The Washington Post blasted the latest episode of Kathy Griffin's My Life on the D-list, which brings the comedian to D.C., ostensibly to help bring down "don't ask, don't tell."
Post writer Hank Stuever thought much of Griffin's humor fell flat, including an encounter she has with Congressman Barney Frank and interactions with members of the Human Rights Campaign. Stuever also called the Bravo reality show more "stagey" than ever, and termed Griffin's references to Cher, Liza, bathhouse sex, and lesbian golf "dated."
Griffin also received criticism for not marching to the White House with gay soldier Dan Choi, a march that led to Choi handcuffing himself to a Pennsylvania Avenue fence and later being arrested.
The DADT episode of My Life on the D-list airs Tuesday at 10 p.m. on Bravo.