Stephen Colbert Lurves The Sarah Palin Channel Almost As Much As We Do
Stephen Colbert is just thrilled that Sarah Palin has started a newonline TV channel where you can spend $9.95 a month to see her do "exactly what she's always done, only -- mmm-- nothing else." And sure, maybe it costs more than Netflix, but it promises to be "just as good as House of Cards, with even more threatening monologues into camera." But who is Stephen Colbert to mock Sarah Palin for quitting? He's quitting too, after all.
Colbert's so excited about the project that his producers rushed out and bought the web address for thesarahpalinchannel.com, which Palin's people apparently didn't think to secure. Oops. The website has a photo of Sister Sarah and the tagline, "“The only Sarah Palin Channel on the internet with a definite article in the address!” -- as well as a daily link to a Colbert Report archive piece on one of Sarah's great moments. Well trolled, guys.
Here's the clip from last night's Colbert Report, and because we love you, the first offering from thesarahpalinchannel.com, Colbert's 2011 story on Palin's version of Paul Revere's ride.
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