Amy Poehler And Aubrey Plaza Are Making The Nerds All Hot

By Travis August 20, 2013 @ 10:00 AM

Amy Poehler and Aubrey Plaza attended the Hollywood premiere of something called Afternoon Delight yesterday, and that must have had all of the hipster comedy fanboys going crazy, because these girls are like Viagra to them. To make it even better, Aubrey laid her head on Amy’s chest ever so gently, while she probably whispered something like, “Let’s perform improv while we scissor,” and a bunch of magazines named them the most important women of 2013.

Admittedly, I don’t really get the whole love affair that the Internet has with these two, but then I also still use AOL to connect to the web and I’m hoping to pass the intermediate level on Minesweeper by 2015.

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Aubrey Plaza in a Bikini in GQ Magazine

By Lex July 25, 2013 @ 2:57 PM

Aubrey Plaza In A Bikini For The August Issue Of GQ

Here’s Aubrey Plaza in GQ. She’s in the new movie The To-Do List playing a good looking high school girl who wants to learn how to blow dudes before she goes away to college. I remember those girls from high school. I mostly just called them the girls who forgot my name and called me ‘loser’. Or, Tammy for short.

Photo Credit: GQ Maagazine

Aubrey Plaza Pulls An Obvious Publicity Stunt (VIDEO)

By Jack April 15, 2013 @ 3:18 PM







The MTV Movie Awards that nobody watched had a “tense” moment when Parks And Recreation Star Aubrey Plaza tried to take an award from Will Ferrell. She had the name of her latest movie, The To Do List, written on her chest in what can only be described as a huge coincidence. She rushed the stage and had a brief awkward tug-of-war with Ferrell and his award before sitting back down. MTV claimed they were shocked by it all, blah, blah. It’s so cleeeeeaarrrllllyyy a lamely scripted publicity stunt. Just like Kanye West and Taylor Swift a few years ago. Still, the young’ins took to the Twitterverse or whatever to blast Plaza for her actions. Nobody has ever failed in business by presuming young teens to be morons. It’s probably in the MTV mission statement.