Mitt Romney Willing to Consider Chance to Seem Funny, Self-Aware

Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney speaks to supporters on April 11, 2012 in Hartford, Connecticut. Romney spoke at Alpha Graphics in Hartford and will later attend a small business town hall meeting in Warwick, Rhode Island. With Rick Santorum, Romney's chief rival for the Republican nomination, out of the race, the former Massachusetts governor is now the presumptive Republican nominee. Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Mitt Romney says he'd be willing to appear on SNL, though he has not actually been approached to do so. He tells Diane Sawyer that he's a tentative yes. "Of course it would depend on the nature of the skit," he says. "I want it to be funny." Aw, Mitt, they're gonna make you call it a "sketch." When a politician appears on Saturday Night Live, one of two things happens: Either they appear alongside the person who usually plays them (think Hillary Clinton with Amy Poehler), or they appear as themselves with everyone else in character (Obama's Halloween sketch, McCain appearing with an Tina Fey as Sarah Palin). Romney admits that it being on the show sounds "like a lot of fun," which just whets our appetite: Tell us more about your understanding of fun, Mitt Romney! Tell us more.