New York, October 18 : U.S. Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin has hinted that she will appear on the NBC comedy show 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend.
"I haven't seen a script - not at all. Haven't been hinted about what that script is going to say," the New York Daily News quoted the hockey mom as telling syndicated radio host Neal Boortz on Friday.
She revealed that the objective behind her appearance on the show was to "show Americans that we will rise above the political shots that we take because we're in this serious business for serious challenges that are facing good American people right now."
"We can do that, even I guess, through a skit or two on 'Saturday Night Live,' so be it," she said.
Saturday's show will be hosted by Josh Brolin, who stars in Oliver Stone's critically praised film about President George W. Bush, entitled 'W'.
An "SNL" spokesman declined to discuss whether Palin would be on or not.