According to Esquire, women are allowed to be funny, but only if they are also smokin' hot. In a feature in the "Women We Love" issue called, "Women Who Make Us Laugh," Esquire writes, "When they parody the hot girl, these women have a distinct disadvantage: They are the hot girl." What? Does that even make sense? Do parodies of hot girls happen all that often? Most insulting is that from all the hilarious ladies to choose from on 30 Rock, including foxy leads Tina Fey and Jane Krakowski, Esquire profiles 19-year-old Katrina Bowden, who plays dim-bulb receptionist Cerie. Cerie has one line, tops, in most episodes. [Esquire]