I think it's an interesting discussion. Howard is 61. He can't be ogling young women and throwing bologna at women's asses without looking like an old perv. And I'm not sure anyone still wants to be savaging other people in their golden years. So what should the show be? It it even possible for a Stern show to be cutting edge at this point? I mean, Letterman has been in neutral for a decade. Here's my vision (I realized Howard doesn't give a shit at this point). Share yours... I think Howard's world has become far too insular. The same callers, the same wackpackers, the same guests. I think it would be easy to open the show to new creative input just by mixing up the guests. Bring back the comedians. This is simple and easy. Lots of incredibly funny guys who could sit in the entire show and bring a fresh feel. More Richard and Sal. They seem to be brought out far too infrequently. Let them do more practical jokes. Use Benjy to crash important news events. Seems to be the only thing he does well. Have him become the new Stuttering John and ask questions of celebrities at Red Carpet events. Howard needs to some original bits that revive some of his old rebel attitude. How about "Smart or Prick?" They play soundbites of celebrities and Howard leads a roundtable to vote on the their opinion. Or "Worst Call Ever" - where Howard calls to wake up random celebrities on the West coast. Howard, although most likely reluctant, needs to start getting honest again about his life. You know he hates cats. You know the sex with Beth is awful. He needs to start sharing his anger again.