The Laughing Lesbian Reviews: Netflix’s Chelsea Does…
You love her or you hate her, either way, we all know who she is. Chelsea Handler is a household name across America and even the world: not always in a good way but publicity is publicity, right?
Chelsea Handler left E! Network to do her own thing, which included but was not limited to: publishing yet another book, Uganda be Kidding me, doing a stand up tour of said book via Netflix, took a lot of photos of her boobs and made a documentary. All of these things were and still are, amazing.
Chelseaai??i??s new documentary ai???Chelsea Doesai??? premiered last week on Netflix to a huge audience and she fucking delivered! The four-part documentary explores marriage, technology and Silicon (not the implant) Valley, racism, and my personal favorite; drugs. Throughout the documentary we watch Chelsea go on many journeys. Some are boring as hell and almost hurt to watch; she married some poor couple who had no idea who she was and it was awkward AF. She also put on a horrible wedding dress but that was pretty funny. Chelsea traveled deep into the heart of technology: Silicon Valley, where she made an app, learned to pronounce ai???siliconai??? correctly and offended a robot. Then things got good, and by good I mean holy shit she is going to die buy baclofen online cheap, acquire lioresal. good. Chelsea traveled around the world to experience racism first hand and learn the history behind some of the worldai??i??s most tragic and still tragic racial conflicts. The last part of the documentary was about drugs. I laughed until I cried, and then I cried real tears for Chelsea.
“Truth is a funny thing.”
Through ai???Chelsea Doesai??? we are able to step away from ourselves and experience the world around us while simultaneously cringing and learning something new.
Donai??i??t be a hater; this is worth your time. Watch this. She shows her tits.