Whenever I bring up leading "Saturday Night Live" ladies, nearly all of my pop culture obsessed friends proclaim Tina Fey is the best and brightest.
There is no disputing that her comic skills are untouchable when it comes to writing -- "30 Rock" is perhaps the best comedy on TV right now. And her time on SNL yielded some fantastic skits, most memorably anything featuring the dim witted Sarah Palin.
However, when it comes to acting, beyond the confines of sketch comedy, only one woman has displayed serious dramatic talent, of late.
Out of the most recent SNL ensemble, Maya Rudolph, now starring in the film "Away We Go," surpasses her late-night cohorts, including Fey and Amy Poehler, with an inspired and often touching performance.
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