Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List

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March on the Capitol!

At the end of the show, Kathy auctions off two bins of Melissa Etheridge's cookies. She starts the bidding at a thousand dollars, and actually gets it. They go for $1,500. Oh, and Kathy would like you to know that "lesbian cookie" is a phrase around which one could craft a ribald innuendo.

The meet-and-greet involves rich people meeting the at-risk teens. They raised over $30,000, which everyone seems pretty happy about. Kathy is also happy that the gay youths are getting involved and might enter a life of activism.

The kids do short interviews thanking Kathy. Kathy does an interview about how "this coming Tuesday" the California Supreme Court is going to announce their decision. Then after some commercials, Kathy is angry. Take it to the streets!

Kathy and Maggie are in the streets. Maggie is in a wheelchair and has a sign saying "Gay Marriage: I'll Drink to That!" Kathy does an interview with a news station (wearing glasses and her business hair) saying that she's a proud Californian but is ashamed of the Supreme Court. There are more signs and speeches and George Takei. Kathy takes the podium and does her speech about being Norma Gay and that "Union is not enough. We demand marriage!"

Next week: Kathy gets a Madame Tussaud's wax figure and works on her book. That sounds easier to make fun of.

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Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List




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