Appearances

  • Added: Mar 25, 2022   |   Duration: 42:01   |   Views: 31
    Maybe you wish you had a friend like Tina Fey or Amy Poehler. These two funny women have been comedy giants and close friends for decades, through their years together on “Saturday Night Live” to their successes in film and television to their memorable turns as awards show hosts. They can attest to the strength and value of good friends, who fuel our souls and carry us through life’s ups and downs, good times and bad. Author and host Harriette Cole will moderate what promises to be a delightful and illuminating conversation with these besties. With an introduction by AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins.
  • Added: Feb 16, 2022   |   Duration: 1:01   |   Views: 50
    Amy Poehler gives her opinion on the announcement that Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes will be hosting the Oscars. The Parks and Recreation star called the line-up "awesome", and discussed the difficulties of the role.
  • Added: Dec 8, 2021   |   Duration: 1:18   |   Views: 78
    Fred Armisen, Amy Poehler, & Jimmy Fallon on Lorne Michaels
  • Added: Dec 6, 2021   |   Duration: 1:38   |   Views: 57
    The Kennedy Center Honors, which celebrates those in the performing arts for their lifetime contributions to American culture, was attended by the sitting president for the first time in four years after Donald Trump boycotted the big event for his entire term. Among those honored was “Saturday Night Live” executive producer Lorne Michaels, who was paid tribute by former SNL cast members, including Amy Poehler, who took the opportunity to rib her old boss.
  • Added: Aug 20, 2021   |   Duration: 37:01   |   Views: 950
    For this very special edition of Peer 2 Peer, Amy Poehler chats with the rising punk group The Linda Lindas.
  • Added: Mar 6, 2020   |   Duration: 1:20:34   |   Views: 2159
    Amber Tamblyn in conversation with Amy Poehler at Live Talks Los Angeles discussing her book, "Era of Ignition: Coming of Age in a Time of Rage and Revolution." The talk took place on February 7, 2020 at the Writers Guild Theatre in Beverly Hills.