Variations on the expression, "I can see Russia from my house," have become so common that it's hard to imagine it's only been a year since Sarah Palin catapulted onto the national scene when John McCain announced his decision to make her his running mate on August 29, 2008.
Since then, the former Alaska governor has become one of the country's best-known politicians, consistently named one of the top three choices for Republican presidential candidate in 2012, an object of ridicule to some, and an easy punchline for late-night comics.
Herewith, videos of Palin's most memorable TV moments from the past year:
CBS News' Katie Couric asks, "What newspapers and magazines did you regularly read?":
Palin describes her foreign policy experience to ABC News' Charlie Gibson:
Palin explains her foreign policy comments about Russia to Couric:
Gibson asks Palin whether she agrees with the Bush doctrine:
Palin explains why she was for the "Bridge to Nowhere" before she was against it:
Palin's first skit on "Saturday Night Live" where she watched Tina Fey's impression of her:
Palin's second skit on "SNL" in which she dances to an Alaskan rap song:
Palin can't name a man-made cause of global warming:
Palin mistakenly says that the vice president is "in charge" of the Senate:
Highlights of Palin-Biden debate:
Palin addresses the "controversy" over David Letterman's jokes:
Palin's farewell speech: