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Amy Poehler Crack [PATCHED] Up Snl Weekend

In this 2003 SNL sketch written by Tina, we got what might be the best commercial parody the show has ever done. Co-starring Amy, Maya Rudolph and Rachel Dratch, the four had us cracking up, especially when the tagline rolled around: "For this Mother's Day, don't give Mom that bottle of perfume. Give her something that says, 'I'm not a woman anymore...I'm a mom!'"

Amy Poehler Crack Up Snl Weekend

While the bulk of the trailer is just watching this group of friends get drunk on wine and have a rollicking good time singing karaoke and taking molly, there is some conflict. Amy Poehler's character, channeling a bit of her fastidious Parks and Rec persona Leslie Knope, gets upset when her carefully planned-out itinerary for the weekend is not as well received as she had hoped, and the group tries to get her to loosen up and just enjoy the trip.

"How much fun is it working here?" she asked Jost and Michael Che. "Do you guys just sit around cracking each other up all day? I used to watch this when Seth Meyers did it by himself with no one else and he made it look really easy."

With apologies to Lorne, it appears to us that Tina gave Jimmy both sex and class. And Jimmy gave Tina the gift of cracking up at his own jokes. Either way. Chemistry. They had it. And damn it, it worked.

Fey and Poehler faced off on the big screen in the 2008 film "Baby Mama." In it, Fey played a type-A single wanna-be mother and Poehler her irresponsible surrogate. The film topped the box office its opening weekend.

Fey and Poehler hosted the 2013 Golden Globes in a move that had everyone asking, what took them so long? Their opening set the tone for a successful show with its mix of sweetness and sarcasm. Ironically, Poehler cracked a joke about prior host Ricky Gervais having to host the show three years in a row as punishment for his offensive behavior.

Let the laughs ensue! Dynamic duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are reuniting this weekend to host Saturday Night Live. The besties, who star in the upcoming film Sisters, have proven in the past that when they work together, they can produce nothing short of comedic gold. From starring on SNL as featured cast members during the early 2000s, to sharing the screen in films like Mean Girls and Baby Mama, along with hosting the Golden Globes, these ladies always have us ROTFL (Rolling on the floor laughing).

It's hard to forget the laughs they brought in "Mean Girls" and the weekend update desk at "SNL," as well as a slew of other appearances and sketches along the way. Let's revisit a few gems and get pumped for Sunday's festivities, shall we?

Nowhere has the myth about female comedians being an oxy-moronic term been debunked more than Saturday Night Live, which has long offered ladies a chance to crack wise and crack people up. (Granted, women of color haven't always had it quite as easy cast-member-wise, though the show is working on it.) In fact, McCarthy's SNL hosting duties have gone a long way towards establishing her as a comic force to be reckoned with. So in honor of the Bridesmaids star's cover story, we're highlighting 15 other female hosts who've done wonders with the gig. Some are ex-Not Ready for Primetime Players, some are comediennes, and some are pop stars or actresses better known for their dramatic skills. All of them, however, have left audiences laughing themselves silly on a late Saturday night.

Have we been transported to Pawnee? That's what it felt like this past weekend, when Aubrey Plaza hosted Saturday Night Live and she welcomed surprise guest, Amy Poehler, as the two reprised their roles from the hit sitcom Parks and Recreation.

Judging solely by how it looks in the released photos to date, Legend of the Seeker looks quite cheesy. But that's not always a bad thing... the question really is: will it be cheesy good or cheesy bad? Cheesy good sci-fi/fantasy can have dialogue and events so nonsensical that your head swims if you try to think about them, but is also so fun and entertaining that the cheesiness doesn't matter. Cheesy bad fantasy/sci-fi on the other hand is all the nonsense, none of the fun. I'll be tuning in this weekend to see which category Legend of the Seeker falls into.

Brotherhood starts its third season this weekend. It's a great show, and I highly recommend it if you're a fan of the crime drama genre. It's a mesmerizing look at a family with two brothers who aren't entirely what they appear to be to other people. They both live in a morally ambiguous state, and you're never told to root for or against anyone -- all the characters are just presented as is. Everyone has flaws, and even the most deeply flawed characters have redeeming characteristics that make you like them. It's the most complex interpersonal drama on TV, and pretty much no one's watching it. If you get Showtime on Demand through your local cable or satellite provider, now's a perfect time to dive in and check it out.

