Steve Grillo came into the studio to read entries out of the diary he used to keep when he worked as an intern for Howard. Before Steve got to that, though, Howard pointed out that Steve had gained weight, and he responded he did so both because he was now eating whatever he wanted, and because he had developed a drinking problem as well.
Although Steve wanted to discuss getting a show on Howard 100, Howard acknowledged Ralph had recently told him that he'd listen to Steve reading from his diary all day, so he'd think about it. Steve then read an entry, which was about how he felt when Howard once apparently ignored him at one of his birthday shows.
Steve next got to an entry about how he felt after Howard read a private letter on the air that he'd sent him asking for career advice, and, while listening to him, Howard said he'd gladly give Steve an hour-long show so he could read from his diary. Steve then read an entry he'd written about how difficult his job as an intern was, and got laughter from Jimmy and Artie as he stumbled over his words. Although Howard responded by saying he thought Steve sounded "bitter" about his time on the show, he insisted that wasn't the case, referring to his time on the show as the "best of my life."
Steve went on to say he was in the process of having his entire back tattooed, and showed off the work he was having done. This led Howard to say he thought Steve looked "silly," and added he felt he was "bored." Steve responded by asking Howard to "give me something to do," and Jimmy pointed out that Steve had been burping beer throughout his interview, and that he was starting to smell as a result.
As Howard played an interview Steve did with Jodie Foster, High Pitch Eric called in to say hello to his hero, Jimmy. However, Eric informed Jimmy that, unlike in the past, he'd stopped masturbating to "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and started to report how his gout was getting better when Howard hung up on him. Howard then announced he'd give Steve a 30-minute show in the near future.