'Sarah Palin's Alaska': A first look inside the Palin household

sarah-palins-alaska.png Sarah Palin's highly anticipated TLC reality show, "Sarah Palin's Alaska," premieres on Sunday, November 14 at 9 p.m. EST, but Zap2it has your first look at Palin's adventures right now.

The former governor (and vice-presidential candidate) takes viewers on a rare journey through the northernmost state in the first episode, where she and husband Todd Palin climb to a mountain peak in Denali National Park.

And her bangs don't even fall out of place!

"Family comes first, it's just gotta be that way," we hear Palin say, before telling her daughter, "No boys. Go upstairs." It's an interesting look inside a much-criticized and questioned household. The show's taglines say that there's "only one agenda" -- to put the family first -- and Palin herself says she prefers the adventure to "some stuffy old political office."

Get ready for plenty of Palinisms over the series' 8 week run, like "This is flippin' fun!" We're going to start using that one in our daily lives.



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