After their three consecutive Golden Globes hosting gigs, we can't contain our excitement for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's upcoming "Saturday Night Live" episode. Fey and Poehler are, of course, veterans of the late-night comedy sketch program, famously parodying politicians like Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton for years, but have never hosted the show together.
In the promo for their Dec. 19 co-hosting gig with musical guest Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Fey and Poehler are joined by cast member Kenan Thompson outside 30 Rock for a little boundary-pushing fun.
Shouting out increasingly unrelated words that describe what viewers can expect from this week's episode, Fey and Poehler yell, "fun," "celebration," "live," "jokes," "Bruce," "comedy" and "adventure." Poehler, at a loss, then offers up "ISIS" before she quickly apologizes, ending the promo on a quintessentially awkward Tina-Amy moment.
Watch the promo above.
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