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The Source Awards 

Liz dates an African American man called Steven and when they don't hit it off, he accuses her of racism. Jack tries to mend a feud between Tracy Jordan and rap producer Ridikolus by having... See full summary »

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Jenna Maroney
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Pete Hornberger (credit only)
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Frank Rossitano
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Jack Donaghy
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Liz dates an African American man called Steven and when they don't hit it off, he accuses her of racism. Jack tries to mend a feud between Tracy Jordan and rap producer Ridikolus by having the former present the Source awards and the latter endorse his Donaghy wine. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Frank's trucker hats read "Coool As Ice" and "Time Travel Agent". See more »

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Tracy Jordan: The manatee has become the Mento.
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References The Green Mile (1999) See more »

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The Source Awards is another amusing episode of 30 Rock
9 March 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

Liz accepts Tracy's invitation for all the "after-after-after" etc. parties. At many of these, she meets a nice African-American whose last name is Black and accepts a dinner invitation. At his office, Jack shows his new wine to Liz but after tasting it, they both get sick. Kenneth tells Tracy about encountering rap mogul Ridiculous whom Kenneth refused entry to Tracy's private parties at T.J.'s request. Tracy gets upset just thinking of him and wants nothing to do with him. I'll stop there and say this was pretty funny though I had to rewind a few times to make sure I heard what I thought I heard during certain punchlines. Loved Wayne Brady's twist on certain black stereotypes and LL Cool J's satirical portrayal of certain rap celebrities. Nice to see Jason Sudeikis return as the flower guy from several weeks ago. The scene at the end certainly was surprising. Loved Tracy's Oprah impersonation. Hope enough viewers tuned in before the hiatus after next week...


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