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She has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, as well as on Comedy Central. She is crass, insulting, offensive, and if you aren't easily outraged and like politically incorrect comedy, then Lisa Lampanelli's Dirty Girl is just the album for you. Taped at a show she did in Seattle, Washington, Lampanelli spouts about everything from homosexuals to parking spaces and gets riotous laughter from her audience every time.
On "I Love Everybody," Lampanelli muses about how her last show was in Connecticut. "Those soccer mom, mini-van drivin' whores. I HATE EM'!!!" She also goes on about how they are "politically correct," and how she despises that. Lampanelli also asks the question, "How many queers are here tonight?" She talks to a couple in the audience and even disrespects Asian members of the group, thanking them for coming "even though they can't speak English."
With "As Feminine As/" Lampanelli goes on about her hatred of Oprah Winfrey. She spews on the rumors about her being "more than friends" with her gal pal, Gayle King. She also screams how happy she is now that Winfrey seems to be getting fat again. Lampanelli also talks about how her African-American boyfriend dumped her because he said she "wasn't feminine."
"Never Park in a Cripple Space" has Lampanelli saying how she "would never park in a cripple space." But she then inquires the Seattle crowd if they have something called "expectant mothers parking." Lampanelli's answer to this is, "Screw those knocked up whores, you know what I do when I see that crap? I pull right in, stick out the old gut and say