Howard asked why Hall & Oates – after 70 million records and 8 number one hits – weren't in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and Daryl speculated that, if you were influenced by Howling Wolf, you're cool, but if you were influenced by Al Green and the Spinners, you're not. Daryl added that the reverse racism at play, like the phrase "blue-eyed soul," really upset him. Howard echoed Daryl's frustration, noting that he's not even mentioned once in the Radio Hall of Fame.
Howard asked if Daryl and John ever had sex together, so Daryl revealed that while they'd had sex in the same room, they'd never had sex with each other, adding that John was a "German Shepherd in a Chihuahua's pants." Howard played David Lynch's "I like to kill deer" ringtone for Daryl, who loved it. Daryl then played an acoustic version of "Rich Girl," Hall & Oates first hit, and a new song, "Christmas Must Be Tonight."