Spencer Pratt doesn't expect to hear from Al Roker after slamming him on Twitter Monday a few hours after he and wife Heidi Montag were cut from the "Today" show.
"I don't think Al Roker will be Tweeting me back any time soon," Pratt, 26, told "Extra" at a New York City book signing for "How to Be Famous: Our Guide to Looking the Part, Playing the Press, and Becoming a Tabloid Fixture."
Not that Pratt cares.
"He does only have a few thousand followers so it wouldn't even matter what he says," Pratt says. (In fact, Roker posted Tuesday morning, "Folks, stay on the high road in dealing with people who toss anger and hate here on Twitter. Don't stoop to their level.")
Pratt and Montag also opened up to "Extra" about their reality series, which they joked will be called "The Speidi Show."
Pratt said he's in talks with "the biggest network in the world."
"Everything is currently top secret," he went on. "We are part of 'The Hills' and love the show, but 'The Hills' only shows one minute a week of Heidi and Spencer. The new show will have at least 22 minutes and limited editing! There will also be many live scenes throughout the series."
Added Montag, "Raw, uncut!"
Said Pratt, "A really true version of Speidi."
One topic the reality couple wouldn't discuss: Little sister Stephanie Pratt's recent DUI and court-ordered rehab.
"With this book tour, it's not really relevant to Speidi. I don't know who you're talking about," Pratt told "Extra."