In tonight's episode, Kathy will be playing the Apollo Theater, so she's getting help from Rachel True, whom you might remember as "Kathy's black friend." Kathy feels bad about asking her black friend what black people laugh at, but on the other hand, she wants to make sure she covers all the bases. Rachel's first suggestion is "Don't yell the N-word." Kathy's okay with that, and promises to stop at "bitch" and "cunt". Basically, Kathy is worried that her material about Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus might not be all that funny to the Apollo Crowd.
I guess we're done with Rachel already, because Kathy is going off to meet with Katt Williams, a black comic whose entire routing boils down to claiming to be a pimp. He's extremely popular and successful, though, so you can feel free to ignore me. His little dossier thing claims he's the "Most popular touring comic in the world", which is quite a claim. I stopped taking that sort of thing seriously when I read an article claiming that Jeff Dunham is the most successful stand-up comedian in the world. Kathy further claims (while outfitted in kind of a see-through vest that makes her breasts appear to be glowing) that Katt outsells Chris Rock and possibly Dane Cook. Kathy has brought Tiffany and Tom to her meeting with Katt. When Kathy introduces Tom as "my tour manager", Katt promptly asks Tom how the tour is going. I liked that, because it seemed like an automatic response; as soon as Katt learned something about Tom, he asked him about it. That's some How to Win Friends and Influence People tactics right there.
Katt has a giant house with many cars and dogs and llamas. And a putting green with golf carts. I don't think he needs the golf carts, because the putting green isn't that big. But hey, who doesn't want a couple of golf carts around the house? Katt criticizes Kathy's brake dust, so Kathy instructs Tiffany to "take care of it". That's what she tells Tiffany when she doesn't know what she wants done exactly. She just wants it taken care of somehow. Kathy tells us that Katt is huge "in the urban community", and also that he has a red velvet rope across the stairs inside his own home. I think you'll agree, that's pretty swanky. Katt and Kathy compare assistants' duties, and he encourages her to make sure that whatever she's paying Tom and Tiffany, it should never be enough for the tasks they have to perform.