While Howard and George were having their discussion, Gary pointed out that he could literally walk down the hall and ask the OutQ host if that was his voice, or if he changed it because of his sexual orientation. With Howard's approval, Gary header over to the OutQ studio to talk to the hosts of the show Howard had been listening to, Larry Flick and Cheryl Barcenas. The first question Gary asked was whether workers on OutQ had to be gay, which both Larry and Cheryl said was not the case. Sheryl did acknowledge, though, that she is a lesbian who has been in a relationship with her current girlfriend for six months. As Howard got into some of the details about Cheryl's first sexual experience with her girlfriend, Gary admitted that he was completely turned on by the story. Howard added that he'd stop by the OutQ studio after his show was over, and that he'd try to get Cheryl to allow him to watch her and her girlfriend being intimate with one another. Next, Gary asked Larry about his lisp. Larry responded that his voice has always been the same, and that the way he talks has nothing to do with his orientation.