Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials

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  • 2004
  • 6 Seasons

Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials from Bravo is an American television program starring the famous comedian Kathy Griffin. It consists of several stand-up comedy specials that aired on the Bravo network between 2005 and 2013. Throughout her career, Kathy Griffin has made a name for herself as one of the most controversial and daring comedians in the business. Her stand-up is known for its biting humor, in which she often takes aim at celebrities, politics, and social issues. Her brand of comedy is both fearless and irreverent, skewering those in power and those who would try to silence her.

The Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials from Bravo feature Griffin performing some of her most memorable routines in front of live audiences. Each special covers a different topic, ranging from pop culture to politics to her own personal life. Over the course of the series, viewers are treated to a front-row seat to Griffin's unique blend of comedy and social commentary, as she offers her take on some of the most pressing issues of the day.

One of the defining features of the Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials from Bravo is the comedian's willingness to push boundaries and take risks. In many of her routines, Griffin addresses controversial topics head-on, making no apologies for her views. This has led to some of her most infamous moments, including her criticism of celebrities like Britney Spears and Paris Hilton, her scathing takedown of Sarah Palin, and her use of profanity and sexual humor on stage.

Despite the controversy surrounding her work, Griffin has built a dedicated following over the years, thanks to her razor-sharp wit and her ability to connect with audiences on a personal level. Her Comedy Specials from Bravo capture this energy perfectly, showcasing Griffin at her most raw and unfiltered. Whether she's making jokes about her own life, poking fun at the rich and famous, or taking on the political establishment, Griffin is always at the top of her game.

Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials from Bravo is the comedian's ability to sustain relevance over a period of several years. Despite the fact that the world has changed dramatically since the release of her first special in 2005, Griffin's humor remains sharp and incisive. Her willingness to adapt and evolve has allowed her to remain a vital voice in the world of comedy, even as many of her peers have fallen by the wayside.

Overall, the Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials from Bravo are a must-see for fans of cutting-edge stand-up comedy. With each special, Griffin proves herself to be one of the most fearless and daring comedians working today, a true iconoclast who refuses to compromise her vision. Whether you're a longtime fan or a newcomer to her work, these specials are sure to entertain and shock in equal measure.

Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (46 episodes). The series first aired on March 24, 2004.

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Maggie: The Musical
8. Maggie: The Musical
August 3, 2010
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. Kathy's got her work cut out for her, since this crowd likes a good musical, so she seeks the guidance of some notable Broadway babies.
Getting My House in Order
7. Getting My House in Order
July 27, 2010
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. The women have a plan for Kathy's new décor and it involves a very gay theme, making Palm Springs the perfect backdrop to find all they need to furnish the house. Kathy soon realizes that she has another issue on her hands -- Tom's reaction to Ambien has resulted in nightly Ambien-induced sleepwalking and "sleep"-eating episodes_4-18. In his sleep, Tom eats all of Kathy's favorite junk food.
Kathy's Smear Campaign
6. Kathy's Smear Campaign
July 20, 2010
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. Meanwhile, with the economy being what it is, ticket sales are low for her Madison Square Garden show, so Kathy has to go into self-promotion mode and does the media rounds. She does Joy Behar's show, and after their taping, the ladies become fast friends. Kathy presents her idea of the public pap smear, to a group of ladies from the National Cervical Cancer Coalition, explaining her good intentions -- and their eyes widen at the idea. The risks of creating a spectacle seem to outweigh the positives for their organization. Kathy admits that if she were Cameron Diaz, she could get press just going into a doctor's office, but on the D-List -- you've got to make some noise to be heard.
Kathy Goes to Washington
5. Kathy Goes to Washington
July 13, 2010
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. Kathy gets the opportunity to meet with some of the soldiers for whom she is fighting. Kathy makes her case to Congress and things go as well as can be expected. Boosted by the adrenaline rush from speaking in front of the Senate, Kathy gets an idea to build even more support and sends out an urgent tweet for all of her followers to come to D.C. to help stage a peaceful, but powerful protest on the mall.
Moving the Merch
4. Moving the Merch
July 6, 2010
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. This means she needs to push her book sales to the next level and start exploiting a vast untapped natural resource -- Maggie's skyrocketing popularity. It's time for Maggie to earn her keep, so Kathy arranges a book deal and looks for other Maggie merchandising opportunities. Kathy sets up a meeting with Robert, the ghostwriter who helped Kathy with her own best-selling book, but when the head honchos from Hyperion (the book publishers) arrive for a meeting, they're shocked when Maggie lays out her demands. Wanting to get some expert advice for creating a fashion line, inspired by Maggie, Kathy calls on budding designer Lauren Conrad for help.
Freezing My A-List Off
3. Freezing My A-List Off
June 29, 2010
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. This group of dog-sledders is not exactly her crowd -- but the cold has frozen her brain and she can't help but open her show with her standard "Where my gays at?" shout out. Later, things get competitive when Kathy and Levi do a dual bookstore signing together. Kathy signs her book and Levi signs his Playgirl centerfold issue. The trip ends with Kathy and Levi visiting two gay bars so Levi could study up on the gay culture he didn't realize was right under his nose.
Toddlers & Remodelers
2. Toddlers & Remodelers
June 22, 2010
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.
Kathy With a Z
1. Kathy With a Z
June 15, 2010
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. Kathy travels to New York with her tour manager, Tom Vize, in tow. Before she has a nervous breakdown, Kathy rushes to see Liza, and the experience is both A-List and encouraging. Liza, who recently guest starred on "Law & Order" herself, runs lines with Kathy and gives her some great advice on how to tackle the gig.
Where to Watch Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials
Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials is available for streaming on the Bravo website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Kathy Griffin Comedy Specials on demand at Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    March 24, 2004