The reason we made this movie is because, in truth, we are big, big fans of the romantic comedy.
Come on, senator — no piece of paper can wipe the Canada off you.
So GM’s known for a decade about a deadly design flaw, waited years to attempt to fix it, botched the fix, threatened to recoup legal costs from anybody who tried to litigate the issue, and then when the sh*t hit the fan, decided maybe it’s time to promote Car Gal.
Chelsea Handler’s comedic personality isn’t always easy to love; like Schumer’s and Sarah Silverman’s, it’s aggressive, raunchy, and thrives on shock value. Ultimately, though, these are all personas meant to undermine the cultural expectations we place on women’s speech. In this particular comedic performance, no one is proverbially safe and there’s little room for niceness.
JOHN MULANEY: You tell a lot of funny stories on the new record. Stuff about being on the road. Were there any you left out that you would like to include here?
ERIC HUTCHINSON: I told a story about playing a private concert for Fergie from Black Eyed Peas. My lawyers advised me to leave it off the record. […] I can’t say much about the Fergie story, except it ends with her trying to feed me a hamburger.