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Since leaving Saturday Night Live after the 2005-2006 season, Tina Fey has done nothing of note. The end. Actually, that’s not totally true: she returned to host the show in 2008, 2010, and 2011. This weekend, she’ll get that...
Since leaving Saturday Night Live after the 2005-2006 season, Tina Fey has done nothing of note. The end. Actually, that’s not totally true: she returned to host the show in 2008, 2010, and 2011. This weekend, she’ll get that much closer to joining the likes of Candice Bergen and Buck Henry in the illustrious Five-Timers Club, when she and Arcade Fire, as well as a whole bunch of new cast members, kick off SNL for season 39.What should we expect from Mrs. Fey, other than a baffling cold open where Sarah Palin comments on this Ted Cruz fella while wearing a Trayvon Martin hoodie and Paula Deen wig, probably? That’s what I was curious to find out, so I took a look at every SNL episode hosted by a former cast member since 2000-2001 (minus Ben Stiller’s; he was only on the show for four episodes, so he barely counts) to see what old characters and new impressions they dusted off, as well as the special guests that joined them. I stick by my Tedvon Deen idea, though. #kony2012Dana Carvey (October 21, 2000)Old Characters: The Church Lady and Ching ChangeImpressions: George BushSpecial Cameos: Baha Men and Robert DeNiroDan Aykroyd (May 17, 2003)Old Characters: N/AImpressions: Andrew Card and Sam ElliottSpecial Cameos: Jim Belushi, Kip King, and John GoodmanDavid Spade (March 12, 2005)Old Characters: N/AImpressions: Martha Stewart and Owen WilsonSpecial Cameos: Fred WillardWill Ferrell (May 14, 2005)Old Characters: Blue Öyster Cult’s Gene FrenkleImpressions: Alex Trebek and Robert GouletSpecial Cameos: N/AJulia Louis-Dreyfus (May 13, 2006)Old Characters: N/AImpressions: N/ASpecial Cameos: Al Gore, Jason Alexander, and Jerry SeinfeldJulia Louis-Dreyfus (March 17, 2007)Old Characters: N/AImpressions: Robin AntinSpecial Cameos: Chris RockMolly Shannon (May 12, 2007)Old Characters: Mary Katherine Gallagher, Sally O’Malley, and Jeannie DarcyImpressions: Melania KnaussSpecial Cameos: N/ATina Fey (February 23, 2008)Old Characters: N/AImpressions: Daisy De La Hoya and Mary Jo ButtafuocoSpecial Cameos: Amber Lee Ettinger, Mike Huckabee, and Steve MartinTracy Morgan (March 14, 2009)Old Characters: Brian Fellow and Astronaut JonesImpressions: Sherri ShepherdSpecial Cameos: John CenaWill Ferrell (May 16, 2009)Old Characters: N/AImpressions: George W. Bush, Alex Trebek, and Harry CaraySpecial Cameos: Tom Hanks, Anne Hathaway, Artie Lange, Norm MacDonald, Elisabeth Moss, Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, and Maya RudolphTina Fey (April 10, 2010)Old Characters: Bedelia’s MotherImpressions: Sarah Palin and Dina LohanSpecial Cameos: Steve Martin and Mark SanchezAmy Poehler (September 25, 2010)Old Characters: Betty Caruso and AmberImpressions: Kim Jong IlSpecial Cameos: Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake, Rachel Dratch, Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, David Paterson, and Peter Sarsgaard.Dana Carvey (February 5, 2011)Old Characters: Garth Algar and Church LadyImpressions: Mickey Rooney and Regis PhilbinSpecial Cameos: Mike Myers, Jon Lovitz, Justin Bieber, and Jesse Eisenberg.Tina Fey (May 7, 2011)Old Characters: Bedelia’s MotherImpressions: Sarah PalinSpecial Cameos: Maya Rudolph, Darrell Hammond, Michael Bolton, and Robin WrightJimmy Fallon (December 17, 2011)Old Characters: Pat SullivanImpressions: Regis Philbin, Justin Bieber, Russell Brand, and StingSpecial Cameos: Amy Poehler, Rachel Dratch, Chris Kattan, Horatio Sanz, Tracy Morgan, Jude Law, Amy Poehler, and Tina FeyMaya Rudolph (February 18, 2012)Old Characters: Jodi DeitzImpressions: Maya Angelou, Beyonce Knowles, and Michelle ObamaSpecial Cameos: Paul Simon, Amy Poehler, Justin Timberlake, Kate Upton, and Bill O’ReillyWill Ferrell (May 12, 2012)Old Characters: Marty CulpImpressions: George W. BushSpecial Cameos: Will Forte, Ana Gasteyer, Liam Neeson, Justin Bieber, Michael Bolton, Julian Casablancas, Jon Hamm, Natalie Portman, and Justin TimberlakeMartin Short (December 15, 2012)Old Characters: Jackie Rogers Jr.Impressions: Larry DavidSpecial Cameos: Alec Bald
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Here’s the official guide of The Middle season 5 episode 3 “The Potato”, which airs on Wednesday, Oct. 9 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET) on ABC. SUE GETS A JOB AT A LOCAL MALL EATERY IN ORDER TO BUY HERSELF A CAR, FRANKIE AND MIK...
