Sarah Palin is attempting to have the last laugh in her ongoing feud with Tina Fey.
Over the weekend, Fey reprised her impression of the former Vice Presidential candidate while hosting Saturday Night Live.
And now Palin has attempted to fire back by doing her own impression of the actress and starring as a Liz Lemon-type character in a fake show titled "31 Rock."
The 60-second parody finds Palin starring as Lynn Melon, “a small-town TV writer who moves to NYC in hopes of creating a hit variety show.”
We see her trying to get through to a writer's room full of "nerds," while elsewhere complaining about the lack of a snowflake on her Starbucks cup and pretty much just acting like Liz Lemon on the actual 30 Rock.
So it's not entirely clear just what Palin is mocking because, first, Liz Lemon is just a character, she's not actually Tina Fey.
Second, Palin is mostly just acting like Lemon here. Where's the parody? And just what is Palin parodying, Fey's key role on a long-running, critically-acclaimed sitcom?
In addition to Palin, the trailer features appearances by 30 Rock veteran Kevin Brown (reprising his role as Dot Com), as well as Palin’s former running mate John McCain.
Yes, John McCain is associating himself with Sarah Palin again for some reason.
We give up.
Just watch the supposed mockery now: