You know what's better than going to the Vanity Fair Oscar party? Well, as it turns out, going to the Vanity Fair Oscar party and being manhandled by some of the funniest men of all time.
Amy Poehler found this out last night when she was ganged up on by Bill Murray, Bill Hader, Paul Rudd, Andy Samberg, Nick Offerman and Adam Scott (Megan Mullally was there, too, but we hope that she was there to offer moral support). These photos pretty much say it all: she was picked up and then dropped (on purpose, one imagines). There's also someone behind Bill Hader / Adam Scott. Vulture theorizes that it was Jon Hamm, but Hamm's handsomeness usually attracts the power of any photographer within a mile radius, so it's kind of doubtful that it was him.
This was undoubtedly organized by Murray, who was one of the stars of the Oscar »
- Drew Taylor
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