In this new viral video, Tina Fey comments on her Sarah Palin stint, and answers the tough questions including: Cake or pie?
The "30 Rock" star is the recipient-elect for this year's Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, and took questions from PBS Facebook fans and Twitter followers. One question being, "What work of yours will have the most lasting social impact?" Tina answered, "I don't think it would be Sarah Palin stuff unless she goes on to be President and then it will probably be that. Otherwise, I would say social impact, actually maybe 'Mean Girls.'"
Tina wrote the adaptation of the 2004 movie 'Mean Girls' that starred Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Amanda Seyfried. The story is about a popular girl clique at a high school and the struggle for one teenager to fit in.
After the tougher questions are out of the way, the writer/actress answers whether she prefers cake or pie. "Cake. ... C'mon cake. It's ridiculous that the pie lobbies continue to pretend that pie is good. I can't."
Check out the video above to see who makes this funny lady laugh, and catch Tina at the Mark Twain award ceremony, airing Nov. 14 on PBS.