Essentially, this teaser is telling us, “Something something Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. You will see this.”
Tina and Amy employed their worst Cosby-impressions to poke fun at his rape allegations. I mean, *I* laughed, but some of the celebs in attendance were clearly not ready for it.
NBC sure seems to be in a hurry to be done with this show.
No, the church will not be haunted. At least, not initially…
Settle down. It’s not about birds. Nice try.
I guess they’re not even going to give Hathaway and Franco a chance.
This is important.
Please inform neighbors and loved ones.
Move the f*ck over, Rik Smits.
"Baby Mama" quotes never get old because comedy queens Tina Fey and Amy Poehler bring us plenty of quote-worthy lines in their hit flick. Here are the top seven lines,…
Rob Lowe, a late addition to the cast of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” has just been informed that the show has been off the air for months. This angers Rob Lowe. And you wouldn’t like Rob Lowe when he’s angry.
Amy Poehler will host the 36th season premiere of "Saturday Night Live" on September 25 with musical guest Katy Perry. That's on a Saturday. Considering that everyone is either leaving (Will Forte) or getting fired (possibly Jenny Slate), the "SNL" alum and star of "Parks and Recreation" might have to calm the nerves of newbie cast members.
Hopefully it won't turn out like last year's season premiere, in which Jenny Slate uttered the word "f*ckin'" on live television. You can't do that kind of stuff, Jenny Slate! Now her head is on Lorne Michaels's chopping block. I don't watch the show anymore, but I've been told by people who do that Slate is groan-worthy. If you're going to shoot off at the mouth like sailor you should at least get people laughing. Off with her head, Lorne! (Deadline)