“So, Damon like proved—was able to prove—that, uh, he paid
Bagel Boss guy a certain amount of money … and then he was able to prove, uh,
somehow that, uh, uh, that something with losing money, the pay-per-views or
something—he got back like two grand or something,” the Stern Show staffer said
to a chorus of confusion.
As JD continued recapping the episode, he only mudded things
even further. “Well, one of them didn’t want to give Damon that much, but the
other two judges, like, they, they came together and, uh, and they agreed,
they, uh, they,” he said, starting to trail off.
Howard and his co-host Robin Quivers laughed about how JD
earned a degree in communications, yet that subject seems to be one he
struggles with the most. But JD insisted he could be an effective communicator
in the right situations. “Listen, when I know something I’m good at
communicating it out,” he said.
“What do you know?” Robin asked. “Because we’d like to know
Howard then questioned JD about
another of his areas of supposed expertise: McDonald’s’ famed fish sandwich. “Tell
me, with detail, why is Filet-O-Fish the best sandwich ever?” Howard asked.
JD laughed for a few seconds
before responding. “Well, uh … I like, uh, fish,” he said. “I like
fish and it’s got tartar sauce. The tartar in the mixture is very good. The bun—the
bun they have with it is very good. So that’s, you know, it goes down easy, you