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TV Series
    (November 14, 2010-January 9, 2011)
    Aired on TLC
    Travel/documentary series hosted by Sarah Palin
    It was promoted with comments like 'It will not be the Palin family version of Keeping Up With The Kardashians and it won't be a Palin-esque spin on Jon & Kate Plus Eight.'
    However, when ratings slipped, Kate Gosselin was dragged in for a crossover episode.
    Variety's assessment: 'Boring? You betcha.'
    During an episode set at a logging camp, Sarah talked about the importance of teaching her children the value of hard work; tragically, no one on the show had the cojones to ask how quitting in the middle of her term as governor fit into that particular life lesson.
    Without apparent irony, she declared -- while being filmed -- 'We like to get away from it all -- certainly get away from the press.'
    The first episode attracted 5 million viewers, a record for a series debut on TLC.
    The episode in which the Palins go caribou hunting pissed off PeTA.
    The up close and personal encounter with an exquisitely bitchy Kate Gosselin seemed to cure Willow of her fandom.
    The New York Times praised Sarah's political courage in not being afraid to be herself.
    She showed a sense of humor about one of her more famous gaffes, announcing with a smile, 'You can see Russia from here... almost.'

Credit: C. Fishel

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