* Lesbians (and bi-sexual women) just tend to swoon all over her, at "After Ellen".
Note also the URL in "Exhibit Two" here:
Not that there's anything wrong with that or anything.
Bonus! Disturbing picture of her tattoos provided at the first link:
UPDATE: Janine Garofallo's tour to promote Ratatouille continues as she visits - and praises - Austin, the most odious city in Texas (but, then again I've never been to Houston). We also learn that her hair is dyed black - its natural color is apparently a very, very dark shade of brown - and she doesn't like having her picture taken. And:
Garofalo's hands and arms are in full, florid tremble during our conversation, visibly and worrisomely. Is she this nervous?
Yes, I'm sure that was just nervousness. And, of course, she shows her hateful side:
A sacred heart emblazoned with "Liberal" on her shoulder stands out like a shout, like she's literally wearing her heart on her sleeve... "I put 'liberal' on there because I'm tired of it being used as a dirty word," Garofalo says. "It's something to be very proud of." ...On the flip side, she says, " 'Conservative' is just another way of saying 'racist' or 'misogynist' or 'fearful' or 'arrogant.'"
SPECIAL STILL NOT GAY UPDATE: Here's a 1999 Conan O'Brien clip. As long as you just look at her face and mute the sound and ignore everything else, from certain angles she actually looks very pretty:
"Yes. I think because my dad, maybe growing up was a very authoritarian type of conservative religious guy. And there was a lot of 'Why'? 'Because I said so.' That's very common in parents but especially if they're conservative religious types. I don't like that. I don't like the 'Because I said so' and I don't like the 'Why ask why?'"
Pochemuchoshka, zvoni psycholog, pozhaluysta! She has even more issues:
I like to show up at the studio and you can wear your pyjamas if you want to. You don't have to wash your hair, you know, you don't even have to take a shower.
A pretty face will only get you so far.
SEE I TOLD YOU SO UPDATE: This July 1 interview - most likely scrubbed of her usual vitriol - contains the following quote:
"I tried the accent on my then-boyfriend, and he said, 'Is this really how you're going to do it?' It really put the kibosh on doing it for friends."
Posted in Janeane at June 27, 2007 03:11 PM
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