VIDEO: Chelsea Handler Jokes About Drugs, Therapy, and Flattening Pandemic Curves in ‘Evolution’ Trailer

Actress and comedian’s new stand-up special arrives Oct. 22 on HBO Max

October 7, 2020

Seven months of quarantining has been hard on nearly everyone and Chelsea Handler is no exception.

The comedian, talk show host, and repeat Stern Show guest released the trailer for “Evolution,” her first stand-up special in six years. The hour-long special touches upon everything from therapy and spirituality to taking the SATs while tripping on acid. It also sees Chelsea cracking wise about the attraction she feels toward New York’s governor, fellow Stern Show veteran Andrew Cuomo.

“The thing is I like older men, which brings me to the strong and deep sexual feelings that I have developed for Andrew Cuomo,” she says with a laugh (above) before following it up with a few jokes about curve-flattening.

During her most recent Stern Show visit in 2019, Chelsea tackled several of those same issues she addresses in her stand-up acts, including drugs, romance, and self-help. She told Howard her recent book “Life Will Be the Death of Me: . . . and You Too!” was actually inspired by the time she spent in therapy. Watch a clip from the interview (below).

“Chelsea Handler: Evolution” arrives Oct. 22 on HBO Max.

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