Michigan Democrats are petitioning Fey to visit their state, probably just to confuse the local news.
We hope not!
Sarah Palin may pop up on 'SNL' to strike back at Tina Fey, according to Bill Zwecker of the Chicago 'Sun-Times.'
Fey does Palin again with predictably excellent results (and surprisingly good ratings).
We're not sure if this is funny or sad.
Publishers are bidding upwards of $6 million for a nonfiction book from her — and she hasn't even taken a meeting yet.
The 'SNL' alum reprised her role as Palin — and the people rejoiced.
'Lots of A's,' she explained. 'That was done deliberately for emphasis.'
Tina Fey almost canceled!
In case you missed it, here's the video of Fey doing Sarah Palin.
Will 'SNL' be ... funny?
Pretty badly, we bet!
Plus: Remember that horror movie Liv Tyler made about a month ago? She's making another one!
Plus: Wait, who did Quentin Tarantino just cast in 'Inglorious Bastards'?
Better and funnier than the "chick flick," the GFF swaps weeping, man-chasing, and cancer for trash-talking and road trips.
Plus: 50 Cent is high on life, and Tina Fey's new movie is declared safe for dudes.
Plus: Ne-Yo on his similarity to the Beatles, and Tina Fey on the profitable way to film one's knockers.
Tim Conway plays the '30 Rock' version of Eli Wallach's noble 'Studio 60' character.
Plus: Rose McGowan is still Barbarella, and 'MILF Island' might not be a completely original idea after all.
Plus: Big Boi is today's Stravinsky and Tina Fey is full of cookies.
The two best comedies on TV have sharply different attitudes toward the American workplace — and that's why one's a hit and the other may never be.
The true punch line is the romance of workaholism, as exemplified by the oddball duet between overlord Alec Baldwin and dork-serf Tina Fey.
Plus, George Lucas dispels the Jesus rumors, and Sienna Miller twirls a gun.
Ridley Scott and Leonardo DiCaprio reteam for another project, Ricky Gervais adds more comedy superstars to his new movie, and Broadway casts its big green ogre.