With that taken care of, we head back to Manhattan, where Kathy meets up with her pals Molly Shannon and Megan Mullally. Megan expresses her condolences about Kathy's dad, which Kathy says is now her No. 1 "airport question," as in what fans will ask her if they run into her, say at an airport. Molly's is "Are you the lady who does 'Superstar'?" and Megan's used to be a request to do the "Karen" voice, but now they just mistake her for Tina Fey. Which I can actually see. Megan then tells a funny story about tongue-kissing Rob Lowe in About Last Night, and then Molly -- who is totally the Whitney Port of this scene -- asks leading questions about the MSG show. Then Kathy transitions into more talk about The View, and Megan advises her to "fuck The View" and do her own show. Hmmm, a little residual morning-show rivalry there from Megan? Whatever, she's delightful.
On the limo ride to the venue, Kathy tries out some material on passers by. It is guaranteed to not even be in the Top 5 craziest things some of those people have heard walking around that day. The performance goes well -- we get to see her tell the View story, which is a total gyp because we've only heard that story like fifteen times in the last hour. Yeah, it ties up a theme and all, but give us something new. She signs (dirty) autographs afterwards and says it went so well, they're talking about a New Year's show in the actual arena at MSG, where the Knicks play. "And they're a really good football team," Kathy explains.
After the break, Kathy peruses her press from the wedding and deems it a great success. Even if it was all in service of marrying straight people. You do what you have to do, I guess.
Joe R is totally eager to discuss his favorite Bad Girls Club moments with Kathy via email. He'll be around, whenever she's ready.
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