Kathy Griffin's ability to make us writhe in pee-withholding pain induced by hysterical laughter is only overshadowed by our intense desire to worship her like the comedic goddess she is. In advance of her recent Dallas show, we finally got her to sit down for an interview.
There are so many people and organizations in the world who regularly proclaim LGBT families to be less than. The natural reaction to that hatred is our own proclamations that we are PERFECT! Our kids are PERFECT! Our family's PERFECTION puts your straight mediocrity to shame!
The night was not exactly like the baudy The Aristocrats, a film featuring comedians telling roughly the same story, each one raunchier than the one b...
Anything and anyone goes on this no-nonsense talk show that will have you in stitches and chatting about the latest Kathy episode for days.
As useful and universal as the experience of living with the list has been, I can't help thinking: Isn't there something else we might add to the roster? We're always changing and growing, after all; mightn't The List reach in new directions too?
Kathy Griffin has undoubtedly been at the top of my list of people who can make my sides and my cheeks hurt from both smiling and laughing. With Kathy, Bravo is capitalizing on that in a major way.
I forgot how massive the Bravo family was as I went into sensory overload from realization that all of the Real Housewife ladies, Chef Curtis Stone, The Shahs of Sunset, Tabatha Coffey, and Kathy Griffin were all in the same room.
Apparently, posing nude -- or mostly nude -- in a mens' magazine is still some sort of rite of passage for female entertainers, and there has been a spate of female comedians stripping down recently. We have to admit, as fans of comedy and women in comedy especially, my fellow editors and I die a little bit every time this happens.
With a clown car full of Republican candidates heading toward the primary in hopes of becoming the party's nominee for the 2012 Presidential election, is it any wonder that the following videos have gone viral?
There is so little agreement in America right now, but this playlist is dedicated to the thought that we should all agree to be respectful and thankful to our service people. I wholeheartedly salute our troops tonight. Thank you for your extraordinary service.
Have you ever watched an awards show and wondered about those lucky/fanatic people seen in the background during red carpet interviews? Well, at the 62nd Annual Emmys, I was one of them.
In 1964, long before theater producers started to experiment with nontraditional casting, one of America's greatest caricaturists did a series of bril...
In Season 2 of Jersey Shore, Snookie and company will grace us from their Miami digs. I couldn't resist the opportunity to take a look inside and give my professional evaluation of their decor.
There has been a lot of great discussion and debate on the blogs this week, from Dan Choi's discharge to coverage of the AIDS2010 conference in Vienna. Check out these other great posts from this week
Conservatives have no sense of humor about themselves, which is reason #1 why they aren't funny.
All the warning signs are there: it's the 4th film, it's in 3D, virtually all of the original creative talent (aside from the actors) have moved on. Has the law of diminishing returns caught up with Shrek Forever After? Yes and no -- but mostly no.