Chelsea Lately (2007–2014)
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Episode #7.101 

In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler, with help from the Comso Theatre Troupe, talks about women getting ready for summer and sex. Chelsea and her round table panelists Dan Levy, ... See full summary »

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In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler, with help from the Comso Theatre Troupe, talks about women getting ready for summer and sex. Chelsea and her round table panelists Dan Levy, Heather McDonald and Kurt Braunohler discuss Heidi Klum getting her Seal tattoo surgically removed, the Federal Aviation Administration planning to relax the use of electronics aboard flights, a Pennsylvania woman who found a three foot long snake inside a bag of potatoes she bought at a local Wal-Mart, the biggest trend this summer in weddings being banning cell phones, and a topless women's book club that meets in public places in New York. And Chelsea chats with guest Ciara about her latest CD "Ciara", dating a rapper whose first initial she had tattooed on herself, soul slang phrases that she uses, and working with Nicki Minaj. Written by Huggo

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