Roger claimed members of The Who were "really poor" compared to other musical groups with longevity, which he said was the reason the group was still touring. Roger explained that he didn't have any publishing credits, so he didn't make the same money as artists who did, which included Pete, and also claimed that Pete sold the rights to some of The Who's songs in order to expose them to new fans. Howard then asked Roger to sing while Fred played guitar, and they broke into a version of "Who Are You," but Roger didn't sing because Fred was "playing the wrong chord."
Howard went on to dictate a letter he wanted Roger to deliver to Pete, but, when he finished, Roger admitted he hadn't written down anything Howard had said. Before Roger left, he agreed to sing the first verse of "Baba O'Riley" with Fred on guitar and Artie providing the background vocals.