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The Tina Fey-Amy Poehler flick Baby Mama came kicking and screaming into the Ziegfeld Theater in Manhattan Wednesday, for the opening of the annual Tribeca Film Festival. And the event had attendant comedians waxing nostalgic about youth and babies and life and death.
Tina Fey’s 30 Rock colleague comic Judah Friedlander took time to weigh in on his child-watching prowess—and its consequences. “Sure, I babysat. I got fired, though. I think it was because I started hooking up with the mom, and also … two of the kids died. But the dad thought I was cool and he learned a lot of moves from me.”