" to finding incredible success with CBS' "Two and a Half Men," and getting a front row seat to Charlie Sheen's legendary meltdown, Cryer said it all.