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ANDY: my body of water would have been dead sea because it dried up a long time ago.
Your favorite body of water represents how you view sex and you view sex as tumultuous, unpredictable and salty. WHITNEY: I know everything I need to know about Conan O'Brien. CONAN: Watch Andy’s show in that Tahoe this weekend.
CONAN: So you’re saying before you date the person, with the help of your therapist, you quiz them?
WHITNEY: It's a Freudian quiz which tells you about someone's subconscious.
Although Cummings really did witness three divorces by the time she was 15, she joked that these days, her faith in marriage usually coincides with the cover of magazine.
Then, she tackled friendship and the growing problem of multiple bachelorette parties and the legitimacy of so called-work wives.
"We try to keep the TV Whitney as likable as possible," Cummings joked about the difference between herself and her character at Thursday's Paley Center fall TV preview panel, which was moderated by to your Watchlist before the new season begins and never miss an episode 1.
She's slightly less jaded about marriage in real life: On the show, Whitney takes issue with societal pressures to marry her longtime boyfriend because she's afraid of walking down the aisle after watching her mom and her dad each suffer through three failed marriages.
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This month, in honor of our Women in Comedy issue, none other than Whitney Cummings, comedian, actress, producer, and writer will be telling you what to do with your love life, your career, your friendships, and everything else comedians don't usually give sincere advice on.Like, a I sounded a lot like you, actually; always analyzing guys' moves, doing too much, thinking too much.Frankly, you're giving men too much power over your mind because you need too much of them.When I took my hiatus from dating I used my time to nurture my friendships, develop new hobbies, and take on more charity work. Once you've established a system where you're getting your internal needs met on your own, you'll give off a way less desperate vibe when you hang out with guys.