Just because the show is called StandUp in Stilettos doesn't mean the comedians featured on it are actually wearing them. Debra DiGiovanni (Comedy Central's Live at Gotham), for one, jokes that if she strapped on a pair of heels, they'd turn into flats.
StandUp in Stilettos Returns! Check Out a Sneak Peek
In a sneak peek from this week's episode, DiGiovanni discusses being single, which is a far cry from her high school days, when she was in a threesome — well, sort of. Check out the video below:
Thanks to her success first on Grey's Anatomy and its spin-off, Private Practice, Kate Walsh has been in the spotlight for years.
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The funny ladies are back!
TV Guide Network's female comedy show StandUp in Stilettos returns this Saturday, and with it, a new roster of funny women ready to bring the laughs. Saturday's one-hour premiere will feature...
As the resourceful but hard-partying eldest Gallagher child Fiona on Showtime's Shameless, Emmy Rossum has had to film more than her fair share of sex scenes. So how does she really feel about baring it all in the front of the camera, and subsequently, in front of the world?
"The first time, I had a couple beers," Rossum says on the latest episode of Rove LA, airing Saturday at midnight/11c on TV Guide Network. "But then...
Benji Madden, Joel Madden, Casey Wilson and Eric Stonestreet
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Remember when Drew Barrymore's teen princess spilled her guts, literally, in the opening moments of Scream? Or when Jack Nicholson popped his head through the broken bathroom door and so proudly announced, "Heeere's Johnny" in The Shining?
For better or worse, it's hard to forget horrific movie moments like...
TV Guide Network's original comedy series StandUp in Stilettos will return for a second season in November, the network announced Monday.
The Office's Kate Flannery will also return as the show's host. "There are so many great, funny women we couldn't fit them all in one season. Not even close!" said Flannery, who plays Meredith Palmer on the NBC workplace comedy.