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In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about why this is the best time in history to be gay. Chelsea and her round table panelists John Caparulo, Catherine Reitman and Matt Braunger discuss Farrah Abraham's online audition video for a soap opera, reports that Jessica Simpson may lose her contract with Weight Watchers if she doesn't lose her baby weight soon, a chimpanzee in Russia who works at a casino and that has to go into rehab for alcohol and smoking, and Chaz Bono recently having lost 70 pounds. Chuy's knowledge of classic movies is tested. And Chelsea chats with guest Ross Mathews about his new show Hello Ross! (2013), his boyfriend Salvador Camarena being his stylist, what he thinks of a slimmed down Chaz Bono, his mother's reaction to any news from him, and Chelsea's recent gift to him. Written by Huggo

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