Chelsea Lately (2007–2014)
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Episode #8.4 

In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about her love/hate relationship with foreigners and with getting injured in combination. Chelsea and her round table panelists Nick ... See full summary »

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In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about her love/hate relationship with foreigners and with getting injured in combination. Chelsea and her round table panelists Nick Swardson, Sarah Colonna and Michael Rosenbaum - who all appear in the movie Back in the Day (2014) - discuss Eliot Spitzer sucking his current girlfriend's toes in public while she was topless, Dennis Rodman and other former NBA players playing a special exhibition game in North Korea for Kim Jong-un's thirty-first birthday, Ricky Martin and Carlos González Abella splitting up after four years as a couple, Clay Aiken contemplating running for Congress, and Steven Seagal contemplating running for Governor of Arizona. And Chelsea chats with guest Idris Elba about his new movie Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013), his two Golden Globe nominations this year, his work as a DJ, his tribute album to Nelson Mandela, and formerly working at Caroline's Comedy Club in New York City as a doorman when Chelsea ... Written by Huggo

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