Wednesday, July 1, 2015

VIDEO: Someone literally stole all of Tina Fey's new jokes

Upper Darby's own Tina Fey made an appearance on Letterman on Wednesday to talk about life after 30 Rock and what it's like raising a 2-year-old sociopath.

VIDEO: Someone literally stole all of Tina Fey's new jokes

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Tina Fey as Princeton admission officer Portia Nathan in "Admission"
Tina Fey as Princeton admission officer Portia Nathan in "Admission"

Upper Darby's own Tina Fey made an appearance on Letterman on Wednesday to talk about life after 30 Rock and what it's like raising a 2-year-old sociopath.

Among the stories Fey told was an anecdote about her new Manhattan office being burglarized by one of the moving guys. When the moving guys asked the people in the office to come downstairs to sign something, one of the other moving guys allegedly made his way back upstairs and stole a computer and a manila envelope. The worst part is that the computer contained a bunch of Tina Fey's ideas and unfinished jokes.

Against all legal counsel, Fey and Letterman rolled the surveillance footage of the guy making off with the stuff.

Of course Letterman cracked a "Leno probably stole your jokes" line. Boom, roasted?

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