Citytv Reveals Its Fall Schedule at Rogers TV Sales UpfrontIt Keeps Getting Better...(Toronto June 10, 2009) Citytv revealed its Fall schedule yesterday at the Rogers TV Sales Upfront. The event took place at the Canon Theatre followed by a reception at the Hard Rock Caf. "We've received a lot of positive feedback from our clients already", commented Mitch Dent, Executive Vice President, Sales, Rogers Media Television. "The programming on our schedule this Fall speaks for itself." The hour-and-a-half presentation included an appearance from Jillian Harris, the star of Citytv's highly rated reality series, The Bachelorette and showcased the entire episode of Citytv's most buzzed about new show, Modern Family. NEW PRIME TIME PROGRAMS THIS FALL: ACCIDENTALLY ON PURPOSE (s/CBS) 8:30 PM MondayJenna Elfman (Dharma and Greg) stars in Accidentally on Purpose as Billie, a woman who finds herself "accidentally" pregnant after a one night stand with a much younger guy, and decides to keep the baby... and the guy. A newspaper film critic, Billie is barely surviving a humiliating break up with her jet-setting, charming boss who's still trying to resume their relationship. Suddenly expecting a child with her "boy toy," Zack (Jon Foster, Judging Amy) the pair make an arrangement: to live together platonically. Billie's party girl best friend Olivia (Ashley Jensen, Ugly Betty), and Abby (Lennon Parham, Confessions of a Shopaholic), her conventional, younger married sister, eagerly look forward to the new addition and offer their own brands of advice and encouragement. But when Zack and his freeloading friends turn her place into a frat house, Billie isn't sure if she's living with a boyfriend, a roommate, or if she just has another child to raise.THE BIGGEST LOSER Season 8 (s/NBC) 8 PM TuesdayNot your average make-over show, The Biggest Loser hosted by Alison Sweeney (Days of Our Lives)focuses on exercising the right way, losing weight naturally and promoting positive and healthy living. After years of failed diets and unsuccessful exercising, sixteen overweight people will begin a journey together under the supervision of trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels, in hopes of reaching their goal of weight loss, getting in-shape and being healthy. Through thirteen episodes, this cast of diverse and dynamic individuals will get the chance to compete for a grand prize of $250,000, once-in-a-lifetime experiences and most importantly, their opportunity to be self-confident about their accomplishments and physical appearance.COMMUNITY (s/NBC) 8 PM ThursdayFrom Emmy Award-winning directors Joe and Anthony Russo (Arrested Development) comes Community, a smart comedy series about higher education -- and lower expectations. The student body at Greendale Community College is made up of high-school losers, newly divorced housewives, and old people who want to keep their minds active. Within these not-so-hallowed halls, Community focuses on a band of misfits, at the center of which is a fast-talkin' lawyer whose degree has been revoked (Joel McHale, The Soup), who form a study group and end up learning a lot more about themselves than they do about their course work. In addition to McHale, the series also stars: Gillian Jacobs (The Book of Daniel); Yvette Nicole Brown (Rules of Engagement); Danny Pudi (Greek); Alison Brie (Mad Men); and comedy legend Chevy Chase ("Saturday Night Live"). Community is a Krasnoff Foster Entertainment, Harmonious Claptrap and Russo Brothers production in association with Sony Pictures Television and Universal Media Studios. Russ Krasnoff (The Soloist), Dan Harmon (The Sarah Silverman Program), Joe Russo (Arrested Development), Anthony Russo (Arrested Development) and Gary Foster (The Soloist) serve as executive producers. Joe and Anthony Russo directed the pilot that was written by Dan Harmon.CONVICTION KITCHEN A Citytv Original Production - 10 PM SundayWorld-renowned executive chef, Marc Thuet, and his wife and business partner, Biana Zorich, put their reputations on the line with a high-stakes challenge that will push them and their charges to the limit In Conviction Kitchen, Marc and Biana have just three weeks to train a staff of former bank robbers, thieves and minor offenders, completely outfit a brand new business, and create an Italian menu around fresh and seasonal ingredients... But the real challenge will be making it beyond opening night Because once the eatery opens, the restaurant's motley crew have only three months to turn a profit - or their bosses will pull the plug, and they'll lose their second, and for many - the last chance to turn their lives around. COUGAR TOWN (s/ABC) 9:30 PM WednesdayCo-executive produced by Courteney Cox and Bill Lawrence (Scrubs), Cougar Town is a single-camera comedy that dares to tell the truth about dating after divorce. In a small Florida town, the center of high society is the Cougars high school football team...which is wildly appropriate since this town is the