Howard welcomed some people into the studio for their final goodbyes. The first person Howard addressed was Paul Turner, who has been the voice of the show for years and who was lined up to announce the speakers later in the broadcast.
Paul revealed that he recently got divorced and was thus hoping to meet some women at the festivities. Howard responded that Paul was in luck and proceeded to bring in women from both Scores and The Bunny Ranch. Howard was surprised that one of his favorite Scores girls Danielle – better known as the "Vodka, straight up! Thank you!" girl – hadn't been drinking this morning.
When Danielle told Howard that no one had offered her anything to drink, Artie distributed some of his liquor to the women. Before they started drinking it, however, the Bunny Ranch girls questioned the Scores girls' ability to hold down their alcohol and wanted to have a drinking contest. The Scores girls, of course, accepted the challenge. Howard then spoke to his former NBC colleague Al Rosenberg and Stan Dworkin, who ran for lieutenant governor in New York in 1994. Howard also said goodbye to Sam Simon, as well as Dr. Sal Calabro, who noted that he has given breast implants to close to 100 women as prizes on the show.
Howard then allowed King of All Blacks and Angry Black to have an exchange about their wardrobes. King began his tirade by accusing Angry of wearing Timberlands that cost only $60, which, he noted, wasn't a great deal of money compared to the $150 he spent on his pair. King went on to say that the amount of money people spend on their clothing and shoes is important, because, as he put it, "life is all about material possessions."