You can tell how smart people are by what they laugh at.
Based on the Jonathan Tropper novel, story follows a dysfunctional and idiosyncratic family in which the father’s death forces four grown siblings to spend a week together in the house where they grew up for the first time in a decade. Paula Weinstein and Jeff Levine also produce via their Spring Creek banner.
She is amazing :)
Meryl Streep is not here tonight. She has the flu. And i hear, she is amazing in it.
It’s back, it’s back, it’s back
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I know for sure that you can tell how smart people are by what they laugh at.
I always want to try to organize the ladies in my category to do stuff, but I never want to push it, because I tend to be a little pushy,” Poehler explained to TVLine after the ceremony. “And then weirdly a couple of days ago at a dinner with some friends who are also friends of Martha Plimpton, we started talking about how cool the ladies in our category are and how ‘Who cares who wins?’ And then Martha said, ‘I’m down with whatever.’” So we started brainstorming and came up with the Miss America idea. And then we found out Rob Lowe was presenting our category – jackpot! I feel like I’m in a Miss America pageant when I’m with him. And then we just contacted all the ladies and immediately everyone was on board. All the emails I got were like, ‘I’ll do whatever you want. I don’t care.’ What a good group of broads.
TINA: […] The Emmys for me this year was the night of the drunk moms. Because I got a little liquored up. — It was me, Amy Poehler, who had a baby three weeks before and was like “I’m out! Mommy’s out tonight!” and, my friend Jenn Rogers. And I went to 3 parties. That is 3 more parties that I’ve gone to in my whole life.
JIMMY: That’s true, you never partied that much.
TINA: Word of advice if you go to an Emmys party: don’t try to keep up with Jon Hamm. Don’t try to keep up drinking-wise with Don Draper. Because I went to the Mad Men party and had one glass of wine like a nice lady. Classy. And then I went to your party, which was super fun. And by that time I had put sneakers on under my dress, I was all business, and then I go; yeah, can I get a glass of wine at this party. And someone handed me like, a water tumbler full of white wine.
JIMMY: A small fish bowl of white wine.
TINA: Yeah, a goldfish bowl of white wine. Next thing I know I was dancing on the banquettes. And Poehler is like working her like temporary rack that she’s got. - I might get in trouble - And there were all these pictures, the next day, on the internet. I don’t remember anyone with a camera. Once again, I try to keep up with Hamm, it’s not a good idea.
Tina Fey is mom to a brand-new baby girl. The “30 Rock” star and her husband, Jeffrey Richmond, welcomed daughter Penelope Athena on Wednesday, reports People.
Fey, 41, revealed in April just how tricky it was to plan for a second baby (the couple has a daughter named Alice, 5) around her busy life as a TV multi-hyphenate and author.
“I thought ‘30 Rock’ would be canceled by now and I would have time to do this,” she confessed on the “Oprah” show, adding, “My husband and I really decided that we felt rather than risk having ‘30 Rock’ end in several years and feeling like part of our family is missing that we were going to prioritize our family.”
The world got an early introduction to baby Penny on “Saturday Night Live” in May when Fey and pregnant friend Maya Rudolph (baby Jack was born July 3) sang “Natalie Cole-style” with their unborn babies. Of course, it was all thanks to the “help of science and a sonogram machine stolen from the storage unit of Mr. Tom Cruise.”
The Mother’s Day tune, which turned out to be mostly about doin’ it, included a little piece of motherly advice from Fey: “Don’t make the mistakes that I made, specifically getting drunk on rose wine and having unprotected sex on a roller coaster at Epcot Japan.”
I got all my amazing dancing skills from Tina Fey.
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