Following Sarah Palin's remarks in Wisconsin at a Trump rally, Glenn began expressing concern that she's just not sounding like herself these days.
"So if you've been listening to us for the last couple of hours, you heard us talk about Sarah Palin and that we're concerned that something has happened to Sarah Palin," Glenn said. "And I, for one, am concerned that something is not right."
Glenn and his co-hosts discussed how SNL veteran Tina Fey did a spot-on impression of Sarah Palin in 2008. However, the real Sarah Palin of 2016 has out-parodied Fey.
"I think Sarah Palin has become a parody of Tina Fey, that she has gone further than Tina Fey ever did in 2008," Glenn said.
As an example, Glenn played audio showcasing Fey's impression side by side with Palin's speeches from 2016.
"Tina Fey got a lot of credit because she did a really good impersonation of Sarah Palin," Co-host Stu Burguiere said. "If she was trying to impersonate Sarah Palin 2016, she would be doing a terrible job. She's underselling it dramatically."
The discussion turned to Palin's "coming out" speech at the Republican convention in 2008.
"It was amazing. Here she is, nobody knows that much about her," Stu said. "No one really knows what to expect, and she knocks that thing out of the park. She was charming, but calm and focused. And it was so good."
So, what's happened to the Sarah Palin we used to know and love?
"Something has dramatically changed," Glenn said. "And maybe it's just her attitude. Maybe it's just she's more of a performer than she is a serious candidate. I don't know. But something has changed."
Featured Image: Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) talks to guest before Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a town hall event on April 2, 2016 in Racine, Wisconsin. Candidates are campaigning in Wisconsin ahead of the Tuesday April 5th primary. (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)