My first move is to go to the index at the back and look up 'star'. There are 15 or so different types of star listed, plus 30 and more other star-related or star prefixed headings.
Many of these will lead us to viable humour.
Sticking just to the heading 'star', I see that the third entry down says:
star: 321 n.
This tells us to look at the section numbered 321 in the main body of the book. The n. simply tells us that we'll be looking at 'star' as a noun.
Turning to heading 321, I see that the 'star' results are under the master heading 'Universe'. Naturally, most of the contents are to do with astronomy etc.
I have culled the following from this, some just because they're
fun, some because I can see star / tsar potential, and others because I can see comedy unrelated to our main theme but worthy of exploration.
the southern cross
coloured stars: blue, red, yellow
man in the moon
Also, a quick glance at Guide 520 n. leads me to 'pole star', which has good potential for tsar / star comedy.
I'd also like to consider Catherine the Great of Russia, who has flitted across my mind over the last few moments.
If you have a Thesaurus, it'd be good if you could follow my movements around the book and see how you could use it.
Next time, we'll go back and see what gems we can find from our now quite large back-catalogue of source material.
Best regards, Marc