Sunday, June 17, 2007

Fey as Girlfriend / Amy & Tina Missed

Must Stay Awake/Must Warn Others (maybe "I See Robots") named Tina Fey its "Girlfriend of the Week" a little while back.

We can argue over just how auspicious that title really is, but we can't disagree with the analysis that led to Fey's victory.

Here's an excerpt:

"I used to love her on the Weekend Update. Amy Pohler and her were a hall of fame combo and before that her and Jimmy Kimmel were pretty funny as well. She was the head writer of the show. Imagine that. She's a girl and was in charge of all these totally goofy boy comics. That must have been rough. Tina must be able to bust balls."


The reason I mention the post in question is not just to give a blogospheric thumbs-up to MSA/MWO (although I suppose that's happening, too).

It's mainly because last night I was thinking about just how nifty the Poehler/Fey one-two Weekend Update punch really was. Those two were awesome doing the faux news and I miss them.

So, Tina Fey... Girlfriend of the Week for some other dude and missed by this one, particularly during Update segments.

No new scar reports at the moment. I might be close to breaking the case, however. Stay tuned....

I heard she got bit by a dog. It's I See Robots BTW.
Ben Lid
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