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Whitney Cummings' New Talk Show Sounds Better than Her Sitcoms [TV]

Love You, Mean It will be a weekly half-hour show on E! (airing after The Soup) in which Cummings will chat about celebrities, relationships and pop culture. She'll be joined by guests, other comedians and a sidekick, Julian McCullough. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Whitney says: "This show gives me a chance to get back to my stand-up roots… And I'm really excited to be able to say (almost) whatever I'd like on TV again.
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