Within Hollywood's comedy circuit, Whitney Cummings is a force to be reckoned with, even though she's about as funny as Rob Schneider (and, fortunately, much better looking).

There's her terribly unfunny NBC sitcom Whitney, in which she stars, produces, and basically handles everything. On CBS, she's the co-creator of 2 Broke Girls, one of the year's worst TV shows and challenges our deep love for Kat Dennings. And finally, the former stand-up comic hosts Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings, her very own Chelsea Lately-esque show where she offers snarky commentary about pop culture and makes us yearn for Sarah Silverman.

Like it or not, Cummings is rapidly ascending up Hollywood's proverbial ladder. Before you know it, she could have the same amount of industry clout as our girl Tina Fey—hell, she may already yield more power than Fey. Soon, Cummings will headline motion pictures, flood bookstores with laborious memoirs, host a major awards ceremony, and supply pop culture catchphrases. That's one soundboard we hope never has to happen.