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View Full Version : Sarah Palin may make SNL cameo this weekend


Ronnie Dobbs
09-25-08, 11:29 AM
http://www.okmagazine.com/posts/view/9219/

SARAH PALIN TO MAKE SNL CAMEO?

Two weekends ago, Tina Fey ignited an internet sensation with her hilarious, spot-on spoof of Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live. And now, according to sources close to the show, it looks like there's a possibility the Alaska Governor could get a chance to get her on-air revenge with a cameo appearance of her own!

The whispers bouncing around the halls of NBC today say Palin is currently considering doing a surprise pop-in on the long-running late-night sketch comedy show. Additionally, OK! is hearing that Emmy-winner Fey might reprise her now-infamous impersonation.

The discussions have gotten to the point that security for the "hockey mom" did a thorough walk-through of the Rockefeller Center studio on Wednesday in preparation for the possible SNL guest shot.

cdollaz
09-25-08, 11:41 AM
Not much of a surprise pop-in if we are hearing about it 2 days out.

JasonTHX
09-25-08, 11:51 AM
And everybody in the audience will cheer and go nuts, the following week SNL will go back to making jokes about her and the audience will hoot and hollar at those to. People are such sheep. Will anyone who is against her, actually boo? I know it's rude and disrespectful, but really. And it's no secret SNL is strongly endorsing Barack. But Palin's no dummy. She wanted to be on Oprah, even though O is strongly supporting Obama. The more people she goes in front of, the better her chances are. What's with all this hiding she is doing? Doesn't the American public (and the world) deserve to know who the candidates are as people? How many interviews has Palin given so far? Two?
There is a discussion on Nikki Finke's blog about how McCain bailed out on Letterman last night, told Dave he was headed back to Washington to attend a meeting regarding the economic crises only to show up an hour later sitting across Katie Couric's legs at CBS news in New York.

Sorry, didn't mean to turn this into a political discussion. In regards to TV entertainment, I don't think Palin's appearence will change anybody's mind, if they are against her. But I guess it shows she's a good sport. Just don't let it be awkward like when Hilary stands next to Amy in her Hilary wig.

Still Fey and Palin on the stage together could be greatness. Fey can save anything.
She even makes American Express ads interesting.

DarkestPhoenix
09-25-08, 12:03 PM
And everybody in the audience will cheer and go nuts, the following week SNL will go back to making jokes about her and the audience will hoot and hollar at those to. People are such sheep. Will anyone who is against her, actually boo? I know it's rude and disrespectful, but really. And it's no secret SNL is strongly endorsing Barack. But Palin's no dummy. She wanted to be on Oprah, even though O is strongly supporting Obama. The more people she goes in front of, the better her chances are. What's with all this hiding she is doing? Doesn't the American public (and the world) deserve to know who the candidates are as people? How many interviews has Palin given so far? Two?

There is a discussion on Nikki Finke's blog about how McCain bailed out on Letterman last night, told Dave he was headed back to Washington to attend a meeting regarding the economic crises only to show up an hour later sitting across Katie Couric's legs at CBS news in New York.

Sorry, didn't mean to turn this into a political discussion. In regards to TV entertainment, I don't think Palin's appearence will change anybody's mind, if they are against her. But I guess it shows she's a good sport. Just don't let it be awkward like when Hilary stands next to Amy in her Hilary wig.

Still Fey and Palin on the stage together could be greatness. Fey can save anything. She even makes American Express ads interesting.

Uh, what? Why say she wants to be on shows and then say she's hiding? Don't get that.

I don't mind the Letterman snub, though...most of these douche-bags are in bed with Obama, so fuck them and their shows. You could at least try to hide it, if you don't, you can't be surprised by the 'opposition' not wanting to boost your ratings.

CPA-ESQ.
09-25-08, 12:16 PM
She has time for this - but not to talk to reporters -ohbfrank-

JasonTHX
09-25-08, 12:31 PM
Uh, what? Why say she wants to be on shows and then say she's hiding? Don't get that.

Yeah, I probably didn't make much sense. I guess she is being very choosey about who she gives interviews to, and on whose shows she appears on. But I have an inkling it's more McCain's and their people's choosing rather then her's.

But I don't know.

Who does? LOL.

Getting back to entertainment and SNL. Anything can happen, she might have to cancel. SNL did give time to Obama, so it's fair they give time to McCain/Palin.

