High Pitch Erik stopped by early in the morning to get weighed. As a refresher – Howard promised Erik before the break that if he was able to lose 10 lbs. (from his 423 lb. frame) in the two weeks, he would win a Flat Ronnie (download your own printable one here).
"Jason told me when he weighed High Pitch, High Pitch was upset," Howard told listeners. So outside of the official prize, losing the weight could serve as a needed wakeup call for him.
High Pitch triumphantly shuffled into the studio and said Howard didn't even know what was going on with him now. "I'm now a regular detective on 'Blue Bloods,'" he offered as proof of why he should have the Flat Ronnie. But still, evidence won't do anything if he didn't lose the weight.
"I dieted for two weeks – no soda," Erik explained of his methodology. "I did not have beer for two weeks. I drank vodka if I had to."
As for exercise, Erik said he used a friend's gym. "I tried to use the elliptical, but I fell off," he admitted. Instead he said he did some pushups, but Robin wasn't convinced.
So with everything said and done, the moment of truth came to fruition and High Pitch weighed in at a successful 407 lbs., meaning he lost 16 lbs. "Now I am not a fat fuck anymore!" Erik celebrated.
The Wack Packer declared he'd continue the diet, but Gary came in to say he doesn't believe it. After some negotiating back and forth, the two agreed that if Erik could lose another 25 lbs. in the next six weeks he'd get $50. Otherwise he'd have to pay $50 to Gary (despite the fact that he only has $23 in his checking account).