Jesse Ventura stopped by and immediately started talking about how professional wrestling ruined his hips with a move called a "backdrop." Howard asked if Jesse had any enemy kills when he was a Navy Seal, but Jesse still refused to say: "That's something any military man keeps to himself." Jesse said even his own father would only tell him the "fun stuff" about war – he had to hear from his mother that his dad had driven a tank over fields of dead bodies.
Robin complained that Jesse no longer shaved his head, so Jesse laughed that he not only had hair now - he also dyes it. Howard asked why Jesse didn't like Hulk Hogan, which led Jesse to tell a story about trying to unionize the WWF wrestlers, only to almost be fired after Hogan ratted him out to Vince McMahon. Jesse said the wrestlers don't have a union to this very day – they're considered "independent contractors" by the government.
An Independent Truther...
Howard asked Jesse why he decided not to run for one of Minnesota's seats in the US Senate, so Jesse explained that an independent candidate doesn't get support or protection from "the good ol' boys club" and is therefore subject to abject scrutiny. Howard wondered why Al Franken – one of the guys Jesse would've been running against for the seat – has had such an unsuccessful campaign, and Jesse cited Al's carpetbagging condescension as a major turn-off for Minnesota voters.
Howard asked if Jesse would ever run for the presidency, but Jesse dismissed the idea, saying an independent president would be assassinated immediately. Jesse added that he wasn't even a believer in the official version of September 11th anymore and began spouting "truther" theories: "I think [Osama Bin Laden] is the modern Lee Harvey Oswald...We have the Boogeyman out there." Howard replied that he didn't think Bush was evil enough to attack his own country.
...And Going Commando
Jesse told the crew about his time in Vietnam, which led Robin to ask if he ever patronized Vietnamese prostitutes. Jesse said, "Hell no! I did that in the Philippines." Jesse also confessed that one of the rules of the Navy SEALS was that they never wear underwear: "And I still don't." Jesse then pulled down his pants to show Howard that was telling the truth.