Howard announced that Ronnie the Limo Driver pulled off "the greatest prank of all time" following yesterday's roast. Howard explained that Ronnie's wife, Bonnie, was feeling ill, so when Penny Crone left a message with her to find out what she thought about the roast for the Howard 100 News, Bonnie told Ronnie she couldn't go through with the interview. Given this, Howard said that Ronnie actually called Penny himself and did an impression – which was simply Ronnie making his voice higher – of his wife. Gary added that Penny did actually fall for Ronnie's impersonation, noting that, after she got off the phone with "Bonnie," she commented that "she" sounded like High Pitch Eric. In the clip, "Bonnie" told Penny that she thought the comedians should've been meaner to Ronnie during the roast and that he was calm when he arrived home after it.
After "Bonnie" commented that Ronnie is a "lunatic" at home who spends his Sundays glued to the TV watching NASCAR, "Bonnie" added that it doesn't bother "her" that Ronnie frequents Scores as often as he does and that she'd even like to see him manage the club someday. "Bonnie" ended "her" conversation with Penny with the following pearl of wisdom: "Let your man do what he wants as long as he comes home to you at night." Ronnie thought someone would end up informing Penny that it was him on the phone, but he knew no one had when he heard a promo for the interview at the start of yesterday's news. Ronnie also reported that, during the parts of their conversation that didn't make it on the air, she compared her own mother to the way "Bonnie" said she dealt with "her" husband. Upon hearing the conversation, Artie agreed that it was the best ending to a roast ever.