(CNN) - Forget about her possible White House ambitions. Is Sarah Palin angling for a career slinging jokes on late-night TV?
Appearing on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Tuesday, Palin, whom Leno called a "new comedienne from Wasilla, Alaska," tried her hand at delivering a monologue.
You can decide for yourself if Palin should stick to punditry and politics.
Her quips after the jump:
"Alaska is so different from Los Angeles. Here, when people have a frozen look on their face, I find out it's botox."
"It is so warm and beautiful. Back home it was freezing - it was five degrees below Congress' approval rating."
"Shaun White on the show. What an amazing athlete. I watched him do a double McTwist 1260. The only other people to do a double McTwist 1260 was last week, the White House, on health care."
"How about that amazing, closing ceremony. It was beautiful. The minute I saw that giant moose, I remembered I hadn't cooked anything for the kids' dinner."
"I've been really busy. I picked a gig in Las Vegas at the Legends Show, playing Tina Fey."
"The truth is I am glad I am not vice president. I would not know what to do with all that free time."
Palin then sat down for an interview. She talked to Leno about having been caught with notes on the palm of her hand during a recent speech. Dubbing the move a "poor boy's version of the teleprompter," the former Alaska governor said it was a tactic her father had taught her.
The onetime vice presidential nominee also reiterated her belief that the media has unfairly targeted members of her family.
"Yes, a line was crossed," she said. "I'm still waiting for that line to be uncrossed: Just some common decency, allowing the kids to not be, I guess, the victim in all this because they certainly don't deserve it."