Groucho
09-25-08, 12:35 PM
She wants to be on fluff shows, but nothing where she might get asked challenging questions.

CKMorpheus
09-25-08, 12:55 PM
ZZzz... Unless it brings the funny, I don't care.

DRG
09-25-08, 01:48 PM
If they want to really go for it, they should go to the set of 30 Rock and film a bit with Palin taking over the role of Liz Lemon. :)

Giantrobo
09-25-08, 01:53 PM
They're saying this may not happen since every politician and candidate is pretending to give a fuck about the economy. With McCain suspending his campaign she might follow that same route with this appearance.

Oh well, I would like to see her on SNL; but then again as mentioned above, fuck 'em.

All these shows are deep in obama's asshole and seeing other(read Non-Demo) candidates on these shows just really seems phoney baloney.

I'll at least give it to Oprah for being honest about not wanting Palin on until, as she put it, "Maybe after the election". She doesn't want to give anyone but Obama any chance of snagging a few more votes before the election.

RichC2
09-25-08, 01:54 PM
So... is it going to be Palin dressed as Fey and Fey dressed as Palin?

Me007gold
09-25-08, 01:56 PM
The only way i will watch is if she shows up as Tina Fey



I'll at least give Oprah for being honest about not wanting Palin on until, as she put it, "Maybe after the election". She doesn't want to give anyone but Obama any chance of snagging a few more votes before the election.


and I dont think she will have to be be on Oprah, with her being the VP and all ;)

GoldenJCJ
09-25-08, 02:13 PM
They're saying this may not happen since every politician and candidate is pretending to give a fuck about the economy. With McCain suspending his campaign she might follow that same route with this appearance.
If McCain ends up actually delaying Fridays debate with Obama, I can't see any way they would let Palin on SNL on Saturday.

I'm guessing the only reason they gave Palin a shot was to equal the air time since Obabma was supposed to be on last week. Since Obama didn't show, I see no reason why SNL producers would want Palin on.


Also a note to SNL: Fey was funny the first time she portayed Palin, please don't beat this joke into the ground. Let it die with some dignity.

coli
09-25-08, 02:21 PM
I hate when politicians go on these shows, as I wish they would stay away and worry about other things, maybe the 'economy';)

Unfortunately, because people usually eat stuff like this up cause the candidate comes off as 'real' to the public, politicians will keep going on Leno, Letterman, John Stewart, The View, and SNL to try to win votes.

JasonTHX
09-25-08, 02:24 PM
Have all the candidates appear on Real Time with Bill Maher. The audiences there don't give a :mad2:, If they don't like you - they'll let you know it. LOL.

DJLinus
09-25-08, 02:44 PM
Unfortunately, because people usually eat stuff like this up cause the candidate comes off as 'real' to the public, politicians will keep going on Leno, Letterman, John Stewart, The View, and SNL to try to win votes.

You left out the WWE.

Giantrobo
09-25-08, 02:50 PM
and I dont think she will have to be be on Oprah, with her being the VP and all ;)

Well chances are Obama will win so it'll be a non issue. But there was some anger towards Oprah from her Conservative fans for not wanting her on.

Hey, it's her show, it's a free country, and she can do what she wants. :up:

Giantrobo
09-25-08, 02:53 PM
Have all the candidates appear on Real Time with Bill Maher. The audiences there don't give a :mad2:, If they don't like you - they'll let you know it. LOL.

Yeah and we pretty much know how that will go. :lol:

Either way, I really hope Palin doesn't show up on SNL.

Jadzia
09-25-08, 03:02 PM
I'll at least give it to Oprah for being honest about not wanting Palin on until, as she put it, "Maybe after the election". She doesn't want to give anyone but Obama any chance of snagging a few more votes before the election.

Oprah is not having ANY of the candidates on, including Obama. She is keeping her support of Obama separate from the show, which I think is wise.

Michael Corvin
09-25-08, 03:16 PM
She has time for this - but not to talk to reporters -ohbfrank-

She wants to be on fluff shows, but nothing where she might get asked challenging questions.

It's great isn't it? They can't risk her sounding like she knows absolutely nothing. It would destroy that MILF Hocky-mom image thing they got going.

aktick
09-25-08, 03:41 PM
It's great isn't it? They can't risk her sounding like she knows absolutely nothing. It would destroy that MILF Hocky-mom image thing they got going.

