Kathy gets a chance to redeem herself after her shocking Emmy acceptance speech by co-hosting CNN's New Year's Eve Countdown show with Anderson Cooper; and "My Life on the D-List" is nominated for a Producers Guild Award.
Kathy gets ordained on the Internet in order to minister at a quirky Jewish couple's wedding as a publicity stunt. And Kathy teams up with Rosie OÂ'Donnell, Molly Shannon and Megan Mullally, while sheÂ's in New York to perform at Madison Square Garden.
Kathy's assistants have become so famous that they're doing their own class at The Learning Annex on how to be a celebrity assistant. While Kathy's traveling, she's worrying about her Mom home alone, so she's asked one of her sober gays, Patrick, to stop in to check on Maggie. Chance and Pom Pom get a special visit form an A-List trainer.
Kathy has been invited to appear at a special gay retreat being held at an all-inclusive luxury resort in Bora Bora. Back home, Kathy tries to solicit the help of her niece and nephew in trying to get Maggie to check out a retirement home.
Kathy visits the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., where many soldiers are recuperating from horrific injuries. She also visits the families of the injured at Fisher House, a free residential complex, and surprises them with a special stand up performance.