When Bobby Badfingers came into the studio, Howard noted that he didn't like his new look. Howard explained that Bobby had dyed his hair, grown more facial hair and had lost weight since they'd last seen him. Despite his appearance, Bobby insisted that he hasn't "gone Hollywood, just Vegas," before adding that John Stamos gave him the sunglasses he was wearing.
Howard asked Bobby how opening for Carrot Top in Las Vegas has been going. Bobby responded, though, that Howard's version of his career wasn't correct, and that he actually hired Carrot Top to follow him. Upon hearing this, Howard pointed out that he didn't want Bobby to do his shtick on the air, which he said is something he's always done.
After Bobby proved Howard's point by claiming that he auditioned for a role in "Brokeback Mountain" before handing him a picture of him with a male horse, he mentioned that his Las Vegas act is 30 minutes, only 15 of which are devoted to finger snapping. Bobby added that he spends the rest of his time on stage telling jokes and interacting with the audience. Bobby went on to say that finger snapping is all he does for a living right now, but that he's also been developing a cartoon with Mike Judge. However, when Howard admitted that he was surprised that the creator of "Beavis and Butthead" and "King of the Hill" would work with Bobby, he replied that, although the cartoonist with whom he's working is really named Mike Judge, it's coincidental because he's not the Mike Judge responsible for those shows.
Bobby also commented that he does six shows a week with Carrot Top and that he lives in California and Las Vegas. Bobby then said that he wanted to perform a song called "Luck Be a Snapper" to the tune of "Luck be a Lady," which Howard said he could do. Before he got to it, though, Bobby mentioned that he's working on a book called "The History of Finger Snapping" and will also make an appearance on an upcoming show produced by Simon Cowell named "I Have Talent.
After Bobby's performance of "Luck Be a Snapper," Howard pointed out that his fingers hurt just from watching him. Bobby then told Howard that he's "working on" getting his hands insured and that he recently broke one of his fingers while practicing karate. Bobby added that he still participates in karate, but now wears gloves when he does so. When Artie asked how much money Bobby earns opening for Carrot Top, he said he couldn't divulge such information for fear of upsetting Mr. Top.