Tanaka also told about how his father had to make a toast speech and completely failed at it by first doing a normal short speech and after everyone was about to drink after "Kampai!", he suddenly continued with a long and pointless talk. He also said he was asked "Do Thai kicks really hurt so much?" by an 86 year old man.
Endou first went to the cafe with Wakki (don't remember full/real name, he's appeared on quite few Ametalk episodes) after a long filming session. They weren't really sure about if the store was open or not because it was close to midnight, but Jun-chan welcomed them in. Endou only said that Jun-chan was good at making green curry and almost bald, but after that Matsumoto brought up the fact that everybody's worried about Endou's future and then asked what Jun-chan would think if Endou found another woman.
Matsumoto told various things about first class flight and when he told the price (300000 yen) Endou, Tanaka and Tsukitei were really surprised. Since Hamada's reaction was lacking, they started to suspect that he also flew using first class. Finally Matsumoto said that instead of going first class, Hamada must have a used private jet.
In the corner about the movie, Matsumoto thought that doing a promotion for a small local television channel would be nice for a change, but he got really nervous when he realized he knew absolutely nobody on the set and that it reminded him of the time when he was young and the only person he knew on the sets was Hamada. Despite that, it was supposedly a good experience, but being forced to watch the VTR with Gaki crew was terrible.
In the final part Matsumoto and Tsukitei really pushed Endou for a good explanation since Endou is both a comedian and a big fan of baseball. Endou finally compared that to having a TV show that gets 25% ratings every week for a whole year, but then Matsumoto said he wanted a comparison to gyouza (the food) since he loves it, but Endou said he couldn't do it because he doesn't like gyouza that much. Then, ironically, Tsukitei says that it must be like being a comedian who never fails at doing jokes/oogiri (ie. suberanai) with a really bright smile on his face.