Emily Spivey Reveals What Amy Poehler Said About Colin Jost in a Secret Note

Published on November 19, 2020

Emily Spivey reminisces with Seth about working together on SNL, shares some of her worst rejected sketches and reveals what Amy Poehler said in a secret note about Colin Jost.

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  • The Lorax 2 years ago

    Check out ecosia, they plant trees.

  • verdatum 2 years ago

    When I was in the 5th grade, I word-for-word recreated the “dirty fork” sketch from Monty Python as a talent show performance. Nobody got it. I think not even the guy I was doing the sketch with got it. I just told him what to say, and I was like, “trust me, this is hilarious” and he was like, “whatever; if you say so.” But it’s alright, because now I’m a software engineer!

  • black bird 2 years ago

    Jost is sideburns deep right now and can hear none of this but yeah, he’s doing just fine.

  • 🍯 blood honey 2 years ago

    She has cute lighting

  • M.E. Hedges 2 years ago

    Seth got us ALL through 2020!

  • GODofWHOOPazz 2 years ago

    Sorry that would have been funny as hell! Like 500,000 chicken McNuggets LMAO and a musical forget about it.

  • GODofWHOOPazz 2 years ago

    That has to be the best text chain!!

  • Lucy Gunter 2 years ago

    Somebody tell Emily- I LOVE HER!!👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

  • Jessie Chapman 2 years ago

    I WANT MORE SPIVEY!! MORE AND MORE AND MORE! seth, have her on more often. come on man.

  • Through the Booking Glass 2 years ago

    her and paula pell are underrated geniuses. and james anderson

  • Enough for E 2 years ago

    She’s not wrong. Seth has gotten me thru 2020 as well.

  • Oisky Poisky 2 years ago

    “Spives” (or however you would spell it) might be coolest surname nickname ever. I wish I had surname that could be turned into something cool but I don’t, I really don’t.

  • Caligula Augustus 2 years ago

    Remember back in the 90’s when there were seemingly thousands of terrible sitcoms that just came and went every year? Thats like animated shows these days.


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