Artie said he was looking forward to eating his chicken and rice with Howard this morning as part of his new diet, which led Howard to note that Beth ran into Artie's sister recently, and that his sister claimed she didn't consider Artie to be "a fat guy."
Although Fred said he "respectfully disagreed" with Artie's sister's assessment of him, Howard acknowledged he understood what she was saying, explaining, to him, Artie didn't look like he weighed as much as he did, which was exactly 300 pounds as of yesterday. Artie then commented that he had a number of life insurance policies, and those, along with all his other assets, meant his mother and sister would be taken care of for their lives should he die.
While Howard again talked about the intern awards from yesterday, he also took a call from Sour Shoes, who said he was 32 years old, and who went on to perform a number of Pink Floyd songs, including "Money" as he also did his impressions of Scott Ferrall and Ronnie the Limo Driver.
As Howard read more of the "Inty Award" winners, including that Artie was the funniest staffer as well as the most popular one, he admitted he was hurt that he didn't win either of the categories. Steve the Intern then came into the studio and told Howard that he thought he didn't win any awards because the interns were too intimidated by him, which, he added, was why he wasn't even nominated for any awards.