For those of us who have been following this shit-show for awhile, we all remember “Jewish comedy writer.” That’s the dude whose religion Donkey felt it necessary to bring up every time she mentioned him. It was the summer of 2009, Harvard Harley wasn’t biting, and so she ended up on two dates with this guy. The first one went so well they ended up necking in the street and she promptly went on a radio show to breathlessly report this unusual New York event. The second date was a disaster, because she was soon Tweeting about how boring it was and suggesting the Jewish comedy writer wasn’t actually funny. Because if anyone knows comedy, people, it’s Julia Allison! A year later, and she was still Tweeting about how it was the worst second date she’d ever had in her life.
The guy was a writer for the Jimmy Fallon show — now the head monologue writer — and three years later, Donkey felt it necessary to publicly humiliate him by Tweet-butting into a conversation with at least one celebrity that had absolutely nothing to do with her. Oh God, the Cankleshausen. Again. And again. And again.
Donkey is nothing if someone who doesn’t hold a long grudge. Because apparently she’s been desperate to ensure that Greg Gutfeld, the Red Eye host who banned her from his show due to her shitty work ethic, knows about her upcoming Bravo reality show “stardom.” When someone told him what she’s up to, he said “a sad Bravo reality show” was exactly what she deserved. Yesterday on The Five, the panel discussed the dude in Tennessee with 30 kids kids he can’t support. Gutfeld said on air that the guy was bound to end up on a “sad Bravo reality show.”