Tina Fey

Celebrate 30 Rock's anniversary with the most underrated lines

Ten years ago Tuesday, Tina Fey blessed viewers with her excellent, hilarious, and very quotable sitcom 30 Rock, bringing the endlessly relatable Liz Lemon into our lives. While such staples as “I want to go to there” and “Working on my night cheese” are famous fodder for 30 Rock fans, there are tons of other hysterical quotes that don’t get quite as much play. Check out 35 of these under-appreciated gems below:

1. Liz: “Hey, where are my Sno Balls? I was gonna go to the gym later, so I deserve a treat.”

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Tina Fey mocks Jimmy Fallon for Trump interview during SNL appearance

Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon made their return to Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live this weekend — but this time, as guests: The two former anchors played undecided voters Denise McDonough (Fey) and Doreen Troilo (Fallon), who have plenty of thoughts on the presidential candidates.

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Tina Fey and Whoopi Goldberg headline diverse list of Oscar presenters

The Oscars are exactly one month away, and the Academy unveiled its first round of presenters for the upcoming ceremony.

Benicio Del Toro, Tina Fey, Whoopi Goldberg, Ryan Gosling, Kevin Hart, Lady Gaga, Sam Smith, Charlize Theron, Jacob Tremblay, The Weeknd, and Pharrell Williams have all been named as presenters and performers.

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From Lin-Manuel Miranda to Julianne Moore:
Inside new Difficult People cameos

Billy Epstein and Julie Kessler may not be stars yet, but they can sure attract an impressive array of famous faces. For the second season of their bitingly funny Hulu series Difficult People (premiering Tuesday, July 12), co-stars Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner packed the show with celebrity guests.

“Our characters are obsessed with pop culture, so as best as we can, it’s very important for us to have real celebrities and real TV shows that we’re referencing,” Klausner pointed out to EW.

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Saturday Night Live best host final: Was Fred Armisen good enough to walk away with the prize?

Hosting Saturday Night Live is a little like running for president. I don’t mean the marathon trial that candidates endure, the fundraising, handshake lines, and invasions of privacy. But as cruel as the campaign process is, it serves as an excellent x-ray of a candidate’s character. Sooner or later, whether during a weak moment in Iowa or under the hot lights of a televised debate, the true candidate emerges, for better or worse.

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