The Roar of the Grease Paint
Highlights (besides Michael Carrese's ever popular Sheldon Silver schtick) included WNYT morning anchor Phil Bayly belting out a parody of Bob Hope's signature song Thanks For The Memory, as George Pataki, and Rick Karlin and The Times's Jennifer Medina as John Spencer and K.T. McFarland singing I'm Candidate the Eight (Henry the Eighth).
Also widely commented upon has been Liz Benjamin's take on Jeanine Pirro, singing Senate Race (Beauty School) Dropout. One person who wrote liked the song, but loved Benjamin's slinky low cut dress, which offered a view from Binghamton to Buffalo and everything in between.