It’s difficult to sum up all the wonderful things about Amy Poehler in one sentence — at least one that doesn’t have multiple declarations of “OMG” or pauses halfway through to reflect on her awesomeness, of which she has a lot.
If you haven’t seen Comedy Central’s sleeper hit Broad City then stop what you’re doing and watch it right now. With the season finale airing tonight, you only have a few hours left to catch up on what is being dubbed as a millennial hit. In the clip above, Amy Poehler explains why the show resonates with people in their 20s. Of course, it goes beyond the love of the Parks and Recreation star who is one of the show’s producers. In fact, Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson have done a brilliant job of capturing the voice of their generation in 10 half-hour episodes.
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The 2014 Golden Globe Awards are all wrapped up, and we’re about ready to grab our own cocktails after spending the evening watching actors drink. But first, we decided we should probably help those of you who’ve been boozing it up all night remember what was ACTUALLY funny (not just beer goggles funny) about everyone’s favorite drunk awards show. Whether it was laughs scripted for hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, spontaneous live-show errors (sorry, Wolf of Wall Street girl we don’t know) or awesome victory speeches (Matthew McConaughey ftw), the Globes lived up to their reputation. Here we count down the 10 most hilarious moments. (Also, here are the best GIFs of the Golden Globes.)
Ask any celebrity and they’ll tell you that there’s just as much stress involved in walking a red carpet at an awards show like the 2014 Golden Globes as there is sitting in your seat wondering if you’ve won or lost. In order to deflect some of the stress and anxiety, many celebs choose to partner up and tackle the carpet with a friend, a family member, a spouse, or even a potential lover. Sometimes, this arm candy means that the celebs are more relaxed when they’re speaking to Ryan Seacrest, and other times, you can see the couple barely being able to fight off the urge to make a beeline straight for a bathroom stall for some pre-show nookie.
Goddesses Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are hosting the 2014 Golden Globe Awards, which means for the second year in a row, Hollywood’s annual fête will be a lot less dependent on alcohol for its laughs. (We still encourage you to drink — responsibly! — if you want to, but it’s refreshing to know you don’t have to get housed just to find things chuckle-worthy.) Coming up with appropriately witty banter and executing timely sketches to a Tinsletown crowd looking for gold has become their thing following last year’s success. And their ability to laugh at not only those in the audience, but themselves, is what we love most.
These two have been tight since meeting at Chicago’s Second City, and staples in our pop culture purview for nearly the last 15 years. They’re so much more than Weekend Update co-anchors on Saturday Night Live or embarrassing adults to the world of North Shore’s elite in Mean Girls. With their list of collaborations growing longer by the second, the time has come to take a trip through the most adorable and hilarious moments from their very public friendship.
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