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Furthermore, if she doesn't want to date, snog or hold hands with anyone for now, that's jim dandy too.But the truth of the matter is that the girl is a catch.In 2012 he surpassed Tina Fey as the longest serving Weekend Update Anchor.In May 2013, it was announced that Meyers had been chosen to replace former SNL cast member Jimmy Fallon the following year as host of Late Night. I know, I know, it's a little f*cked up to involve ourselves overmuch in the personal lives of actors.It's none of our business who the lovely Amy Poehler decides to date.Seth joined the cast in 2001 along with Amy Poehler.
"He would stand backstage and berate himself if he felt like he didn’t do a good job.
She's not shy about anything, really, despite saying, in her chapter on divorce, that she doesn't "like people knowing my shit." While there's little info on her split with Will Arnett, there are entire chapters dedicated to sex ("I love it and I am here to say I am good at it") and drugs ("I can't perform, drive, or write stoned, and therefore I smoke pot a lot less than I used to"). Poehler is good at giving credit to the many talented performers and writers she's worked with and befriended, but these four get more mentions than anyone. Lots of working parents use nannies, but it's not often your hear celebrities talk about it at length.
She also says a few brief, sweet things about her new partner, Nick Kroll.3. Meyers contributes a lovely chapter about the night Amy first gave birth. ("my dear friend and relationship sponsor") pops up frequently, often with timely wisdom. Amy calls her current nanny her "wife," and openly praises the three women who’ve helped take care of Archie and Abel, Poehler's sons with Arnett.
There's a scrapbook quality to that both fills and breaks up the chapters.
You get to enjoy a variety of old photos, a poem about death by 13-year-old Amy, a kindergarten report card, a two-page spread of Upright Citizens Brigade memorabilia, assorted email exchanges, a newspaper clipping featuring Amy as Dorothy in a school production of and a happy birthday letter from Hillary Clinton to baby Archie.