Do the mommy duties make it tougher for an actress to be the star of a series?
Poehler: It’s a pretty crushing schedule for me, like 14 hours every day. I’m in every scene. Plus I’m the producer on it as well, so we’re casting and writing and stuff all weekend. And yes, I have a baby, too. It’s trying to figure out how to balance all of these things. You just depend on a lot of help and a lot of good advice from people. Jane Krakowski: Tina [Fey] astounds me because she wears all of the hats on [30 Rock] and is raising a child. She’ll shoot the show all day and then go home and write until like 2 in the morning. And then her daughter will bop in at 6 a.m. going, “Hi Mommy!” I really don’t know how she does it. Poehler: She has a heroin problem. Krakowski: No! Poehler: What, we’re not supposed to say that? Sorry, that’s off the record. Silverman: It’s way different for me on my show because, first off, I need 20 hours of sleep a night. I have children’s hours. Krakowski: The main challenge for me is to do what I do in my job along with everything the tabloids migh