Amy Poehler and Tina Fey Pull out the Stops Preparing for the Golden Globes

Posted Wednesday January 8, 2014 7:38 PM GMT

Gearing up for the honor of hosting the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 12th, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler engaged in an interview with Marisa Guthrie of The Hollywood Reporter.

The clip is filled with humor from start to finish, and in the midst of it, the funny ladies manage to deliver some heartfelt words of wisdom, focusing on women and age.

For example, when asked about the breaking up of male-centered comedy on "Saturday Night Live," Tina responded, "It was a long period of female stars dominating in a lot of ways. The women in the cast were really strong. We had a female director. We had more female writers. And once the numbers change in the room then the taste of what gets on changes organically. You saw that in the Kerry Washington-hosted show; having Kerry there changed the makeup of the room. And it goosed the show in a good way."

The 43-year-old comedy queen also addressed being labeled as "female comedians," saying, "The only disadvantage women have is to have to keep f**king answering the question of, 'Is it hard, and are women funny?' The men don't have to answer that question. That's the only impairment."

We look forward to seeing and hearing more on Sunday night duringn the Golden Globe Awards!

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