Here’s the official guide of The Middle season 5 episode 3 “The Potato”, which airs on Wednesday, Oct. 9 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET) on ABC. SUE GETS A JOB AT A LOCAL MALL EATERY IN ORDER TO BUY HERSELF A CAR, FRANKIE AND MIKE ARE CALLED INTO BRICK’S PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE AND TOLD THAT HE HASN’T ATTENDED ANY OF HIS CLASSES, AND AXL BECOMES FED UP WITH HIS COLLEGE ROOMMATE AND BEGINS TO SPEND HIS NIGHTS AT HOME – Rachel Dratch Guest Stars as Principal Barker After Frankie and Mike are forced to return the church van when it’s discovered that their car has been repaired, Sue – who has been driving the other car – begins to freak out because she’ll have to start taking the bus again. But when her parents tell her that she could get her own car if she got a job, Sue ends up working as a potato girl at a local mall eatery. Meanwhile, Frankie and Mike are called into Brick’s principal’s (Rachel Dratch) office and are informed that he has not attended any of his classes – and much to the family’s dismay, Axl begins to spend his nights back home when he becomes fed up with having to deal with his horrible college roommate. “The Middle” stars Patricia Heaton as Frankie, Neil Flynn as Mike, Charlie McDermott as Axl, Eden Sher as Sue and Atticus Shaffer as Brick. Guest starring are Rachel Dratch as Principal Barker, Dierk Torsek as Reverend Hayver, Tommy Bechtold as Kenny, Jimmy Bellinger as manager and Jessie Lande as Beth. “The Potato” was written by Tim Hobert and directed by Lee Shallat Chemel. Source: ABC
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SUE GETS A JOB AT A LOCAL MALL EATERY IN ORDER TO BUY HERSELF A CAR, FRANKIE AND MIKE ARE CALLED INTO BRICK'S PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE AND TOLD THAT HE HASN'T ATTENDED ANY OF HIS CLASSES, AND AXL BECOMES FED UP WITH HIS COLLEGE ROOMMATE AND BE...
SUE GETS A JOB AT A LOCAL MALL EATERY IN ORDER TO BUY HERSELF A CAR, FRANKIE AND MIKE ARE CALLED INTO BRICK'S PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE AND TOLD THAT HE HASN'T ATTENDED ANY OF HIS CLASSES, AND AXL BECOMES FED UP WITH HIS COLLEGE ROOMMATE AND BEGINS TO SPEND HIS NIGHTS AT HOME, ON ABC'S "THE MIDDLE"Rachel Dratch Guest Stars as Principal Barker"The Potato" - After Frankie and Mike are forced to return the church van when it's discovered that their car has been repaired, Sue - who has been driving the other car - begins to freak out because she'll have to start taking the bus again. But when her parents tell her that she could get her own car if she got a job, Sue ends up working as a potato girl at a local mall eatery. Meanwhile, Frankie and Mike are called into Brick's principal's (Rachel Dratch) office and are informed that he has not attended any of his classes - and much to the family's dismay, Axl begins to spend his nights back home when he becomes fed up with having to deal with his horrible college roommate, on "The Middle," WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. "The Middle" stars Patricia Heaton as Frankie, Neil Flynn as Mike, Charlie McDermott as Axl, Eden Sher as Sue and Atticus Shaffer as Brick.Guest starring are Rachel Dratch as Principal Barker, Dierk Torsek as Reverend Hayver, Tommy Bechtold as Kenny, Jimmy Bellinger as manager and Jessie Lande as Beth."The Potato" was written by Tim Hobert and directed by Lee Shallat Chemel.
