Tina Fey has a brilliant style of humor that can even make stories of workplace discrimination funny. She gives a behind-the-scenes look at her work on SNL and playing Sarah Palin that is intruiging and incredibly witty. Her insights on the world of comedy and the women-just-aren't-funny judgements that gave me a new perspectve and left me crying with laughter.
Chelsea Handler paints herself to be a shallow, pathetic, trashy, small-minded person who desperately tries to define herself with random sexual encounters. If I could detect even an ounce of sarcasm her sexcapades might be funny, but instead it leaves me feeling sorry for her and for anyone who ever got between her legs.
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