Sarah Palin Turns the Tables on Tina Fey With ’30 Rock’ Parody (Video)

The former governor of Alaska transforms into Liz Lemon for fake promo

Tina Fey has mocked Sarah Palin plenty of times — most recently on last weekend’s “Saturday Night Live” — but the former governor of Alaska has gotten the last laugh.

Palin released her own parody video trailer on Monday titled “31 Rock,” in which she plays Fey’s famous character, Liz Lemon.

In the faux promo posted on the Independent Journal, the 2008 Republican nominee for Vice President transforms into Lynn Melon, a small-town TV writer struggling to have it all in the big city.

“Where’s my Big Gulp?” Palin’s hoodie-wearing character demands.

“Nerds!” she she then yells at her team, before uttering her most controversial line yet: “‘Star Wars’ didn’t actually change cinema.”

Palin’s old running mate John McCain even makes a surprise appearance, along with Kevin Brown as his original “30 Rock” character Dot Com, and Lindsey Graham standing in for Kenneth.

Watch the video above.

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