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Every once in a while, a person will win a major award that will reflect not just the talent or act that he or she is nominated for, but possibly an entire body of work, as if to say, “You weren’t really great enough this year to deserve...
Every once in a while, a person will win a major award that will reflect not just the talent or act that he or she is nominated for, but possibly an entire body of work, as if to say, “You weren’t really great enough this year to deserve winning this, but you’ve been so awesome as a whole that you’re getting it anyway.” Some people believed that was the case when Denzel Washington won an Academy Award for Best Actor for Training Day or when Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King won Best Picture. When Eric Crouch won the Heisman Trophy in 2001, people argued that it was for his entire four years of play at Nebraska, and when Jose Duval won the Best Non-Sex Performance for Pillowman at the AVNs in 1989, we all knew it was for the way he worked it. That said, on Sunday, September 22 at 8 PM ET on CBS, the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards will take place, and seven women will have their fingers crossed for the honor of winning Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Among them, Jane Lynch for Glee, Sofia Vergara and Julie Bowen for Modern Family, Merritt Weaver for Nurse Jackie, Mayim Bialik for The Big Bang Theory and Anna Chlumsky for Veep. I have nothing against any of these women, and I enjoy most of their work. However, when the name of the winner is called early in the broadcast on that night, I will be praying to any god that will listen (come on, Cthulhu!) for it to be Jane Krakowski for her role as Jenna Maroney on 30 Rock, which ended its run earlier this year. While I believe that the final season of 30 Rock was by far Krakowski’s finest, despite this being her fourth nomination, I also believe that now is a better time than ever to finally honor one of the best supporting actresses and characters of the last decade. Especially since we almost didn’t even have Jenna Maroney in the first place. I’ve previously slapped one of these galleries together for my favorite 30 Rock character, Dr. Leo Spaceman, but the fact that we haven’t made one before, at least more than one page, to honor Jenna Maroney is criminal on the level of the Emmys snubbing Krakowski. Sit back and reminisce about Jenna with me, you factory reject dildos. (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via here and here) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via) (Via)
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On Monday, it was announced that Tina Fey would kick off the new season of Saturday Night Live. The premiere will mark her fourth time as a host for the show since leaving in 2006. While we are excited that she’ll be back for anoth...
On Monday, it was announced that Tina Fey would kick off the new season of Saturday Night Live. The premiere will mark her fourth time as a host for the show since leaving in 2006. While we are excited that she’ll be back for another go as host, we can’t help but think of several gay comedians and actors who would be great as hosts of the show in the upcoming 39th season. 1. Billy Eichner The man on the street would make a great addition to the cast of SNL if only for one night. He’s already gone toe-to-toe with Will Ferrell and Rachel Dratch, plus he’s dynamite at dealing with awkward moments. One could imagine what he could have done with a Digital Short produced by Andy Samberg. 2. Jesse Tyler Ferguson While often playing the straight man on Modern Family, Ferguson still has the comedic timing to play host to the SNL gang. Taram Killam could reprise his Andy Cohen with Ferguson playing an aging Rupert Grint. (Hey, I’m not a writer, I’m just spit-balling here.) 3. Ross Matthews Okay, Matthews’ style of comedy may not be for everyone. His high shrill of a laugh can be a bit much but it’s also what makes him adorable. He’s like a gay Jimmy Fallon waiting to break during every SNL skit he’s in. And that would be the appeal of his stint as host. 4. Andrew Rannells Now that The New Normal is off the air, Rannells has plenty of free time to kill. The actor could bring a dark, witty sense of humor not usually seen on the show. That, and a necessary Girls parody that rips him and Lena Dunham to shreds. Given his work on Book of Mormon, he’d have no problem with a live audience. 5. RuPaul The queen of drag didn’t get where she is today without a little bit of humor. She’s already made a cameo on the show and SNL has even attempted a Drag Race parody in the past. Why not go full force and have the Ru take those comedic drags on? Bonus: Neil Patrick Harris Sure he’s hosted already, but his gig was damn funny. He’s proven to be a solid act for boosting ratings and laughs on any given program. Also, his Broadway sketch was priceless.
