As one of America's hottest female comedians, Lisa Lampanelli has earned critical acclaim across the country for her no-holds-barred style and ability to make people laugh at their own stereotypes and differences. Now, from the gutter-mouth comedienne who "talks like a truck driver but resembles a '50s housewife" (New York Times) comes her over-the-top, laugh-out-loud memoir, Chocolate, Please.
"pretty much awesome"
Where do comedians go when they want to answer questions about stories they’ve told?
"Even kinda horrible insult comics are human...."
[Contains explicit content] In this excerpt of Hold On, a show where host Eugene Mirman pauses the stories of comedians and performers to get the skinny behind the story, Lisa Lampanelli meets a larger than life, colorful character who she falls in love with. To hear the full episode, check out the Hold On with Eugene Mirman series channel.
In this episode, the election is adapted into a screenplay that needs significant revisions to make it more believable....