While Howard was pointing out how much Benjy ate every morning, Artie commented he felt badly for Fred, noting he and Benjy were "extra gross this year."
Artie added he felt the same way whenever George Takei was in the studio, especially because he "always had suggestions," including that he should "stop drinking soda."
Howard then got A.J. Benza on the line, who he said was good in "Rocky Balboa." Although Howard acknowledged he was "surprised" at A.J.'s acting ability in the movie, A.J. responded that he shouldn't have been, while also claiming he wasn't wearing a wig in the film and that he had stopped using drugs in his personal life because of his wife and children.'
A.J. went on to report he was making his money hosting "High Stakes Poker," while also saying, despite their previous "issues," he took Donald Trump's side in his dispute with Rosie O'Donnell.
A.J. noted he had to audition for his role in "Rocky Balboa," but also mentioned he'd been in a number of movies prior to that one. A.J. then recalled he was in a scene with the star of the film, Sylvester Stallone, who yelled at him in front of the entire crew when he forgot his lines at one point.
As the interview was ending, A.J. commented "High Stakes Poker" didn't have celebrities on it, but instead featured "regular people" putting up their own money.