In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler celebrates an early Canada Day (July 1). Chelsea and her round table panelists Mo Mandel, Arden Myrin and Ross Mathews discuss E.L. James and her agent coming out with a product line around her book "Fifty Shades of Grey", the US government revoking their $20 million of funding to develop a Pakistani version of Sesame Street (1969) due to alleged corruption in the puppet theater world, a University of Kansas study in which basic personality traits of people could be determined through the type of shoes they wore, and a boot camp for kids who watch too much Internet porn. Chelsea shows an employee review done for Heather and Xiao. And Chelsea chats with guest Erin Wasson about her new movie Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012) and the screenings she attended for the US military in the Persian Gulf and northeast Africa, her gift to Chelsea of a head massager, being from Dallas, and a half donkey/half zebra called a zonkey.
Did You Know?
Chuy, say Snuffleupagus.