Plus Amy Poehler's had enough feminism questions & Gwyneth Paltrow gloats.
The real fun is simply watching the author laugh.
It's so good to see Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler together again! They were such great team on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update! But Amy's best story is about the time she had to ditch Seth! [ Related: Amy Talks What It Was Like Doing Pretty Much Every Drug! ] Something insane happened to Amy right before she [...]
Find out how well Martin knows his own characters
Saturday Night Live alum Amy Poehler has enlisted several celebrity friends to serve as narrators for the audiobook edition of her memoir, Yes Please. The participating readers include Sir Patrick Stewart, Carol Burnett, Seth Meyers, Mike Schur, Kathleen Turner, and Poehler’s parents. Show More Summary
Courtesy THR It was test time last night on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" as Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers paired up like old times and challenged "Game of Thrones" author, George R.R. Martin, to see how well he knew his own books. The comedians rattled off popular lines from characters and he had to guess who said them. Show More Summary
Meet the "Unbelievably Sweet Alpacas!"
Martin chortles with delight at Poehler's impressions
George R.R. Martin, your personal word-bitch, went on TV and had fun again instead of sitting at home and stoically finishing The Winds of Winter while he grows older without ever enjoying his fame. You are so mad. Read more...
Not only did Seth Meyers have his old SNL friend Amy Poehler on his show last night, promoting her new memoir Yes Please, but he also welcomed George R.R. Martin, the author who brought the world Game of Thrones.
Big Shiny Robot and Fresh Air interviewed Amy Poehler about her new memoir Yes, Please. R.E.M frontman Michael Stipe discussed coming out at the Guardian. Tin House interviewed author Rene Steinke. Paste recommended music videos for Halloween. Blake Butler recommended...
Sometimes late-night TV is like the dinner party of your dreams. Here, just imagine Seth Meyers invited you over on Saturday night, and you show up, and Amy Poehler and George R.R. Martin are there. And after the meal, do you play Charades? Nope! Instead, everyone quizzes Martin about Game of... More »
Amy Poehler has been making the press rounds recently, promoting her new book "Yes Please," and Tuesday (Oct. 28) the stop was at her pal Seth Meyers' studio. These two are always hilarious when she stops by "Late Night" and this week was no exception. Show More Summary
Categories: Quickies The UNC fake class investigation and the ‘myth’ of the student-athlete – The numbers alone are surprising. At the University of North Carolina, more than 3,100 students, many of whom were... (Read more...)
Actress, comedian, feminist, general badass and now published author Amy Poehler spoke at AOL BUILD on Tuesday about her new book, Yes Please. In addition to revealing that, in spite of her several impressive accolades, she considers...Show More Summary
Inequality is complicated, but not so much that a My Little Pony parody can't tell you about it. Indeed, this Adam McKay-directed short, featuring the voices of Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Sarah Silverman, Billy Eichner, and Andy Richter, actually does a pretty good job going over inequality's greatest hits. Technology and globalization boosting corporate profits by […]
Finally, Amy Poehler followed in the grand tradition of network-TV comedy actresses and wrote a memoir. “Yes Please,” released on Tuesday, followed such gems as Mindy Kaling’s “Is Everybody Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)” in 2012, and Tina Fey’s “Bossypants” in 2013. One very timely subject addressed in all three books: stress. There’s […]
Think of Poehler as the ‘anti-Sheryl Sandberg’—a high-profile female whose witty, breezy new memoir argues that obsessing over your career may not be the path to happiness.
It's no surprise that we loooooove ourselves some Amy Poehler. She's smart, she's hilarious, she's gorgeous, and she's pretty kick-ass! Well, the Parks & Recreation star has opened up about her divorce and her love life, and she admitted that she went on an unexpected date with a certain someone… John Stamos! Turns out, when Amy went back into [...]