Hey, she couldn't sound any worse than this. ;)

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Giantrobo
09-25-08, 04:05 PM
Oprah is not having ANY of the candidates on, including Obama.

Sure I got all that.



She is keeping her support of Obama separate from the show, which I think is wise.

But come on, she doesn't have to have him on when one thinks of how influential her choice of Obama is.

Either way, I hope Palin stays off of SNL. (keeping things on topic so this thread doesn't get flushed into the Politics forum shithole) :p

aktick
09-25-08, 04:09 PM
Either way, I hope Palin stays off of SNL. (keeping things on topic so this thread doesn't get flushed into the Politics forum shithole) :p

I agree. It does nothing for her or the ticket. It does nothing for SNL other than make them look like they are trying too hard to be "fair." And I suppose it won't do much of anything for Obama.

wmansir
09-25-08, 04:15 PM
I would be surprised to see this, if only because of McCain's campaign "suspension" or whatever this week. He's already getting flack for skipping Letterman and trying to postpone the debate, this would only add more fuel.

big whoppa
09-25-08, 05:21 PM
I couldn't give a rat's ass. Politicians are not funny. You're not supposed to laugh with them, just laugh AT them.

Jason
09-25-08, 06:34 PM
You left out the WWE.

Ralph Nader with a folding chair FTW!

riley_dude
09-26-08, 11:06 AM
Another reason not to watch.

Michael Corvin
09-26-08, 12:44 PM
I couldn't give a rat's ass. Politicians are not funny. You're not supposed to laugh with them, just laugh AT them.

:lol: Truth!

Michael Corvin
09-26-08, 12:52 PM
Hey, she couldn't sound any worse than this. ;)

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Both candidates have those 'duh' moments. We could go back and forth all day. The difference between them and Palin is that they've done a dozen or more speeches a month for the past six months, they're bound to slip up. Palin spoke to Charlie Gibson and ... um, yea ... hello?

Of course, her not appearing or speaking to anyone would only benefit SNL. People will tune in just because that's the only place to see her. SNL's viewership will be up that night. I think more people have seen Tina Fey portraying Palin speak more than seeing Sarah Palin herself. It's hard to say if her appearing would help more than hurt the Republican ticket.

aktick
09-26-08, 01:45 PM
Both candidates have those 'duh' moments. We could go back and forth all day. The difference between them and Palin is that they've done a dozen or more speeches a month for the past six months, they're bound to slip up. Palin spoke to Charlie Gibson and ... um, yea ... hello?

Of course, her not appearing or speaking to anyone would only benefit SNL. People will tune in just because that's the only place to see her. SNL's viewership will be up that night. I think more people have seen Tina Fey portraying Palin speak more than seeing Sarah Palin herself. It's hard to say if her appearing would help more than hurt the Republican ticket.

Something tells me you wouldn't be voting for the Republican ticket no matter who was on there with McCain. :p

And I agree they all have those "duh" moments, but you've gotta admit a couple of those Obama ones were pretty bad...if Palin, Biden, or McCain didn't know what they were talking about, they would at least be able to sound like they sort of did. :lol:

marty888
09-26-08, 01:52 PM
Don't know why she'd go on SNL ..... she's getting enough laughs with her TV interviews.

My Other Self
09-26-08, 02:41 PM
Don't know why she'd go on SNL ..... she's getting enough laughs with her TV interviews.Yeah.. I caught her Couric interview yesterday. They kept repeating it along with the Letterman/McCain debacle. Funnier than this episode is going to be.

islandclaws
09-26-08, 07:52 PM
Please, no. Palin needs to be on TV debating issues with Biden or answering tough, hard-hitting questions about her beliefs. She doesn't need to be popping up on SNL to deliver a few awkward lines to garner a round of applause she doesn't deserve so people can start talking about her again as the "cute, funny MILF" they want to see in office.

Michael Corvin
09-26-08, 08:40 PM
Something tells me you wouldn't be voting for the Republican ticket no matter who was on there with McCain. :p

And I agree they all have those "duh" moments, but you've gotta admit a couple of those Obama ones were pretty bad...if Palin, Biden, or McCain didn't know what they were talking about, they would at least be able to sound like they sort of did. :lol:

Yes those videos were pretty bad, but everyone can have an 'off' day. Here's McCain having more than a few 'off' days.

