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I Can’t Stop Watching this Tina Fey, Aidy Bryant, & Kate McKinnon HAIM Parody (ft. Nicki Minaj)

Tina Fey, Aidy Bryant, Kate McKinnon sing the "Friendship Song" a pitch-perfect HAIM parody in this cut-for-time SNL song.

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New Trailer for Final Season of the Titus Show … I Mean Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Unbreakable she's alive damn it

Season 4 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt streams May 30th on Netflix.

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Tina Fey on How Diversity Only Makes Comedy Better & What She Got Wrong in That SNL “Sheet Cake” Bit

Still made no mention of that weird Sally Hemings/Thomas Jefferson joke, but it's a start.

On the latest episode of David Letterman's fantastic interview series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, Dave sat down with Tina Fey. They discussed a lot of things, from her kids and her parents to her time doing improv in Chicago. But a large portion of the show is dedicated to how Fey has seen the comedy landscape change in its inclusion of women.

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As a New Musical, Mean Girls Is More Relevant Than Ever, for Reasons Beyond What Tina Fey Says

Mean Girls has been adapted into a musical with a book by the film's screenwriter, Tina Fey, and composed by her husband, Jeff Richmond. The reviews seem to be predominantly positive, and at the Broadway opening last night, Fey talked about Mean Girls' continued relevance fourteen years after-the-fact. What I found interesting was that the way Fey sees that relevance and the way I see it are a bit different.

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If The Golden Globes Need a Feminist Host, They Should Pick Samantha Bee

If Golden Globes want to make a stand about supporting women and providing a feminist voice for them, they should pick Samantha Bee.

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Tina Fey Has Some Great Advice for People Who Don’t Actually Want to Do Anything About White Supremacy

Let them eat sheet cake.

Sure, it's "just a joke," and Fey is a comedian, not an activist. But that justification just feels lazy when the comedian in question is talking about violent racists on an ostensibly political show. And most definitely not when that comedian is someone a lot of women look up to–specifically a lot of white women, who, as a group, have consistently and historically been given endless permission for complacency.

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Tina Fey Channels Princess Leia on SNL

With Felicity Jones hosting, you knew they would bring the Star Wars

During Felicity Jones' opening monologue on Saturday Night Live, Tina Fey stopped by as a Leia-inspired hologram to offer some advice.

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Amy Poehler, Jessica Jones Grab First Emmy Awards

Other winners included Mr. Robot and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.

There were several first-time winners on the first night of the 68th Primetime Creative Arts Emmys, which began Saturday night but will continue with the second half of awards tonight.

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt S2: Tina Fey and Robert Carlock’s Hate Letter to the Internet

When Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt first premiered on Netflix last year, it was a revelation. Not only was is a female-led, predominantly female comedy co-created by one of the smartest women in comedy, but the protagonist is someone who's managed to survive a trauma while keeping her kindness and hopefulness in tact. Theeeeeen....there was the stuff about Native Americans.

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 2 Trailer Is Here, Dammit

After that teaser we got last month, the full trailer for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 2, which arrives on Netflix April 15th, is here.

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Interview: Journalist Kim Barker, the Inspiration for Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Imagine having one of the powerful women in Hollywood buy your book—and want to play you in a movie based on your memoir. Journalist Kim Barker just lived through that experience when her book, The Taliban Shuffle, was bought by Tina Fey’s production company and adapted into Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (WTF), starring Tina Fey.

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler: Sisters as More Than Tropes

This movie’s general concept is one big trope turned on its head.

I knew I was going to go see Sisters. I love Amy Poehler and Tina Fey separately, but even more together, united in a bond of everlasting hilarity and power on-screen. Going in, I was expecting kind of a Baby Mama-ish movie—a wild woman, a responsible one, and sort of silly humor. Let’s be real: nobody does silly humor better than Fey and Poehler. What I didn’t expect was a deeper exploration of the typical Hollywood sister act.

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Margot Robbie Accidentally Misspelled a Suicide Squad Tattoo


Margot Robbie went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert with Tina Fey to talk about Whiskey Tango Foxtrot and her adventurous hobbies which includes skydiving, diving with sharks and giving people tattoos with her tattoo gun.

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I Want to Go to There: Trailer for HBO’s Sesame Street Packed With Cute

Check out the fun, quick trailer for the show's new season, featuring some of the guest stars that are slated to appear.

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Tina Fey & Amy Poehler Bring Back Infamous Palin/Clinton Impressions to SNL

What year is it again?

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler returned to Saturday Night Live last night, proving that sometimes the best way to invigorate a show is to take a trip back through space and time to play some of the old sketches that really, really worked. Between Fey and Poehler stepping behind the desk at Weekend Update and Bruce Springsteen serving as musical guest, part of me wasn't completely sure what year we were even in.

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Tina Fey Cops-Out Opts-Out of Dealing with Internet Criticism

Grrrrl, I love you, but we need to have a chat.

Everybody's got social blind spots. People who, on any other occasion seem totally progressive and down with all sorts of social justice will suddenly get weirdly defensive when it's their turn to be called out. Unless you are a poor, disabled, queer, atheist or non-Christian trans woman of color, you enjoy some privilege or other, and it will eventually be your turn to acknowledge a blind spot you might not have realized you had. This time, that person is Tina Fey.

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Give Advice on Love, Dancing, and Not Worrying

"You could not do social media." "Tina no."

Buzzfeed spent some quality time with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as Sisters preps to come out tomorrow to answer questions like "What is one thing women in their twenties shouldn't worry about?," "What's the best piece of advice you've ever received?" and "What's the best move to bust out during a dance battle?"

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Natalie Dormer, David Tennant, Tom Hiddleston and a Crap-Ton of Other Stars Reenact their Fave Star Wars Scenes


In celebration of the Force Awakens' imminent release (deep breaths, Carolyn, deep breaths), MTV has compiled together clips of actors, directors, and screenwriters reenacting some of their favorite Star Wars scenes.

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Kurt Russell and Tina Fey Act Out Classic Scene From Empire Strikes Back

Can you picture this version of Star Wars happening, with Kurt Russell as Han Solo and Tina Fey as Princess Leia?

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Amy Poehler and Tina Fey Perfectly Spoof All the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Hype

Shots of people smiling while looking into monitors on set. Music that sounds like wonder and mystery. Actors describing the impact their work has had on them. These are the ingredients that make up the hype train.

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