Tina Fey reprises Sarah Palin impression on 'Inside The Actor's Studio'

Comedian Tina Fey revived her famous Sarah Palin caricature on Tuesday during an airing of "Inside The Actors Studio" after a nudging from the show's host James Lipton.

Answering a few of Lipton's questions in character, the "30 Rock" creator touched on a few of the subjects the real Palin broached during her speech at last week's Conservative Political Action Conference.

"Well, the bible says it's gross," Fey said as the former governor after being pressed on the issue of same-sex marriage. "And I don't judge it; a lot of the amazing, wonderful people I met in the audience at "Dancing With The Stars" seem to go that way, but no."

"Marriage is meant for people who wear different kinds of swimsuits."

On the subject of gun control, Fey answered to rousing laughter from the audience: "You know, I believe that if everybody had guns, then there would be fewer guns in the stores."

Fey's impression of the former Republican vice presidential nominee first gained fame during the 2008 presidential campaign on the popular late night show "Saturday Night Live."