Tina Fey, whose SNL career has been resurrected thanks to Sarah Palin laid down somewhat Baldwin-esque plans for post-election. That is, if McCain and Palin win. Fey says, “That lady is a media star. She is a fascinating person, she’s very likeable. She’s fun to play, and the two bits with Amy, that was super fun." Here's where the Baldwin comes in. She's firm on her deadline. “We’re gonna take it week by week. If she wins, I’m done. I can’t do that for four years. And by ‘I’m done,’ I mean I’m leaving Earth.” Oh.
Could the strong feelings have anything to do with her day job? Fey is on 30 Rock just dubbed by Gawker as the "most liberal show" on TV. Using, I'm sure, complicated math — they've placed a bunch of popular TV shows on a spectrum from most conservative (24) to most liberal (30 Rock). What's a happy medium show, politically? Oddly, South Park is parked right in the middle with what they call "its own brand of Libertarianism." Do the rankings seem off or right on? Any shows you'd add to the spectrum? I'm wondering where Lost would go. . . .