Johnny Fratto and his son, Johnny Jr., of the Beverly Hills Angels and Beverley Hills Choppers came into the studio. Johnny reported that KC Armstrong works for him and that KC and Johnny Jr.'s job was to go out at night to find girls to model the company's clothing. However, Johnny said KC regularly goes to clubs and ends up having sex with women while he's supposed to be working. As Johnny Jr. started talking about how KC, who's his roommate, allegedly stole his garbage can, KC got on the line to deny the story.
Howard mentioned that KC was supposed to be in the studio this morning but didn't make it because of a missed layover in San Diego. Johnny Jr. reported that KC always carries a bat with him everywhere he goes and KC admitted he does, in fact, have a bat with him at all times, but explained he has it for protection purposes only. Howard then asked KC about another story Johnny Jr. told about how KC took apart his computer for no apparent reason. KC replied, claiming that he's "a genius" when it comes to putting computers together and that he disassembled the one in question "to make it better."
Gary then came into the studio and mentioned he began thinking KC was "losing his mind" years ago when he carried a computer monitor around with him wherever he went. However, KC pointed out he traveled with the monitor in order to work on his DVD, "Die Laughing," an experience which, he added, caused him to go back to rehab. KC went on to announce he recently became an underwear model before also pointing out he'll do anything to further his modeling career.
Johnny said his dad used to work for Al Capone before his crime ring was broken up, even though his father never went to jail. Johnny added he lived a privileged lifestyle as a child because of his father's connections, recalling a time he missed a Harlem Globetrotters game because he was sick, only to have the entire team show up at his house later that day to play on his own basketball court. Johnny also told Howard about the time his father brought home a space capsule made by NASA while the government was trying to find its whereabouts, as well as when his dad allegedly made Michael Landon participate in a parade with his fellow "Bonanza" co-stars for his own amusement.
Johnny admitted he was wearing extra jewelry this morning in order to impress Howard, before saying he doesn't think "The Sopranos" shows viewers "the real business" of being in the mob. Johnny went on to say the makers of the show merely "touch the surface" of gangster life, while he'd prefer to see more of the "nuts and bolts" of what goes on it. Johnny also noted the only fear he ever had of his dad was that he'd "kiss his cheeks until they were raw."