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It isn't always fun and games at Saturday Night Live!
But things got a little Sirius when the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt producer recalled a story from when she was head writer at SNL, and a former castmate called her a "c*nt" in a voicemail message!
Stern bluntly asked the 45-year-old exactly which alum of the NBC variety show called her the c-word, and at first she was hesitant to respond.
She cautiously said:
"We've since made up… I love him so much."
Fey admitted the incident was "very random" and was confused when she heard the message from the Trainwreck star, but she thinks work pressure was the cause of the outburst. She explained:
"I think he — I was trying to help him with a show he was working on and I think his anxiety about the writing of the show spilled over… I couldn't even guess why [he said that]. Usually if someone calls you that, you're like, 'I know what I did.' "
Quinn admitted to the incident on Twitter, sharing:
Statement: It's all true. I have used profanity when I've been angry at people. When I was wrong ( as with Tina) I've said sorry to them.
— Colin Quinn (@iamcolinquinn) December 14, 2015
It looks like there isn't any bad blood between the two, as Fey said that she and Quinn were "good" after reconnecting at the SNL 40th special.
But the bestselling author also admitted to using the c-word herself, against a woman in London who was being rude to her — which she blames on being irritable after her father's death!
Find out what happened in the clips from her interview (below)!