Kathy remembers that Lindsay Lohan was in the pilot episode of "Bette", but Ms. Midler has only nice things to say about her. Bette doesn't watch television, but she does watch YouTube a lot. We cut to Kathy explaining that she thought all of her questions were perfectly appropriate, so the next question will presumably be a doozy. She asks if "The Wind Beneath My Wings" is about farts. Bette doesn't laugh. Kathy blames the guys who told her to ask that. Bette gives a tight smile and wants to move on. Kathy recovers by getting Bette to tell her a story about Cher, Elton John, and Flip Wilson. Then, with a detour through Bob Dylan, we reach the story where Bette did Carson's last Tonight Show. This whole time, they're kind of sitting next to each other and looking sideways, and it really feels staged to me. I mean, I realize the whole reason Kathy's here is so she can, basically, interview Bette the way she's doing so it can be on the show the way it is, but it just doesn't feel as candid as the show usually does. Which isn't much to begin with, you know?
Kathy brings up the Grammy award. Bette tells her she can't vote for her because she's not in the Academy. Bette offers to get Stevie Nicks on the phone. Kathy is extravagantly disbelieving that anyone can just pick up the phone and call Stevie Nicks. She's another one; her names just run together into one word: "Hello, Stevienicks!" calls Kathy. Stevienicks sounds friendly enough on the phone and is sure to get in a plug for Fleetwood Mac, who are apparently together again for the moment. However, Stevienicks encourages Bette and Kathy (and us, I guess) to see the show early in the tour, because there's a chance she'll hook up with Lindsey Buckingham out on the road, and you know how that goes. Kathy is delighted to be getting celebrity dirt she didn't even have to dig for. Stevienicks promises Kathy that she's got her Grammy vote, because she is her favorite comedienne. After Stevienicks explains that a comedienne is a lady comedian, Kathy gloats about being called a "lady". Bette is unconvinced. Then Stevienicks admits that she's not a voting member anyway and Kathy is understandably frustrated. Kathy tells Bette that Stevienicks is a wiccan, and quickly gets carried away with making things up about Stevienicks's coven.