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Dirty Girl

Lisa Lampanelli

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Hold on to your sides and leave your political correctness at home, because once the "lovable Queen of Mean" hits the stage there's no stopping this energetic ball of offensiveness. You either love or hate the ribald Lisa Lampanelli, the extremely loud comic who calls Andy Dick a "pickle kisser" and greets an Asian female member of the audience with "I'm glad your father didn't drown you." She opens the set on the ironically titled "I Love Everybody" with "How many frickin' queers are there here tonight? What am I, Kathy Griffin?" Actually, she sort of is, just way hyped up and with a heaping helping of Andrew Dice Clay, that is if the Diceman were sexually attracted to black men and were willing to give "Hummers for Heroes." It'll take the buttoned-up type about 0.05 seconds to figure out this isn't for them — heaven help you if your kids get hold of a copy — and if you can't stand sick humor you probably don't want to hear about how AIDS is the best diet ever. There's an audience that eats this up — the nonstop laughter proves it — since Lampanelli is also able to point the gun at herself, pointing out she's a "hefty gal" repeatedly and explaining that she prefers to be "on top, to keep the guy from escaping." While her style hasn't evolved much since 2005's Take It Like a Man, it won't matter to fans who really don't want Lampanelli to get deep, cerebral, or acceptable in mixed company. Don't worry, the only way Dirty Girl could be truer to its title is if the word "hilarious" were added to it.

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I love Lisa Lampanelli

she is amazing and i think some people mis judge her. people call her "racist"...why do people go to her shows then? i dont think u can judge her act until u see the look on the audience's face when she's maken fun of them. lisa ALWAYS has a message in her rutine and shes right. dont call her a racist; ur rong. for me, im not gonna list the numbers of the favorites. i love ALL OF THEM shes hillarious. definate must buy. (buy the other album 2)


how can you not love LL she is awesome. she not only makes fun of herself but, EVERYONE. in this day and age this is what amnerica needs a wake up shot in the #ss and she can do it. AWESOME buy it is worth the money she is great.

You kick A**

I might only be 13... But I sure as hell know what comedy is when I see it! Your my role model and I strive too be like you!


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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Dirty Girl, Lisa Lampanelli
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Comedy, Music, Standup Comedy
  • Released: Jan 30, 2007

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