Did "SNL" bring back actress and comedian Tina Fey for her iconic Sarah Palin portrayal to poke fun at the former half-term Alaska governor's endorsement of Donald Trump for president? You betcha.
Fey as Palin and Darrell Hammond as Trump opened "Saturday Night Live" with their version of the endorsement. Fey even seemed to be wearing the same Milly beaded bolero that Palin wore.
“We’ve seen our own children targeted by the police for no reason other than they committed some crimes,” Fey said, impersonating Palin whose son Track Palin was arrested the day before the endorsement and charged in a domestic disturbance. “We turn on the news every morning and are shocked to see we’re not even on it, because we’ve been replaced by immigrants like Geraldo Rivera.”
"She's a firecracker. She's a real pistol," Hammond as Trump said during the opening. "She's crazy, isn't she?"
Along with appearances from Fey and Hammond, former UFC champion and mixed martial arts fighter Ronda Rousey made her "SNL" debut and hosted the episode.