Christa Miller, from "Scrubs" and "The Drew Carey Show," called in to talk on Mandy Moore's behalf about the allegations Wilmer Valderrama made on the show about their supposed sexual relationship. Before she got to that, though, Christa brought up how her neighbor, Nicole Sullivan, one of Artie's co-stars on "Mad TV," moved from her house because Artie was always visiting her in the mid-1990s. Artie admitted he was on cocaine at the time, but insisted his infatuation with Nicole wasn't as bad as Christa was making it out to be.
However, Artie went on to remember he once tried to visit Nicole at 4 a.m. because he wanted to do drugs at her house and that was when he discovered she had left her house. Artie added he instead ended up sitting in the living room by himself that morning to do his drugs and she had let him in even though she was mad at having been woken up so early when she had to be on the set of "The Drew Carey Show" at 9 a.m. After Howard pointed out how amazed he was that he discovers something new about Artie everyday, Artie added that he learned a detail about his life himself this morning, claiming he didn't realize Nicole moved because of him.
As Artie was talking about how Orlando Jones, among others, saved his life when he was into cocaine, he also brought up his former drug dealer, the same man who took Artie to the party where he ended up having semen shot onto his chest. This led Howard to ask George if he ever had "a load on his chest," to which he replied, "Oh, yes."
Christa insisted to Howard that not only did Mandy NOT lose her virginity to Wilmer as he claimed, but that the two didn't even have sex. Christa also mentioned Mandy's current boyfriend, Zach Braff, called Wilmer after his appearance on the show and Wilmer told him his words were "twisted" on the air, which Christa added she knew wasn't the case. After Christa reported Mandy was "really pissed" about Wilmer's remarks, Howard admitted he didn't know who to believe. However, Fred didn't feel the same way, explaining he thought Mandy was "full of sh*t," and that if she and Wilmer were never intimate, she should've come on the show herself to refute his comments.