Still not sure what "American Idol" would be like with Howard Stern in the judge's chair? To get some idea, ABCNews.com took at look at some of the outrageous things Stern has said and done on his show in the past and how that might translate to "Idol."
Stern doesn't have any problems slurring gays. On Monday, he said that he would have given Clay Aiken an usher's uniform because "you seem like a queen who would hang around in a theater."
But Stern does have a soft spot for lesbians. In the Lesbian Dial-a-Date game on his show, he helps a woman looking for a sexual encounter with another woman find a date by having other women call in to be evaluated.
"Idol" hasn't had an openly lesbian contestant, but it's easy to imagine Stern suggesting that a couple of the cuter female contestants go on a "date," taking him along, of course.
Stern's love for lesbians doesn't seem to extend to new judge Ellen DeGeneres, though. On Monday he said he was going to get a taser and "tase Ellen DeGeneres. Go on, Ellen, why don't you do that dumb dance you do on your show?"
Guess Who's the Jew
In another game on his radio show, Stern has people guess from a list of several celebrities or studio guests which one is Jewish.
Whether or not Stern, who is Jewish, brings this game to "Idol," he has said his presence on the show would likely trigger an exodus, like "the Jews running out of Egypt."
"You'll find Ryan Seacrest with matzo on his back. I'd get rid of him," he said Monday. "Let's get a hot chick to host that thing. I have better chemistry with hot chicks."
The Sybian Ride
Shortly after Stern debuted on Sirius, he was given this vibrating device and has encouraged his female guests to take a "ride" on it.
Past riders include Jenna Jameson, Carmen Electra and Jenny McCarthy.
Porn stars, strippers and sex are a big part of Stern's radio show. He'd have to tone it way down for "Idol," but that would likely not stop him from commenting on the appearance of female contestants.