I think the highlight of my day was putting words in Howard Stern's mouth.
I've been a big fan of his ever since seeing Private Parts, so it was an extra-special experience to be sitting in my car at a traffic light listening to him read a script for a "live read" commercial that I wrote. Pretty heady stuff, I tell you.
The last time a famous figure read something I wrote for national broadcast, it was in the Rose Garden at the White House. President William Jefferson Clinton recited some ad copy I'd written as an illustration of how the entertainment industry was warping American youth.
Now I've got to go for number three. Who shall be my next mouthpiece? Perhaps Oprah will do the hat trick.