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After the fireworks-disaster Jack is taken away the microwave department by Don Geiss. Geiss also talks to Tracy, who tells him about his movie project "Jefferson" in which Tracy wants to play Thomas Jefferson, who turned out to be one of his ancestors. When Geiss turns the ideas down, Tracy plans to shoot an own "Jefferson" promotion on his own to convince Geiss that the movie is a great idea. Liz is very happy with Floyd and Jack wants to meet him. So, Jack, Floyd and Liz are having dinner together, but Jack is very sad about being taken away the microwaves and dinner seems not to be much fun until Floyd and Jack suddenly get along with each other. Jack also meets Phoebe who works at an art gallery and who seems to be very interested in Jack. Written by Anonymous

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Frank's trucker hats read 'Mystery Solver' and 'Bahama Trapezoid'. See more »

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Kenneth is shown knitting an NBC peacock logo bikini for his granny; however, the bikini shown is crocheted. See more »

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[Jack is in a museum facing a painting, waiting for Liz Lemon to meet him there. Liz appears behind him without announcing her arrival]
Jack: You've been avoiding me, Lemon.
Liz Lemon: How do you do that, without turning around?
Jack: To be perfectly honest, the first couple of people I did that to were not you, but... here we are.
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References The Jeffersons (1975) See more »

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30 Rock Theme Song
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Strong Episode!
17 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The nineteenth episode in the first season of 30 Rock is just another well-made, funny episode that has spot-on timing, well-crafted jokes, a new guest star, and a welcome return of another guest star. These subplots keep getting more ridiculous, but they keep getting funnier as well.

In this episode, "Corporate Crush," Liz is going out with Floyd and she wants him to meet Jack who is depressed after his fireworks fiasco. Once he does, they start a bromance which annoys Liz. Also, Jack meets this girl at an art gallery. Meanwhile, Tracy tries to convince Walt Geiss to finance his movie on Thomas Jefferson by making a fake trailer.

Overall, this is a really funny episode. I really loved the Tracy and his Jefferson subplot. I loved the return of Rip Torn as Geiss and he just had some funny dialog, reminiscent of his role in Dodgeball. Also, Emily Mortimer makes a surprising appearance and she does well. I rate this episode 9/10.


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