Howard noted that Ralph has been on some kind of anti-Artie campaign recently, as he's still upset about Artie accusing him of stealing money. Artie repeated the story in question, explaining that when the crew last went to Vegas, they all played a card game - and at the end of the game, Ralph swiped a $100 bill from the table even though he'd lost. When confronted about what he'd done, Ralph claimed he was wrongly accused and slapped down the $100, saying, "I didn't take it. But here, take a $100 from me."
Artie said it wasn't the only time it happened that weekend – Ralph also supposedly swiped a $100 from a tip left on a table for a cocktail waitress. Howard then played a clip of Ralph disputing the two stories, in which Ralph said Artie's credibility was shot after lying multiple times about his heroin use. Artie had a defense ready: "What would my motive possibly be in all this?...I got back from Vegas and said I can't wait to lie about Ralph? Dominic Barbara called in to put up $5,000 for Ralph if he passes a lie detector test about Artie's accusations, and Ralph called in to agree to the stunt.