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2013 New Yorker Festival The schedule for the 2013 New Yorker Festival is here and as usual, the lineup is rife with literary luminaries such as Jonathan Franzen, Jonathan Lethem, Michael Chabon, Zadie Smith, Junot Diaz, Colm Tóibín and...
2013 New Yorker Festival The schedule for the 2013 New Yorker Festival is here and as usual, the lineup is rife with literary luminaries such as Jonathan Franzen, Jonathan Lethem, Michael Chabon, Zadie Smith, Junot Diaz, Colm Tóibín and many other NY Festival favorites. IMHO, some of the more interesting shows on the docket this year include: Apollo Robbins talks with Adam Green, Brad Paisley talks with Kelefa Sanneh, Marina Abramovic talks with Judith Thurman, Michael Shannon talks with Burkhard Bilger, First-person Filmmaking with Miranda July, Improv Everywhere with Rachel Dratch, An Evening with Funny or Die hosted by Billy Eichner, High Spirits with Simon Coughlin and Jim McEwan (Master Scotch Distillers), The Fermentation Project with David Chang, and Television and Politics with W. Kamau Bell Armando Iannucci, Michelle King, Robert King and Shonda Rhimes, Christoph Waltz with Susan Orlean, “Buried Alive” with Aziz Ansari, and Foodies Unite in the garden of Roberta’s. A special presale of tickets will be made available to MasterCard cardholders beginning at 11 A.M. on Thursday, September 12th. Additional tickets will be sold from noon to 4 P.M. on Friday, October 4th, at MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre, 333 West 23rd Street, and throughout the weekend at event doors. (PS In year’s past, the presale and general on sale for New Yorker Festival had crashed whatever ticketing site they were using.) Full schedule after the jump. FRIDAY / OCTOBER 4 FICTION NIGHT / ONE-NIGHT STANDS Edwidge Danticat and Nathan Englander Moderated by Sasha Weiss. 7 P.M. The Bell House – 149 7th Street, Brooklyn ($35) Jonathan Lethem and Gary Shteyngart Moderated by Cressida Leyshon. 7 P.M. Florence Gould Hall – 55 East 59th Street ($35) Michael Chabon and Jennifer Egan Moderated by Deborah Treisman. 7 P.M. MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre 1 – 333 West 23rd Street ($35) Zadie Smith and Colm Tóibín Moderated by Rebecca Mead. 10 P.M. Florence Gould Hall – 55 East 59th Street ($35) Junot Díaz and Karen Russell Moderated by Willing Davidson. 10 P.M. MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre 1 – 333 West 23rd Street ($35) Sam Lipsyte and Thomas McGuane Moderated by Deborah Treisman. 10 P.M. MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre 2 – 333 West 23rd Street ($35) SNEAK PREVIEWS “Buried Alive” An advance screening of the new Netflix special by Aziz Ansari, followed by a conversation between Ansari and Andy Borowitz. 10 P.M. Acura at SIR Stage37 – 508 West 37th Street ($40) PANELS First-person Filmmaking Movies as modern art. With Miranda July, Alex Karpovsky, Kenneth Lonergan, and Terence Nance. Moderated by Richard Brody. 7 P.M. MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre 2 – 333 West 23rd Street ($35) CONVERSATIONS WITH MUSIC Michael Shannon talks with Burkhard Bilger Call me crazy. 10 P.M. The Bell House – 149 7th Street, Brooklyn ($40) (With a performance by Corporal.) PERSONAL HISTORIES / A NEW YORKER NIGHT WITH THE MOTH The Moth returns to The New Yorker Festival for our fifth annual evening of stories about life at the magazine. With Jon Lee Anderson, Matthew Diffee, Dana Goodyear, Hisham Matar, and Mary Norris. Hosted by Andy Borowitz. 6 P.M. Acura at SIR Stage37 – 508 West 37th Street ($50) SATURDAY / OCTOBER 5 IN CONVERSATION George Saunders talks with Deborah Treisman Tall tales. 