Because Jon Hamm and Amy Poehler are human perfection and beacons of charm, of course they'd have the best 2013 Emmys afterparty ever. And because they're cooler than your faves, of course it would be for the losers.
The 2013 Emmy nominations were announced today (July 18), prompting many of the nominees to either jump up and down in excitement, pretend it's just an honor to be nominated, or just stand there in awe that the voters actually nominated some Netflix original programming.
Here are some of their reactions. (Bonus: This isn't the Oscars, so no one had to express faux-excitement and shock that people
This week on 'Ask Amy,' the magnificent Amy Poehler got an adorable question from a young person named Bobby (Bobbi?) about the best way to form one's own opinions, rather than just parroting one's parents.
Specifically, "It doesn't really seem like anyone's doing their own thinking, but everyone thinks they are right. How can we learn what's really going on, how can we learn from each other?
Our imaginary bestie Amy Poehler recently did an interview with the magazine Time Out New York, and it's just the right level of sass and smarts that one would expect from the woman who makes us laugh -- and who should really get more attention for her spot-on insights into female empowerment.
As Leslie Knope on 'Parks and Recreation,' funny lady Amy Poehler has been a beacon for empowering women hilariously for several seasons. The former 'SNL' star and host of her own advice web series, 'Ask Amy,' has taught us a lot over the years about how to be an awesome person.
And now we share these lessons with you -- in GIF format, of course. (It's the best way.)
Production on the sequel the world (or at least a small segment of the population anyway) has been waiting for with bated breath is finally underway.
That's right -- 'Anchorman 2' is busy filming yet another news-anchor-on-news-anchor fight scene with brand new cameos from brilliant comediennes Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, with Sacha Baron Cohen, character actor John C. Reilly and veteran Liam Neeso
This week on Amy Poehler's web series 'Ask Amy,' a young woman emailed about "pointless" videos on the internet and Amy gave a thought-provoking and poignant answer about the way we take in images around us.
They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. And apparently the way to Amy Poehler's heart is through her belly -- but from laughs, not food.
The funny lady is moving on from her estranged husband Will Arnett with another comic. So who's the lucky dude?
None other than Nick Kroll (of the aptly titled 'The Kroll Show' on Comedy Central), who cleans up much better than we expected.
On the latest episode of Amy Poehler's web interview series, 'Smart Girls at the Party,' we saw the comedy queen like never before -- all but squeeing with delight when she sat down with one of her role models, Irma Kalish.
Long before they hosted the Golden Globes together, Tina Fey photobombed her equally hilarious bestie Amy Poehler at the 2011 Emmys, where they were both nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
The dynamic duo were up for the award alongside the other photobombee, Martha Plimpton, and fellow nominees Melissa McCarthy, Edie Falco, and Laura Linney.
You know it’s going to be a good Friday when there’s a new episode of ‘Ask Amy.’ This time, our cuter-than-cute hostess, Amy Poehler, takes us to a very sweet "after school special" kind of place and says some rather poignant things about how to say goodbye to a chapter of your life that’s coming to a close.
AP isn’t saying goodbye to anything herself -- although she may need to say hell
Remember that buzzy interview Taylor Swift did with Vanity Fair? The one where she basically said Amy Poehler and Tina Fey would burn in hell for making fun of her?
Well, Amy got wind of it. And she has something to say.
Taylor Swift covered Vanity Fair's April 2013 issue, and apparently she's mad as hell -- at women she thinks are catty, at Harry Styles, at the media and at anyone else who's ever said anything about her personal life.
Interestingly, though, she won't talk about her romantic failings herself. She'll let another person do it for her.
Recently, one of our favorite women of comedy – goddess of one liners Amy Poehler – kicked major hosting butt with Tina Fey on the Golden Globes. Alas, it was only one night of goodness, but at least we have 'Parks & Recreation' to keep us warm on these long cold winter nights.
The good news is you don't have to turn on the TV to see her on the regular -- you can just check out The Smart Girls