Bristol Palin on “Dancing With the Stars?”
Baby daddy Levi Johnston on “The Early Show,” dishing about his in-laws, Friday morning?
Sarah Palin hosting a show on TLC, when she isn’t scribbling notes to herself in her palm on Fox News?
Screw “Modern Family.” “The Palins” has become TV’s hottest ongoing sitcom — a wacky, wild, you’ll-never-guess-what-happens-next affair. “Green Acres” meets “Northern Exposure.”
No wonder television can’t get enough of them. All they need is nicknames, and this is the next best thing since “Jersey Shore.”
And the best part is, not only are there already a lot of Palins, but they keep multiplying. This family’s going to be on the national stage — and US Weekly covers — for years.
Yes, Palin has her share of admirers in the politican realm, but that’s not really where she belongs.
Palin was made for TV, and TV — god help us — can’t keep its eyes off her.