Howard got a listener named Farmer on the line and promised him $500 if he could win a round of The Bobo or Bigfoot Game. The rules: Howard reads a question that was asked of both Bobo and Bigfoot and the contestant has to guess who got it right (both, neither, Bobo or Bigfoot). Three out of five takes the cash.
Howard then started in with the questions: Who is the current vice-president? Farmer correctly predicted that neither would know. Bobo answered: "I know it. I just can't think of it." Bigfoot was closer: "Obama there or whatever his f'in name is." What is venison? Farmer predicted that only Bigfoot would know the answer, but Bobo was the one who nailed it: "I believe that's deer meat." Bigfoot was way off-base: "It's like having credit on something." Who invented the telephone? Farmer correctly predicted that neither would know. Bobo was close, though: "Ma Bell?" What do tadpoles grow up to be? Farmer thought both had to know, but Bobo failed: "Could be a praying mantis." Bigfoot knew what was up: "Tadpoles? Turn into frogs!" Who gave America the Statue of Liberty? Farmer didn't think either Bobo or Bigfoot would know - and was surprised (like everyone else in-studio) when both said France. Howard gave the Farmer the cash prize anyway.