Mr. T came into the studio, and right away announced he stopped wearing his famous jewelry last year because he figured seeing it would've been an insult to people who suffered because of Hurricane Katrina. However, Robin insisted Mr. T gave up his jewelry for other causes in the past – including September 11th and his bout with cancer – but he replied he was last on the program in August of 2005, and he was wearing his jewelry at that time. Mr. T went on to say he wanted to date Robin, but that he wasn't interested in her sexually, which Robin admitted made her feel rejected.
Mr. T reported the cancer he had was "under control," and told Howard he thought he got the disease as "a test of faith." Mr. T also said he had a show on TV Land called "Pity the Fool," where he goes to various places to motivate people to live better lives. Because of this, Howard wondered how Mr. T would help Artie if given the chance, and he responded he'd take him to Central Park to allow him to "sweat out" the drugs he thought were in his system, before taking him boxing.
Mr. T added he believed Artie would be happier if he "felt better about himself," and Howard agreed with that assessment. Artie then claimed he'd call Mr. T the next time he had the urge to take drugs, and asked him to give him his number during the commercial.
After Mr. T said he was able to stay away from drugs his whole life because he wanted to be good to his mother, Howard acknowledged he didn't understand how Mr. T "didn't need a sexual partner" in his life. When Mr. T responded that he wasn't "a pervert," which was his reasoning for not having a girlfriend, Howard pointed out that wanting to have sex with a woman didn't make someone bad. Although Mr. T wouldn't talk about the last time he had sex, he assured Howard his cancer treatment didn't create any problems for him in that way.
Howard asked Mr. T what he liked to do in his personal life, and he said he watched "The A-Team" and TV Land, but also acknowledged he only had one friend. However, Mr. T told Robin he wouldn't be hyper if they went out on a date, and that she'd even have to ask him to talk more if they were together. Mr. T then told Howard he wouldn't go to a strip club with him, explaining that it wasn't one of the activities that brought him enjoyment.