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Topic - Amy Poehler
First lady Michelle Obama is set to make an appearance on the comedy half-hour "Parks and Recreation" show — yet one more way for the "Let's Move" healthy-eating initiative to wind into the public consciousness of mainstream America.
The cast of NBC's "Parks and Recreation" is getting a new member for a night: Michelle Obama.
First Lady Michelle Obama stopped at a Miami rec center Tuesday to continue her fight against childhood obesity by ensuring that children are staying healthy throughout their day, including after the school bell rings.
It's not just about what America's kids are getting in the lunch line.
The monologue jokes were mostly thin and the host seemed stiff delivering them.
Seth Meyers has departed "Saturday Night Live," just weeks before he begins his new job as host of "Late Night."
Associated Press reporters at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, open their notebooks:
Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight" show, which debuts next month with actor Will Smith and U2 as guests, will look familiar to people who appreciate his current work in the time slot following Jay Leno.
The future is looking bright at NBC for Golden Globe winner Amy Poehler, not so much for Michael J. Fox.
The Golden Globes are typically Hollywood's bawdiest awards show - "a wonderful mess," said co-host Tina Fey of this year's bash. But in the end, after all the boozy banter - some of it bleeped for broadcast - the 1970s corruption tale "American Hustle" got a very serious push toward Oscar glory, picking up three major awards.
After a while it grew monotonous: a steady stream of Golden Globe winners declaring surprise.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler took the gold again.
Amy Poehler made out with Bono, Tina Fey mocked George Clooney's taste in women and Matt Damon emerged, bizarrely, as the night's recurring gag.
"Breaking Bad" has won the Golden Globe for best TV drama series.
The Golden Globes offered a fond farewell to AMC's epic tale of meth kingpin Walter White on Sunday, honoring it as television's best drama and giving Bryan Cranston the top acting award.
"Without parks where would we put all the swings," Poehler said.
she declared that she was running for president in two years.