Tina Fey's Sarah Palin Remarks Cut by PBS In a taped ceremony of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on Sunday, PBS chopped recipient Tina Fey's remarks regarding Sarah Palin. Now an executive producer of the broadcast tells the Washington Post the move had nothing to do with politics.

"It was not a political decision," Peter Kaminsky says. "We had zero problems with anything she said."

Kaminsky says the 90-minute show ran almost 20 minutes over time. "We took a lot out. We snipped from everyone."

The specific "snips" Fey's speech incurred are apt to raise eyebrows, though. Read on.