The great thing about taking big chances when you’re younger is you have less to lose, and you don’t know as much. So you take big swings. — And more annotated wisdom from Amy Poehler. Read more...
On Saturday’s Weekend Update segment of Saturday Night Live, Seth Meyers and former anchor Amy Poehler touched on the IRS scandal but spared the government agency any scathing critiques. Instead, the duo used softball critiques of the...Show More Summary
On last night's season finale of "SNL," Seth Meyers was joined by his former "Weekend Update" co-host Amy Poehler to ask the question on all...
by Bill Pearis Fred Armisen & friends / Stefon & Seth / Kanye & Ben on SNL Even without Kanye's musical appearance, last night's Ben Afleck hosted Saturday Night Live season finale was especially eventful (and teary) as it was...
Amy Poehler keeps it classy chic while attending Finding Excellence In Media at Paley Center For Media on Thursday (May 16) in New York City. The 41-year-old actress was seen posing with Horace Newcomb, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Pat Mitchell, and David Simon. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Amy Poehler Earlier in the week, Amy [...]
In addition to the all-too-brief return of Amy Poehler at the news desk, we were delightfully surprised to see Bacon Bacon on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update. [ more › ]
What do you get when you combine a wedding, Anderson Cooper, DJ Baby Bok Choy, Amy Poehler and "Dean Cain's List of Homeboys You Don't Mess With?" You get SNL's fond farewell to Bill Hader and Stefon.
Saturday Night Live went there last night. Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler mocked the Obama administration’s latest scandal last night– The best line was this: “And, really Obama you found out about this scandal from TV? You found out from … Continue reading ?
Amy Poehler returned to "Saturday Night Live" to mock the IRS scandal. The show also featured host Ben Affleck and musical guest Kanye West. Watch the clips.
For Seth Meyers' final night anchoring the "Weekend Update" desk for SNL, his former castmate and co-anchor Amy Poehler returned to deliver their faux-incredulous "Really?!" newsreading segment.
Is there anything better than Amy Poehler? The "Weekend Update" sketch on the "Saturday Night Live" season finale indicates that the answer is no. She was kind of amazing.
We KNEW we we felt like staying especially classy, today! And now, we know WHY! After all sorts of fun this week watching the likes of Kanye West, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Kirsten Dunst filming their cameo appearances in the long-awaited Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, they all PALE in comparison to the GLORY that is [...]
"The Greatest Event in Television History" will return for a second installment on June 6, and a new photo of stars Adam Scott and Amy Poehler indicates the next homage will be "Hart to Hart."
With her web series "Ask Amy," Amy Poehler has proven she's an expert at giving advice, but can she predict the future? Well, she dropped by The Chris Gethard Show to do just that. With a magic eight ball on her head, she predicts one caller will never meet Barbra ... More »
It’s that time of year again! As various commencement speeches circulate online from graduation ceremonies, one speech in particular resonates with us from two years ago. Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler dished some advice to Harvard students: “All I can tell you today is what I have learned. Show More Summary
Get ready to relive a significant—yet excruciatingly boring—chapter of your life: graduation. Get your caps and gowns on, seniors.
Amy Poehler has a pretty solid resume as both a comedian and a person. After spending time studying at Second City and iO in Chicago, Poehler moved to New York with friends Matt Besser, Matt Walsh, and Ian Roberts to found the Upright...Show More Summary
Amy Poehler was a picture of perfection in her white and blue lace dress at the NBC Upfront Presentation this week. Paired with a bouncy curled bob, bold cobalt pumps, and a slightly mischievous smile, this look is just so Amy. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
Adam Scott continues to display connoisseur taste for the long-lost art of television opening credits sequences, which have shrunk from one-minute-plus opuses of introductory cheese to mostly a single note and a title card—Parks And Recreation remains one delightful exception. Show More Summary
Seth Meyers may have just been named the new host of Late Night, but he's already got his pick for the first guest on his couch. "Amy Poehler," Meyers told TVGuide.com at the NBC upfront red carpet Monday. "If that can't happen thenShow More Summary