Bob commented his 15-year-old daughter just got a belly-button piercing, and she was able to do so because one of her friends called the place pretending to be her mother and gave the person who pierced her permission to do so. Fred then said he was curious if Bob ever approached the pottery instructor about any of his accusations, but Howard again insisted the topic be dropped. Howard went on to take a call from a comedian named RJ, who claimed Andrew Dice Clay owed him money. After RJ talked about his problems with Dice, Artie said he knew who the caller was, and Howard promised to get RJ on the line the next time Dice was in the studio.
As Bob shared more details about Melissa and the pottery instructor – including that the two of them were making fun of him during their taped conversation – Howard noted the new facts changed everything, and asked Will to get Melissa on the line, which he did. Melissa then reported she stopped going to the pottery class in question because of the instructor's behavior, and added she didn't know what else to do to show Bob how much she loved him.
Bob insisted he wasn't angry at Melissa's behavior, but Howard pointed out he didn't think he was telling the truth. When Melissa said she was scheduled to come to New York today to be with Bob, but that he had since told her not to show up, Bob didn't have much of a response. Melissa went on to admit she should've told the pottery instructor to stop taking shots at her husband while the two of them were in the van together, but also mentioned what he was saying wasn't too offensive to him.
Before Robin got to the news, Melissa announced she was coming to New York no matter what, and Howard assured her Bob was smiling when she said so. Bob added he loved Melissa, and she replied she knew that was the case because she didn't feel he'd have had this kind of reaction to her and her pottery instructor otherwise.