28, and reveals everything from her relationships with ex-husband Will Arnett and her new beau, Nick Kroll, to doling out sex tips and recalling her past drug use. On Pregnancy: “I have the Angelina Jolie of Vaginas.” Poehler, 43, recounts the story of her first pregnancy and how her doctor died the night before her due date in 2008 from a heart attack in his sleep.She was rehearsing a “Mad Men” parody with Jon Hamm at the time. Jon Hamm held me by the shoulders and looked at me and said, ‘I know this is very sad, but this is a really important show for me, so I’m going to need you to get your s–t together.'” That night she went home and said that she put on “Law & Order” before bed.

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It's consistently been the best of NBC's Thursday comedies, and I'd go so far as to call it the best comedy airing on TV right now.

So I enlisted "Parks and Recreation" star Amy Poehler to pick her favorite moments so far on the series, which I'll offer up in a moment.

Salon wrote at the time of Amy Poehler: "Parks and Recreation' is coming to an end this month, so Poehler is free.

She has an incredible amount of anchor cred from her years co-hosting 'Saturday Night Live’s 'Weekend Update' and knows how to deliver absurd punchlines with a disarming twinkle in her eye.

I would make mac and cheese while watching ‘Deep Space Nine.'” 4.

On Nick Kroll: “Thank you to Nick Kroll, who encourages me in all the right ways.” Poehler even opens up about her current boyfriend, “The League” star Kroll, and how he helps her with stress and sleep. He puts his hand on my chest and tells me boring stories,” she reveals about the 36-year-old.

He’s a fresh young face with international acclaim on the cusp of exploding here in the United States.

He will give the show a different outsider perspective, not unlike John Oliver." Jon Stewart is also excited about his replacement, saying: "I’m thrilled for the show and for Trevor.

following multiple allegations of his sexual misconduct.

While he has since released a statement saying, “These stories are true,” we have not heard a response from Notaro — until now.

She explains that she’s tried drugs, but never meth or heroin. I remember a wonderful ‘UCB’ New Year’s Eve party where we all danced and drank water and loved each other.