Kathy interviews that while this whole thing did start out as something of a joke at Oprah's expense, the kids really got to her, and she's super-happy to have helped build what is now the cool place for these kids to be. Like Hyde in L.A., or Pure in Vegas. And at this one, Kathy's the one holding the velvet rope, saying who's in and who's ocho. Oh, Mrs. Kathy. We see the kids take photos with Teams Griffin and Woz on their fancy new Macs, and damned if I'm not a little touched. Where are all the ugly Mexican children? These ones are all so cute!
After the break, Team Griffin presents Kathy with their piñata, which the kids proceed to break open with, like, one shot. Not to be robbed of their catharsis, Team Griffin proceeds to pummel the effigy with their fists. The kids start throwing the candy around, but just when it looks like it's going bad down on the ground, they start a cheer for Kathy that goes "Kathy-Kathy-Kathy, ra-ra-ra!" Aw. Kathy interviews that she hopes they'll remember her as "the odd lady with the burnt face who gave them books and introduced them to Señor Wozniak. And let them beat the shit out of a piñata that looked like her. Did Oprah do that?" My guess is probably not.
Joe R hopes those books eventually get cataloged according to the Library of Congress and not the inferior Dewey Decimal system. Kathy can discuss the pros and cons of this with him via email.