Tina Fey stepped out in NYC on Friday to promote her new book, Bossypants, at the Union Square Barnes & Noble.
Tina Fey stepped out in NYC on Friday to promote her new book, Bossypants, at the Union Square Barnes & Noble. She was game for a Q&A moderated by The New Yorker's editor, David Remnick, where the comedienne talked about her writing, family, and TV show 30 Rock. Tina also cracked a joke about her 5-year-old daughter Alice's comedy skills, saying, "Between 2 and 3 [years old Alice] was inadvertently writing a lot for Tracy Jordan. [While playing with Barbies, Alice had one doll say to the other] 'You know the most romantic part of the human body is the butt.' How has Tracy not said that?" The hard promotional work is already paying off, as the publication is resting near the top of Amazon's best-sellers list. Tina had her husband, Jeff Richmond, and Alice for company on a walk in the Big Apple yesterday, but it was her fellow mom-to-be Jane Krakowski who turned out for the premiere of Catch Me If You Can on Broadway last night. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick also went along with their son, James Wilkie, as they took advantage of a chance to socialize during a break from prepping for their big move.