On the July 16 episode of The $100,000 Pyramid, after comedic actors Ken Jeong and Dave Foley both from Dr. Ken compete against each other, real life TV doctor Dr. Oz plays against an actress who goes by one name, Retta.
Retta, who was born Marietta Sangai Sirleaf, is known for her stand-up comedy and for her acting roles on Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (the no-nonsense Barbara), Parks and Recreation (Donna Meagle), and in a variety of films including Sex Ed (Sydney) and Slackers (Bruna, the office manager), among others. Retta will appear next in the forthcoming NBC crime comedy Good Girls with Mae Whitman and Christina Hendricks. It’s about three suburban moms who have a hard time paying the bills so they rob a supermarket. The $100,000 Pyramid airs Sundays at 10pm on ABC, after Steve Harvey’s Funderdome.
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