Nothing is certain in life except death, taxes, and Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's best friendship. For more than two decades, Tina and Amy have been each other's sisters in crime, taking their indomitable chemistry from the improve stages of Chicago, to the New York City set of Saturday Night Live, and even to the big screen.
Their latest gut-busting theatrical release, Sisters, may have had the misfortune of being released the same weekend as Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but that didn't stop the Tina and Amy starrer from making a lasting impression on audiences and critics, alike. (We don't think we'll ever look at jewelry boxes the same way, TBH.)
The comedy -- which was written by Saturday Night Live legend Paula Pell and co-stars SNL alum Maya Rudolph as their uppity rival Brinda -- stars Poehler and Fey as sisters who decide to throw one last rager at their parents's house. Or, as Poehler put it, "a high school party thrown by 40-year-olds."
MTV News has an exclusive look at a deleted scene from the Blu-ray and DVD release featuring the comedic duo as they go head to head with their good friend Rudolph in the checkout aisle of a Big Lots. It's basically two full minutes of Tina, Amy, and Maya throwing shade back and forth, so in other words, it's glorious. (You're welcome.)
Sisters is out on Blu-ray and DVD now.