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  1. Things We Saw Today: Benedict Cumberbatch Selling Cars to China

    Because he could do this all day.

    In this clearly Sherlock-inspired car commercial, Benedict Cumberbatch follows the clues to the orange car-owning woman of his dreams. (via The Daily Dot)

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  2. Amy Poehler Shines in New Inside Out Clip; Pixar Announces Cannes Screening

    A Major Emotion Picture

    This might be my favorite Inside Out clip yet, if only because it shows the range of emotions that all people experience, rather than continuing to look at stereotypically gendered feelings (Dads don't always default to anger, and Moms aren't always the better communicators). Also, Amy Poehler. Lots and lots of Amy Poehler.

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  3. On The Importance Of Leslie Knope, Friendship, and Feminism

    And waffles. Don't forget waffles.

    There are some things that I will defend with my life about Parks and Recreation: that Donna Meagle is an inspiration for all women; that the Leslie/Ann friendship is unsinkable and beautiful like a butterfly; that April Ludgate was the best thing that could have possibly happened to Andy Dwyer. Parks and Rec ended less than a week ago and I can safely say it was one of the best series finales in television history.

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  4. Here’s 20-Year-Old Amy Poehler Hacking, Rapping and Being Super ’90s in a Previously Unreleased TV Pilot

    She's a beautiful, naïve, sophisticated newborn baby.

    Galentine's Day foreshadowing: she quotes Queen Latifah's "Ladies First."

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  5. Watch the Parks and Rec Cast Sing One Last Farewell to L’il Sebastian, Make Out With Each Other

    Don't tell Gayle.

    As part of their post-show mission to reduce me into a human snot factory, the Parks and Rec cast paid a visit to Late Night yesterday and sang a final goodbye to Li'l Sebastian.

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  6. Indiana’s Real-Life Tourism Department Wrote an Awesome Farewell Letter to Parks and Rec

    They'll miss them in the saddest fashion.

    My beautiful, rule-breaking moths, there is hope post Parks and Rec. The residents of Pawnee, Indiana taught us how to treat ourselves, our friends, and our roombas, but their legacy will also live on at the IRL Indiana Office of Tourism Development, whose employees wrote an adorable open letter to the show earlier this week assigning each character to an Indiana town.

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  7. SNL’s 40th Anniversary Show: Female Comedians, Diversity Jokes, and Lots of Awkwardness

    Or Sunday Night Live, if you want to get pedantic.

    There were cast members reprising classic roles, actor cameos, musical performances and more during the three and a half hour long Saturday Night Live anniversary special last night which opened with Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake. Did it live up to expectations?

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  8. The First Teaser Trailer For Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer Series is Here!

    You taste like a burger.

    My body is ready.

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  9. #AskHerMore: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly of the 2015 Golden Globes

    It was all glitz and glamor at the 2015 Golden Globes... or was it?

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  10. Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd & More To Reunite In Wet Hot American Summer Netflix Series

    How!

    Wet Hot American Summer was both a commercial and a critical flop when it first came out, but it has since been embraced as the gem of an undeniably weird movie that it is. It helps that almost every one of its stars went on to become mega-famous for other things that people loved. Now all those mega-famous people are coming back for a Wet Hot American Summer Netflix series.

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  11. Amy Poehler Named Pudding Queen (Basically) By Hasty Pudding; Awarded With Parade, Pot of Pudding

    Is the award alliteration based?

    On January 29th, Amy Poehler will join the ranks of past pudding prize-winners Meryl Streep, Katharine Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, and Helen Mirren when she leads a parade before being presented with a "Pudding Pot" in Harvard Square by the Hasty Pudding Theatricals, a historic Harvard student society. I don't understand Boston, but I sure like the sound of it.

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  12. Emma Watson, Laverne Cox, & More Top This List Of 2014′s “Top” Celebrity Feminists

    A tiny reordering is maybe in order

    There is hardly a system set up wherein a list of top celebrity feminists in any given year could be definitive. That's truer than ever in 2014.

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  13. The Parks and Recreation Final Season Trailer Is Here From the Fuuuutuuuuure

    From a distant time known as "2017."

    So this means they can keep the show going until 2017, right? Right!?

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  14. Things We Saw Today: Joss Whedon Wants To Make That Frozen/Batman Parody We’ve Been Waiting For

    "My parents are dead!" "LET IT GO."

    Okay, we haven't been waiting for it. But we sure are now.

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  15. Who Else Did the Golden Globes Forget Besides the Obvious Tatiana Maslany?

    COME ON!

    On January 11, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will take another hosting spin on the Golden Globes train but today the actual nominations were announced. We are disappoint.

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  16. New Full-Length Trailer For Inside Out Literally Features All The Feels

    A Major Emotion Picture.

    Inside Out sounds incredibly promising: it's the second Pixar movie with a female protagonist, Amy Poehler is perfectly cast as the embodiment of joy, and, yep, the movie is clearly cribbed a little from the diary I kept in middle school. What do you think, gang? Are you still excited?

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  17. Amy Poehler & Tina Fey’s First Golden Globes Promo Is Here & It Is Teasing Cheese

    They're baaaaack

    It's that time of year again: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are gearing up to make your winter. Today that's manifested in the first promo for their third and [INSERT WRACKING SOBS] final Golden Globes hosting gig. On the topic of that third engagement, I would be more interested in hearing more about Fey's cheese romper. You know, for science purposes. And for eating purposes. May this be the greate

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  18. Things We Saw Today: Christmas, Uh, Finds a Way

    Fa la la la "heh heh heh heh / hrr rr / heh heh heh heh huh."

    Oh tannenblum, o tannenblum.

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  19. Amy Poehler Quizzes George R.R. Martin On Quotes From His Own Books, Kind Of

    "No, that wasn't Hodor. That was Bran trying to get Hodor's attention."

    No one will ever top Amy Poehler's for "best maniacal giggle of all time," in my humble opinion, but surprisingly George R.R. Martin gives her a run for her money in this segment on last night's Late Night with Seth Meyers. Also? Poehler's Dothraki is... well, actually, it's terrible. But in a good way, at least!

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  20. New Teaser for Inside Out Knows How Much You’ve Cried at Pixar Movies

    Deep breaths. We'll get through this.

    Inside Out is Pixar's first new franchise since Brave, and it's second film to feature a female protagonist, whether you consider the central character to be Amy Poehler's Joy or Riley, a young girl whose family has just moved cross-country and whose brain is inhabited by a number of contrary emotions indeed.

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