This is all over the place but too good not to reproduce here -- the "Justiciers masqués," hosts on Montreal radio station CKOI (pronounced "C'est quoi?"), prank call Sarah Palin, hard. It is truly a thing of beauty.
I love how they slip in so much francophone fanservice. The call contains references to Johnny Hallyday (the "French Elvis"), Stef Carse (infamous for recording the French-language version of "Achy Breaky Heart"), Richard Z. Sirois (legendary Quebecois comedian and radio host), and the Vanessa Paradis hit "Joe le Taxi." But one thing I thought for sure was part of the joke turned out not to be -- "Franck Louvrier" (i.e., "Frank the Worker") really is the name of President Sarkozy's communications director.
The best writeups on this so far are by the Canadian Press and La Presse (Google-translated version if you don't speak French). The duo spent five days setting up the call and somehow passed a Secret Service background check. That's right -- Canadian comics don't front.