Chelsea Lately (2007–2014)
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Episode #7.23 

In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about the latest music video to go viral on the Internet, and what she and her staff are doing about it. Chelsea and her round table ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
... Himself - Round Table
... Himself - Assistant
... Herself
... Herself
Chris Franjola ... Himself
... Herself - Hostess
... Himself - Round Table
Daniel Maurio ... Himself
... Herself
... Herself - Round Table
... Himself - Announcer (voice)
... Himself - Guest
... Himself
Josh Wolf ... Himself
... Himself
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In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about the latest music video to go viral on the Internet, and what she and her staff are doing about it. Chelsea and her round table panelists Bobby Lee, Arden Myrin and Matt Braunger discuss a Carnival cruise ship that lost power and water on its sailing, Justin Bieber stating that The Black Keys drummer Patrick J. Carney should be slapped around for a comment he made about Bieber not getting any Grammy nominations, Angelina Jolie casting one of her infant daughters in her latest movie, and an Indiana high school that wants to hold a separate prom for all the kids who are out of the closet. And Chelsea chats with guest Richard Simmons about his new exercise video called "Project H.O.P.E." which she tries to help him promote on those few occasions that she can take control of the interview from him. Written by Huggo

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13 February 2013 (USA)  »

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