Monday, September 15, 2008

Vote for Tina!

How many of you Bloggy Readers predicted that Tina Fey, late of SNL, would return to that classic late-nite show to showcase her incredible talents as a mimic and a satirist?

Take a look at last Saturday's opening SNL sketch. Fey, as Veep Nominee Sarah Barracuda, does a near-flawless imitation opposite sidekick Amy Poehler as the Long-Suffering Hillary. What a Hoot-and-a-Half!

The Chicago Tribune--we know, that Darned Media Again!--seems to think Fey out-Palined Palin. Even our Journalistas, who often live under rocks because they're a) Teenagers & b) Not So Interested in the Real World, thought the sketch was a stitch.

It's Critically Important that you Cast Your Ballot on this Pressing Issue. Gosh, we love it when Silliness supplants Serious Political Discourse during the Presidential Sweepstakes!

Seriously, What do you think?


Blog Stalker said...

Tina Fey is a definite 'twin' of Palin. She definitely lived up to the hype on portraying her.

I'm sure she will be back until the election for sure. And if McCain/Palin win then she has at least 4 years of employment at SNL.

Have a great day!

Veggie Mom said...

This is soooooo funny! I wonder what Hillary thinks when she sees the Poehler impression of her?

Candid Carrie said...

I watched it Sunday morning, laughed so hard I watched it again and then one more time.

I thought both women were equally "jabbed" and I think it is so cool that Tina Fey came back.

Damn, I wish I was so good at something I had no choice but to go and do it because it was what the people wanted (and it paid really really really good).

Marrdy said...

I just saw this today. It is too funny. They both are perfect!!

Dawn said...

I figured she would be back when I saw the comparisons to Sarah Palin. The skit was really cute!

Tara R. said...

I though Fey was spot on in her impersonation of Palin. Hubs called the night Palin was named McCain's running mate. I thought the skit was hilarious.

Amy said...

I can see Russia from my house!

Melissa B. said...

Ames: I visited Anchorage once. Does that count for "foreign policy experience"?


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