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Sarah Palin Mocks Tina Fey in 30 Rock Spoof 31 Rock

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In a short that misses the deadline for edgy by about seven years, Sarah Palin finally got her comeuppance on Tina Fey, who frequently spoofed Palin on Saturday Night Live, with a spoof of her own: 31 Rock.

In it, Palin plays Lynn Melon, a small-town TV writer struggling to have it all in the big city - a cute take on Fey's character Liz Lemon from30 Rock. The spoof, from The Independent Journal, also includes cameos from Lindsey Graham, John McCain and Kevin Brown, reprising his role as Dot Com from the real 30 Rock.

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In one scene, Dot Com talks with Palin-as-Melon about PC culture (as in politically correct), to which she replies, "The only PC I need is right here," rubbing her hand over what appears to be a Mac. Oh, Sarah. At least you tried.