Just think of all the great, quality programming the wigged wonder could offer on television! Especially since he didn't use any of his "notebook full of ideas" for his radio channels. Let's daydream, won't we? The Howard Stern Network will provide the finest in new and original content for the television audience. Sitcoms: 'Leave It to Beaver Teeth' - a comedy about the daily life and hijinks of Gary Dell'Abate. There's trouble in the studio when a no one calls Gary to book themselves on the show! Then, Gary and Jon "Whitey" Hein wrap-up the fact that no one booked themselves on the show! "Look, it is what it is." - Howard Stern 'How I Met Your Stepmother' - Howard and Beff strugle to keep their stories straight about how and when they met so Howard's daughters won't figure out what a lying, cheating piece-of-shit their father is! "A laugh a minute!" - Bobo 'Go to Temple, Beth. Shalom!' - In this comedy, a young Beth Ostrosky makes the move from the sands of Saudi Arabia, where sand-people used her asshole for a urinal, to the big city. After years of fucking arabs for money, Beff decides it's time to settle down with a jewish man...for money. She searches jewish houses of worship, banks and satelite radio stations 'till she finds her mark, er, man. "It's amaaaaazing!" - Beth Stern The Howard Stern Channel will also have the best in original movies: 'For a Few Shekels More' - In this gritty drama, Howard concocts a plan to do even less work, yet still draw an eight-figure salary. Told from the point of view of Ronnie Mund, who's driving his boss out west (Grenwich, CT) to sign the papers on a five-acre plot of land for $47 million in cash. - "This is great! All I need is Howard in my life!" - Marianne from Brooklyn What would you like to see on the HSN?