Friday, February 12, 2016

VIDEO: Tina Fey says she's not pretty enough to work at Bloomingdale's

Tina Fey (what up, Upper Darby?) took a break from her busy schedule of killing it at the Golden Globes, landing sitcoms on two different networks, this fall, and raising two kids (while occasionally bombing in motion pictures *cough*Admission*cough*) to get coffee with Jerry Seinfeld. Mild hilarity ensued.

VIDEO: Tina Fey says she's not pretty enough to work at Bloomingdale's

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Tina Fey (what up, Upper Darby?) took a break from her busy schedule of killing it at the Golden Globes, landing sitcoms on two different networks, this fall, and raising two kids (while occasionally bombing in motion pictures *cough*Admission*cough*) to get coffee with Jerry Seinfeld. Mild hilarity ensued.

The fifth installment of the third season of Seinfeld's web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" saw Tina and Jerry cruising around New York in a '67 Volvo on their way to get wheat puff milkshakes at a Cuban joint in Harlem. Then they stopped by the birthplace of the donut to stuff their faces.

Things you might like to know:

  • Tina Fey doesn't drive.
  • Tina Fey doesn't do Twitter.
  • Tina Fey doesn't have a key to her apartment.
  • Tina Fey doesn't think she's pretty enough to sell fragrances at Bloomingdale's.

Seriously, though, the series is brilliantly simple and offers some intimate, if brief, insight into what makes two of America's funniest people tick. SPOILER ALERT: It's probably just dessert.

Click here to watch the video.

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