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.
Now Kathy is taking Bette out to dessert somewhere. In the car, Kathy and Bette talk about their looks and plastic surgery. Kathy has taken Bette to a horrible little casino that appears to be completely empty. Kathy is having a deep-fried Twinkie and Bette's getting a deep-fried Oreo. Oh, and after they're deep-fried, it appears that they're sprinkled with powdered sugar. Well, thank god for that. Bette admits that the deep-fried Oreo is really good, and Kathy gloats a little about that. "I know I had all sorts of saturated fats and oils. But I can't name them. So how bad can they be? Doctor?," reflects Kathy.
As they leave the casino, Bette some loud drunk people ask Bette to sing Happy Birthday to them. Bette obliges, but the cameraman is more interested in a crazy lady who has wandered into the shot. The crazy woman sings along and fixes her hair while staring directly into the camera. Kathy describes it as "breaking the fourth wall".
Special midcommercial footage! Kathy and Bette poke at one of those really complicated video slot machines and Bette wins ten bucks or so. It looks like a lot when it's in nickels.
Kathy bids a tearful goodbye to Bette, who can't wait to take off her heels and relax. Kathy interviews that she's surprised how little Bette cares for vulgarity, considering the legendary bawdiness of her stage show. Kathy would like some credit for being on her best behavior. Kathy reels off a few bleep-filled phrases she didn't even say!