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Equal Opportunity Offender - The Best of Lisa Lampanelli

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If Don Rickles and Fran Drescher had a love child, it would be awful, or maybe it would be the strident, brash, provocative, and effervescent Lisa Lampanelli, who is all of those things, plus hilarious, and most certainly not awful. Of course, that hilarious/awful thing depends on which side of the "love her/hate her" fence you fall on, and for the unfamiliar, Equal Opportunity Offender is a great way to find out. This best-of takes the standup comedian's four Warner Bros. albums — from 2005's Take It Like a Man to 2011's Tough Love — and pulls out the best bits for maximum impact. Track titles like "Stereotypes" and "The F*g Whisperer" reflect the Rickles or "Queen of Mean" side of Lampanelli perfectly, but for every "He is so gay he jerks off to Antiques Road Show" joke, there's a track like "Homos Are My Favorite People," which provides funny, even "insider" evidence that they are, along with African-Americans, who Lisa would definitely be sleeping with every night if it weren't for her Italian husband, "Jimmy Big Balls" ("Once you go wop, the eating won't stop"). Political correctness is so purposely turned on its head, and so brutishly, that there's no defending Lampanelli to her detractors, but check "The Roast of Worthless Americans" for something above and beyond, and maybe even transcendent, as its targets are unexpected and often overlooked. Better yet, guess which race she's talking about ahead of time, then listen for the line "I've always wanted to bang one of you little bastards" and see if you're right.

Customer Reviews

Former fan

Her queen of mean act is just a way to be her true self.

Kills me every time!

Lisa is amazing! Her timing is impeccable and she does all her own jokes. I already have all of these but I got it anyway. She needs to come to NYC/NJ area soon!


Ugly & Unfunny

Most ugly female comedians at least have the funny thing going for them. She doesn't. She's just loud. She's the female Andrew Dice Clay. Telling prehistoric jokes extremely loud and extremely off color and the more insulting the funnier there supported to be I guess. Epic Fail.


Born: July 19, 1961 in Trumbull, CT

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

If Don Rickles were a woman with a slight weight problem and a well-documented fondness for having sex with African-American men, he'd sound an awful lot like comedienne Lisa Lampanelli. Described as "Comedy's Lovable Queen of Mean," Lampanelli's act is top-heavy with no-holds-barred insult humor and ethnic jokes, along with plenty of material on her appetite for black men ("Now it's hard to get the really fine black guys, because the skinny broads and Asian girls have started stealing them from...
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