TEARS AND LAUGHTER IN A VERY SPECIAL EPISODE OF BRAVO'S HIT SERIES 'KATHY GRIFFIN: MY LIFE ON THE D-LIST' TUESDAY, JUNE 19 AT 10PM ET/PT
"It's Here, that Moment I've Been Dreading my Whole Life," said Griffin
BURBANK, Calif. � June 14, 2007 � The laughs and humiliations never stop when it comes to comedienne Kathy Griffin and her chronicles on Bravo's "My Life on the D-List"�except in this week's upcoming episode in which Griffin deals with the death of her father, (Tuesday, June 19 at 10 p.m. ET/PT). In this third episode of the new season of the Emmy-nominated "D-List", as Griffin prepares to leave for a comedy show aboard Rosie O'Donnell's gay and lesbian cruise, she receives the devastating news that her father is in the hospital and may not make it. Griffin must balance her work commitments against her family responsibilities and her extremely strong love for her father: "It's here, that moment I've been just dreading my whole life is here," said Griffin. "It really just hit me like a baseball bat�and I just kept thinking I can never talk to him again."
Viewers will both laugh and cry along with Griffin as she reveals her dying father's wish to die with dignity and his beloved golf playing on the television. In an unusually poignant episode dedicated to her late father, John Griffin (who made frequent appearances on the series), Kathy deals with the grief in her trademark fashion but not without shedding a few tears along the way.
Read blogs from the team Griffin, the producers, and Kathy herself at www.BravoTV.com. You can also get the D-list dating advice and from dating expert, Millionaire Matchmaker" Patti Stanger. And don't miss "My Life on the Z-List: Jen's Vlog." Jen (comedian Billy Eichner), a 28-year-old self-proclaimed "New York fashion girl" has just transitioned from a job in the cutthroat New York fashion world to a job working in the "glamorous" New York offices at Bravo. Every week, she broadcasts her video blog "live from her cubicle," attempting to become the Web's new "It" girl by sharing her thoughts on the new season of "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," as well as her own special Jen perspective on life at Bravo, pop culture and beyond. She's an overnight Jensation.
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