Posts Tagged "Tina Fey"


In light of yesterday’s announcement that David Letterman will be retiring, we thought we’d share this great tribute by Tina Fey, at the Kennedy Center Honors in 2012.

And don’t forget this memorable tribute by Jimmy Kimmel from that same night.

(Kimmel actually talks about that tribute in his Fresh Air interview)

Also, Terry spoke to David Letterman in 1981 back when Fresh Air was a local show and Letterman was just getting started:

"If you do one show a year or one show every three months or one show every four months, you have an awful lot of time to realize what a failure you’ve been.  But we do kind of a baseball season: We do a show one night and we hope it’s wonderful, and if not that, we hope it’s good and we hope it isn’t bad. But even if it’s a great show or even if it’s not such a good show, we do another show the next night and we have no time, except in self analysis, to decide why it wasn’t good or even why it was very good."

My nieces, Ava and Ria, the future Amy Poehler and Tina Fey.


Today’s the big day! Don’t miss the “Golden Globes Arrivals Special” TONIGHT at 7ET/4PT!

Jersey Floor Episode 2 with Special Guests Tina Fey and Amy Poehler!

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon


Tina Fey will accept the Mark Twain Prize for American humor at the Kennedy Center tonight. mosaic portrait by Jason Mecier from the Washington Post

Tina Fey Resurrects Her Sarah Palin Impersonation on the Late Show 



Tina Fey Explains How She Got So Drunk at the Emmy’s: By Trying to Keep Up with Jon Hamm

[Tina Fey remains awesome via Gawker.TV]

Watch Tina Fey’s Cringeworthy First Commercial from 1995 

This commercial is a far cry from the “Nerd Goddess” Tina Fey we all know now. - Gawker.TV

"Sarah Palin Network"

SNL Tina Fey

"Apparently, they cut my hair by folding my head in half and trying to cut out a heart." - Tina Fey

"Apparently, they cut my hair by folding my head in half and trying to cut out a heart." - Tina Fey



Everyone’s been talking about Tina Fey’s impression of Tracy Morgan from her Letterman appearance last night.  I think the stuff at the beginning of the interview about her daughter is way funnier.  I love Tina Fey.