Certain Fox News commentators better hope they don't run into their co-worker Sarah Palin in the network cafeteria, after being caught on live mics mocking the former Alaska governor's new reality show.
In a clip sure to make the Internet rounds, panelists Judith Miller and Liz Trotta are seen in a commercial break during the weekend program "Fox News Watch" giggling over negative reviews given the debut of "Sarah Palin's Alaska" on TLC.
Trotta, a conservative commentator, refers to a Palin article by The New York Times' Alessandra Stanley.
"Alessandra Stanley had the best line," Trotta says. "She said the new show is like 'The Sound of Music,' without the Nazis, without the romance, and without the music."
After the panel cracks up, Miller says she likes the review by Hank Stuever in The Washington Post, who opens his commentary with Palin screaming her husband's name.
"He said the sound of a voice when warning you to heed the bears -- would actually scare the bears," chortles Miller.
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