natural habitat for over-tanned, under-dressed divorcees prowling for younger men. Jules (Courteney Cox, Friends) doesn't want to be one of them, but with an ugly divorce behind her and 40 staring right back at her, she's longing for a little more action in her life. The available men her own age, like her silver fox of a neighbor, Grayson Ellis (Josh, Grayson, Private Practice), only seem interested in dating barely legal hotties. Egged on by her very married and very irreverent best friend Elle (Christa Miller, Scrubs) and her determined assistant Laurie (Busy Phillips, ER), Jules reluctantly dips her toe back into the dating pool. To her surprise, she hits it off with a nice young guy named Bobby (Brian Van Holt, John from Cincinnati) emphasis on the young and discovers this gal still has the goods.EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION Season 7 (s/ABC) 8:00 PM SundayPut together one very run-down house, a deserving family, several opinionated designers, seven days and what do you get? The answer is Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Each episode of the award winning unscripted program is a self-contained race against time on a project that would ordinarily take at least four months to achieve, involving one lucky and deserving family along with a team of designers, contractors and several hundred workers who have just seven days to totally rebuild an entire house every single room, plus the exterior and landscaping. The design team includes team leader Ty Pennington, with designers Paul DiMeo, Paige Hemmis, Michael Moloney, Ed Sanders, Tracy Hutson, Eduardo Xol, John Littlefield, Rib Hillis and Didiayer Snyder. FORD MODELS SUPERMODEL OF THE WORLD CANADA A Citytv Original Production 8:00 PM Saturday (Sept. 5 26)Hosted by Dina Pugliese of Breakfast Television Toronto and Laura Lanktree, Editor of, the nationwide search for the next face in fashion will air this September on Citytv. Ford Models Supermodel of the World Canada is a four part series including the exciting live broadcast finale from Citytv's new state-of-the-art production facility in the heart of downtown Toronto. The winner will represent Canada in the global final of FORD Models Supermodel of the World competition.GLENN MARTIN, DDS 8:00 PM Saturday (Starting Oct. 3)Glenn Martin, DDS is the first television series produced by Michael Eisner's Tornante Animation. It is a primetime animated series that follows the adventures of Glenn Martin and his family as they leave suburbia behind and embark on a cross-country adventure in their toothbrush-topped mobile dental RV. Glenn and his family discover that life on the road has more twists and turns than they bargained for. Their endless adventure will take them from Amish country to Sin City, from the back lots of Hollywood studios to the halls of the White house and everywhere in between. Buckle up for this hilarious road trip that the whole family will enjoy.HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Season 5 (s/CBS) 8:00 PM MondayHow I Met Your Mother is a comedy about Ted (Josh Radnor, Judging Amy) and how he fell in love. It all started when Ted's best friend, Marshall (Jason Segel, Forgetting Sarah Marshall), dropped the bombshell that he was going to propose to his long-time girlfriend, and now wife, Lily (Alyson Hannigan, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), a kindergarten teacher. At that moment, Ted realized that he had better get a move on if he too hopes to find true love. Helping him in his quest is Barney (Neil Patrick Harris, Stark Raving Mad), a friend with endless, sometimes outrageous opinions, a penchant for suits and a foolproof way to meet women. When Ted met Robin (Cobie Smulders, The L Word), it was love at first sight, but when things didn't work out, Ted realized destiny must have something else in store. The series is narrated through flashbacks from the future. THE JAY LENO SHOW (s/NBC) 10:00 PM Monday Friday (Starts Sept. 14)The Jay Leno Show will be the first-ever entertainment program to be stripped across primetime on broadcast network television and will showcase many of the features that have made Leno America's late-night leader for more than a dozen years.MODERN FAMILY (s/FOX) 9:00 PM WednesdayThis engaging new comedy offers a 'mockumentary' view into the complicated, messy, loving life of three unique families. Jay Pritchett (Ed O'Neill, John from Cincinnati) met the stunning Columbian Gloria (Sofa Vergara, Dirty Sexy Money) when she bartended in a bikini at the pool party he threw for himself the day his wife left him. Now married, Jay tries hard to keep up with his much younger and hotter wife and her passionate teenage son, Manny (Rico Rodriguez, Navy NCIS: Naval Crime Investigative Service). Claire Delgado (Julie Bowen, Boston Legal) is having a hard time raising her own family. Her husband Phil (Ty Burrell, Back to You) is great, except for the fact that he thinks he's "down" with their teenage kids, much to their