Mitt Romney is mulling over an offer for a guest spot on "Saturday Night Live," according to the New York Times.
“He was funny on Letterman, giving the Top Ten list,” longtime SNL writer Jim Downey told the newspaper.
Executive producer Lorne Michaels reportedly extended the offer, though it's not clear whether Romney would make a cameo appearance or guest host a full episode.
According to the Times, the show's staff has acknowledged that it's been difficult to top its 2008 election lampooning, particularly with Tina Fey's hit impression of vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
“Sarah Palin was a once-in-a-lifetime situation,” head writer Seth Meyers said. “She was incredibly magnetic and came with a built-in catchphrase.”
As the Hollywood Reporter points out, a Romney appearance wouldn't be too surprising as nearly every presidential candidate since the 2000 election has appeared on the show.
Watch Palin interact with her doppelganger Fey in this 2008 clip: