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Two Mammograms and a Wedding 

In the week before Paige's wedding, Ellen fears that Paige's marriage will end their lifelong friendship. So, while nervously awaiting a mammogram, Ellen latches onto Chloe, another fellow ... See full summary »

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In the week before Paige's wedding, Ellen fears that Paige's marriage will end their lifelong friendship. So, while nervously awaiting a mammogram, Ellen latches onto Chloe, another fellow mammogram patient, in the waiting room. But Ellen soon after discovers that making new friends isn't as easy as it used to be. Written by Anonymous

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Funny, touching, sweet without being "A Very Special Ellen"
14 July 2007 | by (Omaha, NE) – See all my reviews

I am watching the Season 3 DVDs of ELLEN, and though I thought I'd seen all of the episodes in their original run, this episode is one I'd missed. In it Ellen gets a mammogram and meets a woman named Chloe, played by Janeane Garofalo. The episode is very low-key and funny, with a real improvisational feel to it, though at no time does it lose sight of the seriousness of the issues it presents. It brings out the importance of having a mammogram, and it shows the fear involved in having one, but at no time does the episode preach. It is character-driven and lets the story tell itself, and the issues are present without hitting the audience over the head with them. It is beautifully written and executed. Ellen and Janeane have great chemistry and a fun give-and-take in their scenes together. This is my new second favorite (after The Puppy Episode) ELLEN episode. I don't know if it did, but this episode should have won awards. It is a shining example of telling a good story first and trusting the audience to get the message without having to spell it out to them.


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