Tina Fey Reprises Role As Sarah Palin

Tina Fey has returned to play Sarah Paliln for a second time on Saturday Night Live. The skit portrayed a fourth interview between Sarah Palin and Katie Couric. Palin discussed her trip to New York, home of the liberal media elite. She spoke of enjoying her visit to sites including Central Park and that “goofy evolution museum.” She also stated that “in an attempt to bone up on foreign I went to the Times Square area to see a film about The Bush Doctrine. It’s not at all about politics.”

Palin also discussed going to the U.N. for the first time but was disheartened by home many foreigners there were. She pledged that when she and Senator McCain are elected they will get those jobs back in American hands.

The skit satirized exchanges from the actual interview, including Katie Couric asking about how proximity to Russia gives Palin foreign policy experience and Palin’s incomprehensible comments on the financial crisis. When Palin was unable to answer a question about how she would specifically spread democracy abroad she requested to use one of her life lines to phone a friend. When told that she did not have any life lines she told Couric that she would have to get back to her, as also had to during the actual interview. In response to one question, Tina Fey repeated Palin’s answer word for word.

Update: The original video posted is no longer available but can be seen here.

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