30 Rock's Tina Fey Is An Intuitive, Acquisitive, Self-DeceiverJessica G.5/13/08 3:40pmFiled to: signature psychosesAmy Poehlerbaby mamaDefamerMarie ClaireTopAmerican ExpressGawkergraphologyhandwriting analysissheila kurtzTina Fey522EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkEven though there was a Feyvelanche of Tina interviews when Baby Mama came out last month, did we really learn anything about her? Sure, her face was on the cover of Marie Claire, but the interview inside was a farce (example, "Amy Poehler: Is your name Karen Felcher? Tina Fey: Um, no, although I can see why you're confused, because that is my porn name."). We decided to sic graphologist Sheila Kurtz on Tina's handwritten American Express ad to analyze her penmanship and tell us about the real woman underneath all that sharply-perfected snark. Apparently, our Tina is sensitive to criticism, intuitive, analytical, practical, not impulsive and just a leeetle self-deceiving. A full analysis of Tina's psyche is after the jump.