Amy Poehler welcomes a baby boy!

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Amy Phehler and Will ArnettSaturday Night Live star Amy Poehler and husband funny man Will Arnett welcomed a baby boy into the world Saturday night. As a result, the hysterically funny Poehler missed duties at SNL for the birth by just a few hours.

Little Archie Arnett weighed in a 8 pounds, 1 ounce. Mom and son are said to be in good health and resting up. Like many moms (including me), Poehler worked up to the day she gave birth, prepping for her roles at Senator Hillary Clinton and on Weekend Update.

Whether or not she'll return to SNL, as a regular or in cameo form, remains to be seen. Poehler apparently has a deal to star in her own show on NBC post maternity leave. Either way, best of luck and everything to the couple, and congratulations on the birth of that beautiful baby boy!

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