Bil Browning

Tina Fey is going to be "sleeping with de mooses" soon

Filed By Bil Browning | September 29, 2008 8:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment, Media
Tags: funny videos, Katie Couric, McCain/Palin, Palin impersonations, Palin interviews, Sarah Palin, Saturday Night Live, Tina Fey

If Tina Fey keeps "mocking" (Is that the word, Sarah? Let's ask Katie Couric!) Sarah Palin, you know Palin is going to the Alaskan mafia... "Godfather Witch Doctor, this Tina Fey woman is trying to thwart God's plan for me! She must be the devil in disguise! Can we declare spiritual warfare now?"

In case you missed it on Saturday night (or all day yesterday on the blogs!), here's Saturday Night Live's latest skit impersonating Sarah Palin. This time they mock her interview with Katie Couric. Remember when you thought the Charlie Gibson back and forth was as bad as it could get? Isn't that what we kept telling ourselves about Bush 2?

And just for good measure, video of the original interview that Tina Fey quotes is after the jump.

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Robert Ganshorn Robert Ganshorn | September 29, 2008 8:21 AM

Damn, I do miss Saturday Night Live! This was great and a wonderful distraction after all I have been through lately. :)

On watching the first clip... laughing my butt off.

On watching the second clip... oh my God!

Jamie Lee Curtis in "A Fish Called Wanda" comes to mind... "I've worn dresses with higher I.Q.'s!"

. . . and they say woman are smarter than men . . . you go girl! Finally, a person who makes Dan Quayle look smart . . . more potatoes for all ;-)