Jack's career at GE is on the line with Don Geiss in a coma, one of Liz's old flames comes back to town, and the guys confront the Teamsters on their sandwich day to get an extra sandwich for Liz.

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Jack's career at GE is on the line with Don Geiss in a coma, one of Liz's old flames comes back to town, and the guys confront the Teamsters on their sandwich day to get an extra sandwich for Liz.

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Trivia

Floyd makes reference a "partner meeting with Peter Venkman", which was the name of Bill Murray's character in Ghostbusters. See more »

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During the scene where Liz is standing on stage to impress Floyd, her hair is being blown by a fan to her right and a light is shining on her. However, each time it cuts back to Floyd, her hair is clearly not moving, nor is the light apparent. See more »

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Floyd: You look great!
Liz Lemon: Do I? I'm pretty tired from playing as hard as I work.
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References Ghostbusters (1984) See more »

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I Will Remember You
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Written by Sarah McLachlan, Seamus Egan and Dave Merenda
Performed by Maulik Pancholy
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Another Excellent Episode!
30 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the fourteenth episode of the second season of 30 Rock and it promises we have some exciting things ahead to look forward to. This is really funny, the script is still well-written, and the jokes seem to never end. As for guest stars, Rip Torn is still here but of course after going into a coma, he has no dialogue and there is the welcome return of Jason Sudekis who we haven't seen since Season 1.

In this episode, "Sandwich Day," Jack is pleading with Don Geiss to wake up since he is trying to save his career. Meanwhile Liz is having problems of her own with it being Sandwich Day, Liz's sandwich was stolen and she wants her sandwich. Also, her ex, Floyd comes back to town.

Overall, this is another hilarious, quotable episode. I also liked the addition of Geiss's daughter. She is just so hilariously dumb. This is an excellent episode that I'm sure sets up the upcoming finale very well. I rate this episode 9/10.


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