Tina Fey is quickly becoming a one-trick pony. Despite her prolific and varied portfolio as a film and television actress, screenwriter, and producer, it's clear that her favorite role is playing the mean girl.
Over the weekend, she hosted "Saturday Night Live" — and mostly got attention for reprising her role as Sarah Palin in a scathing sketch that managed to mock Palin simultaneously as a self-obsessed reality star, an unsophisticated hick, a fanatical ideologue, and a bad mother. Two years after the last presidential campaign, going after Palin again seems more than meanspirited — it's also a little lazy for such a gifted writer and cultural satirist as Fey.
But what was infinitely more interesting than yet another Palin rendition was the endless barrage of swipes Fey took at other women recently in the news, and for all the wrong reasons.
In one sketch, she played one of Tiger Woods' sex-obsessed mistresses. And during the faux news show "Weekend Update," she railed against Michelle (Bombshell) McGee, the alleged mistress of bad boy Jesse James, Sandra Bullock's wayward husband.
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