Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials 5 Seasons 2010

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Season 6
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With her mom Maggie's fancy new retirement home bill and the growing wine bill, Kathy is forced to take a stand up gig in Anchorage, Alaska. This visit gives her a chance to visit her hunky man-boy-toy escort, Levi Johnston, in his natural habitat. Kathy is invited to host the big pre-race event at the Musher's Annual Banquet, a 2000-seat dinner and big money auction. Later, things get competitive when Kathy and Levi do a dual bookstore signing together.

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44 minutes
Original air date:
June 29, 2010

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Freezing My A-List Off

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Season 6
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    1. Kathy With a Z The sixth season of the two-time Emmy award winning series "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List" begins with great A-List news: Kathy Griffin has been cast in a special guest-starring role on "Law & Order: SVU," or as Kathy's mom, Maggie Griffin, calls it, "Law & Order: SUV." Excited and a little nervous, Kathy "smells guest star Emmy". Kathy does what any adorable American ingénue would do: she calls Liza Minnelli for advice.

    TV-14 44min June 15, 2010
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    2. Toddlers & Remodelers Kathy Griffin hires A-List designer Kenny Davis to remodel her Hollywood Hills home. Meanwhile, Kathy's mom, Maggie, is living large and is tapped to write a book. Kathy has a surprise announcement: Team Griffin will be guest judges at the upcoming California Gold Coast Toddler Pageant. During the competition, Kathy stirs the pot and deadlocks the judging in a "closed door" session. When it's time to hand out crowns Kathy rewards a few of the girls with her own special categories.

    TV-14 44min June 22, 2010
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    3. Freezing My A-List Off With her mom Maggie's fancy new retirement home bill and the growing wine bill, Kathy is forced to take a stand up gig in Anchorage, Alaska. This visit gives her a chance to visit her hunky man-boy-toy escort, Levi Johnston, in his natural habitat. Kathy is invited to host the big pre-race event at the Musher's Annual Banquet, a 2000-seat dinner and big money auction. Later, things get competitive when Kathy and Levi do a dual bookstore signing together.

    TV-14 44min June 29, 2010
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    4. Moving the Merch After Kathy Griffin and her mom, 89-year-old Maggie, have an intimate talk with their financial idol Suze Orman, Kathy realizes she needs to start thinking about her and her mom's financial future. It's time for Maggie to earn her keep, so Kathy arranges a book deal and looks for other Maggie merchandising opportunities. Wanting to get some expert advice for creating a fashion line, inspired by Maggie, Kathy calls on budding designer Lauren Conrad for help.

    TV-14 44min July 6, 2010
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    5. Kathy Goes to Washington Kathy Griffin gets a call from the president of the Human Rights Campaign who tells her she is being honored with the Ally For Equality award at the annual HRC dinner. When California State Senator Barbara Boxer (D) speaks at the event about "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and the importance in fighting for its repeal, Kathy decides she wants to do whatever she can to help the cause. The next day, Kathy and Team Griffin head to Washington.

    TV-14 44min July 13, 2010
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    6. Kathy's Smear Campaign Kathy Griffin begins another busy week reviewing her agenda with Team Griffin. Kathy wants to do something for women's health, and cooks up the idea to do a public pap smear as a publicity stunt idea with a positive message.

    TV-14 44min July 20, 2010
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    7. Getting My House in Order Kathy and Team Griffin have been working their butts off and it is beginning to show. Kathy hasn't had the time of day to cater to anything personal like the renovations of her house. Kathy decides to spend the day in Palm Springs with her friend, "Insider:" host Lara Spencer, who is also an interior designer.

    TV-14 44min July 27, 2010
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    8. Maggie: The Musical Kathy Griffin just can't keep from swearing -- even when she's hosting CNN's live New Year's Eve show with Anderson Cooper. Her mouth has a mind of its own and, once again, Kathy has embarrassed her mom, Maggie. To make amends, Kathy agrees to perform for Maggie's new friends at their talent night.

    TV-14 44min August 3, 2010

Product Details

Genres Reality TV, Comedy
Supporting actors Kami Herrington, Levi Johnston, Tiffany Rinehart, Tom Vize
Season year 2010
Network Bravo
Executive Producer Michelle Adler
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 17, 2010
There are many stars on the this opening episode, Most of it has to do with Kathy's making of a L&O SVU episode this past season. So we see her acting with Christopher Malone and Mariska Hagartay. They are all good, of course, but how can anyone possibly hold the screen with Liza Minnelli giving Kathy acting lessons in her penthouse? The three of them look like, well just like little screen tv people after you see Liza teaching someone how to perform! (As an aside, it is absolutely amazing how much she is like her late mother Judy Garland at this stage of her life.)

The next scene stealer is Maggie the Mother who, as usual, all but pushes Kathy off the screen as each season unfolds. She helps Kathy with her lines while drinking a glass of her every present boxed wine.

I saw the L&O episode which this first D List show covers. The D List version of the show is so much better than the L&O episode! And don't be fooled: Kathy was the best thing by far on that episode! Olivia and Elliott as a detective partnership has been coming across as stale and tedious lately so Kathy acts as a real shot in the arm. In my opinion, they could use some of her vitality injected into their characters. I also think they missed a big chance to make the fullest use of her. Had she been cast as a stand up comedian concerned in a crime, the L&O episode could have been fantastic.

You see Kathy in all stages of makeup and dress. She varies from looking great to looking absolutely horrible as the show settles on a look for her character. As usual, she will do ANYTHING in pursuit of moving herself from D List to A List.

This promises to be another great season and I will certainly be front and center next week for it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 6, 2010
Kathy takes charge of the Talent Show in her mother's senior building so as to appease her complaints about her constant swearing in her act. Kathy goes all out including getting Broadway star Kristin Cheniworth to show her how to sing plus getting Cloris Leachman to appear at the Talent Night. It all goes off well and Kathy does a surprisingly good job of ending it with a surprise tune sung by herself for Maggie. This is not riveting stuff but it is entertaining.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 13, 2010
How much you like this episode depends on how much you enjoy Kathy's Mom, Maggie. I enjoy Maggie more as Kathy's comedic sidekick rather than as a major character in her own right. This episode explores Kathy's developing Maggie's commercial appeal by starting a Maggie clothing line, a mumu and a Maglet (the Maglet looks kind of interesting actually). Then Maggie is commissioned to write a book (as told to a ghost writer). There are funny moments with the best being Kathy's taking to the runway and showing the Maggie models how to work the runway for maximum commercial appeal. She is amazingly good at it. Apparently there are HUGE fans of Maggie on this show. I watch the show for Kathy and enjoy Maggie in the sidekick role. However, if Kathy is right, I am in the minority.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 24, 2010
We've all been curious about these child beauty pageants since Jon Benet Ramsey's death. There is no better person to get up close and personal about them than Kathy Griffin. As a comic, she approaches the pageant from angles journalists could never touch. She and her Mom get to be celebrity judges of one in Ontario, California. Right away Kathy notices that there are longtime single men as her co judges and her remarks echo exactly what is going on in your head--WHY are these guys on this panel? All the answers which come into your head are bad ones.

Kathy also gets the girls to train her to be part of the pageant and then takes the stage herself, copying what the girls have taught her. Her mother is of course embarrassed but she apparently doesn't realize the satiric thrust Kathy is thus dealing the whole pageant circus. Maggie actually believes Kathy needs to get pageantry "out of her system."

Kathy also spends time with the mothers and with the prizes, even bringing her own Emmy statuettes to reinforce the "importance" of trophies in one's life. She is thus showing at every turn what is wrong with this picture rather than telling us and it is all the more effective for her doing it this way.

As a subplot, Kathy is also gutting and redoing her house so that it is less D list. It is truly a mess as we close out this second episode and she doesn't even have a contractor to start putting it back together. The house will obviously be a continuing project for all of season 6. It is funny to watch her interview this one celebrity house contractor. He could only be working in Hollywoodland.
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By Dr K on January 1, 2013
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So sad this was the last season, but man was it a good one! I could not choose a favorite as they were all hysterical. LOVE IT!
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