After Jason spoke to a few more fans on the street, Ralph came into the studio and told Howard that there was a drizzle outside, but that the temperature was more than comfortable.
Since Ralph was in the studio, Gary brought up that last night's "Super Fan Roundtable" was the best one he'd ever heard, because of the way Ralph was making fun of Steve Grillo on the show.
Gary explained that Steve sounded like he was drunk and Ralph made fun of him the entire time. Ralph added that another panelist, KC Armstrong, showed up late and only got to be on the air for the last part of the broadcast.
Steve came in and acknowledged that he had been drinking the previous night and was therefore feeling some of the effects during "The Super Fan Roundtable."
Steve went on to say that, although he liked hearing Jackie's return on the show yesterday, he didn't think he sounded like the Jackie of old. Gary then told Howard that some people have been complaining that Howard let Jackie off too easily during their talk and that he didn't ask him enough questions about why he left.
Howard responded that he never planned on being confrontational with Jackie, while Robin noted that the show wasn't a prison and people can leave as they please.
Don't Let the Door Hit You
Gary announced that it really hit him when he saw this morning that Fred had gathered all of his musical instruments and put them in a pile to take home.
Fred mentioned that Artie had asked him to go to lunch yesterday to celebrate with other people from the show, but that he couldn't because he needed to pack some of his belongings.
Howard then brought up the fact that they have to remove all of their possessions from the studio by tomorrow, because renovations are starting on Sunday.