Kathy and Jimmy Kimmel talk about Howard Stern, Oprah Winfrey, gaydars, gay icons, circuit parties and gay cruises. They are joined by John and Nick for a 'guess the gay' segment, then return to talking about guilty pleasures, celebrity exhaustion and online dating. Also, Kathy and her staff take off some steam for the end of the seasons by partying.moreless
Kathy brings Jane Fonda, Sharon Osbourne and Lisa Ling to the show to discuss a variety of topics, from how Sharon and Jane first met, Kathy's friendship with the ladies, food issues, protesting, marriages, sexual peaks, and we get to find out how Maggie celebrated her birthday.
Kathy and her celebrity guest Anderson Cooper discuss about their friendship, his mother, a variety of current topics, and Meredith Morris and Michelle Collins join them on the couch. Anderson helps Kathy find a date for Tiffany, and later joins Maggie for the ending segment.
Kathy and her guest panelists Robert Verdi, Michelle Buteau and Ralph Garman discuss about celebrity nipples, wardrobe malfunctions and fashion, reality shows; and Kathy invites two musical guests A.J. McLean and Lance Bass for some reminiscing and singing.
Kathy breaks her own rule of not having celebrities on her show by inviting fellow comedians Chelsea Handler and Whitney Cummings for a chat session, but they find it difficult to follow the scheduled topics and instead talk about everything and anything. Kathy steps out of her comfort zone by working at Donut Prince, where she flirts with the owner; and Cole joins Kathy on the couch due to his rising popularity as Space Cops.moreless
Kathy her guests Michelle Collins and the Sklar twins discuss about Britney Spears' mental state, Mrs. Eastwood's reality show and Real Housewives. Kathy confronts her staff about their Facebook photos and forces Cole to perform live on the show, then brings out marines as her additional guests.
Kathy and her guests including comic Todd Glass, Kathy's niece Claire Griffin and producer Marshall Heyman discuss a variety of topics, from the popular side-boob issue, reality shows, bachelorette parties; and inspired by Lifetime's reboot, Kathy and her crew come up with their own 'new' Lifetime line-up.
Kathy and her guests Jill Benjamin, Katie Robbins and Meredith Morris discuss about the new judges on The X Factor, the popularity of Fifty Shades of Grey, Hasselbeck and Obama arguing on The View, the twitter war between Donald Trump and Cher, more reality show talk. Kathy decides to hold a focus group of older people to find out exactly why they don't like watching her show, and then invites her twitter fans and a group of firefighters as special guests.moreless
Kathy and her guests Chelsea Peretti, Mike Russo and Sara Zofko discuss about Obama supporting gay marriage, celebrity divorces, the rumors surrounding John Travolta, and various other topics, along with Kathy trying to babysit her co-worker's kids.
Kathy and her guests Michelle Collins, Jodi Shays and Marshall Heyman discuss a huge selection of topics, from the White House Correspondents Dinner, the Secret Service Scandal, Celebrity vow renewals, the overview of the recent reality show episodes, and Wilson Phillips make a surprising appearance to prove that they also have a sense of humor. In a special segment, Kathy and her crew tape a special edition of the opening credits.moreless
Kathy and her guests including Lisa Delcampo, Lance Bass' assistant Teresa Strasser and Kathy's dog walker Ryan Steckloff discuss the latest events including the Kardashians, the Lohan family, Lifetime's show The Client List, Cesar Millan's divorce and other topics. Also, Kathy and her mother go out to meet their new neighborhood.moreless
Kathy and her self-titled 'civilians' Michelle Collins, Meredith Morris, and Greg Howell discuss the most recent events on The Real Housewives, the Secret Service scandal, Brangelina getting married and various other topics. Plus, we get to meet the crew behind Kathy.