'Saturday Night Live' recap: Tina Fey as Sarah Palin and a nine-inch-tall prostitute

Tina Fey's return to Saturday Night Live wasn't a non-stop laugh-fest - it was something almost better: interestingly uneven, as though Fey wasn't quite sure how to fold her sensibility (and her sitcom and movie stardom) back into the role she used to occupy as a writer and performer on SNL.

After a mildly awkward opening monologue/musical number that addressed how she 'juggles it all' (fake nannies, personal trainer, Steve Martin cameo'ing as her tax lawyer), there was a funny commercial for 'Duncan Hines Brownie Husband,' with Fey biting and licking a man-shaped brownie. ('Rich fudge and emotional intimacy,' cooed the voice-over.)

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