Recording artist Moby opens up his relatively modest Manhattan apartment to Mizrahi, who gives the musician helpful tips for cleaning his grimy stovetop. The two also discuss Moby's name, love life, career and war of words with Eminem. They also drop by Moby's restaurant venture called TeaNY. Later, New York Times' puzzle master Will Shortz talks about his job editing crosswords.
Lil' Kim raps about her third album, “La Bella Mafia,” as she adds a splash of color to Mizrahi's white studio. Hip-hop's Queen Bee also discusses the qualities she looks for in a man, along with the artists who've influenced her music, and the revealing Versace bikini she's wearing. Also: “Sex and the City” author Candace Bushnell swaps anecdotes with Mizrahi over breakfast.
Debra Messing is featured shopping in Los Angeles for vintage clothing in the styles of the '60s and the '80s. She also talks about her marriage to actor-screenwriter Daniel Zelman, along with enjoying the camaraderie of cast members on the “Will & Grace” set.
Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal talks about playing a masochistic character in the 2002 movie “Secretary,” and reads aloud from the Joan Didion novel “Play It as It Lays.” Later, she eats cupcakes blindfolded and tries to guess which New York City bakery produced them. Also: tips on how to accessorize when wearing a red dress. Singer-songwriter Nikka Costa performs “Everybody Got Their Something.”
Lunch with actor-filmmaker Jon Favreau includes a Katz Deli roast-beef sandwich and conversation about Favreau's upbringing. Later, Roz Chast talks about being a cartoonist for New Yorker magazine; and khakis are hailed as a must-have item of a fashionable wardrobe.