SANDPOINT, IDAHO - Well it is official. As so many thousands of people suspected, Tina Fey, 38, and Sarah Palin, 44, are in fact sisters. Although they are not twins, as some felt, they are sisters none-the-less.
An inside source very close to Amy Poehler will reveal on a special edition of Larry King Live that Ms. Fey told Amy in strictest confidence that Sarah (Palin) and her are really and truly related. And furthermore, Amy who knows both women very well stated that the similarities between both gals is astonishingly uncanny to say the least.
Amy reportedly told a producer for Larry King Live, "I was totally amazed from the very first time that I saw Tina dressed up as Sarah. Actually having gone salmon fishing with 'Toddy' and 'Saracuda' on four different occasions, I feel that I know Sarah pretty well; in fact I know Sarah six or seven times better than even John McCain does."
Amy went on to say, "Not only do Tina and Sarah look alike, but some of their feminine mannerisms and some of their masculine ones as well are stunningly unbelievable. For example, both women wear size 8D snow boots. Both love to shoot, skin, cook, and serve moose. Both enjoy dog sled racing. Both are accomplished spitters in their own right. Both also have admitted on several occasions that if they had to they could survive out in the Alaskan wilderness for at least two weeks on nothing but freshly-fallen snow, baby bumble bees, iceberg lettuce, Eskimo pies, baked Alaska, ice cream, and caribou sweat. But perhaps the one telling thing that really convinced me that they are in fact sisters is the relatively little known fact that both women each have a domino-size likeness of Alaska's Mount McKinley tattooed on the left side of their bikini line. The only difference is that Tina's has the words 'Elizabeth Stamatina' (her real name) below Mount McKinley and Sarah's simply has the initials 'SH' for Sarah Heath (her maiden name)."
Poehler did go on to say that both sisters were not planning on revealing their 'sisterly secret' until after the November presidential election. She added that the reason was because Sarah was afraid that some voters would accuse her of capitalizing on the popularity of her 'secret little sister.'