Howard brought a fan named Bob into the studio. Bob reminded Howard he was granted the tour because he'd called in a few months ago with the "What Weighs More?" game where everyone guessed whether certain objects or animals weighed more or less than Artie. Gary then came into the studio and asked Bob if he was straight, and Bob replied he was. This led Howard to tell Gary his question was inappropriate, and gave Bob permission to "beat his ass" if he wanted to.
Bob next announced he had two new Artie-related games, one that asked if Artie was too heavy to partake in certain jobs or activities, and the other to see if certain movies got more stars than "Beer League." After hearing that, Howard admitted he was interested in both contests, and added he liked Bob, even though he couldn't explain why.
When Howard asked Bob to get to the first game, he read the following jobs or activities, but only after Artie weighed in this morning at 296 pounds – his heaviest yet:
• Is Artie too heavy to join the NYPD? Everyone guessed no, but Bob revealed there was no weight restriction to join the force, despite the fact that he'd have to first pass an obstacle course test.
• Is Artie too heavy to be classified as an Olympic heavyweight boxer? Bob announced Artie was.
• Is Artie too heavy to ride Space Mountain? Howard replied no, but Bob said there was a certain weight limit because the safety bar wouldn't fit over someone of Artie's stature.
• Is Artie too heavy to join the Army? Bob noted he was, explaining, at 5'10", Artie could weigh no more than 187 pounds or else he'd have to do more than 90 pushups.
This led Artie to wonder how many pushups he could, in fact, do this morning, so he tried it. After Artie completed 22 pushups, he was out of breath and acknowledged he used to be able to do more than 100.