The show opens with a teaser of content from the show, which involves everything from a Ben Bernanke to bears.
Stephen starts in with the news about Alan Greenspan stepping down from the Fed. President Bush has nominated Bernanke, so Stephen is excited because he's got so much money, his money makes its own money.
The word for tonight was "Overrated", after Rosa Parks, who died this week. Stephen suggested that she was overrated because she was made famous for breaking a law.
Up next is "Threat Down". Number 5 top threat is Walmart, which is introducing walk-in health clinics in stores in Florida.
Number 4 was "Bears". Bears have been attacking doctors, who were keeping them to take out their organs for medical treatments.
Number 3 is "Eight-Year-Olds." An Eight-Year-Old recently went on a hunt and killed a black bear.
Number 2 is "Magic." David Copperfield wants to impregnate a woman on stage using magic.
Number 1 is "Anti-Bacterial Soap." The soap has come under fire, as it's not a perfect soap to keep your hands clean.
Returning from commercial, Stephen welcomes tonight's guest, Greg Behrendt. The discussion was all about relationships and Greg's two books about relationships.
Back from commercial, they decided to take calls from people who had a question about relationships. In the first call, Stephen answers the question, using Greg's catch phrase. The second and third calls, Greg tells the callers that they should move on, but Stephen suggests that they continue with the relationship. The fourth call was just a guy who wanted to compliment Stephen, and not ask any questions.
Stephen ends the show by looking into what their morning show is up to tomorrow morning.
Again, another good show. The phone segment was hilarious, very well done. Let's see more "threat down" segments, as those are really funny.