A lot can change in a decade, even Gary Dell’Abate's office.
On Wednesday, Howard played a clip from Gary's 2010 memoir, “They Call Me Baba Booey,” which involved the Stern Show's executive producer narrating a journey through his ordinary mundane office and describing every object and decoration in detail.
Howard was curious if Gary had since redecorated. “Is your office now drastically different?” he asked Gary. “I know some people are clamoring for an update. Can you give us one?”
“There are a lot of pictures in here, but most of the stuff described in [the book] is no longer on the wall,” Gary responded, though he did show off some new décor, including Bruce Springsteen-themed memorabilia and a box of Cheerios emblazoned with the words “Baba Booey.” See the video (above).
Of course, this isn’t the first time Gary’s workspace has come under scrutiny. Just recently he got into a heated argument with Jason Kaplan after the staffer entered his office without permission to give an on-air report about Gary’s secret cache of plantain chips.
On Wednesday, Gary explained his irritation had more to do with what he perceived to be a violation of his personal space than anything else. “I don't care that you reported there were plantains in here,” he told Jason. “It's a privacy issue, not a plantain issue.