Tina Fey Looks Back at Problematic ’90s Trends During ‘Girls5Eva’ Tribeca Panel: ‘We All Cosigned That?’

Tina Fey Looks Back at Problematic ’90s Trends During ‘Girls5Eva’ Tribeca Panel: ‘We All Cosigned That?’
Tina Fey’s newest comedy, “Girls5Eva,” follows a ‘90s girl group reuniting after 20 years to recapture their old magic. Along the way, the group discovers that some of the messages from their songs that were once culturally acceptable, are now very much not.

Fey, who serves as an executive producer on “Girls5Eva,” discussed how the plot line came to mind during a conversation at the Tribeca Festival 2021.

“We’re culturally looking back at stuff that we all took as totally normal, fun and just cool in the ’90s, whether it’s the way David Letterman dismantled Lindsey Lohan or an underage Britney Spears singing ‘Slave 4 U,'” Fey said. “We’re all looking back at those things now and being like, ‘Oh, we all cosigned that? Oh, that’s terrible.'”

Fey sat down with longtime collaborators Meredith Scardino, Robert Carlock and Jeff Richmond on Friday night to talk about
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