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As for who is getting my vote, it's whichever candidate who will serve the country best right now. So far I've voted in four elections. Voted Democratic twice and Republican twice. This year breaks the tie. :D

aktick
09-26-08, 08:58 PM
As for who is getting my vote, it's whichever candidate who will serve the country best right now. So far I've voted in four elections. Voted Democratic twice and Republican twice. This year breaks the tie. :D

Fence sitter! ;)

Michael Corvin
09-27-08, 08:28 AM
:lol:

Giantrobo
09-27-08, 09:56 AM
Fence sitter! ;)


Nope. Clearly he swings both ways...

calhoun07
09-28-08, 10:56 AM
So what happened to her being on SNL? Did the McCain camp issue any kind of official (BS) statement?

Perhaps she realized there was sound on the show and that she may have to talk, or she finally watched the Tina Fey sketch with the sound up and realized SNL does NOT like her. Or maybe McCain figured it best to keep her off the show since he couldn't do Letterman the other day and doesn't want any more attention brought to the issue by having people ask why can his VP nod do a comedy show when he bows out himself.

dx23
10-13-08, 10:42 AM
Don't know if this should go on the politics forum, but since it has to do with Tina Fey and Sarah Palin, I'll put it here:

Fey Blamed For 'Ruining' Palin's Reputation
13 October 2008 9:10 AM, PDT


Comedienne Tina Fey has been blamed for the Republican party's recent slip in the polls ahead of the U.S. presidential election, after impersonating vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin on comedy sketch series Saturday Night Live.

According to a recent poll taken by the Washington Times, the "Tina Fey effect" has turned supporters off the Alaskan governor and her running-mate, presidential candidate John McCain.

Political scientist Jerald Podair tells the New York Post: "Presidential impersonators do influence elections, and in this one, Tina Fey is well on her way to ruining Sarah Palin's political career. In a political culture that takes its cues from popular culture, a good impersonator may be worth a million votes.

"The parodies may have done a bit of damage. People remember Gerald Ford through the prism of Chevy Chase. Ford was among our most athletic presidents, and he had a wide-ranging knowledge of public-policy issues. But because of SNL, many came to think of him as a buffoon."

But the reviews have yet to effect Palin's own praise of Fey, with rumours still swirling the politician will make a cameo alongside the comedienne on the show.

Earlier this month, Palin told reporters she would be open to make an appearance, adding: "I love her, she's a hoot (fun) and she's so talented. It would be fun to meet her, imitate her and keep on giving her new material."

http://www.imdb.com/news/ni0582817/

Funny they think that since Palin herself is coming with most of the material. Tina just has to repeat what Sarah said.

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LorenzoL
10-13-08, 10:52 AM
They make it sound like political satire was just invented so they can ruin Palin's reputation.

Groucho
10-13-08, 11:00 AM
If Fey has such a sway on voters, than her "Bitch is the new black" speech should have secured Clinton's nomincation.

starman9000
10-13-08, 11:05 AM
W certainly lost both of his elections because of Will Ferrell.

big whoppa
10-13-08, 04:15 PM
I never get why Republicans can't take a joke. Tight asses.

GoldenJCJ
10-13-08, 05:46 PM
I never get why Republicans can't take a joke. Tight asses.

They enjoy it as much as the next guy...until they slip in the polls, then it's everyone's fault but their own.

Giantrobo
10-13-08, 07:51 PM
I believe it did contributed and Tina Fey isn't the only one. Granted, it probably wasn't a huge factor. I mean come on, an almost weekly barrage of Palin bits and jokes from all over that are less than flattering? You guys don't see how that can influence people who're on the fence?

But it certainly wasn't the only thing that helped. People simply realizing they don't like Palin after "kinda" getting to know more about her and other things all added up.

Ask Kip Winger about "Beavis and Butthead", then come back to me about how satire doesn't influence people. :lol:;)

Matthew Chmiel
10-13-08, 07:56 PM
If Fey has such a sway on voters, than her "Bitch is the new black" speech should have secured Clinton's nomincation.
I preferred, "Black is the new president, bitch."

