Emmys 2012: TV's Funniest Ladies Talk Farts, Fame and Twitter Fury at THR's Roundtable
12:50 PM PDT 6/20/2012 by THR Staff
Christina Applegate ("Up All Night"), Julie Bowen ("Modern Family"), Laura Dern ("Enlightened"), Zooey Deschanel ("New Girl"), Julia Louis-Dreyfus ("Veep"), Jane Lynch ("Glee") and Martha Plimpton ("Raising Hope") gather at the Hollywood Tower to talk about how TV has had enough "dicks and balls" during an uncensored interview.
From Jane Lynch passing gas on the set of Glee and blaming an extra to Zooey Deschanel's bondage during a New Girl scene, the THR roundtable gets into their most regrettable times on set.
Comedy Actresses: Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Zooey Deschanel on 'SNL
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jane Lynch and Zooey Deschanel all talk about their times hosting the NBC series -- and how it changed for women after Tina Fey.
Comedy Actresses: Martha Plimpton on Her Twitter War
Raising Hope star Martha Plimpton addresses her Twitter feud with former Two and Half Men writer Lee Aronsohn: "There is no controversy to me about this. Women are talented, smart, half the population. Some women are not talented and stupid."
Comedy Actresses: Full Uncensored Interview
Full uncensored interview with Christina Applegate(Up All Night), Julie Bowen(Modern Family), Laura Dern(Enlightened), Zooey Deschanel (New Girl), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep), Jane Lynch(Glee) and Martha Plimpton(Raising Hope).
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