10 A.M. Acura at SIR Stage37 – 508 West 37th Street ($35) Jill Abramson talks with Ken Auletta Fit to print. 10 A.M. Florence Gould Hall – 55 East 59th Street ($35) Bernie Sanders talks with Hendrik Hertzberg The independent. 1 P.M. MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre 2 – 333 West 23rd Street ($35) Marina Abramovic talks with Judith Thurman Staying power. 4 P.M. Florence Gould Hall – 55 East 59th Street ($35) Apollo Robbins talks with Adam Green Sticky fingers. 4 P.M. MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre 1 – 333 West 23rd Street ($35) Tavi Gevinson talks with Lizzie Widdicombe Youthq
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As mentioned, the 2013 New Yorker Festival happens October 4, 5, and 6. They just announced this year's line-up which, as usual, is a mix of interviews, talks, screenings, tours and a few live music performances. On the music tip: Kim...
As mentioned, the 2013 New Yorker Festival happens October 4, 5, and 6. They just announced this year's line-up which, as usual, is a mix of interviews, talks, screenings, tours and a few live music performances. On the music tip: Kim Gordon will talk with Alex Halberstadt and perform with her new band, Body/Head on October 5 at SIR Stage 37; actor and all-around cool guy Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire) will talk with Burkard Bilger and perform with his indie rock band, Corporal at The Bell House on October 4; country music star Brad Paisley will be in conversation with music writer Kelefa Sanneh at Gramercy Theatre on October 5; and Paul Simon talks with Paul Muldoon at the SIR Stage 37 on October 6. Other interesting New Yorker Fest happenings: "Without a Script" with Christopher Guest, Rachel Dratch, Aubrey Plaza, and Horatio Sanz; "An Evening with Funny or Die" with new and favorite clips from the website; an advance screening of Aziz Ansari's new Netfix comedy special, Buried Alive;  and "First-Person Filmmaking" with directors Miranda July, Kenneth Lonergan, Terrence Nance, and Alex Karpovsky. There is, of course, lots more. The full list of events is in this post and head to the New Yorker Fest's website for dates and details. Tickets will go on sale on Friday, September 13 at noon. Full line-up is below... Continue reading "New Yorker Festival announces 2013 line-up (Paul Simon, Kim Gordon, Aziz Ansari, Christopher Guest & lots more)" at brooklynvegan
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Beamed to us from the same alternate universe where Eric Stoltz played Marty McFly in BTTF, comes this original, unaired 30 Rock pilot starring Rachel Dratch in the role of Jenna, before she was replaced by Jane Krakowski. The decision t...
Beamed to us from the same alternate universe where Eric Stoltz played Marty McFly in BTTF, comes this original, unaired 30 Rock pilot starring Rachel Dratch in the role of Jenna, before she was replaced by Jane Krakowski. The decision to recast was made when NBC decided to scale back the in-show sketches and go with a more traditional sitcom actress. But Fey wanted to keep her buddy in the mix so decided to have Dratch play a different character in each episode which is a really fun idea like when Loo-Kee would hide in the background of She-Ra: Princess of Power episodes. Only difference is Loo-Kee didn’t get totally f*cked by the execs at Filmation. The post Watch The Original ’30 Rock’ Pilot Starring Rachel Dratch As Jenna appeared first on Screen Junkies.
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Wanna see something weird? Here’s footage from the original, unaired pilot for 30 Rock, which starred Rachel Dratch in the role of Jenna, before she was replaced by Jane Krakowski. Dratch discussed the situation with New York Magaz...
