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Punchlines: Late-night comics have more to say about Paula Deen

1:19 PM, Jul. 1, 2013  |  Comments

As if things weren't bad enough for celebrity chef Paula Deen. Sears, KMart and J.C. Penney are the latest to drop the southern cooking dynamo, with J.C. Penney bowing out on Friday. Apparently Deen's tearful apology on the "Today" show didn't help much in terms of retaining sponsors - although one late-night comedian offers a suggestion that melds Deen with another celebrity who has been in his share of hot water.

While sponsors have dropped out, the controversy seems to have done wonders for book sales on Amazon.com. You should see what the site, according to one comic, pushes as good reads for those who bought the book.

Take a look at our favorite jokes on the Deen mess in this video.

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