Did Jackie Jormp-Jomp give up when those vampires attacked Woodstocks?

Not the best episode in the world, but one that I enjoy nonetheless. Our plots:

1. Liz is on leave because she sexually harassed that guy yesterday. She joins a group of rich ladies who spend their days getting drunk and spending money. She decides to extend her suspension for as long as possible. But then, the drunk divorcees are really a fight club. Oops.

2. SheinhardtUniversal doesn’t want to release Jenna’s not-Janis Joplin biopic, “Sing Dem Blues White Girl: The Jackie Jormp-Jomp Story.” So she and Jack end up faking her death to promote it. But in the middle of the TGS tribute to her, she runs on-stage during a cello tribute to “The Muffintop Song” to block her real birth year from being revealed. Oops.

3. Kenneth loves one of the TGS dancers, who starts dating Dotcom. Tracy fires her in order to preserve the entourage. All the other dancers go on strike, so he finds some random ladies off the street. He realizes it is a disaster, but Liz isn’t there to fix it. Oops.

It all ends like this:


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Meredith Vieira is sexually harassing Kenneth.

Jenna gets dissed by Dora’s backpack at the Kid’s Choice Awards.

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Liz dresses in work out clothes and the whole thing is very Alison Hendrix for me:

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Liz’s response when she finds out the group is really a fight club is also perfect. She’s so dejected — not even scared, just defeated.


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Best Tracy line: Friendship and trust in the entourage is the most important thing, like that HBO show, “John Adams.” This might be like top 10 favorite “30 Rock” jokes ever.

When Liz sneaks into work when she should be on leave, she asks Jack what Frank’s hat says. This is the only textual acknowledgement of Frank’s hats, besides that time Toofer dressed up like him.