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Saturday, March 12 2016 19:26

Tina Fey & Amy Poehler: Queens of Comedy (+ SISTERS Blu-ray Giveaway)

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler may not be blood-born sisters but they do have an unbreakable bond, and their recent film, SISTERS, shows just that. With the film coming home on Blu-ray and DVD March 15th, Universal Studios Home Entertainment and THE ROCK FATHER Magazine have teamed-up to give readers a shot at winning SISTERS on Blu-ray Combo Pack, all while celebrating these "Queen Bees of Comedy" by taking a quick look back at some of their most iconic collaborations on the big screen, and the small one!

THE ICONIC COLLABORATIONS OF TINA FEY AND AMY POEHLER

Saturday Night Live – 2001-2006

Tina Fey as Sarah Palin with Amy Poehler as Hillary Clinton on SNL

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE saw the beginning of the duo’s success by entertaining millions of viewers with their hilarious and captivating sketches. From being the first two women to host the Weekend Update, to putting their personal stamp on the Political hijinks of both Sarah Palin and current Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, their presence was important, and left audiences wanting more.

Mean Girls – 2004

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in MEAN GIRLS

MEAN GIRLS was Fey’s breakthrough, showing off not only her skill as a screenwriter, but also her acting chops as she took on the role of Ms. Norbury. Fey could not leave Poehler out, writing her in as Regina George’s not-regular-but-cool mom. 

Baby Mama – 2008

Tina Fey & Amy Poehler in BABY MAMA

In 2008, the duo returned to the big screen,  stepping into the spotlight as co-stars of BABY MAMA. Fey starred as Kate “the successful businesswoman," with Poehler as Angie “the trailer trash surrogate.” Playing polar opposites didn’t stop these two in realizing they were more alike than they thought.

Golden Globes – 2013-2015

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler - GOLDEN GLOBES

Fey and Poehler did such a great job hosting THE GOLDEN GLOBES in 2013, The Hollywood Foreign Press invited them back for two more rounds, effectively completing the Fey/Poehler GOLDEN GLOBES Trilogy.

Anchorman 2 “Epic Fight Scene” – 2013

Tina Fey & Amy Poehler

These two couldn’t leave all the fighting to the boys as they made an appearance in one of the most outrageous fight scenes the big screen has seen in ANCHORMAN 2. Arriving to the fight in a fire painted four-wheeler, they played entertainment reporters eager to join the carnage.

Sisters – 2015

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in SISTERS

Fey & Poehler reunite in SISTERS, finally taking on the roles of …SISTERS! These mismatched siblings turn things up in their childhood home after discovering that their retired parents have sold the house. No better way to say goodbye to the past than throwing one last epic party.

SISTERS

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Edward Stratton III

A big kid. Father. Lifelong fan of popular culture and toys. Likes trains he can ride on. News contributor for THE ROCK FATHER Magazine since 2015.

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