If Tina Fey had a baby with Al Roker, Olivia Harewood would be that baby. If Olivia Harewood wasn’t that baby, she would play that baby in a movie about that baby’s life. If Olivia Harewood wasn’t cast as the lead in the Fey-Roker baby biopic, she would be inconsolable.
Watching Olivia Harewood is like watching an exceptionally book-smart person get lost in the woods, try to build a fire with her liberal arts degree, and explain third-wave feminism to an indifferent bear while having epiphanies about her relationships.
Although Olivia is of African American and Caucasian descent, she is often mistaken as any number of ethnicities (Indian, Middle Eastern, Hispanic, Beyonce) which has afforded her many adventures, a broad understanding of human nature, and a dislike of YouTube commenters. She believes in laughing at ignorance, embracing childishness, and never letting vegans feel superior. She is the self-appointed “Misguided Oprah” of her generation.