Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are two of the most talented women in Hollywood today and they just so happen to be BFFs. But if you've ever wished for a Fey-Poehler TV series, we regret to inform you that it's probably not going to happen.
During a panel discussion at the Tribeca Film Festival on Tuesday, Fey said -- much to our disappointment -- that she would likely never star in a whole series with Poehler.
"We’re regarded as a comedy team, which is certainly fine by me," she explained. “But I think we both know this to be true -- it’s because we’re actually both alphas. So it works in short spurts, but I don’t know if we would make a real dynasty."
For the record, we think they'd make a great dynasty. We'd also gladly watch a reality show focused on the pair. Hell, we'd watch an hour of them having a staring contest. But we digress.
Fey also revealed that while she has a huge respect for directors, she has absolutely no desire to get behind the camera herself.
Why? Well, she said she simply doesn't "understand or really care about cameras."
But fans of the Emmy winner need not worry, because the writer and producer has plenty of great stuff in the works, like the musical adaptation of her masterpiece, "Mean Girls." So fetch!