What SNL episode is Tina Fey as Sarah Palin?

The 43rd season of “Saturday Night Live” wrapped up with Alec Baldwin returning as President Donald Trump and host Tina Fey reviving her Sarah Palin impression. The opening skit was a spoof of the controversial finale of “The Sopranos,” the HBO show about the mafia that ended in 2007.

Who did Tina Fey impersonate?

Sarah Palin
Tina Fey first portrayed Sarah Palin on Sept. 13, 2008 on “Saturday Night Live.” She won a Primetime Emmy Award for her impersonation the following year, and went on to play the role several times through 2016.

Who impersonated Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live?

Fey spoke about her experience guesting on “Saturday Night Live” during the 2008 presidential campaign. Deep into her role playing then-vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, “SNL” made the choice to have Palin appear on the show to respond.

Who did Tina Fey play on Saturday Night Live?

Governor Sarah Palin
The first sketch, “A Nonpartisan Message from Governor Sarah Palin & Senator Hillary Clinton,” aired during the thirty-fourth season premiere of SNL on September 13, 2008. The sketch starred Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as Palin and Clinton, respectively.

Who played McCain on SNL?

He was impersonated by Chris Parnell three times from February 5, 2000 to December 10, 2005 and by Darrell Hammond eight times from to March 15, 2008 to March 7, 2009.

Who plays Sarah Palin?

Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore talks ‘Lisey’s Story,’ unforgettable roles In a career filled with standout performances, one of Julianne Moore’s most recognized was her portrayal of Sarah Palin in the 2012 HBO movie “Game Change” that earned her a Golden Globe and an Emmy.

Did Al Gore ever host SNL?

Al Gore. Two years after the Vice President lost his bid for the Oval Office in 2000, he landed a hosting gig in a season 28 episode.