In January 2006, during the second week of the broadcast of The Howard Stern Show on Sirius Satellite Radio, Robin admitted to using meats and vegetables to "pleasure" herself when she was in her 20s and 30s. She has stated that she no longer practices this method.
During the February 8, 2007 broadcast of The Howard Stern Show, Robin announced that she will be participating in a charity, "pro-am" car race in Long Beach, California on April 14, 2007.
During the January 22, 2007 broadcast of The Howard Stern Show, a listener called in and discussed a website that he created that discusses all of the inaccuracies that Robin makes on a daily basis.
On the January 22, 2007 airing of The Howard Stern Show, the staff went over the top 30 guitar solos of all time. Robin very much disagreed with the top choice of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway To Heaven." She felt it should have been anything by Eric Clapton.
On Wednesday, January 17, 2007, during The Howard Stern Show, Robin told Howard that if he did get married in the future that she would not make him pay out the $1 million she would be owed, pursuant to a bet. She told Howard that she just wants him to be happy.
In 1996, Robin co-starred in the made-for-TV movie, Deadly Web, on NBC.
Robin and Howard Stern have an on-going bet that if Howard ever gets married again (which he has sworn that he never will do), he will pay Robin $1,000,000.
During the Thursday, January 4, 2007 broadcast of The Howard Stern Show, while 50 Cent was being interviewed in studio, Robin admitted that she thought 50 was "gorgeous" and that she had a major crush on him.
Robin met her radio show "boss," Howard Stern, in March 1981 through Denise Oliver, the program director at DC-101.
Robin's trademark is her "cackling laugh" in the background during The Howard Stern Show.
In 1995, Robin Quivers' autobiography, titled Quivers: A Life, was published.
In 2004, Robin signed a television deal with Sony Entertainment. However, in March 2006, she reported that the show was put on the shelf.
As of 2006, Robin lives on Staten Island with her six cats.
On September 18, 2006, Robin attended her first driving school lesson at the Poconos Raceway in Pennsylvania.
Robin purchased a "vacation home" located in Loveladies, Long Beach Island, NJ in March 2006.
After acknowledging she was going to go to a racing school to better learn how to drive her new Corvette Z06 - which is virtually a street-legal race car - during the Howard Stern Show on 1 August 2006, Robin said that she would take on Bubba [the Love Sponge] (who races sprint cars) in a race, if he was interested. Bubba accepted the next day. The race, which has been unofficially dubbed "The Vagina 500," will take place after Robin completes the racing school and takes a few racing lessons.
Having said she always enjoyed driving, Robin purchased a 2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 in July 2006.
In February 2006, Howard Stern purchased a Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG hardtop convertible for Robin as a symbol of his appreciation of her years of generosity and unwavering loyalty towards him and the show.
Robin's long-time boyfriend has been referred to as "Mr. X" on the Stern show in order to protect his anonymity. He has been described as black, educated, affluent, and holds a position of responsibility. Gary Dell'Abate, more commonly known as "Baba-Booey", accidentally revealed that "Mr. X" was a man named Tony who was employed with a government agency. During an early 2006 show where the audience got to know the Stern shows stars' significant others, entitled "The Better Half," "Mr. X" said he is no longer employed in a position requiring anonymity, but Robin and the Stern show have kept the "Mr. X" reference because it has become so well-known.
Quivers signed a television deal with Sony in 2004 for development of her own talk show, which was planned to debut in the fall of 2006. However, in March 2006 she announced that the deal had stalled account of a lack of available time slots due to competition from other celebrities who also signed talk show deals. She said the deal is not dead but rather is "on hold."
Robin is an avid equestrian and owns several horses.
Quivers is a graduate of the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland.
Robin grew up in a lower-middle-class neighborhood. Her father was a steelworker for Bethlehem Steel, and her mother was a homemaker. Both had only seventh grade educations.
Having been abused herself as a child, Robin does work for a charity that helps children who have been sexually molested.
Robin says that she has lost over 70 lbs. on the "Master Cleanser" diet, and is thinner at age 51 than she has been in nearly 20 years.
Robin was a nurse in the United States Air Force and rose to the rank of Captain. She was based out of Dungaston, Florida. Robin earned an honorable discharge in 1980 after 7 years in the Air Force, much of it spent serving in Korea.
Robin was molested by her father as a young girl, and has discussed the subject a couple of times on The Howard Stern Show. He died of Alzheimer's in old age.
Robin: An apology might help, but you can change your life without one.
Robin: If Thomas Jefferson had heard us, he probably would have said, "We shouldn't have free speech."