Katie: Tina Fey & Paul Rudd Admission Review & High Price Of College

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Katie: Tina Fey & Paul Rudd Go To College

On March 20 2013, Katie has two of the funniest people on the planet, Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, talking about their new film Admission Tina and Paul discuss the importance of college and share their college experiences. Then, Dirty Jobs Mike Rowe discusses the good jobs that people don’t even know about. Katie puts a spotlight on the price of higher education on March 20 2013.

Katie: Tina Fey & Paul Rudd

Katie: Tina Fey & Paul Rudd Admission Review & High Price Of College

On March 20 2013, Tina Fey and Paul Rudd talk about Admission and what their college experience was like. (s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

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My favorite person on Earth, Tina Fey tells Katie that her kids will probably go to college online because of the high price and rising technology. Tina has been taking a break since her show 30 Rock ended last month, so what is next for this funny girl?

Paul Rudd, bearded and in the middle of Anchorman 2 production, tells Katie what college was like studying in Oxford, U.K.  He’s set to reprise his role as Brian Fantana in the hilarious Anchorman series this year. In the meantime, stay classy readers.

In Admission, Tina plays Portia, a college admissions officer. Portia keeps a tight hold on the type and amount of people she lets into her college. Paul plays John, a high school principal that wants Portia to recognize an alternative student. Romance blooms between Portia and John, leaving us all to wonder why Paul and Tina haven’t made a movie together before now.

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Katie: Dirty Jobs Mike Rowe

Mike Rowe is used to doing the jobs others pass up. These jobs are usually cleaning out sewage or mucking around with flithy animals.

Mike tells Katie about the jobs that are out there for those looking. Some people don’t even know about the jobs that Mike is going to unveil.

Katie: High Price Of Higher Education

With college becoming more and more expensive, is it really worth the cost? Katie investigates why college costs are rising, if there are ways to ease the financial strain and what your higher education plan could look like. Online schools and community college are becoming more popular are prices rise.

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