Howard then got to his Grammy recap, and started it with a clip of the Police playing "Roxanne," which Gary pointed out featured "a weird verse" not in the original version of the song. While listening to the song, Howard noted the best part about the performance was Sting's bass playing, while Fred commented he thought the song was "f'ing awesome."
Howard then played a clip of the Red Hot Chili Peppers at the ceremony, as well as one of Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks imitating Nelson Muntz of "The Simpsons" saying, "Ha ha" to the group's critics as she accepted one of the five awards the band won last night.
Howard next turned to Mary J. Blige's performance, which led Robin to acknowledge she didn't know who listened to Mary's kind of music. Howard then got to Mary's acceptance speech for an award she won, where she thanked "My Father God My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ," before listing so many other people that she was cut off by the show's producers for running too long. Despite the reactions to the contrary from Howard, Robin and Gary, King of All Blacks called in to say he felt Mary was "the greatest singer of all time" – and couldn't believe no one else felt the same way.
Howard also played a clip of Christina Aguileria singing "It's a Man's World" as a tribute to James Brown, adding that he always thought Christina was attractive. Howard then played Rascal Flatts' and Carrie Underwood's tribute to Don Henley, which Howard admitted didn't impress him very much.
Howard then played a portion of Justin Timberlake's performance, and Gary noted he received even more accolades for it because he played the piano on the song. This led Gary to mention that, no matter what Justin accomplished in his career, he'd always remember him as the person who cried after being pranked on "Punk'd."