Arts and Culture

Natasha Leggero went for the jugular last night at Comedy Works

Dressed in a slinky black cocktail dress and spunky Beatle boots, Natasha Leggero strutted with sarcasm and sass during the first show in her four-night run at Comedy Works last night. Delivering her characteristic bitter commentary on politics and lowbrow culture (sweetened by an Audrey Hepburn forgive-me wink), Leggero caustically riffed on home paternity tests, the TLC series My Strange Addiction, and why women had it better when they were sold as property.

See also: - Natasha Leggero on Sarah Silverman, Russel Brand and poorly dressed comics - The ten best comedy shows in April - Kim Jong-Un supports gay marriage: Did SNL steal this from The Onion?

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