Great Job, Internet!: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler rehabilitate the wayward ladies of Broad City

From Guys And Dolls to Sister Act (and probably dozens more examples), pop culture has long had a place for stories about delinquents and hoodlums finding salvation through organized religion. And now, as part of the publicity campaign for their upcoming film Sisters, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have offered up their own, suitably jaundiced take on the tradition: “Sisters Helping Sisters,” a mock-trailer-style comedic vignette that finds the two SNL veterans starring as habit-wearing nuns tasked with rehabilitating Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson of Comedy Central’s Broad City. After years of gambling, vandalism, and strangling the comatose, Glazer and Jacobson are hauled in front of a no-nonsense judge who is appalled by their criminal record. Only the seemingly divine intervention of Fey and Poehler saves the Broad City ladies from near-certain incarceration. “These girls are going to answer to a higher power,” promises Poehler, winking a bit too …

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