Giantrobo
10-13-08, 07:58 PM
I preferred, "Black is the new president, bitch."


rotfl

Rypro 525
10-17-08, 03:12 AM
well apparently (according to Larry King Live of all places), Palin will make a cameo appearence this sat

Chew
10-17-08, 07:03 AM
I can't wait to see what kind of audience reaction that receives.

majorjoe23
10-17-08, 07:06 AM
Ask Kip Winger about "Beavis and Butthead", then come back to me about how satire doesn't influence people. :lol:;)

Holy crap, I did that once. I was just trying to get a funny quote, asking him something like "13 years later, they're gone and you're still rocking. Do you feel like you had the last laugh?"

He just said "Next question," and seemed defensive for the rest of the interview. It sucked.

mspmms
10-17-08, 10:46 AM
I never get why Republicans can't take a joke. Tight asses.

I dont' think so...
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islandclaws
10-17-08, 12:15 PM
I can't wait to see what kind of audience reaction that receives.

Resounding applause, what else? The SNL audience will laugh at her (and her incompetence) week in and week out, but as soon as she shows up they'll greet her like a celebrity. Sheep.

Dukemstr
10-17-08, 12:27 PM
If only we would have seen this funny mccain instead of grumpy mccain at the debate maybe he would have scored some points out of it...

Goat3001
10-17-08, 01:47 PM
Resounding applause, what else? The SNL audience will laugh at her (and her incompetence) week in and week out, but as soon as she shows up they'll greet her like a celebrity. Sheep.

:whofart:

Seriously? The reason they're laughing at Sarah Palin isn't because they hate her its because the jokes about her are funny. People laughed when they made fun of Mark Wahlberg last week and if he showed up they'd give him an applause too. Just because you're cracking jokes about someone doesn't mean you're going to boo them when they get on stage. If anything, you'd be impressed with how well they can take a joke.

jimmy86
10-17-08, 02:00 PM
I thought McCain was great.I'm going Obama but this cracked me up.

Big Boy Laroux
10-17-08, 02:43 PM
Gotta give equal time to Obama:

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Achtung
10-17-08, 03:32 PM
Resounding applause, what else? The SNL audience will laugh at her (and her incompetence) week in and week out, but as soon as she shows up they'll greet her like a celebrity. Sheep.

That's not how that Flyers crowd greeted her.

Goldberg74
10-17-08, 03:55 PM
I dont' think so...
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Gotta give equal time to Obama:

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McCain won that one. :up::up:

Too bad it doesn't count. ;)

dx23
10-17-08, 09:50 PM
Since the NY crowd can sometimes be smartasses, I wouldn't be surprised that she's booed out of the building. Everyone saw what Philly did to her last week at the Flyers game.

HEALTHlESTHEART
10-17-08, 11:45 PM
What this show really needs is for there to be Presidential elections each year.

My Other Self
10-18-08, 01:44 PM
I'm sure NBC is has something that attendees can't boo or something.. there's no way she'll be booed off, and it's not because NY people are pansies.

Obey The D
10-18-08, 02:19 PM
Everyone saw what Philly did to her last week at the Flyers game.

In their defense, this was the outfit she was wearing:
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DJLinus
10-18-08, 03:31 PM
In their defense, this was the outfit she was wearing:

:lol: Good thing for her it wasn't Free Battery Night.

riley_dude
10-19-08, 11:53 AM
Hopefully this will put the final nail in her campaign coffin.

My Other Self
10-19-08, 01:13 PM
So anyone watch it last night?

calhoun07
10-19-08, 06:48 PM
So anyone watch it last night?

McFly...what a fitting user name.

http://forum.dvdtalk.com/tv-talk/541869-snl-10-18-08-h-josh-brolin-mg-adele-plus-sarah-palin-maybe-mark-wahlberg.html

Brent L
10-19-08, 07:24 PM
http://www.thrfeed.com/2008/10/sarah-palins-sn.html

Sarah Palin's visit to "Saturday Night Live" drew the show's highest overnight rating in 14 years.

DVD Josh
10-19-08, 09:55 PM
Hopefully this will put the final nail in her campaign coffin.

Sarah Palin's visit to "Saturday Night Live" drew the show's highest overnight rating in 14 years.

Although it wouldn't surprise me if many Americans made their electoral choices based on satirical SNL skits.

Tscott
10-19-08, 10:25 PM
Sarah Palin's visit to "Saturday Night Live" drew the show's highest overnight rating in 14 years.

Although it wouldn't surprise me if many Americans made their electoral choices based on satirical SNL skits.

I'm voting for Tim Calhoun of the Write-in Party.