Kathy Griffin is being honored by Irish American Magazine as one of their Top 100 for 2007 and heads to New York to accept her award. Upon returning home she is invited by the Irish Tourism Board to ...
A one-hour talk show hosted by Kathy Griffin. Unlike any other talk show, this will be the destination to get Griffin's thoughts on everything pop culture as she rants on the week's biggest... See full summary »
Two-time Emmy award winning comedian Kathy Griffin is about to break a world record. Before a live studio audience at the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, Texas, Griffin will return to the ... See full summary »
This is a completely unauthorized parody. Nobody in this production is affiliated with the original Harold Gray comic strip, the original 1977 musical by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin,... See full summary »
In her book "Official Book Club Selection" Kathy Griffin revealed that during the filming of the second season she was separated from her husband Matt Moline, who would arrive before the crew and leave after filming finished, though the season portrays them as still living together. See more »
Griffin frequently referred to Steve Wozniak as a billionaire while he was appearing on the series, though most estimates of his net worth place it around $100 million. See more »
Renada The Dog Trainer:
Pretend you're are a squirrel. You know..."Whee! Whee!"
Umm. Yeah. That makes sense.... If you're crazy.
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It's no wonder that Kathy Griffin has become a star since her days on the show, Suddenly Susan. She was one of the best parts about that show and her relationship between Brooke Shields on screen and off-screen was of great affection. Shields was maid of honor at Griffin's wedding. Now, Kathy is the star of her own reality show on the D-List on Bravo Television. There are moments like her show going to Iraq to entertain the troops with beloved MAD-TV's Michael McDonald along and her former husband. I love watching Kathy on BRavo as herself. She is far more entertaining than most people who have reality television shows. KAthy's pilgrimage to her parents' ancestral homeland of Ireland was a treat especially to say goodbye to her father who passed away. Kathy is realistic and believable as she hurts, so do we. You can't help but like Kathy even though there are times that she can be annoying.
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