Tina Fey launches Sarah Palin Network on 'Saturday Night Live'

tina-fey-sarah-palin-networ.jpg Tina Fey returned to "Saturday Night Live" on April 10 and brought her spot-on impersonation of Sarah Palin with her. This time around, it was to launch the Sarah Palin Network, which is to keep Palin busy until 2012 when she runs for President.

The network includes such shows as "Tea Party Wheel of Fortune" (Obamar is a Terrist), "Are You Smarter than a Half-term Governor," "Elites," "Hey Journalist, I Gotcha," "Alaskanence: The show about a single woman who doesn't believe in having sex before marriage, who is struggling to raise her three young children," and what do you get when a renegade snowmobile cop from Anchorage gets transferred to New York City? "Todd."

Pretty much Fey's entire episode was comedic gold. Our personal favorite segment was her sarcastic, biting Women's News segment on Weekend Update. You can check out all her greatest sketches from her second time hosting "SNL" here in our review

And remember -- Tina Fey will be back on "Saturday Night Live" on May 8 for the Betty White-hosted episode. She'll be joined by fellow alumnae Amy Poehler, Rachel Dratch, Maya Rudolph, Ana Gasteyer and Molly Shannon. We can hardly wait.




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