So, as expected/hoped-for, Lorne Michaels was able to talk Tina Fey into popping into the "Saturday Night Live" season premiere for the part she was born to play: Sarah Palin. If you missed the sketch last night, you can see it on Hulu and at NBC.com.
We all knew that Fey and Palin were dead ringers physically, but she also nailed Palin's Marge Gunderson accent, then left it to Amy Poehler's Hillary Clinton to rip into the notion that her supporters should now vote for McCain because he put a woman on the ticket. ("Please, ask this one about dinosaurs!") It was one of the better recent "SNL" political sketches.
I haven't watched the rest of the episode yet and may not get a chance for a while, but I imagine that the opening sketch is the one thing people will want to talk about. So, what did everybody else think?