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Marry for money. Seriously. That's what comedienne Carole Montgomery says this week on StandUp in Stilettos, hosted by The Office's Kate Flannery. Why not marry for love? Montgomery (Comics Unleashed) says she married a musician for love and now she'll spend the rest of her life working to support him...
All husbands sound alike, according to Kerri Louise, the Last Comic Standing alum who makes her debut on StandUp in Stilettos this week. Apparently, once you're married, your former cute and lovely boyfriend turns into a giant oaf who can't find a single thing in the house — and Louise's impersonation of said husband is as hilarious as it sounds. Check out a sneak peek of this week's Stilettos, hosted by The Office's Kate Flannery:
A Modern Family mom is coming to StandUp in Stilettos! Amy Anderson, the mother of Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, who portrays the new Lily on the ABC comedy, makes her Stilettos debut this week, in which she reveals that her own crafty mother would create great Halloween costumes but also everyday homemade clothes. How embarrassing was that?
The price of dying is as expensive as the price of living apparently. At least that's what comedienne Cathy Ladman (HBO's One Night Stand) says during this week's StandUp in Stilettos, which is hosted by The Office's Kate Flannery. How'd she find this out? A coupon for ash burial at sea. Oh boy! Find out how expensive it really is in this sneak peek below:
"I love you." Once the three most important words in a relationship, now a way to get someone off your back. At least, that's how comedienne Cory Kahaney (Last Comic Standing) feels on StandUp in Stilettos, which is hosted by The Office's Kate Flannery. But has "I love you" really lost its luster? Check out a sneak peek from this week's episode to find out how the ladies feel:
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:
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...
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.
This week's StandUp in Stilettos will literally make you LOL. StandUp in Stilettos Video: Alycia Cooper takes on hilarious names Comedian Sherry Davey appears on Saturday's episode, doing a hilarious impression of what every American teenage girl sounds like. Apparently, they say "literally" all the time and abbreviate everything. Check out Davey's impression in the video below:
How do you pronounce the name La-a? That's the kind of comedy Alycia Cooper (America's Got Talent, Last Comic Standing) brings to this week's StandUp in Stilettos. For the record, you wouldn't even be able to guess how that name is pronounced. We've got a hilarious first look at this week's comedy hour, which also features Kira Soltanovich and Jessica Kirson, followed by Wendy Liebman, Ms. Pat and Erin Foley...
StandUp in Stilettos continues to bring the funny. On this week's comedy hour, veteran comedian and actress Carol Leifer takes the stage to discuss females in the workplace. Leifer famously worked...
The Office's Kate Flannery says she's shocked it took so long for a television series about women doing standup. As host of TV Guide Network's Standup in Stilettos, Flannery says she's thrilled to show off many up-and-comers, rising stars and even familiar faces not known for comedy. And it's about time, she adds. Females are funny! The Office's Kate Flannery will prove it