After Sarah Palin’s stunning resignation, many commentators on the political scene were unsure of her real motives. Even mastermind Karl Rove was “a little perplexed.” On her Facebook Page, Palin offers a myriad of reasons for the move, eventually stating that it will be in Alaska’s and her family’s best interests if she calls it quits as Governor. However, one can rarely take what a politician says at face value. While the debate rages, The Hangover has determined it has been done for one simple and logical reason: Sarah Palin wants to go Hollywood.
There are any number of studios who would throw millions at Palin to make the following movies:
Fargo II: Bismarck
During the campaign (especially in the debates) Palin’s appropriating of Frances McDormand’s “You betcha’s” and homey up-north speech patterns made her an even better Marge Gunderson than Oscar-winner McDormand. In this sequel, Marge (as played by Sarah), guns blazing, would would take down the tall, thin, eloquent, but immoral and corrupt African-American Governor of North Dakota.
Twins (The remake)
In this remake of the Arnold Schwarzenegger–Danny Devito vehicle, Palin would team with Tina Fey. Although the comedy of the original was centered around the implausibility of physical opposites Arnold and Devito actually being twins, the fact that Fey and Palin look incredibly alike would make it easier for Republicans and other religious zealots to follow the movie.
Dumb and Dumber: The Girls
This would be another Palin-Fey vehicle, with Fey acting and Palin practically being able to be herself. Here, the trip starts in Wasilla, careens through Anchorage and Dutch Harbor, and then just as it appears that the film will wind up on the Bridge to Nowhere, the pair make it to Siberia. Production costs would be low because the former Soviet Union is so close to Alaska that you can see it from there.
Semi-Pro: The Real Thing
In a cross between a reality show and a bad Will Ferrell comedy, Palin would be given ownership of a WNBA franchise. Known in her younger days as Sarah “Barracuda,” Palin would also play point guard for the team. The camera would follow her on and off the court. Let’s face it, this is about the only way the WNBA could be made even the least bit interesting.