Sarah Palin Goes To Hollywood In Alaska With New Reality Show

What Will Happen on Sarah Palin’s Alaska-Themed Reality Show? [Speculation]: ”

What Will Happen on Sarah Palin's Alaska-Themed Reality Show?Word came this morning that two networks, A&E and Discovery, are fighting over quitting governor Palin’s proposed reality series about her native homeland, the Alaska. Which she would host. If this thing actually goes to air, what’ll it be like?

Well, naturally, we have some ideas.

Episode 1: ‘Just 30 Minutes Away from Alaska’

This is what hokey-jokey Alaskans say about Anchorage, because it is so urban that it’s really not part of the real Alaska. So this episode wil feature Future President Palin walking around and pointing out all the trendy elitist shopping districts. She’ll go into a restaurant to try the food, Rachael Ray-style, and will want to look sorta classy for the cameras, so she’ll order a glass of white wine (‘A wine, please’) but then the waiter will ask ‘Would you like to see the wine list?’ and Sarah will guffaw and make a ‘Is this guy crazy or what?’ look to the camera and she’ll say ‘Forget it, I’ll just have an Alaskan Amber.’ Later, she’ll see a homeless Inuit woman servicing two drifters in an alleyway and she’ll look into the camera and say ‘Looks like we got ourselves a community organizer over here, huh?’ That’s Sarah!

Episode 2: ‘The Coldest Winter I Ever Spent…’

This will be the inevitable Wasilla episode, in which Sarah returns to her tribal lands and gets a hero’s welcome. Mostly she’ll parade down the main street with a rifle, shooting at various moose and wolves and Asian people that have been set up beforehand by loyal townsfolk. She’ll then take us on yet another tour of her house, with Todd standing awkwardly in the corner and, if you look close enough, Levi peering in a window, naked. After she cooks ‘us’ up a big mess of moose chili, she’ll take us to one of the hottest stores in town, the rape kit store, where abused women can go and tremblingly fork over money for their very own kits. There will then be the Parade of Palins, with the whole clan processing around town waving. The whole thing ends at a big book burning outside city hall and everyone laughs and cheers until it gets dark and everyone goes to bed, at 2pm.

Episode 3: ‘Drill, Baby, Drill’

To promote Alaska’s leadership in the field of energy, Sarah will take us up to Prudhoe Bay and ANWR and all that fun stuff and we’ll get to watch as she herself mans a drill that plunges deep into the virgin ground and she laughs and laughs and hoots and hollers as hot oil splashes all over her face and the wolves howl and the world burns.

Now your turn! What else will happen on Sarah Palin‘s Alaska?

[Pic via Getty]

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Sarah Palin Uses Facebook To Spread Her Political Views

Sarah Palin Turning To Facebook To Spread Her Political Views: “

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The Republican Party may not have made the best use of Facebook in last fall’s elections, but If you’re looking to keep tabs on the latest Sarah Palin news these days, your best bet is to become a fan of her on Facebook.

The former Alaska governor’s Facebook Page has experienced rapid growth since her resignation a few weeks ago, as fans rely more and more on her posts to get information about her political views and future plans.

Palin made no secret of her distaste for the media during her final speech as Alaska’s governor, and it appears she’s decided to speak directly to her followers rather than through television and newspaper reports that she claims distort her words.

Palin has amassed a base of almost 800,000 Facebook fans, and it’s obvious that her message is reaching much farther than that. In her critical post on the current debates involving the future of healthcare, Palin struck a nerve by accusing President Obama of creating a system that would involve “death panels.” The phrase quickly caught on with people on both sides of the argument, and the White House even responded to the post through their own online avenues.

PageData: Palin’s Facebook Page audience has been growing more in recent weeks (graph shows new fans per day over last 30 days)

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This isn’t the first time a politician has turned to Facebook and social media to further his or her message. President Obama was very successful using both Facebook and Twitter to garner support. But unlike her predecessors that have used social media to reach constituents, Palin is not hitting the political trail or appearing on many television shows. Instead, she is currently relying largely on social media to reach out to the public, and so far she’s succeeding.

Palin’s comments on topics like the “death panels” are eliciting thousands of responses each on her Facebook Page

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This may come as a surprise to those that feel social media caters mainly to young people, but Palin has been successful reaching older demographics, which is also testimony to the growing popularity of Facebook among older users.