The pregnant host sang some tunes with her unborn child, involved herself in a debate as Palin and complaint about Osama's body littering her sea.
There were plenty of Osama Bin Laden references on the Mother's Day edition of "Saturday Night Live". Pregnant Tina Fey was the host for the May 7 episode, opening the show with a monologue and a duet with fellow pregnant lady, Maya Rudolph. At some point of the night, Fey also satisfied her fans' hunger by reprising her impression of Sarah Palin.
Fred Armisen once again slipped in the role of Osama who insists in his final testament that virgin Dakota Fanning is to act as one of his pall bearers. Then "Under the Sea" creatures, a mermaid played by Fey and a Jamaican lobster played by Kenan Thompson, were interrupted by the shrouded body of Osama thrown into their territory.
Another mention of Osama was in the Weekend Update session where Seth Meyers deadpanned, "Barack Obama will go down in history as the first black person ever to have to prove that he killed someone".
As Palin, Fey involved herself in a Republican 2012 Undeclared Candidates Debate skit. The faux FOX News debate was joined by Darrell Hammond as Donald Trump. Fey as Palin said, "I want to acknowledge that this week we finally vanquished one of the world's great villains, and I for one am thrilled to say good riddance to Katie Couric."
Digital Short featured Andy Samberg's The Lonely Island teaming up with Michael Bolton in a mash-up of blockbuster movies including "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger's Tide".