Last night’s SNL debut was enjoyed by everyone watching on Sarah Palin’s jet. Well, almost everyone:
There were howls of laughter from the sizeable press corps covering Palin’s first foray on the campaign trail without her running man as a chaperone.
But, from the front of the plane, silence. The flight attendants assured us Palin and her entourage were watching. What she thought, though, is anybody’s guess.
Quick-thinking campaign operatives picked up on Chicago Bureau’s remark and issued a release claiming the front-cabin silence stemmed from the following 85 minutes, not the first five.