“I came up with a Times Square billboard,” Memet Walker
announced in the studio before unveiling a hand-drawn storyboard. “I have a
concept for it that I brought it in to show you.”
Memet, who has entertained the staff with elaborate ideas in
the past, asked for Howard and co-host Robin Quivers to hear him out before
rushing to judgment. He then proceeded to pitch them on an interactive billboard
involving Howard, the book, his bed, no clothes, and “implied” bodily fluids. Take a look (above).
“Are you for real or is this a bit?” Howard asked
after hearing the pitch.
At least one staffer thought it was a good idea. “Howard, I’m with Memet on
this,” Richard Christy said in a fit of laughter. “That’s fucking great.”
Robin disagreed, though. “You know what, Howard? We work here at
SiriusXM, they wouldn’t put that in the lobby,” she said.
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