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20 out of 29 people found the following review useful:
My Favorite Show!, 22 February 2008
Author: Hayley Korn from United States
Chelsea is hysterical. She has a witty and sarcastic sense of humor (and I don't normally appreciate sarcasm, but she makes it work... and work quite well). She makes fun of everyone, including herself. I don't even particularly care about celebrity gossip, but Chelsea is just so funny that I love this show. I only wish there were new episodes every night. Ever since I discovered the show, I haven't missed one episode. I strongly encourage anyone who likes to laugh to watch this show. I have told all my friends to watch this show, and everyone who has is now addicted. I can't wait for her to come perform at a comedy club near me!
15 out of 24 people found the following review useful:
A Funny Comedian Who "Nails Hollywood Nightly", 26 October 2007
Author: ZoneXavierr from United States
Starts off with Chelsea Handler reviewing what happened that day in Hollwood with a panel of other comedians or celebrities. After 10 minutes of laughing at reckless celebrities, it moves on to the guest star. She hilariously interviews the guest star and comments some really funny things. Some say her humor is cruel, which can be true at times. After a commercial break, she ends it in an awesome way by doing ambush stuff. For example, she goes to places like funeral homes, a Popeye Premiere, and a Tattoo Palor and many more. The ends are actually my favorite part. This comedian is great and i think shes under rated. In my opinion, shes great and definitely likes her vodka
13 out of 22 people found the following review useful:
Best show on E!, 9 November 2008
Author: KateYerves from United States
This is hands down the best show on E! right now. Chelsea Lately is hilarious and I'm glad to see that she finally has her own show! I only wish the show was longer than half an hour! Everyone should check her out...she's not for everyone, much like Jillian Barberie's sense of humor which ultimately got her fired from Good Day Live (the show tanked soon after she left). Chelsea is hysterical and the show is very entertaining with a variety of round table guests and skits. Check it out now! And in response to the other comment about her exploiting midgets. That couldn't be farther from the truth. She is not racist either, she just has a very sarcastic sense of humor with a dead-pan delivery. Fans of the show may recognize her from her earlier series "Girls Behaving Badly" which aired on the Oxygen network.
11 out of 20 people found the following review useful:
Great fun, just what we need now, 30 October 2008
Once you watch Chelsea Lately, you can forget all of the horrible stuff
that is happening in the world today. As a host, Chelsea is perfect
fun; she's witty, sassy, hilarious and unlike other late night show
hosts, she's not afraid to say things like they are.
Sure, when the show first started it bombed, but that's because it wasn't as funny as it is now. The show has improved slowly but sure, til the point where they can get an average of 650k viewers per show--competing against Letterman and Leno. That's quite a feat.
She's a breath of fresh air- instead of asking boring questions to celebrity, she often asks them what people want to hear from them. The show also has some funny scripted segments, like the one where she's interviewing fake Jonas Brothers, Angie vs Jen and many others. However the best and funniest part of the show is the unscripted roundtable; where she, usually with 3 guests talk about celebrities.
This is honestly one of the best shows I've seen in a long time. Bravo to Chelsea and Chuy!
6 out of 11 people found the following review useful:
About as Funny as Your Average Tupperware Party, 21 April 2010
Author: qormi from United States
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
Chelsea Handler used to be very hot in the 90's. What happened to her? She seems like a grumpy frump whose stabs at humor, unlike her rack, fall flat. Compared to the very funny and edgy "Redeye" the show's inadequacy is revealed. Unlike Greg Gutfeld, Redeye's host, Chelsea has no apparent sense of humor or talent that would set her apart from the average loud mouthed woman at a tupperware party or a baby shower. She usually has two or three guests on her panel, but they must endure her constant interruptions, as if she is competing with them. We get it, Hon - it's all about you. Her constant references to being half Jewish or "Shidoobie"; her pet name for a bowel movement, begin to wear on you after three viewings. She always finds some celebrity victim to cut down, yet she should look in the mirror and see the vengeful hag gazing back at her.
13 out of 26 people found the following review useful:
Chelsea is so Funny, 24 February 2008
Author: maclasch from United States
I think her comedy is so intelligent. I saw an old stand-up special a few months ago of hers when she was younger (about 5 or 6 years ago I think). It was funny, real funny, but I must say she has gotten funnier over the years. The show is actually done differently than a lot of talk shows. They weren't affected by the recent writers strike because they actually improvise most of their shows and decide what they want to talk about on the show that day. They film the show in the afternoon and air it that night. It does seem like she's exploiting Chuy sometimes, but he definitely gets the joke. And I think she hasn't been so bad lately.
