Tina Fey dropped by "Late Show" and said that she's been spending a lot more time at home with her daughters since "30 Rock" wrapped. While home, though, she's dealing with her 2-year-old, Penelope, who's current going through those "terrible twos." She apparently likes to do things like touch the stove and strangle the dog. And when she's told to stop, she just stares back and gives an unconvincing, "Oh. Sorry." Then, it's off for more mayhem.
But the choking doesn't stop with the dog. According to Fey, Penelope didn't take the end of bath time very well one time. "She got real mad that I took her out of the bath," Fey said. "And she looked me square in the eyes, and with two tiny little hands, choked me ... And it’s so funny because they’re not strong enough to kill you.”
While Fey is enjoying more time at home with her kids, she is getting back to work, too. Fox just ordered a new college-themed comedy from her, taking it straight to series. That's on top of the "Cheers"-like comedy she reportedly sold to NBC. Unfortunately, Fey won't be starring in either show.
But she'll get one last chance to celebrate Liz Lemon and "30 Rock" at the Emmys on September 22, where she's up for seven awards.
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