Chelsea Lately (2007–2014)

Episode #8.38 

In her opening monologue, guest host Mary McCormack talks about the challenges of being Chelsea's friend. Mary and her round table panelists Brad Wollack, Fortune Feimster and Whitney ... See full summary »

Writers:

Ian Karmel (staff writer), Sue Murphy | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Jason Bateman ... Guy Trilby in 'Bad Words' (archive footage)
Chuy Bravo ... Himself - Assistant
Whitney Cummings ... Herself - Round Table
Fortune Feimster ... Herself - Round Table
Kathryn Hahn ... Jenny Widgeon (archive footage)
Chelsea Handler ... Herself (archive footage)
Brandon Howard ... Himself - Possibly Michael Jackson's Son (archive footage) (as B. Howard)
Allison Janney ... Herself - Guest
Ian Karmel ... Himself - Girl Scout Cookie Lover
Mary McCormack ... Herself - Guest Host
Mike Rock ... Himself - Announcer (voice)
Brad Wollack ... Himself - Round Table
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Storyline

In her opening monologue, guest host Mary McCormack talks about the challenges of being Chelsea's friend. Mary and her round table panelists Brad Wollack, Fortune Feimster and Whitney Cummings discuss a thirty-one year old man claiming to be Michael Jackson's biological son, Simon Cowell walking around shirtless in public with his girlfriend and child, many of the women of The Bachelor (2002) complaining about what a loser Juan Pablo Galavis is, Rush Limbaugh complaining that the Girl Scouts just appointed a lesbian as chief, and cable television ads in New Jersey for physicians who will prescribe medical marijuana. Ian Karmel talks about it being Girl Scout cookie season. And Mary chats with guest Allison Janney about her latest movie Bad Words (2013), meeting each other in their New York theater days, working on Private Parts (1997) and The West Wing (1999) together, the hazards of being mutual friends with Chelsea, and being on two hit television shows simultaneously. Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Comedy | Talk-Show

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 March 2014 (USA) See more »

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References The Bachelor (2002) See more »

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