Like the first hints of spring, Sarah Palin is suddenly everywhere, showing up on Leno with the "poor boy's projector", at Harper Collins with a new book deal, and at the Oscar Suites, where at least one vendor was less than happy with her entourage's behavior. Now Entertainment Weekly magazine reports that she is shopping around a docudrama with reality show guru Mark Burnett, producer of such gems as "The Apprentice" and "Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?"
Sources disagree about the nature of the show, with one calling it a "planet earth type look" at Alaska and another quipping it would be the "sequel to Commander in Chief," the ABC drama that strained under its own suspension of disbelief when it cast Geena Davis in the role of the President.
With daughter Bristol making her acting debut this summer in an ABC drama about teen pregnancy, and almost-son-in-law Levi Johnston showing up in everything from Playgirl to commercials about nuts (not a pun, a reality), it seems the former first family of Alaska is poised to take over Hollywood.
So the question is...