I didn't have the good fortune, i.e. 12 dollars to see Baby Mama when it first came out in theaters, so I had the pleasure of watching it at home on my computer in bed wearing headphones and guffawing like a retard so that both of my roommates independently came in to check that I was okay. All this is to say, if you haven't seen this movie yet, please do so immediately, as it is hilarious to a borderline I-hurt-myself degree. I keep thinking that Tina Fey movies are sort of like Judd Apatow ones as told from the female perspective -- she's so good at taking common experiences (like going to high school and having babies) and creating a scenario that's juuuust this side of believable, so that you can relate but you can also laugh so hard you pee yourself. Which, umm, I did not do, so whatever shut up!
The DVD offers a number of bonus features that wouldn't be a big deal for most movies, but because it's Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, they end up feeling like true extensions of the film. They are:
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