Tina being happy because her joke landed.  Jimmy just let’s it sink in for a moment.

Favorite People | Tina Fey

Some people say, “Never let them see you cry.” I say, if you’re so mad you could just cry, then cry. It terrifies everyone.”

Tina Fey as Nadya, in ‘The Muppets Most Wanted’.

Tina Fey as Nadya, in ‘The Muppets Most Wanted’.

Actress Tina Fey attends the premiere of Disney’s ‘Muppets Most Wanted’ at the El Capitan Theatre on March 11, 2014 in Hollywood, California.



"If you’re ever around gay penguins and you see how much they love each other? That’s what we have." - Amy Poehler

Tina Fey for American Express, 2007-2014


Ellie Kemper & Tina Fey on “Tooken” set.

A lot of people really saw themselves in Liz Lemon, and it went in waves with people being happy with what she was modeling, and then unhappy. I always like to let characters be a little ugly and be wrong. I don’t like it when things are too Pollyannaish and prescriptive and “here’s how the world should be.” She was a very three-dimensional character, and I stand by her. I stand by every idiot thing she ever did.
Tina Fey on Liz Lemon (via themaidofdishonor)
I got Tina [Fey]’s email address and typed “Hey, it’s Jason Sudeiks. We’d met a couple of times,” and stuff like that, because of the Second City fraternity, I felt it was okay. I was merely asking, “Do I have to do stand up?” She’s like, “No, don’t feel like you have to have connections, or make it a piece. You could literally say here’s a character that does this, then do it, here’s a character that does this, then do it. Here’s an impression of blank, then do it.” […] So she sends me back that thing, ends it with “Have fun, see you when you get here, rock out with your cock out.”
Jason Sudeikis, on how he prepared for his SNL audition (via knope-)

Tina Fey & Ellie Kemper on set of the new NBC comedy Tooken - March 27, NYC

I don’t need anyone. Because I can do every single thing that a person in a relationship can. Everything. Even zip up my own dress. You know, there are some things that are actually harder to do with two people. Such as monologues.