Howard announced he'd heard Beetle was no longer allowed to live with his manager, Sean, and instead had to move back in with his mother.
Howard then claimed Sean was on the phone to talk to him, but Beet again wouldn't take the "phone," proclaiming, "I ain't takin' nothin'." Howard went on to play a clip from "Bad as Can," of Beet singing karaoke to a Michael Jackson song, but this didn't put Beetle in a good mood either. In fact, because Beetlejuice was so upset, Howard asked him if he'd be willing to discuss his problems off the air, but he responded, "Nope."
The two men who accompanied Beetle to the show entered the studio and assured Howard they'd look after Beet for the rest of the day to make sure he was okay. One of the men, Jason, then said he didn't know what was bothering Beetle, adding he was fine prior to his nap this morning.
As Fred played REM's "Everybody Hurts" in the background, Howard reminded Beet of all the good times he'd had on the show, and advised him to focus on the positives in his life. Howard went on to tell Beet that he loved him, and Beetle responded, "You're welcome."