Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is turning the tables on Tina Fey, impersonating the actress in a spoof of her NBC show "30 Rock."
In a new Independent Journal video for "31 Rock," Palin stands in for Fey's Liz Lemon character, a stressed-out New York City transplant who manages a cast and team of writers for a television comedy show. 
Palin wears an oversized hoodie reminiscent of Fey's character with her own twists on the show, such as complaining about a character being in her "safe space" and demanding a Big Gulp.
Actor Kevin Brown, who plays the character Dot Com in the show, is featured in the spoof, where he touts "Sarah Palin's new book" that he calls a "great reminder of the pressures of PC culture."
"The only PC I need is right here," Palin's character responds, stroking her laptop. 
Fey memorably impersonated the former Alaska governor on "Saturday Night Live" during the 2008 election and reprised her character on the show over the weekend. 
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), Palin's 2008 presidential running mate, spoofs the character Jack Donaghy, played by Alec Baldwin on NBC. 
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), a 2016 presidential candidate, also spoofs the NBC page character of Kenneth Parcell.