On Sullivan & Son, Steve and his three best friends go back. Way back. But the group is about to attempt the impossible: welcome a new member in the form of Whitney star Chris D'Elia.
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On Thursday's new episode (10/9c on TBS), Steve's buddies create a fake dating profile to convince a highly rated bachelor (D'Elia) to...
Could there be trouble in paradise on Whitney?
When Whitney (Whitney Cummings) fears that Alex (Chris D'Elia) may have fooled around behind her back at a strip club, she'll confront the stripper (rapper Eve) in question. Their encounter will be eye-opening for Whitney, and not just because Eve's character Britnee calls her a "fat Kate Middleton."
Check out a sneak peek from this Wednesday's episode of Whitney, airing at 8/7c on NBC:
Oh Whitney, you're better than this. A few months ago, we couldn't say that, but back then you weren't better than a lot of things.
However, over the course of the coarse comedienne's first season, she has totally grown on us. We love the chemistry between Whitney Cummings and co-star Chris D'Elia, and the writing ...
Whitney Cummings is seeking psychological treatment from John Cleese. The Monty Python alum, whose rare TV appearances have been limited to episodes of Will & Grace and Third Rock From the Sun, will guest star in a February episode of NBC's Whitney as a...
Sure, it's common in sitcoms for actors and their characters to share the same first name. (Tony Danza, Charlie Sheen and Joey Lawrence are all perfect example). But for NBC's new sitcom Whitney — on which Whitney Cummings plays, wait for it, Whitney Cummings — drawing a line in the sand between the fictional photographer and the real-life raunchy comedian seems a bit more difficult. "We try to keep the TV Whitney as likable as possible," Cummings joked about the difference between herself and her character at Thursday's Paley Center fall TV preview panel, which was moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Rob Moynihan. But seriously, how different are they? We offer a few helpful tips for telling the two apart.