Sarah Palin gave Tina Fey a taste of her own medicine Monday, starring in a parody video where she turned the tables on the famous actress by spoofing her.
Days after Fey once again mocked Palin on "Saturday Night Live," Palin was seen in the lead role of a parody "30 Rock" trailer.
The video, produced by the Independent Journal, features Palin play "Lynn melon," a small-town resident who just moved to New York and struggles to adhere to the principles of political correctness. Fey famously played "Liz Lemon" on the NBC show.
"The only PC I need is right here," Palin says in the "31 Rock" trailer as she points to her computer.
In another scene Palin is visibly upset at 2015's infamous minimalist Starbucks holiday cup and demands her staff procure her a Big Gulp.
The video also stars her former 2008 running mate Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).
The "31 Rock" trailer comes just days after Republican hopeful Ted Cruz released a Christmas parody infomercial that aired in select Iowa markets during "SNL."
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