'B***h Is The New Black'
Back in 2008, in one of the most memorable "Weekend Update" segments of all time, Tina Fey took on criticism of Hillary Clinton who called her a "b***h."
'B***hes get stuff done!" Fey hilariously remarked, before adding, "B***h is the new black!"
The Mark Twain Prize
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In 2010, Fey received the prestigious Mark Twain Prize for humour and delivered an acceptance speech for the ages, reflecting on her incredible career.
"Only in comedy, is an obedient white girl from the suburbs a diversity candidate," she joked about her interview for a writing job on "SNL".
The Summer Of Palin
As soon as U.S. presidential candidate John McCain picked Sarah Palin as his running mate, people were calling for Tina Fey to impersonate her on "SNL".
And boy did she deliver, reciting the iconic line, "I can see Russia from my house," which came to define Palin in the public mind.
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In 2006, Fey created and starred in the now-iconic comedy series "30 Rock", all about the behind-the-scenes of an "SNL"-style variety show.
Fey won Emmys for Best Actress in a Comedy for her role as head writer Liz Lemon, as well as for writing on the series, during its incredible seven season run.
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In 2008, Fey won the Emmy for Best Leading Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in "30 Rock" and used the opportunity to deliver a barnburner of a speech.
"I want to thank my parents for somehow raising me to have confidence that is disproportionate with my looks and abilities. Well done, that is what all parents should do," she joked.
'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
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Fey also co-created and co-starred in the hit Netflix comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt", the hilarious show about a woman who escapes the clutches of an evil cult leader after being locked in a bunker for 15 years.
Back in 2015, Fey visited "The Late Show" to bid farewell to host David Letterman in the most hilarious way.
Fey stripped down to her underwear with "Bye Dave!" and "#Last Dress Ever" written on her backside.
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In 2004, Tina Fey wrote the modern comedy classic "Mean Girls", and delivered extra laughs as Cady Heron's calculous teacher Mrs. Sharon Norbury.
In one hilariously awkward scene, Cady spots Mrs. Norbury working a second job at the mall.
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In 2010, Fey teamed up with Steve Carell for the wild romantic comedy "Date Night".
The duo played a couple whose date night gets out of control after a hilarious case of mistaken identity lands them in a world of criminals and international espionage.
Golden Globes Queens
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From 2012 to 2014, Tina Fey and pal Amy Poehler co-hosted the Golden Globe Awards, delivering some of the funniest and most memorable awards show monologues in history.
"And now, like a supermodel's vagina, let's all give a warm welcome to Leonardo DiCaprio," Fey joked during the 2014 ceremony.
The duo are currently set to host again in 2021.