Chelsea Lately (2007–2014)
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Episode #8.25 

In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about why threesomes never work, even in the situation of what's happening in Vermont. Chelsea and her round table panelists Kerri Kenney... See full summary »

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Ryan Basford ...
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Liza Treyger ...
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Josh Wolf ...
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In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about why threesomes never work, even in the situation of what's happening in Vermont. Chelsea and her round table panelists Kerri Kenney-Silver, Liza Treyger and Josh Wolf discuss the latest results at the Olympics, Bob Costas having pink-eye, a Youtube video of a neighbor threatening another neighbor if he posted the video to Youtube, Shia LaBeouf continuing his paper bag over his head shtick as performance art, Dennis Rodman going to a club to drink immediately after checking out of rehab for alcohol, and a Delta Airlines flight forced to land because a drunken female passenger would not stop making sexual advances toward other passengers. And Chelsea chats with guest Alison Brie about her new movie The Lego Movie (2014), always playing innocent characters despite not being that way in real life, the first movie she ever filmed called Born (2007), and being voted AskMen's second most desirable woman for 2014. Written by Huggo

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