Howard welcomed Steve Langford to the studio and asked Will to join them: "There are several sources who say you cheated on the IQ test."
Steve said several sources were telling him so: "Did you get some of the questions or part of the test ahead of time?"
Will said he'd simply researched the test's format: "I said to myself, is there any way I can, like, practice for it [or] figure out what the format of the test is?"
Will said the preparation was simple: "If you Google the test name, the whole test format will come up."
Of the samples Will saw, he only gleaned the test's format: " of the answers were on there...I never saw the actual questions."
But he did know a few answers: "I did get a couple of answers from people who work here in the back office and were yapping about it after the first round of tests.
The Truth Is Somewhere
Steve remained vigilant: "The truth is somewhere and we're looking for it. Our sources claim that you had assistance from a professor."
Will threw his hands up: "Can we just say my IQ is 90 and get it over with?"
Steve continued: "One of our sources...calls it cheating."
Howard thought a cheater would have done much better than Will's score of 130: "If you cheated, you should've gotten a 180."
Will insisted he didn't do anything wrong--it'd be too hard: "Let's say they gave me all the answers. This is a two-hour test. With thousands of questions on it. The fact that I could memorize the test..."
George was impressed with Steve's rigorous line of questioning: "I feel like I'm sitting in on the McCarthy hearings."
Howard said he believed Will's story: "Will's test scores stand."