Mm-hmm. The payoffs. SP: No. It's truly a partnership where we share the workload because … We've never really looked at it as a workload. It's a pleasure to be home, it's a pleasure to be working with the kids. We enjoy cooking, we enjoy cleaning up together. It's just what we do.
Who's the better cook? SP: It depends on what we're cooking. I'm a better – TP: She's a good cook. SP: I'm a better cooker. You're a better, like he can smoke salmon better than anybody else that I know. And can salmon. We eat a lot of wild Alaska seafood and we're trying different recipes all the time with that. You do a couple of those dishes better than I do. TP: Barbecue, yeah. SP: Barbecued salmon.
Tina Fey plays you sort of bubble-headed. You obviously – SP: That's funny, I play her bubble-headed, too, when I imitate her.
– but you don't get to be governor without being smart, so how would you describe your smarts? SP: How would I describe my smarts?