We are the dollars and cents

Well, now they’re really good at God. Yeah. Anyway. But it just shows you what’s happening in television, too. Television is not the cash cow that it used to be. No, it’s just a cow now. There’s no cash. Howard’s interview with Kevin Costner coming up next. Hello. Hello, Wendy. It’s Howard.

Hi Howard. Hey, Wendy. Um, Don’t tell anybody this, okay? But like, you, I’m addicted to scratch off tickets and I lost all my money. And I’m broke. And I’m just wondering, can you lend me? Some money, Wendy, please, uh, I had nothing. My mom didn’t give me any money this morning, because she’s tightened herself.

Yeah, but but I’ve been spending the whole show budget on scratch tickets and now I can’t even afford to pay Fred. Well, I’m sorry, Howard, I’m brokering. I had no money until my disability gets here. All right. That’s good news. Wendy. So, when you get your disability, send me a few dollars.

Okay. I have no money right now. I’m just we in my food stamps. No, I understand that. Wendy, but, but I’m hungry and why don’t you just send me like one food stamp? Uh, no. I’ll wait till my mom has some money to give me. So I can do some things, you know, Wendy, like in the past, when you needed some money, I helped you.

And now that I need your help. Means like nothing to you, aren’t you going to help me? Uh you have to do what you have to do. Like I have to do what I have to do. Yeah I get that. I understand that but how much is your bus fare?

Wendy. A dollar eighty five. All right. A dollar 85 great. So just walk to Walmart one day and give me the dollar 85. I had no money. Right now, the money I was gonna have to pay doctor bills and stuff, but Skip, One doctor bill and give me two dollars.

I like care Howard, I had no money. I’m broke. Hello.

I love this song.