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Yet here are the supplies, and scattered around are photos: a black-and-white one of Handler at dinner with BFFs Sandra Bullock and Mary Mc Cormack, another of a younger Chelsea holding a cigarette and standing leapfrog-style over a friend. This impression Handler gives of going off-script, or of never having one to begin with, is what draws fans to her. The overlap in that Venn diagram seems to be exactly where Handler wants her comedy to be. I was fucked-up stoned one night in my room, and I was like” — fake-slurring — “‘I’m going get all these pictures together.’ I still don’t know what the fuck to do. The 40-year-old comedian has a lot of them, some dating back to high school and others more recent: Sarah Silverman, Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow. She doesn’t run an organization to inspire young girls (like Amy Poehler). From 2007 until 2014, she brought a shambolic but candid approach to late night, curling up on a chair opposite her guest and casually maneuvering her way to the gossip that mattered, sometimes surprising them with her forthrightness.A couple of months ago, for instance, Handler chased an Ambien with vodka to show what happens when a person stays awake on that combo (in this case, she’s awful at Twister, feels judged by her pets, and doesn’t remember any of it the next day).It’s one of the milder scenes in “Chelsea Does Drugs” — later in that installment, Handler learns her friends were once so concerned about her recreational drug use that they considered an intervention, a scene she swears was not rehearsed for the cameras. No,’” she says, and her gravelly laughter echoes across the backyard.Schumer imbues nearly all of her show’s sketches with straightforward feminism. So it’s probably no coincidence that after eight years of working on her E!late-night show, Handler was ready to tackle her most ambitious, socially aware project to date, even if she can’t refrain from delivering a few what did she just say? “I think it’s just responsible, as an entertainer,” says Handler.
The camel-colored dining chairs are covered in some type of coarse hair that feels poky when you sit on them. “My whole fucking house is controlled by an i Pad, and I can barely turn on the TV.” (She addresses this in the series’ tech installment, “Chelsea Does Silicon Valley.”) Several segments of each hour-ish-long documentary unfold here, with Chunk and Tammy, her loyal part–chow chow companions, perambulating in the background, observing their owner, much like they do now.“I was like, ‘I want to post about it but I’m terrified they’ll attack you,'” Trainor told Sabara.“Then I just did it and no one said anything and I was like, ‘Oh great.’ So I posted a bunch.” Trainor’s Instagram feed is filled with photos of the couple acting as adorable as possible.These days, though, making people laugh is not necessarily enough, and even the term p.c. Lately, there’s room — arguably, a lot of room — for earnestness in comedy, especially among the critical darlings.Aziz Ansari grapples with taking his immigrant parents for granted in his Netflix series Master of None. occasionally makes being a middle-aged white guy feel profound.