Chelsea Peretti: You're a lady, correct?
Natasha Leggero: Correct! Um, yes. I'm very excited to be a lady.
Chelsea: Oh, god, who isn't?
Natasha: You do a lot of shows with ladies, right?
Chelsea: Well, let's play nice. I hate ladies as much as the next lady.
Chelsea: But, people do think it's like a compliment to say, "You're funny. You're the funniest girl." Or usually, here's what I get--
Natasha: "Usually I don't think women are funny."
Chelsea: "Usually I don't think women are funny," yeah.
Natasha: "But you--"
Chelsea: "But you, however--"
Natasha: "You funny!"
Chelsea: "You were pretty funny."
Natasha: "For a woman."
Chelsea: I hate it when someone says, "You're pretty funny." Like, I don't need that thrown in the mix, the "pretty funny". The intros are always the worst.
Natasha: "You guys ready for a lady?"
Chelsea: "You ready for a lady?" Like this freak show's about to march onstage.
Chelsea: The worst is they're like, "She's lovely, and she's funny." And then you like trot out in a little dress and tap shoes. It's like such a stressful intro.
Chelsea: This is so fun. We should hang out more.
Natasha: Uh, yeah, this is a nice place.
Chelsea: Do you want to hang out more, er . . .
Natasha: You know, I'm actually really busy right now.
Chelsea: Okay, okay.
Oh, funny ladies.