A game show about celebrities from film and television, who play poker.
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Robert Thompson ...
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A game show about celebrities from film and television, who play poker.

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In May 2004, 'Nicole Sullivan' donated the $100,000 she won on the show to her favorite charity, Alley Cat Allies, an organization that rescues cats and promotes spaying/neutering. See more »

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Phil Gordon: [stands up] I'll read the chip count if you can put your hand on the top of my head.
Dave Foley: [looks at Phil's crotch, which is eye level with him] Which one?
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Spoofed in Saturday Night Live: Megan Mullally/Clay Aiken (2004) See more »

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Mary McCormack
15 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Normally I love Celebrity Poker. I agree with most of you that they do not necessarily play GOOD POKER...but it is fun to see them in a social setting. Unfortunately, Mary McCormack used very bad judgment in her "showing"(using the term loosely!). Bringing a baby to a poker table is way, way out there!! Bringing her mammary glands in such a stupid display is even worse. As a Woman, I resent her being so crude and vulgar in discussing a perfectly normal function such as breast feeding. The association of the display and the function was totally tasteless and stupid. One would hope that a lady of her age could discern the difference. I have no qualms about breast feeding and especially when done in public as a necessity and normal thing for baby's well being. The obvious flaunting and discussion was wrong. Discretion, Mary....(discretion)....not a dirty word. The tasteless bantering by the guys was instigated by Mary and had no place in a poker tourney!!!


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