Saturday Night Live: Will Ferrell and Tina Fey Mock Bush, Palin

Saturday Night Live: Will Ferrell and Tina Fey Mock Bush, Palin

Saturday Night Live: Will Ferrell and Tina Fey Mock Bush, Palin

President Bush compliments Sarah Palin’s ‘folksiness’ and implores voters to picture his face whenever they think of John McCain.


Will Ferrell made a guest appearance on a prime-time Saturday Night Live special this week, reprising his role as George W. Bush. Ferrell was joined by Tina Fey, who did another brilliant impersonation of Republican VP pick Sarah Palin. Ferrell’s Bush re-endorses a reluctant McCain (Darrell Hammond) and tells the audience in no uncertain terms a “vote for John McCain is a vote for George W. Bush.”

Marissa Colón-Margolies

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