Back in 2004, Tina Fey brought the world a beautiful message with Mean Girls.
Now, in an interview with Ladies' Home Journal's April issue, the Admission star says "beautiful, healthy Lindsay Lohan" is the first thing that comes to mind when she thinks back on the beloved flick.
As for what comes to mind when she thinks of 2008's Baby Mama? "Drinking red wine in Amy Poehler's dressing room," Tina quipped.
As we all know, Tina and Amy are longtime BFFs, and both are all about empowering women. (Taylor Swift felt otherwise after the funnyladies took a playful dig at her while hosting the Golden Globes, but that came as a surprise to both women.) When it comes to raising daughters Alice and Penelope to be confident young women, Tina makes sure to "try not to speak badly about my own body or food things in front of them. And I never talk to them about their bodies in terms of anything but being healthy."
"You know what's interesting. I played the Free to Be... You and Me video for my daughter, Alice, who's 7, and it brought up things for her that just aren't issues anymore," she added. "The song talks about everything girls can do—but she was looking at me like, 'I know, Mom. I know I can be president, so why are we singing a song about this?'"
But one bad thing about 2013 is some of the nastiness found online. "I find it unnerving when you come across something on the Internet that's hateful," Tina admitted. "You have to tell yourself to stop reading it, that it doesn't matter."
It totally doesn't. Because, really, who could say anything bad about Tina Fey?!