Tina Fey's Sarah Palin is "here for all you teachers and teamsters, you farmers and charmers."
The Sisters star appeared on Saturday Night Live this weekend to spoof Palin's endorsement of Donald Trump.
The former governor of Alaska delivered a peculiar speech in Iowa last week in favor of the GOP candidate, which The New York Times has described as "performance art, a filibuster, even slam poetry."
In some ways, the SNL sketch wrote itself. Fey delivered direct quotes from Palin, including "media heads are spinning," the alliterative "Trump and his trumpeters," and "right-winging, bitter-clinging, proud clingers of our guns."
In fact, Palin's usage of poetic devices became a running gag throughout Fey's impersonation.
"We’re mad, we’ve been had, and we’re not so glad, quoth the Lorax," Fey quipped, turning what began as a direct quotation into a reference to the famous children's book writer, Dr. Seuss.
"She sounds like a greeting card from a Chinese dollar store," responded Darrell Hammond, who portrayed Trump.
Palin's homophobic "bend over" comment regarding President Obama and his approach to foreign policy also did not escape SNL's notice. Here, Fey rephrased it more clearly as, "Our president's bending over for ISIS."
In an aside to the audience, Fey's Palin revealed that she was only endorsing Trump in the hopes of being part of his Cabinet, "because I’m full of spice and I got a great rack."
Watch the sketch below.