Sal the Stockbroker's wife, Christine, came into the studio for a bit that involved her shooting her husband with a paintball gun. As soon as Christine sat down, Howard asked her if she wondered if she had "made a mistake" in her choice of a mate, and she admitted she had been feeling that way lately. Christine went on to say she recently went to dinner and to a club with a friend of hers, and acknowledged a number of men hit on her while she was out. Howard then played one of Sal's most offensive songs, "My Wife," which had everyone in the studio laughing. When the song was done, Howard mentioned he didn't understand some of Sal's insults about Christine's looks, adding nobody could believe how "hot" she was. This led Howard to ask Christine if she was sexually attracted to Sal, but she paused and demanded she not be "put on the spot" that way.