Tracy Morgan’s Speech
Sacha Baron Cohen on celebrities and the recession
Tina Fey “Suck It”
Will Forte’s John Edwards stopped by to explain his affair and possible love child:
Amy Poehler’s Hillary Clinton was the host, talking about her Obama support and talked 2012:
Sarah Palin (not Tina Fey) delivered a message, and talked about how SNL made fun of her:
Fred Armisen’s Obama and Darrell Hammonds’ Chris Matthews
The real John McCain’s message:
And Jason Sudeikis’ Joe Biden:
And a montage of great SNL election moments, introduced by Obama and McCain:
Sen. McCain unveils his new strategies on Weekend Update.
Sen. McCain and Governor PAlin (Fey) address the nation on QVC
The ladies of the view welcome Alec Baldwin (Affleck).
A backstage visit with senator John and Cindy McCain
McCain is set to appear in this weekend’s SNL along with democrat Ben Affleck. This will be McCain’s third time appearing on SNL. He made an appearance in May of this year and hosted the show back in 2002. Wonder if they’ll have Tina Fey on as well? How great would that be!
LOS ANGELES — The sleek ’60s drama “Mad Men” made Emmy history Sunday as the first basic-cable show to win a top series award, while the sitcom “30 Rock” and its stars Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin also emerged as big winners.
“We’re all so very grateful to have jobs in this turkey-burger economy,” Fey said after accepting the best comedy series trophy for her satire about a late-night TV show.
Chevy Chase appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to promote an environmental initiative with his wife, but instead he took the time to compliment Tina Fey’s portrayal of Sarah Palin and at the same time expressed his opinion on Palin and McCain.
“I thought it was extraordinary how well she played her and much she looked like her, I’d like her, personally i felt we didn’t need the Hillary stuff, I’d like her to go even harder. I want her to decimate this woman. This woman, I can’t believe there hasn’t been more about it… It’s just unbelievable to me this woman is actually running for vice president.”
Clip of Tina Fey as Sarah Palin on SNL