Leslie Mann’s Gimp Tackles Cosby

By Lex December 30, 2014 @ 10:00 AM


In his never ending attempt to please his beard, both the one he married and that stupid one she makes him keep on his face to remind him literally, Judd Apatow has gone on the war path against another obvious defiler of women, Bill Cosby. Apatow went so far as to call Cosby a ‘monster‘ on Twitter, where real men go to battle on their tablets. Naturally, Apatow had to wait a few months to pile on. Nobody gets anywhere in life by putting themselves on the line to be out there first.

Apatow attacked a bunch of venues in Canada who are still hosting Cosby comedy events this coming week. He neglected to note that these venues were rented out well in advance by promoters and they had contractual obligations to host these shows regardless of the CosRape landslide. But the truth is a small obstacle on the path to being a champion of victim’s rights, if those victim are women, like his wife. Every marionette knows the last thing you want is a string in the midsection pulled too tightly.

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More From….Judd Apatow Prances to the Defense of Lena Dunham’s Fat Naked Ass

By Lex January 10, 2014 @ 4:05 PM

“I don’t get the purpose of all the nudity on the show. By you particularly. I feel like I’m walking into a trap where you say no one complains about the nudity on ‘Game of Thrones,’ but I get why they’re doing it. They’re doing it to be salacious. To titillate people. And your character is often naked at random times for no reason”

– TV critic, Tim Molloy, questioning Lena Dunham at TV Critics Association panel

A TV reporter had the nerve to ask the mighty Lena Dunham why she’s naked so much on her own TV show which I guess he’s forced to watch as part of his job. The response was a Vassar Womyn’s club litany of feminist knee jerkism by Dunham and her fellow show producers. Dunham defended her omnipresent bare Weebles body with the intellectual profundity of a seven-year old:

It’s because it’s a realistic expression of what it’s like to be alive, I think, and I totally get it. If you are not into me, that’s your problem.

Oh, fuck, coming soon, Lena Dunham taking a post-Sbarro dump on camera. The last thing we need from Lena Dunham is more honest portrayals of human existence in all its grit.

Girls producer Jenni Konner asked Tim Molloy why he thought he even had the right to talk to a woman like that. What? Asking Dunham why she was so obviously infatuated with being naked on camera. She shows her IHOPs on camera more than any other actress on television. It’s her own show. She’s not being pushed by some ratings hungry producer to flash her saggy bags. She’s insisting on it.

Judd Apatow worked overtime to make himself the biggest ass of the session, jumping to defend Lena’s feminist integrity, He told Molloy that even asking why Lena she was naked so much on Girls was sexist, offensive, and misogynistic, using all three buzz words to make sure everybody was clear that he liked to use big words without any real thought behind them. Maybe he was just trying to ensure another round of awards from Hollywood or just score point so that his wife wouldn’t make him sleep in the dog bed tonight.

Apatow then asked Molloy if he had a girlfriend and if she is happy knowing that her boyfriend is a sexist offensive misogynist who almost made Lena Dunham squirt onion ring grease out of her eyes. Apatow asked the TV critic to re-examine his Cro-magnon ways and only come back when he too has a soft-chinned pussy beard that reflexively quivers in fear around women. Then everybody stopped talking for a minute to gather themselves in their shells of self-importance waiting for some chick from People magazine or E! to ask a softball question.

I really need to hit something.

Don’t Ever Ask Lena Dunham Why She Gets Naked

By Travis January 10, 2014 @ 11:00 AM

At the Winter Television Critics Association tour in Pasadena, Judd Apatow and the cast of Girls announced that the show had already been renewed for a fourth season, before they went on to answer questions from the media in attendance. One critic asked them why the show features so much nudity from Lena Dunham, because he basically doesn’t understand the creative purpose for it, and none of the show’s staff took it very well. According to E!, Lena fired back, “If you’re not into me, that’s your problem,” while Judd accused the reporter of being ashamed of his own appearance, and executive producer Jenni Konner even went into a “rage spiral” over the question. Great, mature responses aside, can someone please answer the question?

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