Tina Fey & Amy Poehler Bring Their Palin & Clinton Back to 'SNL'
Last night on "Saturday Night Live," co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, promoting their film "Sisters," brought back their most famous political impressions — Amy's Hillary Clinton 2008 arrived to coach Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton 2015, while Tina's Sarah Palin was on hand to rile up both Hillarys.
When Kate's Hillary suggested a fist-bump with her past self, she explained, "Oh, I'm sorry, that's how I have to talk in 2015. Not enough to just work hard, we have to be cool but tough, soft but strong, a sweet old lady but a sweet old lady that says, 'Yassss, queen!'"
Hillary 2008 "hit the effin' floor" when told that the Republican front-runner this time is Donald Trump, but she wasn't happy when Fey's Palin told her, "Oh, you poor thing —I heard that after you lost, you had to become a secretary."
" — of State!" the exasperated Hillarys chimed in.
Then, in an epic speech, Fey's Palin said:
"Now here's my advice: Ya gotta do what ya believe in your spirit, but also: America. But not teachers and their fat, liberal books, but also. And even, why worry about fast-food wages with their status quo, which is another Latin word — 'status quo.' Meanwhile, Americans are bein' taken for a ride, and also, the man can only ride you when your back is bent, so ..."
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Tina and Amy — with a big boost from musical guest Bruce Springsteen — brought "SNL" its best ratings in 22 months, trumping even the hosting turn by Donald Trump.