Robots Don't Cry
Following a clip of John the Stutterer's speech, Howard proceeded to play Tom's address. In his talk, Tom admitted that he was feeling not only pride toward the show, but also a sense of sadness because it was coming to an end. As Tom wrapped up his time commenting on how much the show has meant to him, the crowd began chanting, "Give Howard his tapes."
Ralph then came back into the studio and told Howard that the radio broadcast wasn't doing justice to how many people were in the streets. Ralph also reported that the rain had stopped and that the sun was even beginning to come out. Before getting to more speeches, Howard took a call from Congressman Gary Ackerman, who Robin noted was one of the few politicians who argued for free speech on Capital Hill.
Anything for a Plug
When Scott the Engineer addressed the crowd, Howard pointed out that he didn't know why he hired him seeing as the microphones in the crowd weren't working. After Benjy made his speech, which, he claimed to have stolen from Hitler, Howard had some more people into the studio. Vinnie Favale was the first one to say goodbye and he informed Howard that listening to the show has made his fans "smarter, funnier and cooler."
Jim Florentine then commented that Howard helped his career a great deal, especially because he was an obscure comic when he first started appearing on the show. Howard responded that he still considers Jim to be an obscure comic, which Jim said wasn't the case, adding that he now has his own show on the Internet. Victoria Zdrok from "Penthouse" also stopped in.
Because Victoria plugged several Web sites while she was talking, Howard demanded that she agree to play "Butt Bongo," which she did. Victoria proceeded to get completely naked and Artie, who Howard allowed to participate on his behalf, played "The Bayside Baba Booey Song" on her behind. In the middle of his solo, Artie apologized to his girlfriend Dana, who he noted was in the green room down the hall.