Howard commented that Sal was becoming increasingly upset at the fact that he wasn't invited to the party Robin has been planning recently.
Robin told Howard that she hasn't decided if she wants Richard to attend her get-together, so she hasn't invited him yet either, but added that there's no chance Sal will be given an invitation.
Sal came into the studio and promised Robin that he wouldn't misbehave at her house, before mentioning that he'd "do anything" to be invited.
Howard went on to admit that he was feeling badly for Sal and told Robin that she shouldn't take his feelings about Sal into consideration when making her decision.
Robin informed Howard that, although she weighed his opinion about Sal, she simply decided she didn't want him at her house.
Howard asked Sal if he'd be willing to get waxed on the air for an invite to Robin's party, but he wouldn't go that far. Sal then said, though, that he'd let someone "shave his balls" and put carburetor fluid on his package – a stunt Bubba recently did on his show – if he was allowed to attend the party, but he drew the line at waxing.
As everyone suggested other activities Sal should have to do in order to go to Robin's house, Artie pointed out that "the creepy things" Sal was willing to do just to go to the party were the exact reasons he wasn't invited.
Injury to Insult
While Jon Hein was in the studio reporting on what will air on today's edition of "The Wrap Up Show," he revealed that he was invited to Robin's party.
After finding out that JD was also asked to attend the party, Artie pointed out that Sal must really appreciate hearing the news.
This led Fred to suggest that, since Robin would've invited Stuttering John to her get together had he still been working for the show, she should therefore invite Richard, seeing as he won John's job.
Artie then mentioned that, while he was in Los Angeles during last week's vacation, he went to Stuttering John's house for dinner, and "the only word" he could use to describe the view from his property was "breathtaking."
Artie went on to estimate that John's house must've cost "a few million bucks," while Gary added that the view from his house was the kind of thing you see in movies.