Howard then had Mark Farner, formerly of Grand Funk Railroad, into the studio with his current band, Rock Patriot. Mark reported he recently approached his former Grand Funk band mates to reunite for a tour, but they informed him they were better off without him. Mark then said what made him feel the worst about the band's inability to get along was the impact it had on the group's fans, mostly because when Grand Funk Railroad now tours, they don't warn fans a new singer has taken his place in the band. Mark announced, like Jon Anderson, he was also involved with a Rock 'n Roll Fantasy Camp, while Rock Patriot's bassist, Kip Winger, told Howard he didn't appreciate that his name was worn on the t-shirt of the biggest nerd, Stuart, on "Beavis and Butthead." When Howard next announced he heard Mark was "more conservative than Ted Nugent," he replied he "didn't know what that word meant," explaining he didn't think any American soldiers should be fighting in wars not held on this country's soil. Rock Patriot then launched into the Grand Funk Railroad song, "I'm Your Captain," which Howard noted sounded so good it was making him think about enrolling in a music fantasy camp. During a commercial, legendary guitarist, Leslie West, called in to say Mark had the funniest dirty joke he'd ever heard, but, when Leslie was done trying to tell it, Howard asked when he would get to the great joke. In Leslie's honor, Howard debuted Leslie's version of "The Beetlejuice Song" from the KROCK archives.