Jon announced he had three clips of Howard "jamming" with musical artists, the first of which was Bon Jovi. In the segment, the band played their hit at the time, "Runaway," while Howard lent background vocals to the song. Jon then got to a clip of Howard playing the keyboards on "Louie, Louie" as Frank Zappa tuned his guitar before playing one of Jethro Tull. Following the clips, Gary noted the best of the jam sessions was the last one, and he thought that was because Howard wasn't playing or singing on it. After a discussion about some of the stand-out musical moments that have occurred on the show, Jon played a less-than-stellar performance of "Runaway" Bon Jovi did at a club just for Howard. In fact, Gary noted the song sounded so bad – mostly because of the mix of the number – Howard played it every chance he could when he and Jon Bon Jovi were feuding, and that one of Jon's stipulations when he came back to the show was that it be taken out of Howard's regular rotation. While they were on the topic of music, Jon next played a story Gary told recently about the time he accompanied members of the Sex Pistols to Scores.