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See Stars React to Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s Best Golden Globes Jokes

As the duo return to host the awards show for a third and final time, take a look at how the subjects of their zingers took their public drubbing

  • On the Rivalry Between the Big Screen and the Boob Tube

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    “Only at the Golden Globes do the beautiful people of film rub shoulders with the rat-faced people of television.”
    —Amy Poehler, 2013

  • On James Cameron’s Machismo

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    “I haven’t been really following the controversy over Zero Dark Thirty, but when it comes to torture, I trust the lady [Kathryn Bigelow] who spent three years married to James Cameron.”
    —Amy Poehler, 2013

  • On Ben Affleck and Beantown

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    “Ben’s first two movies took place in Boston, but he moved this one [Argo] to Iran because he wanted to film somewhere that was friendlier to outsiders.”
    —Tina Fey, 2013

  • On Anne Hathaway As A Hopeless Waif

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    “Anne Hathaway, you gave a stunning performance in Les Misérables. I have not seen someone totally alone and abandoned like that since you were on stage with James Franco at the Oscars.”
    —Tina Fey, 2013

  • On the director of Django Unchained

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    “Quentin Tarantino is here—the star of all my sexual nightmares.”
    —Tina Fey, 2013

  • On Tom Hanks and His Utterly Unpronounceable Name

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    “Congratulations to all the wonderful actors nominated tonight, from the amazing Chiwetel Ejiofor to the stunning Lupita Nyong’o to American treasure Tam Honks. Dammit, I knew I was going to screw that up.”
    —Amy Poehler, 2014

  • On Matt Damon’s Nomination In A Television Category

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    “Matt Damon is here for Behind the Candelabra. Matt, on any other night, in any other room, you would be a big deal, but tonight, and don’t take this the wrong way, you’re basically a garbage person.”
    —Amy Poehler, 2014

  • On Meryl Streep Defying Hollywood’s Ageist Culture

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    “Meryl Streep, so briliant in August Osage County, proving that there are still great parts in Hollywood for Meryl Streeps over 60.”
    —Tina Fey, 2014

  • On George Clooney Succumbing to Hollywood’s Ageist Culture

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    Gravity is nominated for best film. It’s the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman [Sandra Bullock] his own age.”
    —Tina Fey, 2014

  • On Joaquin Phoenix Being the Weirdest Guy in Hollywood

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    “One of my favorite films this year is the movie Her, which takes place in the not-so-distant future. Which is perfect, because so does Joaquin Phoenix.”
    —Tina Fey, 2014

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