There's no one like her. In this special episode, Larry welcomes Jane Lynch, Lily Tomlin, Regis Philbin, Ryan Seacrest, Margaret Cho and Don Rickles to pay tribute to their friend: the beloved, iconic, indefatigable Joan Rivers.
Season 3 finale. Austen's (Alan Cumming) experience with Gina sets him on a new life path - and not to Fiona's liking. Putsy's book has become a surprise bestseller, but publicist Garreth Pink (Billy Crystal) wants Fiona to take a backseat to her mother in the publicity campaign. Kip (Victor Garber) makes a decision about the divorce.
Austen (Alan Cumming) informs Fiona that Gina refuses to divorce him, leaving his relationship with Fiona in limbo. The motivation for Chris' (Chelsea Handler) reunion with Fiona is finally revealed and Putsy (Lily Tomlin) tells Fiona about her soon-to-be published memoir.
Fiona's mother Putsy (Lily Tomlin), made wealthier from her "Net Therapy" sale, calls Fiona to check in on Kip. Meanwhile, compulsive gambler Nick (Matt LeBlanc) discovers his therapist is also his online gambling nemesis. The mystery woman (Chelsea Handler) from the voicemail calls again, revealing intimate knowledge of all things Fiona.
Against Fiona's wishes, the long-distance lovers (Darren Criss & Mae Whitman) take a significant step to resolve their issues. Fiona takes on a new client - compulsive gambler Nick Jericho (Matt LeBlanc). Fiona receives a puzzling video voicemail from a woman (Chelsea Handler) who seems to know her.
Fiona takes on a new client - compulsive gambler Nick Jericho (Matt LeBlanc). Fiona receives a puzzling video voicemail from a woman (Chelsea Handler) who seems to know her.
When Fiona speaks with Kip (Victor Garber), she finds out that the campaign investigation has targeted a new suspect. Fiona takes on a batch of new clients, including a long-distance couple (Darren Criss & Mae Whitman) who are planning their first in-person meeting.
In pursuit of evidence that may clear her name, Fiona travels to Karen's (Meg Ryan) hoarding den and performs therapy directly. Robin (Julie Claire) reveals she's recorded some incriminating video. Fiona hatches a plan to silence Robin for good.
Gina (Jennifer Elise Cox) demands that Fiona be her matron-of-honor at her combined bachelorette party and wedding in Las Vegas, but Fiona's priority is finding the banking info that will exonerate her. She asks Kip (Victor Garber) for help, which leads to an encounter with happy hoarder Karen Sharpe (Meg Ryan), who may be in possession of some important documents.
Fiona's musical compositions backfire when Franny (Megan Mullally) signs a recording contract and quits the show. Thinking the musical is dead, Fiona is shocked to discover that Jackson (Steve Carell) is now investing in the show. Fiona reaches out to her old nemesis, documentarian Robin (Julie Claire).
Fiona's husband Kip (Victor Garber) calls from New Mexico with a request from his new boyfriend Ben (Michael McDonald), who reveals that Fiona's under investigation. Fiona welcomes Jerome (Dan Bucatinsky) back to her practice.
Season 3 premiere. Following her closeted husband's disastrous campaign "outing," Fiona (Lisa Kudrow) indulges in some R&R at a beach resort with another guest (Steve Carell). Former paramour Austen (Alan Cumming) begs for Fiona's forgiveness. Composer Franny Marshall (Megan Mullally) suffers from crippling writer's block.
Season 3 premiere. Following her closeted husband's disastrous campaign "outing," Fiona (Lisa Kudrow) indulges in some R&R at a beach resort with another guest (Steve Carell). Former paramour Austen (Alan Cumming) begs for Fiona's forgiveness.
Reba's family secretly orchestrates an online date for her, but her first encounter with Brad (Stacy Keach) does not go as planned; Reba comes to a realization about herself.
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