Under pressure from deadlines, Liz's caustic wit is unleashed on her writing staff. Later she overhears them discussing her and is so upset that she first wants to fire one of them, then decides to reform her behavior and become a "nice" boss. Meanwhile Jack takes Tracy to a celebrity golf tournament so he can impress a billionaire whose children idolize Tracy; but the ploy backfires when Tracy feels like a token black among a sea of white faces. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The main plot of Liz being called the 'C-word' is based on it actually happening to Tina Fey
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When Liz is holding the kitten, in one shot it's a grey striped kitten, and in alternating shots, it's a grey and white kitten. See more
I just don't want to disgrace the peacock.
Oh, Kenneth. If you're worried about disgracing the National Broadcasting Company, you're too late.
Spoofs Deal or No Deal