Here's Your 2014 Golden Globes Drinking Game
Tina Fey, Amy Poehler talk about Sunday's awards show
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 8, 2014 2:00 PM CST
This image released by NBC shows Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on stage during the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards last year.   (AP Photo/NBC, Paul Drinkwater)

(Newser) – Tina Fey and Amy Poehler sat down for a pre-Golden Globes interview with the Hollywood Reporter, so of course they laid out the rules for this year's drinking game. "Anytime you see a gown with sleeves, you're going to drink," says Fey. "Anytime they cut to Tom Hanks for a reaction shot, do five push-ups and you will be ripped by the end of the ceremony." Adds Poehler, "Every time I drink, everybody at home should drink. And if Bryan Cranston speaks, everybody has to do a little bit of meth. Just a touch, because that's all you need, just a touch." The show airs Sunday.

But Poehler for the most part, didn't seem very happy with the interviewer (it should be noted that she and Fey were interviewed separately). Her most annoyed-sounding responses:

  • Asked about the worst pitch she's been given for an awards show joke: "You think I'm going to tell you a bad idea for a joke? You're f---ing crazy. No!"
  • Asked if the show would be done as a musical, since NBC recently aired the much-mocked live Sound of Music: "OK, I see what you're doing, you're going to set up jokes. I'm not falling for that. I didn't say any of that. I've worked at NBC for 12 years so I'm happy they had a successful night of TV."
  • Asked if she'd wear "Amy Adams' plunging blouse thing from American Hustle" for $1,000: "Oh eww, I don't want to even answer this question. Pass. Next."
  • Asked about Seth MacFarlane's infamous "boobs" song at the Oscars: "I don't want to comment on anybody else's performance. Why would you think that we would say anything about anybody's performance if we're getting ready to do our own?"
  • Asked about the criticism that led Saturday Night Live to hire a black female cast member: "Ugh, I don't want to talk about this. Pass."
  • And when asked about the drinking game, she started with: "So now I'm just writing a joke for you that I might want to use for the show."