Jack has a one night stand with a Democrat who is campaigning against one of NBC's sister companies, Liz suspects her neighbor is a terrorist, and Kenneth tries to raise money to buy Jack a pair of pants.

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Jack has a one night stand with a Democrat who is campaigning against one of NBC's sister companies, Liz suspects her neighbor is a terrorist, and Kenneth tries to raise money to buy Jack a pair of pants.

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Frank trucker hat reads "Karate Prom". See more »

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Tracy Jordan: Tell her you want her to donate her body to science and you're science.
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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What the World Needs Now Is Love
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Written by Hal David and Burt Bacharach
Performed by Alec Baldwin
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Best Episode This Season....So Far!
18 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the sixth episode of the second season of 30 Rock and I can happily say that it is the best episode of this young season. It's very funny, has sharp writing, relies intensively on the comedy from the actors, features not one, but two welcome guest stars, and the story lines are just funny. The guest stars are the always-funny Kristen Wiig and Edie Falco, who funnily seduces Jack.

In this episode, "Somebody to Love," Jack has a one-night stand with a Democrat named Celeste Cunningham who has brought forth a lawsuit against NBC's sister company. Meanwhile, Liz suspects her neighbor is a terrorist and Kenneth is trying to raise money to buy Jack a new pair of pants.

Overall, this is a absolutely hilarious episode. I loved the plot line with the terrorism and it's just so blatantly funny. Tina Fey is really comedic gold. I rate this episode 10/10.


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