Wanna see something weird? Here’s footage from the original, unaired pilot for 30 Rock, which starred Rachel Dratch in the role of Jenna, before she was replaced by Jane Krakowski. Dratch discussed the situation with New York Magazine back in 2006. What happened there? I think the big thing was—at least what they told me—that at first they wanted to have more comedy sketches in the show. Then they decided they weren’t going to focus on the sketches, so they needed more of a sitcom actress, as opposed to a character actress. [...] Were you pissed? Well, when Tina told me I was going to play different characters each show, I was actually psyched about it, because it sounded really unique. But then the media kind of ran with this “demotion” thing, so that was kind of a bummer. But whatever, I’m over it. So, yes. This is strange. And it makes me feel super-bad for Rachel Dratch. Especially the part of the video where her character is talking with Liz Lemon and says, “I’m livin’ in New York. I have my own TV show. I mean, dreams do come true, right?!” Ugh. The only thing missing is Dratch looking dead into the camera and someone cueing up the “WAAAHHHHMMM-WAAAAHHHMMMP” horns from the Debbie Downer sketches. (via reddit)
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With two exciting Tina Fey projects in the pipeline, we take a look at some of her sharpest jokes, from 30 Rock to Saturday Night Live and the SAG awardsTina Fey may have left 30 Rock behind, but her presence will continue to be felt in ...
With two exciting Tina Fey projects in the pipeline, we take a look at some of her sharpest jokes, from 30 Rock to Saturday Night Live and the SAG awardsTina Fey may have left 30 Rock behind, but her presence will continue to be felt in the US comedy schedules, with news that she has had two new projects picked up. One, an untitled college-based comedy in which an all-female institution lets in men for the first time, was greenlit by Fox this week with Fey executive-producing (alongside fellow 30 Rock writers/producers Robert Carlock and Matt Hubbard). Meanwhile, a second show will focus on a woman attempting to reconnect with her father, which will see Fey working with NBC again, this time with Colleen McGuinness, another 30 Rock writer. As a reminder of that trademark mix of snark, self-deprecation and pop-culture smarts, here are six of her sharpest quips.1. 'Who hasn't made mistakes? I once French-kissed a dog at a party to try to impress what turned out to be a very tall 12-year-old'As Liz Lemon, Fey often pokes fun at the idea of anybody finding her attractive. Despite a number of male admirers, this is a perfect example of her teaching her 30 Rock boss Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) how to learn from past mistakes.2. 'That word bums me out unless it's between the words meat and pizza'Lemon is also a fan of food. Here she is on her problem with the word "lover" being used to describe a boyfriend or girlfriend. It's up there with "This better be important Jack, I was bidding on a bag of bras on eBay," as the line that captures Liz Lemon perfectly.3. 'Bitches get stuff done!'To many, Fey is best known for her portrayal of Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live. However, it is in her support of Hillary Clinton that she delivered SNL's biggest politic-lols. Here she is on the Weekend Update segment, delivering a hilarious explanation of why the often-rolled-out line that Clinton is "a bitch" is not a bad thing.4. 'I'm not a woman any more, I'm a mom'Fey stars alongside a vintage crop of SNL performers including Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph and Rachel Dratch in this classic SNL sketch, which mocks the fashion choices made by women after childbirth, flipping stereotypes on their head.5. 'I've known you since you were pregnant with Lena Dunham'Fey and Amy Poehler first met in an improv class in Chicago in 1993, and have since gone on to become two of the funniest stars on TV. Addressing their long-term friendship, Fey thanked Poehler in suitably amusing style when accepting the award for outstanding performance by a female actor in a comedy series (for 30 Rock) at the SAG awards earlier this year.6. 'Quentin Tarantino, the star of all my sexual nightmares'Teaming up with Poehler again, Fey won over the audience, weary of Ricky Gervais's ego-pricking jokes, as hosts of this year's Golden Globes. A standout line came at the expense of Django Unchained director Tarantino, to whom Fey referred as "the star of all my sexual nightmares." In fact, their whole opening dialogue was perfect.What have we missed? Share your favourite Fey gags below. Television30 RockComedyComedyUS televisionTina FeyDavid Renshawtheguardian.com © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds
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