Last night on Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, Team Griffin took things "north to the future" to none other than Alaska.
When Kathy booked a gig in Anchorage, Alaska, it seemed to be the perfect opportunity to pay a visit to her full time lover Levi Johnston. Kathy called Levi and told him that he was the one thing that would keep her warm. Levi didn't have us convinced that he was excited about Kathy's visit, but his availability to escort her around Wasilla spoke louder than his lack of enthusiasm did.
After a quick pep talk from Maggie ("Be polite to Sarah,") Team Griffin was on its way. Upon arriving in Wasilla, Kathy's first stop was Levi's house. The most surprising sight on the Levi Johnston home tour? (Not the multiple animal heads mounted on the wall.) The photo of his baby boy had us impressed. Good Daddy.
After the welcome home tour, Levi and Kathy took their affair to the streets. Levi showed Kathy around Wasilla with stops at the mayor's office, the town museum, and of course, Sarah Palin's house. Sarah had gone fishing, so Kathy and Levi decided to do the same. Ice fishing and dog sledding checked off the must-do list, Kathy decided she'd had enough of a "walk through Wasilla in Sarah Palin's Ugg boots."
Kathy ended her trip in her usual D-List tone with an interview with Playgirl Magazine, a book signing with Levi and her gays, and finally a contest at the club to find Tiffany a date. It's a surprise Tiffany has any trouble finding a boyfriend with Kathy as her wing man 24/7... Yea, on second thought, it actually makes perfect sense. Good luck Tiffany!
Watch Kathy's stand up on Sarah "The Gift That Keeps On Giving" Palin below.
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