This week’s edition of “The Friday Show” started where yesterday’s program left off: with Jon and Ralph at each other’s throat. Ralph said he didn’t appreciate the remarks Jon made about him during yesterday’s show – namely, that he wanted to do an episode of “The Friday Show” without Ralph to see how it went – before claiming he wasn’t mad, and just wanted to get “the stupid show” done. Jon responded by telling Ralph he agrees with many of his decisions concerning “The Friday Show,” but also admitted he was upset when Ralph said yesterday that the clips he pulled were too long. Ralph said he felt like he was “contributing a lot to the show,” so he didn’t understand why Jon wanted to do some shows without him, especially because kicking him off might “f’ with his livelihood.” However, Gary told Ralph the plan wasn’t to ruin his “livelihood,” but instead was to give him a different, behind-the-scenes role for that show. Jon then pointed out it was his show, and if he didn’t want Ralph on the program, he could talk to Howard and “that would be that.” Upon hearing that, Ralph corrected Jon, saying “The Friday Show” was actually Howard’s show, and his comment sounded “a little pompous” to him. After both Jon and Ralph said they didn't think they needed to apologize, Gary said he watches the two of them talk about the clips they're going to play every week, and thought their interactions were always uncomfortable. Gary added he wanted to see Ralph host an upcoming edition of “The Friday Show” on his own so he could better express his “vision” of the program, and Jon agreed. Jon went on to say, though, his “focus,” like Ralph’s, was “The Friday Show,” but, because he had other priorities as well, he couldn’t devote all his time to it, and therefore couldn’t always return Ralph’s phone calls on the matter right away. Ralph replied that he didn’t believe Jon’s response, and added that Howard calls him back whenever he tries to get in touch with him, even though, to him, Howard was “more busier” than Jon.