This season's The Bachelorette with Kaitlyn Bristowe is starting to take shape… kinda?! At least it's starting to get funny!
This week, the lovely lady began to narrow down her hunky options, but honestly, who cares about all that?! It's all about the drama and humor, right?!
Well, Monday night's episode had a little of both, thanks to Amy Schumer!
In the drama department, JJ has probably become the season's villain, at least early on, giving Jared's evil-looking face a run for its money. And in the humor department, Schumer made the show laugh-out-loud funny!
Oh, look! There Kathy Griffin goes again, getting people's panties all in a knot!
If you caught last week's episode of My Life On The D-List, you know that the comedienne took a dig at Massachusetts senator Scott Brown's two daughters! Watch the HIGHlarity above!
Brown himself has already claimed that Griffin and Bravo "should be ashamed of themselves," but now openly-gay Massachusetts representative Barney Frank - who has actually made an appearance on the reality show - is taking a stand, and isn't pleased either!
“Having agreed to go on your show, I was particularly disappointed in the terrible comment you made about Sen. Scott Brown’s daughters. I think it’s possible to have fun, and even to poke fun at people in my business, without this kind of completely unfair attack.
And while I don’t usually feel compelled to comment on what various entertainers so, since you did include me in that show I wanted to make it very clear that I thought what you did was wholly unfair and inappropriate. It’s the kind of thing that makes it less likely that I or others can cooperate with you in the future.”
Wow, we think that's a little harsh for such a relatively harmless dig that was immediately acknowledged to be false!
And don't people realize that responding to her only means you're going to be in her next stand-up set?!
Eddie Murphy is planning to return to the stage as a stand-up comedian, but says he needs at least a year to get enough material.
The Shrek star says:
"Within the last six months or so, I started getting an itch to do it again. I started writing stuff… I was like, 'I could go and do 15, 20 minutes right now. Maybe in a couple of months I'll start working out again'. But it'll take a year before I'm ready to go on the road… It's gonna take at least a year to get the rust off; 20 years of rust."
We hope he does more classic SNL comedy and less Nutty Professor crap!