Howard pointed out that unless he was being completely naïve, he felt like the "60 Minutes" piece about him would be positive. However, Robin said she felt otherwise. Howard then asked one of the producers, Ruth, if he should be worried. Ruth responded by telling Howard he is a legend, which Robin felt didn't answer his question. Gary commented that Ruth is an amazing producer because she makes you feel like you're the most important person in the world. Howard agreed with Gary, adding that he had such a rapport with Ruth that he envisioned them getting together for coffee at some point in the future. Despite his feeling, Robin continued to suggest that Ed would go after Howard in a negative way. After Howard revealed that Ruth went to Harvard and once worked for Walter Cronkite, he asked her why she couldn't put together a piece that did nothing but celebrate his career. Ruth assured Howard that the story they are doing will reflect all different sides of him, which Howard didn't think sounded very positive. Ruth went on to mention how talented everyone on the show is and how smoothly the entire operation seemed to run. Howard again noted that it was comments like that one that made him feel comfortable with what would air on "60 Minutes," so he didn't know what to expect. Artie then pointed out that, as much as he wanted to believe they were all professional, he couldn't help but feel otherwise as he watched Benjy shove an onion bagel into his mouth.