Howard announced that the speeches on the street began when they were in a break, so he would play both taped addresses as well as live ones during his remaining time on the air.
Dee, the woman who called in earlier this week sobbing because the show was ending, was the first speaker Howard listened to. In the portion of the speech that Howard played, Dee, who was bawling, was commenting that she was a good person and therefore couldn't believe she was in a crowd made up of racists and strippers.
Sal then reported in from the street to tell Howard that several of the barricades had been broken down by fans and that police officers were working frantically to fix them.
Sal added that there were so many people on the street that he felt like he was a part of The Million Man March, except with white people. After hearing from Sal, Howard played a clip of the morning's first speeches, which were given by Elephant Boy and Cliff Palette. In his address, Elephant Boy compared Howard to Martin Luther King, quoting his "free at last" line, while, according to Robin's ears, Cliff closed his speech with, "For those who want to rock, we salute you. Fire!"
Howard then pointed out that he didn't think Scott the Engineer had set up the outside microphones properly, because, even though there were thousands of people on the street, on the radio it sounded like there was no one out there. Howard then got back to the live feed of the event just in time to hear Beetlejuice talk to the crowd. Beet began his speech by saying, "Howard's a great man and I love it," before launching into a string of "yeahs" and "what's up, fellas?"
While Beetle was interacting with the audience, Howard pointed out that he was supposed to be introducing Staind, who was set to perform their version of "The Beetlejuice Song." As members of Staind were tuning their instruments, Howard played a portion of Miss Howard Stern's speech, which was interrupted on the tape by Sal yelling for Jason over her words. This led Howard to comment that, even during the show's grand finale, they still weren't very organized.
Jeff the Drunk was the next speaker Howard played. In his talk, Jeff commented that, besides his father, Howard is the only man he's ever loved. Jeff went on to say that Howard is the king of his universe, which was a label Howard admitted he wasn't sure he wanted. Will then informed Howard that he had just looked out the window to size up the crowd and that it extended as far as he could see.
Tom added that the number of people who were outside was unbelievable and was unlike anything he had ever witnessed before.