Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers can't even.
During their time on Saturday Night Live, Poehler, 43, and Meyers, 41, co-hosted Weekend Update and introduced the popular "Really?!" segment, in which they would humorously call out obvious injustices. When Poehler appeared on NBC's Late Night With Seth Meyers Wednesday, they had even more to say.
"The Women's World Cup is heading into the quarterfinal round, and yesterday, the editor for Sports Illustrated's website tweeted a Vine of England's go-ahead goal against Norway with the words, 'And here's some people (ahem, @Andy_Benoit) argue that women's soccer isn't worth watching,' to which Sports Illustrated contributor Andy Benoit responded with this tweet: 'Not women's soccer......women's sports in general not worth watching,'" Meyers said as the studio audience gasped at Benoit's misogyny.
Meyers then introduced Poehler, who joined him behind the desk.
"Really? Really? Really, Andy Benoit? There's nothing in women's sports worth watching? I think a lot of people would love to watch you say that to Serena Williams. Really?" Poehler asked. The late-night host showed footage of the go-ahead goal from the game and contrasted it with a duller clip of a male golfer.
"I guess I'm not surprised that you work for Sports Illustrated," Poehler continued. "You guys put out a Swimsuit Issue every year dedicated entirely to women who aren't in sports—unless you think it's a sport to cover both boobs with one arm. Really?" Meyers pretended to be a sportscaster, announcing, "Here she comes! Look at this! Oh, this is fantastic! Here she comes! She's walking down the beach, bikini top is off—but her arm is out and she's done it! She's covered both nipples!"
"Do you believe in miracles?" Poehler asked. "I mean, really!"