Sarah Palin may be rapidly hurtling into irrelevance, but she had an unexpected resurgence when Tina Fey brought back her infamous impersonation on 'Inside the Actors Studio.'

The flawless Fey, as Palin, explained that her half-term as governor should have its own title of "Maverick at Large" and explained why her gun control proposal makes sense: "If everyone had a gun, there would be fewer guns in the stores."

As for same-sex marriage? "Well, the Bible says it's gross. And I don't judge a lot of the amazing, wonderful people I met in the audience of 'Dancing With the Stars' who seem to go that way ... but no. Marriage is meant for people who wear different kinds of swimsuits."

As for her perspective on life? "I don't look at it as a man's world or a woman's world, unless again we're talking about marriage. But I think of it as people bein' mavericks or not bein' mavericks."

Tune in to hear Fey -- once more, as Palin -- chat about how she feels about Fey's portrayal of herself. (Are you following this? We hope so, because it's golden.)