Gilbert Gottfried stopped in, and Howard immediately mentioned he'd heard Gilbert was more miserable than ever because of his marriage and the pregnancy of his wife.
After Robin brought up that she was told Gilbert was happy with his life, Gilbert reported they had a small wedding, and none of his "scientologist friends" attended. Gilbert went on to say he had "a traditional Jewish wedding" to appease his wife, and claimed that, if footage of it was leaked, it would be "bigger than Pam Anderson's tape." Although Gilbert acknowledged he wore a suit to the ceremony, he added he was "a rebel" and didn't include a tie in his wardrobe.
From Caucasian to Asian
Gilbert said he knew the gender of his baby, but didn't want to reveal it prematurely to keep "Entertainment Tonight" from losing interest in the story. As George noted how he thought Gilbert looked a lot like one of his uncles, who, of course, is Japanese, Gilbert paused because he didn't know who'd asked the question.
After discovering it was George, though, Gilbert remembered the time someone on the street approached him thinking he was Rupert Jee from "The Late Show with David Letterman" fame, as well as Pat Morita from "The Karate Kid."
Gilbert proceeded to mention he and his wife honeymooned in San Francisco, and claimed they hadn't been intimate since they found out she was pregnant, which Robin noted was prior to their marriage. Gilbert went on to admit he was still "flipping out" about his situation, adding he didn't know "how it happened."
Keeping His Hands to Himself
Gilbert mentioned his wife took his last name, and simply laughed when Howard asked him if there was anything about her that he loved. Gilbert went on to report a nursery was already set up in their apartment for the baby, and denied that he'd ever put his hands on his wife's stomach to feel the child's presence. Gary then came into the studio and reported his wife was credited as one of the producers of his DVD, "Dirty Jokes," which he replied was true.
George went on to explain how Gilbert looked like his uncle, which led Gilbert to request George bring in a picture of him the next time he was in the studio. As Gilbert laughed at George's remark, Howard informed him that George's uncle was actually named "Hiroito Gottfried." When a caller pointed out that Aflac had reported they were thinking about dropping Gilbert's duck from their ads, Gilbert responded that the decision wasn't final yet.