Last night’s Golden Globe Awards were, hands down, the funniest the show has ever been. I’m serious. I realize that’s a big statement to make, but Tina Fey and Amy Poehler brought it and, frankly, were even a bit under used. And I never say that about award show hosts. But the show overall was filled with many, many awesome moments, from Adele’s win for best song, to Lena Dunham and “Girls” surprise wins, to Jodie Foster’s incredible kinda sorta coming out speech. Let’s review the best moments, in picture, GIF and video form… Keep reading »
Another election is four years away? Blerg. At least we’ve got plenty of time to convince Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to make the Poehler/Fey ticket actually happen. (Although, would it be great if they launched their campaign while hosting Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards?) Those bitches would get stuff done and wear sweatshirts and sensible shoes while doing it. Just think: instead of war we’d have “page offs” and we’d squeeze our mind grapes to solve real problems in America. Liberty, justice and Cheesy Blasters for all. Vote Poehler/Fey, 2016! [$20, Busted Tees]
Awards shows are a dime a dozen, but we like the Golden Globes because all the nominees are drinking and eating while the show goes on, and are generally sloshed by the time they get on stage. That, plus Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are hosting this year’s awards, which means it’s going to be extra funny. Tina and Amy know how pat and stale these things can be, and they’ve created their own drinking game. We are a tad partial to ours, only because it’s a bit more specific — more like a scavenger hunt than a drinking game. Or like a scavenger hunt with your TV. And booze. (The Golden Globes air Sunday January 13 at 8ET/5PT on NBC. )
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler + Ballgowns and Chuck Taylors = Perfection.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey still haven’t gotten back to us about our suggestion that they co-host our bad dates and therapy sessions. They were probably just busy filming this promo for the 2013 Golden Globes, which they are co-hosting on Sunday, January 13. And here are the 2013 Golden Globe nominations in case you want to join the ranks of people on the Internet who are very angry about who got snubbed this year. [No "Game of Thrones" or "The Walking Dead"?! And who the hell even saw "Salmon Fishing in Yemen"?! I mean come on. -- Editor]
Far be it from me to ever speak ill of Tina Fey. Or Paul Rudd. And definitely not Tina Fey and Paul Rudd (and Wallace Shawn!). But I just have to be honest: the plot of “Admission” looks really stupid. Fey plays an admissions counselor at Princeton and Rudd plays a sensitive single dad who runs a high school for troubled kids … and they fall in love … but Rudd just so happens to have a student he thinks is a child Fey gave up for adoption many years ago. Huh? This sounds as convoluted as an episode of “Gossip Girl.” But whatever. I will see it. Tina Fey and Paul Rudd!
No wonder Liz Lemon is getting hitched! I mean, wouldn’t you want to put a ring on it? Real talk: Tina has never looked better.
Tina Fey was a keynote speaker at the inaugural gala for the Center for Reproductive Rights, where she took on the squicky, cringe-worthy topic of “legitimate” rape. Because Tina Fey is hilarious and smart and amazing, she has the perfect analogy for Todd Akin’s rape-y words. [YouTube]
Come on, who among us hasn’t at one point or other uttered the words, “I really wish I could be best friends with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler”? They’re obviously so funny and smart and cool! During Sunday night’s “Night of Too Many Stars” telethon for autism research (hosted by other BFF candidate Jon Stewart), two lucky women bid on and won the opportunity to be best friends with Fey and Poehler for the night. Grace Ann and Karen paid $30,000 to hang out with the celebs all night, taking a bunch of funny photos (another guy paid even more than that to pee next to Seth Rogan in the men’s room — whhhhhaaat!?). Anyways, it looks like Poehler and Fey really lived up to the womens’ expectations.