If you’re a fan of Chelsea Handler’s newish Netflix series, then you’re probably familiar with the Ann Coulter debacle. But for those who aren't, here’s a rundown: Last month, Coulter, a conservative pundit who's a regular on shows like HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, was scheduled to appear as a guest on the Chelsea set. Then, at the last minute, she cancelled.
Handler used the opportunity to rip into Coulter (the two disagree on just about every political issue you can think of). But that doesn't mean she didn't invite Coulter to come back—at least to do a bit for her show. As Handler told Fortune last week during an interview at the Most Powerful Women Summit in Laguna Niguel, Calif., Coulter will be back—and soon.
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“She did a bit for our show after she called in sick," said Handler. "The day after the election, we’re airing it."
Though it's virtually impossible to gauge ratings numbers for Netflix shows, the spot is likely to garner some love from Handler's fans. (Handler said she finds the lack of ratings on the streaming service liberating.) And as for someone who will never appear on Chelsea? Donald Trump, said Handler.
In a series of rapid-fire responses, the comedian answered other questions: Her favorite comedian? Chris Rock. Dream guest? President Barack Obama. As for her best career decision, she answered that one in a single word: "Netflix."
To watch the whole Handler Q&A, see the video above.