Today she's the queen of comedy, the everywoman, and any nerd's dream girl. But not too long ago Tina Fey was just another struggling Second City comedienne looking for a big break but, more importantly, next month's rent. Which brings us to this 1995 Mutual Savings Bank ad featuring a young Tina Fey looking more like someone's frumpy aunt in an applique vest. The dialogue is corny, the haircut is borderline criminal, and now we know where Liz Lemon's 1-900-OK-FACE commercial got its inspiration. Yeah, it's a doozy of an ad but does our love for Tina fade? Not at all. If anything we're inspired by how far she's come. Never look back, Tina. Never. Look. Back.
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