Tina Fey calls Sarah Palin 'sexism' charges baloney!
Seriously, what are the chances?
Adam McKay, Will Ferrell's writing partner in Hollywood who wrote the SNL sketch in which Ferrell's fumbling W. gives Fey's flirty Palin an endorsement, tells Vanity Fair: "It is the most ridiculous, borderline-dangerous thing that the Republican vice-presidential nominee happened to look like the funniest woman working in America. What if the next Republican presidential nominee looks exactly like Seth Rogen?"
For the record, Tina Fey doesn't think her Palin impersonations were sexist. She thinks the accusations of the skits being sexist are what's sexist.
Wait, let her explain. After she saw a TV entertainment reporter say that Palin had been gracious toward Fey, but Fey hadn't been gracious toward Palin, she told Maureen Dowd in the Vanity Fair article: