Get Ready to Laugh at Poehler and Fey's LOL-Worthy Golden Globes Moments

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler did not disappoint as they co-hosted this year's Golden Globe Awards, marking their fourth time leading the event together. Here are some of their best and funniest moments.

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The Golden Globes were a big night for comedy, with stars like Sacha Baron Cohen and Catherine O'Hara receiving the recognition they deserve. But it's safe to say we can thank the night's hosts for some of the award show's most LOL-worthy moments. Best friends and funny gals Tina Fey and Amy Poehler killed it as they hosted jointly from separate coasts.

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"Tina and I are hosting from two different cities right now. But, the technology is so great, you are never gonna be able to tell the difference. It's gonna be smooth sailing," Poehler said in the pair's opening monologue. "You won't even notice," Fey added as an arm appeared on Amy's screen, creating a hysterically bad illusion of the 30 Rock creator petting her friend's hair.

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"Oh, I've missed you, my love," Tina hilariously continued. "I always knew my career would end with me wandering around the rainbow room, pretending to talk to Amy. Just thought it would be later." The Mean Girls writer then gave a shout-out to their in-person viewers. "Now, normally, this room is full of celebrities. But tonight, our audience on both coasts is made up of smoking-hot first-responders and essential workers," Fey said. "We are so grateful for the work that you do and that you're here so that the celebrities can stay safely at home."

Things got heated on the small screen when the co-hosts went on to roast some of the night's nominees. "Nomadland is a movie where Frances McDormand plays a lady who travels across the desert in her van and poops in a bucket," Fey joked about the night's Best Drama Motion Picture winner.

"The Queen's Gambit is whatever James Corden was up to in The Prom, I guess. The Prom came out at the perfect time because this year, so many teenagers didn't get to go to their prom so they could watch James Corden and Meryl Streep go to it instead, and that's still fun, right guys?" Tina sarcastically continued. Here's to hoping this duo graces our screens again next award season!