On her return to Saturday Night Live, Tina Fey resurrected her Sarah Palin impression to once again lampoon the ex-Alaskan governor. And, well, don't look for the ex-governor to turn up anytime soon as a guest on 30 Rock.
Wearing a classic Palin updo, a black leather jacket, and an American flag pin, Fey previewed a new slate of programming on the fake Sarah Palin Network. The programs included Tea Party Wheel of Fortune, Are you Smarter Than a Half-Term Governor, Dateline: To Catch a Levi Johnston, and Hey Journalist, I Gotcha!, which used re-edited news footage to show Palin outsmarting Katie Couric.
In another sketch, Fey did a commercial parody for "Duncan Hines Brownie Husband," featuring a nearly life-sized chocolate man that fulfills all the needs of a single woman.
Fey also worked with musical guest Justin Bieber. Playing a teacher who has a crush on a dreamy young student named Jason, Fey repeatedly falls into musical daydreams where Bieber's character sings to her.
The show ended with a quirky sketch that featured Fey as a red-headed, nine-inch-tall hooker named Lolene, who had big dreams of moving to Paris.
Did you watch Fey's SNL return? What were your favorite sketches?