"Throw me a bone," Sally said mid-interview, which caused the 53-year-old to chuckle.
"Larry, stop it," Sally was forced to say.
See how it all unfolds in the video above.
Ryan James was a shy boy from the suburbs who ditched his job in finance to become a male escort and he's revealing the secrets of the sex industry in a new book.
"I went out one night for Friday night drinks. I met a girl who used to be an escort," Ryan explains to Larry and Sally.
"We started dating and a year later she decided she wanted to get back into it and I supported her and I thought, 'you know what? I might try the same thing, see what happens'."
Fortunately for Ryan, his family didn't take the news terribly.
"I didn't tell them [my family] at first. When I did get started I told my friends pretty quickly. My family found out a little later," he said.
"It was a bit of a mixed reaction. They don't treat me any differently because of it. It's probably not the kind of thing parents would choose for their children but they still treat me well."
And for the fellas out there, James has a bit of insight into what women are after. His most popular request? A 'dinner date', which includes dinner and then heading back to the client's hotel or apartment.
James charges $3,500 for the package, six hours of 'pampering and pleasure' or $4,500 if she wants him to stay the night and have breakfast in the morning.
Watch the videos in this article to find out every bit of information about what it's really like to be a male escort, including, Ryan's friends and family's surprising reactions, the most common requests from women, and just how much money he makes.
This article originally appeared on New Idea