30 Rock series finale: revisiting Tina Fey's funniest 'feminist' scenes

We're going to miss TV's single-and-pretending-to-be-happy-about-it role model – and the funny women she served up

Nancy Pelosi is tonight's final guest on 30 Rock and that's as it should be. She's a funny, colorful character, a grandmother who, since Hillary Clinton stepped aside from the State Department this week, is probably the most powerful woman in the Us. As such she's right up Tina Fey's creative alley.

Many of 30 Rock's funniest moments have been about female stereotypes "juggling" their identity alongside work-life balance. Much of the hype surrounding the end of the series has been about what it has done for the image of women. That all sounds a little worthy. Maybe it could be enough to have made us laugh at ourselves. So here are some highlights of the funniest "feminist" scenes.

1. In the pilot Jack Donaghy's (Alec Baldwin) first description of Liz Lemon: "New York, third wave feminist,
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