Announcer: "We now take you live to the press conference of Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin." Tim Lidecker: "Good evening, I'm Tim Lidecker, I'm Sarah Palin's spokesman, and we're very excited to be holding the Governor's first official spokesperson. Now tonight, nothing is off-limits. While at same time, I urge you guys to be cool. Seriously guys, just be cool. One last thing, no recording devices and don't write anything down." Crowd: "This is a press conference!" Tim Lidecker: "Alright it was worth a shot, you can't blame me for trying. Ok, without further ado, I present Governor Sarah Palin." Sarah Palin (as played by Tina Fey): "First off, I just want to say how excited I am to be both in front of the liberal elite media, as well as the liberal regular media. I am looking forward to a portion of your questions, so um, let's get started!" Reporter 1: "Yeah, what were your thoughts on Senator McCain's debate performance on Thursday?" Sarah Palin (as played by Tina Fey): "You know, I just thought he was great, because the American people are angry. And John McCain is angry too. And you can tell he's angry by the way he sighs, and grits his teeth and he's always going like grrr... And that Barack Obama, well if he's angry I certainly can tell. His words are smooth, when he's talking it's like an angel whispering in your ear. He makes John McCain sound like a garbage truck unloading trash at a landfill. So to answer your question, yeah I think John McCain did great. You guy?" Reporter 2: "Yeah, at a rally in North Carolina this week, you said that you like to visit the quote "pro-America parts of the country." Are there parts of the country that you consider un-American?" Sarah Palin (as played by Tina Fey): "You know that was just my lame attempt at a joke. But, um, yes... New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware, California. Then also you too have states like Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida which could be real real anti-American or real real pro-American, it's up to them. And now I'd like to entertain everybody with some fancy pageant walking." Lorne Michaels: "I really wish uh that had been you." Sarah Palin: "You know Lorne, I just didn't think that was a realistic depiction of how my press conferences would have gone." Lorne Michaels: "Yeah, but it's obviously a heightened reality." Sarah Palin: "Why couldn't we have done the 30 Rock sketch that I wrote?" Lorne Michaels: "Honestly not enough people know that show." Mark Wahlberg: "Lorne." Lorne Michaels: "Mark... mark?" Mark Wahlberg: "I'm looking for Andy Samberg. Where is he?" Lorne Michaels: "Mark, that was all in good fun." Mark Wahlberg: "Are you going to make me bust your head open too? Because I will. Where is he?" Lorne Michaels: "Third dressing room on the left." Mark Wahlberg: "Thank you." Lorne Michaels: "He didn't like the impression we did of him on the show." Sarah Palin: "Tell me about it." Alec Baldwin: "Hey Lorne, hey Tina. Lorne, I need to talk to you. You can't let Tina go out there with that woman. She goes against everything we stand for! I mean good Lord Lorne, they call her, what's that name they call her? 'Cara--', 'Cara--'... what do call her again, Tina?" Sarah Palin: "Uh, that'd be Caribou Barbie." Alec Baldwin: "'Caribou Barbie.' Thank you Tina. I mean this is the most important election in our nation's history, and you want her, our Tina, to go out there and stand there with that horrible woman? What do you have to say for yourself?" Lorne Michaels: "Alec, this is Governor Palin." Sarah Palin: "Hi there." Alec Baldwin: "I see. Uh. Forgive me, but I feel I must say this. You... are way hotter in person." Sarah Palin: "Why thank you." Alec Baldwin: "I mean seriously, I mean I can't believe they let her play you." Sarah Palin: "Oh thank you... and I must say your brother Steven, is my favorite Baldwin brother." Alec Baldwin: "You are a delight. Now come let me take you for a tour of the studio. You know I've hosted the show, how many times Lorne?" Lorne Michaels: "A hundred and seventy five." Alec Baldwin: "A hundred and seventy five..." Sarah Palin (as played by Tina Fey): "To answer your question, I don't worry about the polls. Polls are just a fancy way of predicting what's going to happen. The only poll I care about is the North Pole and that is melting, it's not great... it's not great. What? The real one? Bye!" Sarah Palin: "Thank you, thank you. Now, I'm not going take any of your questions, but I do want to take this opportunity to say 'Live from New York, It's Saturday night!'"


Sarah Palin makes a cameo appearance on Saturday Night Live after three weeks of Tina Fey playing her. Mark Wahlberg and Alec Baldwin also stop by.