In her opinion, it's all a wardrobe problem. Most late-night hosts end up with said gig around the age of 35 or 40 and stay in that position until about 65. So, if you're a lady, there comes a pivotal moment when you realize the cocktail dresses you started wearing in your 30s aren't as age-appropriate at 65, according to the comedian. That's why Fey's pegged Ellen as the first woman who's bound to break into late-night TV — she started out wearing jackets.
Of course, Fey makes these observations in jest. Though, it's disappointing to think there may be a nugget of truth in what she's saying. Check out the full clip below to hear the full theory — and to hear about her kids playing baseball (it's the cutest). (Vulture)