Ivy Supersonic, a hat designer and friend of the show, came into the studio to talk about her life. Ivy mentioned her father died recently, and she was now thinking about suing her stepfamily for allegedly stealing a $5 million inheritance from her. After Howard noted Ivy had been calling into the show lately screaming about Nazis, she responded by talking about another lawsuit she was involved in, this one with her suing Rupert Murdoch over Fox's use of her supposed cartoon creation, "Sqrat," in the "Ice Age" movies.
As Ivy continued to yell her story, Howard told her he thought she was attractive, and she claimed she would've gotten into porn if she wasn't Jewish. Ivy explained she has tried to get in touch with Murdoch, but she hasn't able to do so yet. This led Gary to report he'd heard Ivy once stood on top of her Hummer outside of Rupert's apartment and yelled at him through a megaphone, which she admitted was true. Ivy went on to say she represented "all the artists in the world" with her antics, and Howard took a call from "Rupert." However, after "Rupert" agreed to settle Ivy's suit if she got naked in the studio, she identified him as Sal, and, when Gary asked him where his accent went, he replied, "I don't know."
Although Ivy was able to pick out Sal, she didn't realize Howard was playing clips of George Takei when he announced George was on the line. Given this, Ivy yelled at the clips of George and referred to him as "a slow motherf'er" even though he was in the studio, and the voice on the phone was a series of tapes.