Tired Hooker

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Tired Hooker
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Live album by
ReleasedAugust 7, 2012 (2012-08-07) [1]
RecordedDecember 20, 2011 (2011-12-20)
Genre Comedy
Length43:57
Label Shout! Factory
Producer Kathy Griffin
Kathy Griffin chronology
Pants Off
(2011)
Tired Hooker
(2012)
Seaman 1st Class
(2012)

Tired Hooker is third home video release and the fourteenth Bravo stand-up comedy special by stand-up comedian Kathy Griffin and sixteenth overall. It was recorded at Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey and aired on December 20, 2011 [2] on Bravo. It was released simultaneously with Pants Off.

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Introduction"1:10
2."Kim Kardashian's marriage to Chris Humphries [3] "7:50
3."Ashton Kutcher's divorce"2:00
4."Beaver Hunt in Hustler and getting waxe"4:00
5."Hugh Jackman's Broadway show"3:55
6."Nancy Grace on Dancing with the Stars"4:50
7."Grindr"4:15
8."Dating and her dogs"3:00
9."Lindsay Lohan's community service"1:00
10."Pajama jeans, forever lazies, and furries"8:00
11."Cher"3:57
Total length:43:57

Personnel

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