I feel like I come from a smaller off shoot of black people because I am mixed. People say I'm African American but that doesn't include the other half of me.
I learned the enormous power of writing for yourself, especially now that people seem to be receptive to the fact that women can write.
I think that people who don't like kids are awful people.
I've met people who are baffled by children, as though they were never children themselves.
Before I had children, everything about my life was devoted to Saturday Night Live.
Most of my life I didn't feel very normal. There's definitely been some moments where I feel like, all right, I've finally graduated and I'm a normal lady.
You don't want to be the first person to tell your 5-year-old, like, 'You're going to have a life filled with disappointments and letdowns - enjoy!
If my time with my kids is shorter than it was yesterday, it's better than nothing.
I really love laughing.
I would love it if you would come in and teach me how to really do you.
I've never set out to write a funny movie or be a funny comedian as a woman. I am a woman. I don't really have a choice in the matter. My goal is just to be funny.
Without a doubt in sketch comedy there are fewer women than men.
I never thought I'd get a chance to do what I'm doing. It's such a dream.
To have your childhood dream realized is a really big deal.
I have an equal opportunity womb!