Sunday night’s Superbowl may have been the focus for a majority of Americans, but a rival event took place at Caroline’s Comedy Club, with Jane Fonda as M. C., introduced by Gloria Steinem. Calling herself a quintessential late bloomer to feminism, Jane Fonda recalled that she really did not understand what it was till she was 64, when she saw Eve Enssler in The Vagina Monologues. “I cried and laughed. How can you be a feminist, leaving the essential part of yourself behind as I did with my father, husbands, and lovers? My feminism dropped from my head into my body.” And so began a night of comedy featuring Rosie O’Donnell, Gina Brillon, Michelle Buteau, Judah Friedlander, Wyatt Cenac, Sarah Jones, and Sasheer Zamata, who riffed with Fonda in several personae, including a character named Bella, named for Abzug.