Jack convinces Liz to go on a date with his friend Thomas. Since she hadn't had a date for a year, Liz gets quite nervous about the Blind Date. When her date turns out to be a woman, Liz is... See full summary »

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Jack convinces Liz to go on a date with his friend Thomas. Since she hadn't had a date for a year, Liz gets quite nervous about the Blind Date. When her date turns out to be a woman, Liz is quite confused about how other people see her. Meanwhile the writing staff have a poker night with Tracy and Jack. The later one turns the usually friendly game into a tough competition, when he convinces everyone to play for real money. The only one, who gives Jack a hard time winning is Kenneth. Written by Anonymous

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Liz makes reference to the "grape lady falls" video when she falls in her apartment and makes similar sounds of pain on the ground off camera. See more »

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During the final poker game chips are visible in front of Kenneth despite him telling Jack Donaghy that he had no more chips left to go "all in." See more »

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Pete Hornberger: [to Liz] Hey, look at you! You look like fancy prostitute!
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References Halo (2001) See more »

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Starting To Go On A Roll!
19 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The third episode in the series finally reaches it's potential after the first two ho-hum episodes. This episode is actually funny through out with some funny jokes and how people handle some really crazy situations. The acting gets better especially with Tina Fey and Tracy Morgan. As usual, Alec Baldwin is a beast! I also like how we get more personal with each characters as they get away from work.

"Blind Date" is about how Jack sets up Liz a date with his friend Thomas, but Thomas ends up being a lesbian. Liz takes it very well as she starts to hang out with her. Meanwhile, a weekly poker tournament goes from friendly to competitive.

Overall, this is a very funny episode. I loved how some of the minor characters got some attention this go around. This is the kind of episode I like to see with each episode. I rate this episode 9/10.


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