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Crooks and Liars- By Heather
May 07, 2011 09:35 PM
Since so many of the undeclared potential presidential contenders decided to skip the first official Republican primary debate, Saturday Night Live decided to treat us to their version of the GOP 2012 Undeclared Candidates Debate, with Tina Fey returning as Sarah Palin.
The segment also featured Bill Hader as Fox’s Shepard Smith, Jason Sudeikis as Mitt Romney, Darrell Hammond as Donald Trump, Kristen Wiig as Michele Bachmann, Bobby Moynihan as Newt Gingrich and Kenan Thompson as the Rent is Too Damn High Party’s Jimmy McMillan.
As expected, Fey stole the show with her Palin impression.
hat tip to Huffington Post for the photo and video
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Posted in Sarah Palin, SNL, Tina Fey, Video, tagged Comedy, Sarah Palin, Sarah Palin Network, Sarah Palin Network SNL, SNL, Snl Sarah Palin, Snl Tina Fey Sarah Palin, Tina Fey, Tina Fey Sarah Palin, Tina Fey Sarah Palin Video, Tina Fey SNL, Video on April 11, 2010 |
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Huffington Post | Alex Leo First Posted: 04-11-10 12:20 AM
Tina Fey hosted “Saturday Night Live” this week with musical guest Justin Bieber and while the latter’s fans likely had no idea what was going on, the former reprised her role as Sarah Palin. Fey, hosting for the second time, dressed in a leather jacket and unveiled Palin’s new career path–owning her very own network. It will feature shows such as “Todd!”, “Are You Smarter than a Half-Term Governor?” and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” (that’s right, SNL firmly landed in Team Coco).
Not only did the sketch mock Palin, her family, and the Republican Party (note the Kenneth the Pag-ing of Bobby Jindal), but it also went after the tea-partiers for their constant misspellings and grammar mistakes in their protest signs.
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