Tina Fey and Amy Poehler did exactly what everyone expected them to when they hosted the latest episode of Saturday Night Live. They did a Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin sketch, they showed up on Weekend Update, and they were funny. It might not have been the funniest episode of the season so far, but this was a nice way for the show to continue its current run of good to very good...
When Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler took a shot at FOX Sports 1 — and by extension, FOX Sports Live — Jay Onrait and Dan O'Toole weren't going to take it lying down. Sitting down, sure, but they hit back. Earlier this week on Meyers' late-night talk show, he reunited with his former "Saturday Night Live" partner Poehler to bring back their "Really?" segment, principally to respond...
On Wednesday, Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler revived their “really?” segment to bash SI writer Andy Benoit for his comments about women’s sports. In the segment, they also took some shots at Fox Sports 1. That didn’t sit too well with Jay Onrait and Dan O’Toole, who “gently” responded with a takedown of Meyers. Amy Poehler & @latenightseth called @FoxSports1 a secondary...
Remember Andy Benoit? Yeah, he’s the SI writer who said on Twitter that women’s sports in general were not worth watching. Well Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler, formerly a tag team on “Saturday Night Live,” brought back their “Really!?!” bit on Meyers’ late-night show, and it was awesome. I lost it when Poehler talked about...Read More
Late-night TV Thursday saw an unusual reunion, and one that provided some much-needed sports commentary. Amy Poehler appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers to bring back the duo’s famed “Really?” segment from Saturday Night Live‘s Weekend Update, focusing on Sports Illustrated and The MMQB writer Andy Benoit’s ill-advised tweet about “women’s sports in general not...
Sports Illustrated writer Andy Benoit made a very dumb blanket statement about women’s sports and was deservedly criticized for it. But Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers’ takedown of him Wednesday was the best of all. Benoit, who writes about the NFL and contributes to The MMQB, tweeted in reference to the Women’s World Cup that “women’s sports in general (aren’t) worth watching...
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler dropped the mic with a flurry of Bill Cosby jokes towards the end of their Golden Globes monologue.
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