The show started with Howard mentioning that he asked Robin if she was okay this morning following the shots she took during the Andy Dick Roast yesterday, but she assured him she didn't care about what most people – much less comedians who didn't know her – said about her.
Despite this, Howard noted that when Beth heard some of the jokes yesterday's roasters made at Robin's expense, she advised him to make sure Robin was ok, but Robin laughed off his concern. This led Howard to point out he felt Robin was laughing to hide her true feelings, and added that, based on her reaction, he didn't think she was able to feel "compassion."
Robin then said she didn't like the way Howard approached her today to ask how the graduation she attended yesterday was, and wished he hadn't "wasted her time" and should've instead come right out and asked if she was all right about the roast. Given Robin's response, Howard apologized for "caring" about her, and she again laughed.
Robin then to asked about the fans' reactions to the roast, and Howard told her that the e-mail was mixed, but that there was a story about it in today's New York Post. After Howard noted that the Rev. Bob Levy wasn't named in the article, he also said Bob was on yesterday's "Wrap Up Show" blaming the in-studio audience – and not his material – for the lack of laughs. However, Artie replied that, while yesterday's crowd was more "relaxed" than previous roast attendees, he didn't believe the fans should be criticized.
Howard proceeded to read some of the e-mails he received about the roast, with a few of them saying it was difficult listening to the event when the comedians "bombed." Artie addressed the remark, though, by pointing out what he liked about the show's roasts was that they were unedited, and that such lulls occurred at every roast, but those parts were cut out of other broadcasts.