In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about the fighting between the Lately staff over the "Seventeen Magazine Players", which led to the rival start-up, the "Cosmo Theatre ... See full summary »

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In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about the fighting between the Lately staff over the "Seventeen Magazine Players", which led to the rival start-up, the "Cosmo Theatre Troupe", an equally informative group geared toward a more mature audience. Chelsea and her round table panelists Moshe Kasher, Heather McDonald and Bobby Lee discuss Mike Tyson's one-man show in Vegas, a lesbian who proposed to her girlfriend at center ice at an NHL game in Ottawa, the celebrity chat-line "Dial-a-Star", an Indiana University study that showed that women can get an orgasm through exercise, and an Italian preschool teacher who also works as a lingerie model. And Chelsea chats with guest Jennifer Lawrence about her new movie The Hunger Games (2012), learning archery for the role, the mall tour to publicize the movie, her relationship with her brothers, and how she involuntarily pees when she gets scared. Written by Huggo

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