Howard introduced a new contest, "The Crying Game," in which Sal would name a movie that had made one of the crew cry and then everyone had to guess which movie made which person break down. "Field of Dreams" was the first movie mentioned. Gary knew right away that Artie was the one who cried at it. He reasoned that, first off, it was a baseball movie, and, secondly, all Artie talks about is playing catch with his unborn son. Artie admitted that he was the one who got sentimental during the film, because he used to play catch with his father every day growing up, and it brought back memories. The movie had such an impact on Artie that he noted the first time he watched it he sobbed uncontrollably. After playing audio from the scene from "King Kong" in which the giant ape was killed, Sal claimed that was Gary's clip. However, Gary informed Howard Sal was playing a joke. The clip actually made Robin cry, but only because she was laughing so hard. The next real clip came from "Born Free, which was the film that made Howard cry.
After listening to the segment, Howard wondered what he was thinking when he got choked up from that movie. Since Howard felt the game was going nowhere, he stopped it before everyone's movie was revealed. Howard did say that "My Life" was the film that got Gary, "My Best Friend's Wedding" made Robin cry and Fred's choice was "Schindler's List." Howard pointed out that he wasted a great deal of time playing Sal's game. Robin also chimed in with how bad the contest was, thanking Sal for coming up with a game that went nowhere.