Sarah Palin appeared alongside Adam Baldwin in an interview with NBC's Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie on the red carpet at the Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special at Rockefeller Plaza on Sunday.
"Did you all come together," Guthrie asked.
"Yeah," Palin jokingly said.
"Oh, yeah," Baldwin said. "We've been partying all weekend. We just flew in from Alaska."
"You have more fun doing this show than just about anything else you could possibly do. And you make strange bedfellows here. Don't you darling," Baldwin said to Palin.
"I still really love your brother even more," Palin said as Baldwin attempted to hug her.
"Of course you do, darling" Baldwin responded.
"Governor Palin, at the height of the presidential race you came here and did a cameo that had to be one of your favorite moments of the campaign?," Guthrie asked.
"I mean if this is indicative of the campaign, it was the most fun moment of the campaign. Yes," Palin said.
"What was the reaction on the street after you made that appearance?" Lauer inquired.
"It was great," Palin said. "It was like, gosh, yeah, you have got to have a sense of humor. Yeah. It's not like the persona that it maybe is portrayed or characterized for you out there. So, yeah, and this is an iconic moment, you know, this is, the most, I think intelligent, and entertaining comedic minds in America all in one place," Palin said.
"But we get to relax and have fun here regardless of people's politics," Baldwin said. "I often think if only [SNL producer] Lorne Michaels could produce the Congress, maybe we would have more fun and we would get more done."