Because of Mr. T's new job as a motivational speaker, Howard had Beetlejuice come in so Mr. T could try to help him with his life. When Beet admitted he was losing his teeth, Mr. T advised him to brush his teeth and gargle. Beetle went on to claim he knew who Mr. T was, noting he played "a bartender in 'Rocky,'" which caused Mr. T to acknowledge he had his job cut out for him.
Beet noted he hadn't had sex "in 20 years," and admitted he was "a little down." Howard then asked Mr. T to help Beetlejuice, but Mr. T responded the show was "the wrong format" for him to give advice. Mr. T added he needed to get to know Beetle before he could help him, and suggested they go to lunch. Howard then brought up that Beetle cried during one of his recent appearances on the show, and Mr. T told him there was nothing wrong with that. When Howard next asked Beet if he was proud of Mr. T for being a positive black role model, he replied, "Oh, definitely."