Bag Lady and Shopping Siren heart (EXTRA LARGE HEART) Amy Poehler.

And we’re hardly alone.

The actress/comedian/author is funny, talented, relatable, and homegirl is everywhere right now.

Earlier this year, Poehler wrapped up an amazing seven-year run on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.” (Ben plus Leslie 4 eva!) This summer she starred in “Inside Out” and “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.” Her New York Times best-selling book “Yes, Please” came out in paperback this month.

(Shopping Siren can attest to the utter awesomeness that is the audio-book version, what with vocal cameos by Patrick Stewart, Kathleen Turner, Seth Meyers and Poehler’s mom and dad, among others. Poehler played herself.) 

On Sunday, with one shot of her slouched in a gray hoodie and gold-framed aviator sunglasses, she stole the Emmys. (Huffington Post had the best post-Emmy headline: “Amy Poehler Loses Best Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Wins Life.”)

To top it all off, the Massachusetts native will forever be queen of the “Saturday Night Live” anchor desk and her Hillary Clinton impression is spotless. And now’s a pretty good time to have a killer Hillary Clinton impression.

We could go on and on. And on. But we don’t want to wax Poeh-etic, so we’ll do what we do best: shop.

This week, we’re all about Amy.

* “Parks and Recreation” DVD, season one, pre-owned, Bull Moose, $9.97

The only two P&Rs in the store were season one and season seven, like a pair of happy little TV show bookends. (Season seven, new, $31.97.) Both seasons are hilarious and well worth watching. Also, Chris Pratt, who’s having his own stellar year with “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Jurassic World,” runs naked through the neighborhood on season one’s fourth episode. So. There’s that. 

(Note: Ben’s proposal to Leslie [Poehler] and their subsequent wedding remain two of Shopping Siren’s favorite TV moments of all time. Sweet, genuine and funny, they exemplify all that makes P&R good. Unfortunately, they’re also both season five. Thank goodness for YouTube.)

* “Baby Mama,” Blu-ray DVD, Bull Moose, $13.97

Tina Fey is told she can’t have children, so she hires Poehler to serve as her surrogate. It doesn’t go as planned. Funnily.

Fey and Poehler are comic masters whose partnership is made more delightful by knowing they’re actually friends in real life. Just like Bag Lady and Shopping Siren! Only with more money. And prestige. And the ability to host “Saturday Night Live” whenever they want. Those are absolutely the only differences.

* “Mean Girls,” Blu-ray DVD, Bull Moose, $9.97

Another Fey-Poehler partnership. According to movie site Rotten Tomatoes, the critics consensus is: “funnier and more smartly written than the average teen comedy.” Which is to say it’s somewhere between “The Breakfast Club” and “Clueless.” And way above “Meet the Deedles.”

* Mums, Blais Flower & Garden Center, $8.95/three for $23.95

A “Parks and Rec” homage. For perking up your personal park, otherwise known as your front porch.

* Dish garden, Blais Flower & Garden Center, $62.95

Dinner-plate sized planter topped with smooth stones and filled with at least a half-dozen types of plants. It’s like a mini park. For mini rec.

* Ceramic birdhouse, Blais Flower & Garden Center, $32.95

Because all parks need wildlife, there’s this: a round, almost teardrop birdhouse with a cap of blue-green glaze. Really eye catching. Almost too nice for an actual bird, but maybe that’s the mark of an excellent birdhouse.

* Flypaper aviator sunglasses, Marden’s, $1.50

Boom! Like that, you’ve stolen Amy’s Emmy look.

* Dravus gray hooded sweatshirt, men’s size large, Salvation Army, $4.99

And you can complete that Emmy look with this gray hoodie. The cheapest, most comfortable Emmy outfit ever. 

Best find: Lined panel curtains, 54 by 84 inches, Marden’s, $11.99

In pewter or olive with a bit of sheen. One of our favorite new Poehler fun facts (allegedly): According to Moviefone’s “14 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About the ‘Inside Out’ Star,” she “likes to write topless because it relaxes her.” 

Keep doing you, however it’s done. Just hang drapes.

Think twice: Pop Tarts on a Stick maker, Marden’s, $8.99

On “Parks and Rec,” Poehler’s character, Leslie, is a big fan of breakfast foods. Huge. Gigantic. Gargantuan fan. However, she’s most notably a waffle connoisseur, so we’re not sure how she’d feel about making Pop Tarts on a stick.

Frankly, we’re not sure how we feel about making Pop Tarts on a stick. (Or the physics of it. Like, how do you coax the cardboardesque tart to stay sticked?)

Better to grab a waffle — or two or three, with whipped cream, mmm — and walk off the calories around Lake Auburn while listening to, of course, “Yes, Please.” Which, incidentally, is just what we’d say if Poehler wanted to come along.

Yes, please. 

Bag Lady and Shopping Siren’s true identities are protected by a pair of stylish, sweater-wearing Doberman pinschers (who have always wanted a walk-on role in a TV show) and the Customer Service counter at the Sun Journal. You can reach them at [email protected] and [email protected].

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