Sarah Palin has enjoyed a long, illustrious career in quitting. She quit her job as governor. She quit attending four different colleges. She quit her reality show. She quit her big fancy cross-country bus tour, and then quit calling it "quitting." But now, finally, after what seems like decades of dealing with her…
Despite the fact that Sarah Palin did not hold public office at any point in 2010, she resolutely refused to go away. Let's take a look back at her book-pluggin', fish-clubbin', common-sense-defyin' year.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Anderson Cooper finally meets Real Housewives Nene, someone gave 81-year-old Barbara Walters boxing gear for Christmas, and Bill Maher calls Ryan Seacrest gay—to his face.
Sarah Palin's Alaska disinvited a media critic from its podcast this week — because organizers were worried about what Palin supporters might do if they got too riled up.
On last night's episode, Kate and her eight kids joined the Palins for a cross-promotional freezing cold, rainy camping trip in the Alaskan wilderness. Kate was "miserable," saying, "Why would you pretend to be homeless?" So she left.
After a record-setting premier, ratings for Sarah Palin's Alaska have dropped 40%. Shockingly, people may have tuned into the first episode out of "sheer curiosity rather than eagerness to see an Alaska-based travelogue reality show."
Last night, the folks from TLC hosted an event aimed at showing media types how totally not political their upcoming reality show Sarah Palin's Alaska will be. We're not buying it.
The Mama Grizzly That America Never Asked For normally makes me want to punch baby deer, but I was actually able to watch this clip from her upcoming reality show with the sound on. What. The. Fuck.
"I'd rather be doing this than in some stuffy old political office," Sarah Palin says in the new trailer for her reality show. "I'd rather be out here being free." Promise?
Sarah's forthcoming reality/documentary show will reportedly cost $1 million an episode to produce. But why bother when there's already a treasure trove of existing material? As demonstrated in this parody, only Sarah could make mashed potatoes sound ominous.