embarrassment. Mitchell Dunphy (Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Do Not Disturb) and his enthusiastic partner Cameron (Eric Stonestreet, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation) have just adopted Lily, a precious little baby girl from Vietnam. MY RONA HOME A Citytv Original Production 9:00 PM Sunday (Starting Oct. 4)Hosted by Elissa Lansdell, My RONA Home, follows two families as they compete to design, construct and decorate brand new homes over the course of just ten weeks. With the help of a team of experts and friends, each family must complete one room per episode and the public votes on who did the best job each week. After the intensity and stress of fierce competition and the back breaking labour of building the homes, the family that receives the most votes per episode wins their home, with everything inside.PARENTHOOD (s/NBC) 8:00 PM WednesdayFrom the executive producers of the box-office hit Parenthood -- Ron Howard and Brian Grazer (Oscar winners for A Beautiful Mind), and writer/executive producer Jason Katims (Friday Night Lights) -- this contemporary re-imagining of the blockbuster film depicts the colorful and imperfect Braverman family -- four grown siblings sharing the headaches, heartaches and joy of being parents. The star-studded cast includes Peter Krause, Maura Tierney, Craig T. Nelson, Dax Shepard, Bonnie Bedelia, Monica Potter, Erika Christensen and Sarah Ramos. When Sarah Braverman (Tierney, ER), a financially strapped single mother, returns home to her parents and siblings in Berkeley, Calif. after packing up her Fresno apartment and uprooting her two inconvenienced kids, Amber (Mae Whitman, In Treatment) and Drew (Miles Heizer, ER), she is greeted by her opinionated father, Zeek (Nelson, Family Stone, Coach), and strong mother, Camille (Bedelia, Heart Like a Wheel), who are privately dealing with their own marital issues. As Sarah is reunited with her siblings -- sister, Julia (Christensen, Traffic), and brothers Crosby (Shepard, Baby Mama) and Adam (Krause, Six Feet Under) -- all struggling with issues of their own, it's clear that the Braverman reunion is just what they need to face the everyday challenges of modern family life. Parenthood is a production from Imagine Entertainment and Universal Media Studios. Emmy winner Thomas Schlamme (The West Wing) directs the pilot.SUPERNANNY - Season 6 (s/ABC) 8:00 PM FridaySupernanny Jo Frost can tame the wildest toddler, soothe the savage six-year-old and get the most difficult child to overcome problems with behavior, sleep, mealtime, potty training and other challenges that have vexed parents around the world for centuries. Jo's practical, no-nonsense backed by over 20 years of nannying experience has kept audiences of frustrated parents on the edge of their seats since 2005 as an international phenomenon. TRAUMA (s/NBC) 9:00 PM MondayExecutive producer Peter Berg (Friday Night Lights) delivers Trauma, the first high-octane medical drama series to live exclusively in the field where the real action is. Like an adrenaline shot to the heart, Trauma is an intense, action-packed look at one of the most dangerous medical professions in the world: first responder paramedics. When emergencies occur, the trauma team from San Francisco General is first on the scene, traveling by land, by sea or by air to reach their victims in time. From the heights of the city's Transamerica Pyramid to the depths of the San Francisco Bay, these heroes must face the most extreme conditions to save lives -- and give meaning to their own existence in the process. Starring in Trauma are Derek Luke (Notorious), Cliff Curtis (10,000 B.C), Anastasia Griffith (Damages), Aimee Garcia (George Lopez), Kevin Rankin (Friday Night Lights) and Jamey Sheridan (Law & Order: Criminal Intent). "Trauma" is a production of Universal Media Studios and Film 44. Berg, Sarah Aubrey (Bad Santa, Friday Night Lights), Dario Scardapane and Jeffrey Reiner (Friday Night Lights) serve as executive producers. The pilot was written by Scardapane and directed by Reiner.RETURNING PRIMETIME PROGRAMS THIS FALL:30 ROCK Season 4 (s/NBC) 9:30 PM ThursdayMultiple award-winning comedy series 30 Rock is told through the comedic voice of Emmy and Golden Globe winner Tina Fey (SNL) as variety show producer Liz Lemon and features Emmy and Golden Globe winner Alec Baldwin (The Departed) as top network executive Jack Donaghy and Tracy Morgan (The Tracy Morgan Show) as Tracy Jordan, the unpredictable star of Lemon's hit variety show, "TGS with Tracy Jordan." Lemon constantly has her hands full, juggling corporate interference from Donaghy and off-the-handle star antics from Jordan, all while attempting to salvage her own personal life. LAW AND ORDER: Special Victims Unit 7:00 PM Monday Friday (In Stripped Syndication)This award-winning series chronicles the life and crimes of the Special Victims Unit of the New York Police Department, a h


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