While in Pasadena, California, Carrie Brownstein took a little break from hosting a discussion of her new memoir Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girlto officiate a last minute wedding between two women, Genevieve and Kendall, attending the event.
With some help from Amy Poehler, who was co-hosting (and added some musical stylings with a piano rendition of "Greensleeves"), Brownstein (who is an ordained minister) gave a beautiful, on-the-spot monologue about love.
"I'm going to quote James Baldwin," Carrie starts before quickly adding, "perhaps incorrectly."
The actress/musician goes on to say that "love and life and togetherness involves a lot of
Awwwww damn. Work that improv.
"All of us here are rooting for you," Brownstein says, "rooting for you is the way we root for ourselves, in the way that we root for love to always win out over despair, for hope to win out over fear, for joy to win out over sorrow."
How are any of us supposed to get married now without Carrie Brownstein spouting gorgeous, organic statements about monogamy while Amy Poehler hands us flowers, then gazes adoringly from behind a piano?????
Watch the amazing clip below.