Jessi Klein is a writer and comedian who has frequently appeared on Comedy Central, CNN, VH1, and the Today show. She also likes to think she has value as a human being aside from her numerous credits in the entertainment industry.

When comedian Jessi Klein turned 35, single and with no plans for a baby, her doctor confronted her with an unexpected question about just how far she'd push the boundaries of fertility.

When flight attendant Steven Slater quit his job and rode his airplane’s emergency slide to freedom, he became a hero to disgruntled workers everywhere. Jessi Klein on why Slater is the recession’s Sully. Plus, watch video of 8 crazy on-the-job movie meltdowns.

Jessi Klein writes for Michael Showalter and Michael Ian Black’s new sketch show, Michael and Michael Have Issues—now, she talks to the Michaels about their petty quarrels, Kashi addiction, and delicious sandwiches.

In his painfully honest (and funny) new memoir, British comedian Russell Brand turns a lifetime of drug and sex addiction, and other relentlessly bad behavior into a rollicking good read. By Jessi Klein.

I'm going to list my thoughts about this years Oscars in no particular order, although I'd like to start by saying something about order.

Sexy is subjective. For The Daily Beast's Jessi Klein it means funny, tall, and geeky—anything but People magazine-obvious. VIEW HER GALLERY of ten hotties.

If He’s Just Not That Into You is supposed to make women feel better about dating, why is it filled with so much whining and neuroses?

Is it too late to take back a few envelopes (Angelina)? Or sneak an extra one in (Dev Patel)? Or ask middle-aged Benjamin Button to be my date?