Esquire magazine's fantasy of the world's funniest woman gone wild comes to life in photographs.
Tina Fey went to a dinner party and realllly got the party started.
Here are some highlights from the funny girl:
Tina on crazy Tina:
"The idea of the photo shoot is something like my wild night out. The irony being that I don't do that. I got an e-mail [from Esquire] with a list of the potential setups, and my e-mail back was like, Well, I need to decline being handcuffed to a bed. I won't straddle anyone. I won't make out with a cop. There are certain things, I totally get them as a premise. And they're all good fun, and if I were a young single model, they would be appropriate, but, you know, I'm a mom. And my kid's going to find this someday. I don't want to be handcuffed to a bed in Esquire. What are you nuts? I'm not going to make out with a cop that I'm handcuffed to. I got to get my kid into kindergarten. I guess that's more of a Montessori way of learning, when they handcuff you to things."
On an epiphany:
“What I’ve come to realize is that when people say, ‘The thinking man’s whatever’ — there’s no such thing. The thinking man also wants to f–k Megan Fox.
“My parents are going to be like, Why did you curse that much in that Esquire article?”
On working with Mark Wahlberg in Date Night:
"No I couldn't see the third nipple. And I was paid to stare at them for a day."
On 30 Rock's "internerd" fans:
"There was an episode where Frank plays this high-pitched sound that only people under 40 are supposed to hear. There were internerds who were like 'I could hear the first sound, but not the second.' And I was like 'Buddies, there was no sound.' It's like that old SNL William Shatner sketch where he was at a Trekkie convention and was saying 'Have you ever kissed a girl?' The amount of thought — I love it, but I'm concerned for these people."
On one of 30 Rock's recent catchphrases:
"Shark farts was one that we ad-libbed and ended up leaving in. The studio asked us not to leave it in, but we left it in."