Tina Fey was a guest on last night's Late Night, where she talked about performing with Amy Poehler at Spike TV's Don Rickles Tribute as well as the many sketches she had to turn down during her run as SNL head writer — including one from Al Franken she ended up making fun of on 30 Rock. Click through for the second part of the interview, where Fey admits that the late night wars are her personal Super Bowl and reveals how she thinks women will eventually break through the late night format.
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