Howard acknowledged that he's been having trouble writing his farewell speech, largely because he isn't retiring from radio.
Artie commented that he, too, has been thinking about what he wants to say during the final show, but will probably end up winging it like he said he always does in those situations.
Robin revealed that she heard a weather report for December 16th, and that it's supposed to be warmer than usual that day and snow-free.
Richard came into the studio, and got permission from Howard to sing "Baker Street Baba Booey" at the parade.
Richard and Howard then decided that they'd drink shots before addressing the crowd that morning, which led Artie to reply that there's nothing better than making a public speech and not remembering it the next day.