Greg Giraldo stepped up to the mic and informed Colin Quinn he was "so washed up" that parents were now telling their kids to "Colin Quinn" before they eat dinner. After Greg pointed out that Artie claiming he had "let himself go" was like saying Gary wasn't "classically handsome," he commented the only way Howard would've missed the roast would've been if Gary's "dead father was laying there," and the crowd applauded loudly. Greg then said Gary was lucky to be so successful, seeing as his only talents were "Mets trivia and flossing with a jump rope."
Greg proceeded to note that, among all the no-talented, hangers-on in radio, Gary had "the ugliest face." When Greg was done, Gary replied he found the joke about his father well-crafted, and called it the best one of the roast thus far. Gary then mentioned Dan Patrick of ESPN fame was in the front row, and Dan said he decided to come in because he'd been a fan of the show for 20 years, and wanted to put "faces to the names," and everyone looked different than he had imagined – except JD. Dan added, though, that, after seeing Richard and Sal, he wished he'd stayed home instead. A man named Joe then took the stage to perform a medley of his Baba Booey songs, including one to the tune of "The Macarena."