Ali Wentworth throws a wild toddler tea party, complete with "mommy juice" and Zoloft

By Tierney McAfee
May 27, 2015 02:20 PM

What does comedian and author Ali Wentworth bring to a toddler tea party? Antidepressants, hard alcohol and so much more. But don’t worry, it’s just for her.

“This is called mommy juice,” Wentworth explains to her three young companions as she pours herself tiny teacups of vodka in a hilarious promo video for her new book Happily Ali After.

The 50-year-old funny woman gives her fellow tea partiers advice on everything from estrogen to Botox to love in the clip, asking one little girl who’s stuffing her face with cupcakes if she’s been in a “relationship that’s gone bad.”

“Sweetie, we don’t eat for love, right? Do you know what an antidepressant is?” the mom of two daughters and wife of ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos quizzes the toddler. “For instance, like I take Zoloft. But you might want Wellbutrin. Because in kindergarten you need a lot more energy.”

Happily Ali After is due out in June, and if it’s anything like this promo, it’s going to be one hell of a “hormonal roller coaster.”

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