Kathy (2012–2013)

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A one-hour talk show hosted by Kathy Griffin. Unlike any other talk show, this will be the destination to get Griffin's thoughts on everything pop culture as she rants on the week's biggest... See full summary »

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Series cast summary:
 Herself - Host (24 episodes, 2012-2013)
Maggie Griffin ...
 Herself (24 episodes, 2012-2013)
 Himself (24 episodes, 2012-2013)
Tiffany Rinehart ...
 Herself (24 episodes, 2012-2013)
Cole Bruns ...
 Himself (11 episodes, 2012-2013)


A one-hour talk show hosted by Kathy Griffin. Unlike any other talk show, this will be the destination to get Griffin's thoughts on everything pop culture as she rants on the week's biggest headlines and tabloid gossip as well as feature stand-up routines, celebrity interviews and taped segments. Written by Bravo

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Move over Conan, there's a new redhead in town
8 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First off, let's cut straight to it: if you don't like Kathy Griffin, don't watch this show. Seriously. And if you do not know who K.Griff is, go to YouTube, type in her name, and watch any special, interview, or My Life on the D-List episode and decide for yourself. Now then, if you like Kathy Griffin's sense of humor (brash, inappropriate, straight to the point and dirty) then you will love this show because it's chalked full of Griffin humor.

After having watched the first season, it was apparent to me that her new talk show will be something special. She starts the show off with a monologue (a mini excerpt from her stand-up) and then she gets right into discussing the latest news with a panel of "normal people," or anyone who doesn't have an assistant and works 9-5. These people are mostly from the Griffin staff and fringe comics. It brings a nice dynamic to the show. I must say that I love Chelsea Lately and her "round table" segments, and Kathy's real-people discussions are a similar, comedic outlet for people who aren't afraid to make enemies with celebrities they will never meet.

On many of her shows, she brings on A-listers for interview and discussion type sessions. Depending on the person, they may take up the entire episode. I love watching these people because Kathy is a great host. She asks the right questions, makes her audience laugh, and noticeably puts her guests at ease in a way that they sling gossip, make fun of their peers, and say things that we (as viewers) love to hear.

One of the best episodes thus far was Kathy Griffin and Lisa Ling, Jane Fonda, and Sharon Osbourne. Its pure gold. The things they say and the jokes they make had me laughing out loud for an hour straight. At the end Jane turns to Sharon, while everyone is laughing, and says "this is the weirdest show I have ever been on" and she couldn't have hit the nail more on the head. "Kathy" is strange, it's silly, its hilarious, and it's a refreshing take after so many talk show hosts always fawn over their guests (no offense to Ellen).

Also, as a side note, Kathy's self described "90-year old alcoholic mother" is in the front row of the audience in every episode and is given both a box of wine and a mic. Can there be anything better in the world of comedy?

I defiantly recommend "Kathy" to any K.Griff fans, My Life on the D-List fans, gays, and closeted straights.


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