Lunch Break Links: Palin means big ratings for SNL, Lil Wayne making an album with T-Pain

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Columbus Alive

Apparently bringing Sarah Palin on your show is pretty damn good for ratings. The best sketch was Amy Poehler's rap, viewable above.

Lil Wayne is planning to release an "all-new Carter III" — that is, with all new songs — and is supposedly working on a duets album with T-Pain under the name T-Wayne. Clever!

LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy is playing bass in a new classic rock band along with LCD bandmate Pat Mahoney and dudes from Hockey Night.

AV Club spoke with The Daily Show's Samantha Bee.

A feature film about Chicago's legendary Chess Records is coming soon.

Late, iconic BBC DJ John Peel is getting a train named after him.

Vince Vaughn has a sitcom in the works.

EW's Michael Ausiello is promising "a Lost shocker that no one will see coming." I don''t think I'm going to spoil myself, but have at it if you're curious.

Oh wow, Mad Men's actors don't have contracts for next year yet either! What the hell is going on over there? This week's season finale could be the last episode of Mad Men as we know it.

R.I.P., Rudy Ray Moore.

Feist is still releasing videos off The Reminder? Well, then, I guess we should watch this clip for "Honey Honey" in case it's as good as that "1 2 3 4" vid.