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On an all-new episode of 30 Rock entitled Episode 4.22: I Do Do, which airs this Thursday, Liz (Tina Fey) questions fate when she meets the man of her dreams, while Jack's (Alec Baldwin) love triangle between high school love, Nancy Donovan (guest star Julianne Moore), and CNBC anchor, Avery Jessup (guest star Elizabeth Banks), comes to a head. Meanwhile, Jenna's (Jane Krakowski) boyfriend is confronted with a similar dilemma when his desire for another woman threatens to ruin their relationship, and Kenneth (Jack McBrayer), with the help of Tracy (Tracy Morgan), tries to avoid a promotion that would land him in La.
We recently caught up with Elizabeth Banks to get the lowdown on this incredibly funny upcoming episode of 30 Rock. Here's what she had to say:
Since you spend so much »
By Fred Topel
Hollywoodnews.com: This week’s 30 Rock is not only the season finale, but it’s part two of a cliffhanger. The last episode ended with Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) asking Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) to stall her wedding speech while he figures out what to do about his love triangle. He’s just told Nancy (Julianne Moore) that he’s also seeing Avery (Elizabeth Banks), who already was pressuring Jack to choose between them. Elizabeth Banks gave a conference call with the media to discuss the season finale.
“I will tell you that Julianne Moore and I do have a scene together,” Banks said. “I don’t know if it’s quite the face off that you’re expecting but we do have a scene together.”
Avery Jessup is a CNBC political pundit who shares Jack’s views on business. Nancy is an old flame who just »
- Fred Topel
2 items from 2010
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