Liz befriends a female comedy writer from the 1960s who was one of her idols, until she realizes how pathetic the woman's life is now. Meanwhile, Jack has to find a way to talk Tracy out of taking up dog fighting.
Did You Know?
On Rosemary's desk there are 2 Golden Globes and an Emmy, presumably all for writing, plus a WGA award. When this episode was shot Tina Fey had won an Emmy and 2 WGA awards for writing for Saturday Night Live. See more
Toward the beginning of the episode, when Liz has having a flashback to a Laugh-In episode that featured Richard Nixon, the actor portraying the former president walks onstage saying "pardon me" several times to which one of the cast responds "You were already pardoned". This is an anachronism because Laugh-In went off the air May 14, 1973, President Ford's pardon of Nixon did not come until Sept 8, 1974 16 months after that show's finale. See more
Who's crazier? Me or Ann Curry?
References Sanford and Son