3 out of 9 people found the following review useful:
At the studio, 16 December 2011
Author: rchmd from United States
Talk about an amateurish operation. I've seen better Middle School productions. The studio is really small and old. The seating is fold out chairs that were really uncomfortable. I'm glad the taping only lasted about an hour as those chairs were really starting to make my back hurt but what do you expect it is just the E Network.. I don't think Chelsea likes the audience. She pretty much ignored everyone even the guys at the round table. The only time she was engaging is when the cameras were rolling. She likes to regurgitate her political views like the political puppet she is. Its OK she is entitled to say what she wants and I think she is a good example of the people in the party she represents. Her whole show is about her being a booze swilling lush with the occasional drug use. While she drives around in her Bentley oblivious to what is really happening in the world.
3 out of 12 people found the following review useful:
Minor Renaissance of Late-Night Cable TV, 20 August 2009
Author: michael_the_nermal from United States
"Chelsea Lately" is best summarized using a historical analogy
(historically inaccurate though it may be; I must oversimplify for the
purposes of this review): the Carolingian Empire of Charlemagne may not
have been the revival of the Roman Empire in terms of presenting a
complex civilization or a glorious new empire, but it was a start in
the right direction after the fragmentation of Europe into barbarian
kingdoms. "Chelsea Lately" is nowhere near as brilliant or illustrious
as the "good ol' days" of late-night basic cable: Comedy Central's "Win
Ben Stein's Money", "Mystery Science Theatre 3000", or the
Kilborn/Early Stewart-era "Daily Show"; the reruns of "Taxi" on
Nick-at-Nite; or the Cartoon Channel's "Space Ghost" (not to mention
Fox's "Married With Children" and "Get a Life"). Still, Chelsea Handler
hearkens back to the days when basic cable was worth a damn. Her round
table panel is amusing enough when they spar with Chelsea over the
latest no-talents populating Hollywood. Chelsea's sarcasm, blunt
delivery, and earthy wit are a pleasure to watch compared with Conan
O'Brien, David Letterman, and even (yes, I mean it) Jon Stewart. Chuy
is excellent as the "John Everyman" sidekick who makes funny,
mean-spirited comments back at Chelsea. I dare say, Chuy Bravo is a
much better sidekick than Ed McMahon or Andy Richter ever were!
TV is a dismal wasteland, polluted with reality programs, left-and-right wing talking heads, UFO-conspiracy programs, and Steven Seagal movies. Chelsea Handler at least offers an amusing alternative. While not a brilliant show (some of the time it's not that funny), it's at least better than most of what's on TV. The interviews with B-list celebrities are sometimes a groan, but I prefer these to Jon Stewart fawning over politicians and pundits. Chelsea's "bad girl" image is a breath of fresh air, and oozes sexiness. I hope E! will continue to run with this show.
16 out of 65 people found the following review useful:
No Class, No Sass ... No Brains, 9 August 2008
Chelsea Handler and her lately show, is lacking and well past crude. She is so very fake her self, and she is so lacking of talent is just sad. Her constant statement of "1/2 Jewish" this and that, is tired, who does she think (if she is capable of concept) she is fooling ????? Self centered-SHE IS, has intelligence- SHE HAS NOT, TRASH- SHE SO IS, 33yrs old - OH COME ON NOW, give people some credit. Perhaps she does drink too much (or does much more to her pea of a brain), she can not recall stating she was 31 back in 2002, while looking closer to 43. She should stop attacking others, and take a long look in the mirror , fake tan, fake hair color and not so fake that she is a total airhead! The show lacks entertainment, is that not what the 'E' is to stand for ???? Guess it is not who you only know, it is who----yet who is she sleeping with again? Ohhhh of course that would be the only reason her show is still on. As for Chuie, he should be hosting, he is the best part of that sad show! Bravo to Chuie!
15 out of 74 people found the following review useful:
Not a big fan, 4 October 2007
Author: ilanak1 from Australia
I have a sense of humour as good as the next person, however jokes
against other peoples' misfortunes and racial slurs are getting old.
The first time I watched this poor excuse of a show I was a combination of unimpressed at an unfunny Jewish / money related comment, followed by embarrassed for Chelsea for the silence that followed from the audience. As I flicked through channels the next night I stumbled across her again - and at the exact same moment she made another similar comment...
Maybe it's time to get a new act?? The rest of her delivery isn't great anyway...
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