Palin smiles as SNL mocks her

October 19, 2008 7:15:05 AM PDT
Sarah Palin can give as good as she gets. The Republican vice presidential nominee appeared on NBC-TV's "Saturday Night Live" and played along as Tina Fey reprised her impersonation of the Alaska governor.

Palin stood with Executive Producer Lorne Michaels late Saturday as the two watched Palin stage a mock news conference. Palin lamented Michaels wouldn't let her impersonate Fey on her show, "30 Rock," but Michaels said no one watched the program anyway.

Palin then stood and smiled as actor Alec Baldwin -- who co-stars on "30 Rock" with Fey -- confused Palin for Fey and told Michaels he shouldn't let Fey demean herself by portraying the governor.

Palin went on to deliver the show's signature starting line, "Live from New York, it's `Saturday Night."'

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