Gary told Howard that Will Murray rejected his backup revelation yesterday, and reasoned it was because his original confession was so much better.
However, Will came into the studio and reported that Gary's second secret wasn't good enough to make the cut regardless of how solid his first revelation was. Since Gary's second secret was rejected, he decided to share it with everyone. Gary explained that he and a friend of his looked like each other when they were in high school and that a girl was extremely interested in the other guy. Gary remembered that on one occasion when his parents were out of town, he had his friend and the girl over to his house for some drinks.
Gary noted that, although she wasn't completely drunk, the girl became a bit tipsy, and ended up lying down on his bed, at which point he encouraged his friend to make his move on her.
Since his friend didn't like the girl, though, Gary said he decided to pretend he was his friend and entered the room. Gary admitted that after they kissed for a while, the girl realized that he wasn't who she thought he was. Gary added that although the two didn't have sex, she still used her hand on him even after she discovered his real identity.
Artie pointed out that Gary's story reminded him of one of his own, which he told. Artie explained that he was at a baseball game at Wrigley Field while he was on "The Norm Show," and that four attractive girls, who happened to be drunk, recognized him from an appearance he had made that morning on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien."
When one of the women asked Artie his name, she misunderstood him and thought he told her it was "Andy," which led her to believe that he was Andy Richter from "Late Night."
Artie noted that he was familiar enough with "Late Night" that he was able to answer the girl's questions, and that he ended up making out with her at a bar later that night. Artie added that even though he has problems with guilt stemming from other things, he's never regretted what he did on that occasion.