Complete videos and highlights of "Saturday Night Live's" Sarah Palin skits, including Tina Fey's impersonations of Palin and Palin's guest appearance on SNL.
Tina Fey reprised her famous Sarah Palin impression on Saturday Night Live in a sketch lampooning the 2012 Republican presidential hopefuls. "It's just so great to be back on Fox News, a network that both pays me and shows me the questions ahead of time," Fey said. "I just hope that tonight the lamestream media won't twist my words by repeating them verbatim."
Tina Fey reprises her Sarah Palin impression on "Saturday Night Live," appearing in a sketch introducing a mock "Sarah Palin Network."
"Saturday Night Live" combines Sarah Palin and the disaster movie "2012" to imagine a world in which Palin wins the presidency.
Tina Fey impersonates Sarah Palin alongside Amy Poehler as Hillary Clinton in the first of Fey's Palin send-ups on "Saturday Night Live." In this skit Fey famously declares, "I can see Russia from my house!"
Tina Fey reprises her Sarah Palin impersonation in a "Saturday Night Live" skit mocking Palin's disastrous interview with CBS's Katie Couric.
Tina Fey impersonates Sarah Palin in a "Saturday Night Live" skit satirizing the vice presidential debate, also featuring Queen Latifah as debate moderator Gwen Ifill.
Sarah Palin makes a much-anticipated appearance on "Saturday Night Live" in a skit featuring Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Lorne Michaels, and Mark Wahlberg.
Amy Poehler performs the Palin Rap on "Saturday Night Live's" Weekend Update, as Sarah Palin dances along to the beat.
Will Ferrell dusts off his Bush impersonation to give his endorsement to John McCain and Sarah Palin. In a skit featuring Tina Fey as Palin and Darrell Hammond as McCain, Ferrell offers Palin his political "strategery," explaining that the role of vice president was "the most important in the land" and that the "president can do nothing without checking with the vice president."
The real John McCain appeared in the opening sketch of SNL with Tina Fey as Sarah Palin. The skit featured the presidential ticket addressing the nation on QVC and attempting to spread their message by selling McCain-themed items due to their own limited funds. In the funniest moment of the sketch, Palin darted to the side and announced she was "going rogue", holding up a "Palin in 2012" T-shirt.
Sarah Palin appears on Saturday Night Live's Presidential Bash on the even of the 2008 election and awkwardly jokes about revoking the show's broadcast license.
Appearing on the "Late Show with David Letterman," Tina Fey shares her formula for spoofing Sarah Palin on "Saturday Night Live" and the impact it's had on her career.