Howard listened to King of All Blacks' second show last night and thought he was still struggling. Howard pointed out that, although King was alone in the studio this time, he wasn't being himself. Gary noted that King has fallen into the trap of announcing what he's going to do before he does it and Howard advised him to relax and talk about what he knows. Howard mentioned that, tonight, King will be interviewing Beth O, so maybe having a single guest will turn his luck around. Howard reported that Tim Sabean, the program director at Howard 100, tried to have a meeting with King to prepare him for his second show, but that King refused the invitation. King then got on the line and promised Howard that he has what it takes to make it on radio and that he's going to get in the groove for the next three days. Ralph called in and told Howard that King doesn't realize why he's so interesting, which is why his show is going badly. Ralph recalled that at one point during his second program, King started discussing his wife, but as soon as that got interesting, King changed the topic.
Howard mentioned that as bad as Double A's show was, he at least had two games prepared while knowing what direction he was going to take with his time. Angry Black called in and chided King about giving up his dream of being on the radio, because, in his opinion, all King is good for is sweeping streets. As a peace offering, Angry then assured King that he'd still let him come on his program anytime he wanted. King responded by telling Angry that he's not worried about his past two performances and that he knows Howard has confidence in him. However, Howard informed King that, as much as he likes him, radio is a cutthroat business, so he won't keep him around if he doesn't start delivering.