Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is impersonating comedian Tina Fey, who famously played the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee on Saturday Night Live, in a new online video.
The parody, produced by IJReview.com, shows Palin spoofing Fey’s role in NBC’s 30 Rock. In that show, Fey’s character is named “Liz Lemon.” In the IJ video, Palin plays a more conservative version of that character, referred to as “Lynn Melon.”
“Where’s my big gulp?” Palin says at one point, a reference to New York’s attempted big-soda ban.
Discussing political correctness, Palin motions to a computer and quips: “The only PC I need is right here.”
Also making cameos: former running mate [crscore]John McCain[/crscore], who spoofs Alec Baldwin’s “Jack Donaghy” character, and South Carolina Sen. [crscore]Lindsey Graham[/crscore], who plays “Kenneth the Page.”
Fey played Palin during the 2008 campaign, occasionally reprising the role on SNL since then. On Saturday, Fey returned to play the role during the show’s “A Hillary Christmas” sketch.