Howard brought the Hogan family – including Hulk, Linda, Brooke and Nick – into the studio, even though he admitted he originally thought he was just going to be speaking to Brooke. Hulk reported he'd spent between $2 and $3 million in supporting Brooke's music career, and she added her new album, "Undiscovered," would be in stores tomorrow. When Brooke claimed she was still a virgin, Hulk noted he was no longer obsessing over her life, explaining he decided to let her make her own decisions as soon as she turned 18.
Brooke went on to say she'd done more with guys than kiss them, admitting she and some of her boyfriends went to "second or third base." However, after Howard explained "third base" meant putting "hands down pants," Brooke revised her statement, saying she hadn't gone that far.
Howard wondered how Hulk and Linda's marriage was going, and she replied their recent move to Miami was a difficult adjustment for them. After Hulk said their new home cost $12 million, he also reported their old house in Tampa Bay was worth almost twice that. Hulk then acknowledged he and Linda had been fighting quite a bit as of late, but Linda added she was confident they'd be married the rest of their lives.
Linda then said she and Hulk sometimes fought over certain aspects of Brooke's career, which led Howard to point out those decisions should be left to Brooke, which Hulk agreed should be the case. Nick next mentioned he wasn't worried about his parents, who had been married for close to 23 years, getting divorced, but added, if they did, they were all so close that not much in their lives would change as a result. Hulk proceeded to admit he was "100 percent" certain that he wanted a divorce last night, but, after the argument with Linda that caused him to feel this way was over, he commented he now wanted to stay with her.
Nick reported he was "in the middle of taking his GEDs," which Howard acknowledged surprised him because of how strict Hulk and Linda seemed. However, Linda said she had no choice but to pull Nick out of high school so he could be on the family's reality show, "Hogan Knows Best."
Nick then said he didn't need to get a job because of his father's wealth, but also noted he wanted to start earning his own living as soon as he could. Nick went on to mention he didn't drink or do drugs, mostly because he wanted to be a race-car driver, and he was often tested for those substances while practicing.
Nick also insisted he couldn't remember the first time he had sex, but denied Howard's claim that he lost his virginity when he was 14. When Brooke next said she knew Nick once had sex with an 18-year-old girl, he denied that as well.