Kathy demands that Suzanne provide a celebrity for her star ceremony, and Suzanne suggests her good friend Barry. Manilow. Barry's a good sport on the phone and even sings a few bars of "I Write the Songs" to prove it's him. He'd keep singing, but Kathy cuts him off on the grounds that there's no way her chintzy little show can afford to clear that song. When Suzanne and Kathy ask him how many records he's sold, he claims that it's not about the money; it's about the heart. Yeah. Kathy tells him about the Palm Springs Walk of Fame, and he doesn't know where it is. Neither does Suzanne. Kathy claims that it's gotta hurt, but Suzanne sounds sincere when she says "Not ... really." Barry turns Kathy down for her awards ceremony the next day, on the flimsy excuse that he has a show in Las Vegas the next day. Oh, sure. That sounds likely. Like Barry Manilow is always going to Las Vegas. Kathy is mock-offended, and then Suzanne makes her apologize.
So the current situation: Kathy needs a legend for her dedication, and she wants to get this taken care of before the dinner party that night. Team Griffin (Maggie, Tom, Tiffany, Kathy) load onto a Palm Springs Tour Bus of the Stars to stalk some celebrities. I keep looking through the windows to see if I can spot my mother. Kathy is loud on the tour bus, but the tourists don't mind. Normally the celebrities are outside the bus!
The tour includes homes of various dead celebrities, as well as the worrying phrase "Bob Hope Party House". When they get to Carol Channing's house, Kathy's pretty sure they've got a live one so she flees the bus and trespasses all over the grounds, knocking on the windows and making a big, fairly-illegal nuisance of herself. Carol's not home, so Kathy leaves a note, which she sticks with gum from Tiffany's mouth. Pure class!
Midcommercial! For no apparent reason, Kathy is getting a foot massage. We're led to believe that Tom and Tiffany bullied her into it. It appears to be one of those super-painful foot massages they got on The Amazing Race that one time.