Fans of the Wet Hot American Summer franchise, rejoice! Fans of original content, I’m sorry but there is going to be yet another reboot. Deadline has confirmed that Netflix has ordered eight episodes of Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, and whatever Netflix wants, Netflix gets.
Don’t get me wrong, I am a fan… More »
Listen to female comedians when they choose to speak out, without forcing them to. More »
Sometimes you watch a beautiful piece of comedy and feel like maybe, just maybe everything will be okay. More »
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler returned to SNL last night to return with their legendary roles as former Republican Vice President candidate Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton, and everyone was psyched about it.
It was perfect especially after last week’s throwback with Will Ferrell as George W. Bush.
Fey and Poehler… More »
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are the stars of the new movie “Sisters”, which comes out in time for you to see it with your actual or faux sisters on December 18th. They are also on the cover of Glamour’s “Social” Issue, which is a curious choice for a couple of nice women who have elected… More »
Retribution for Donald Trump, perhaps? More »
Plus, Rob Kardashian is texting with Chris Brown’s ex, Scott Disick is still being a douchelord and the Pirelli calendar gets a feminist makeover. More »
Tuesday night’s series finale of “Parks and Recreation” was the perfect swan song to a wonderful show that always delighted in the simple joys of life, instead of sneering at the world from a perch on high. But the best part of the show was its unabashed commitment to celebrating strong women. Amy Poehler’s Leslie… More »
If you haven’t read Joni Edelman’s essay on why being thin doesn’t cure sadness or manufacture happiness yet, GO DO IT. NOW. NOW NOW NOW. More »
In case you haven’t heard, “Wet Hot American Summer” is making a comeback — in Netflix form! The eight-episode miniseries will tell follow the story of the very first day at Camp Firewood in the summer of ’81. Original stars Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd and Elizabeth Banks will return for the series, and… More »
Even though last night’s Golden Globes telecast was woefully bereft of as much Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as I would have liked (three hours, non-stop, give them all the awards, don’t invite anyone else, etc.), we did get a 20-second look at their new comedy, “Sisters,” and naturally, it is 100x better than any relationship… More »
SLOW CLAP. Just absolutely perfect. … More »
Guys guys guys guys guys, Amy Poehler’s memoir, Yes Please, comes out today! YES PLEASE INDEED. In addition to picking up what is sure to be a hilaaaaarious and insightful read from one of our favorite comediennes, may I also suggest you steal her style by snatching up a cool plaid coat of your own? More »
“Getting a divorce really sucks. Imagine spreading everything you care about on a blanket and then tossing the whole thing up in the air. The process of divorce is about loading that blanket, throwing it up, watching it all spin, and worrying what stuff will break when it lands.”
Amy Poehler’s upcoming memoir, Yes… More »
There’s a lot to look forward to this fall, like crunchy leaves and pumpkin everything and not being so hot you want to die, but there’s one thing that stands out: I’m talking about a book. But not just any book — it’s a book by AMY POEHLER. And it’s her memoir! It’s called Yes Please, and… More »
To congratulate Amy Poehler on her Emmy nomination, Madeleine Albright made out a very special autograph to Leslie Knope, her Albright-worshipping character on “Parks and Recreation.” Amy was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. If only Leslie knew she had so many friends in high places! [Twitter, The Wire] … More »
YES PLEASE. That’s the title of Amy Poehler’s upcoming book — out October 28 — and how I feel about its cover. PRE-ORDERING NOWWWWWW! … More »
Hmm, let’s see. A new movie from “Wet Hot American Summer” director David Wain, written by the hilariously funny Michael Showalter, starring the ever-flawless Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd, that skewers the romantic comedy film genre? I can’t think of a single reason I won’t be seeing “They Came Together” the second it… More »