Walking down the sidewalk to the restaurant, people eating on patios make hooting and hollering noises in Kathy's direction. Except they're really hooting at Maggie, as every gay man stops Kathy to tell her how much they love Maggie. They arrive at the restaurant, and all the gays greet Maggie and pretty much ignore Kathy. Maggie interviews that it was easy to steal Kathy's gays because they're all so nice and friendly. But Maggie is willing to share them. Kathy interviews: "My mother is drunk on power and wine. There's no stopping her. I'm gonna have to say she's worse than Hitler." Kathy tells Maggie that it's time to go, but she wants to stay, and tells Kathy that hunky gay Greg will see that she gets home okay. So Kathy, all dejected, leaves the joint and wanders home alone. Commercials.
Casa Griffin. Maggie is there, and Kathy tells her that she's there to do an interview with grandparents.com. For some reason, Kathy thinks this will appeal to the geriatric Grammy voters. I'm sorry, Kathy, but I think the Rolling Stones have cornered the market on that demographic. Kathy gives her some interview tips, one of which is not to be drunk and another of which is not to embarrass Kathy. There's some interview stuff with Kathy about Maggie getting a spinoff, and then a long and rambling story in which Maggie explains why she's wearing a band-aid. So then Kathy fetches the "reporter" from the website. Her name is Susan. She's there to profile Maggie as an Extraordinary Grandparent. Kathy tells Maggie to tell Susan about her recent purchase, so Maggie tells her about the fancy bra she bought. And then she shows off the lift and separation she's getting from it. The interview goes on, with Kathy constantly interrupting. Susan seems to get the whole shtick, and is completely unfazed by her Extraordinary Grandparent talking about hanging out with the gays she stole from Kathy.