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SNL has lost one of their funniest women, as Amy Poehler signed off for good, after her final turn behind the Weekend Update desk.
"I did just want to take a moment to thank everybody. This is my last show," Amy said, as she tried not to cry, sitting next to co-anchor Seth Meyers. "And it has been an amazing experience to be here. To be able to do over 140 shows with my friends and my family has been a dream come true."
Of course, Amy's pals had to get one more gag in before they let her go, as Fred Armisen, who had played New York Governor David Patterson earlier in the sketch, wandered before the camera, cracking up the new mom and everyone else. "Anyway, I would like to say thank you to everybody. I love you and I will miss all of you so much," she got in as the show went to commercial.
Amy, who I absolutely love, will now be killing it on the new, upcoming "Office" spin-off.
She will be missed!