Jack comes back to GE, and is willing to do anything to get himself back in power. Meanwhile, Liz gets a visit from a caseworker from the adoption agency.

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Jack comes back to GE, and is willing to do anything to get himself back in power. Meanwhile, Liz gets a visit from a caseworker from the adoption agency.

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The highest rated episode of the series, due to Tina Fey's popular Sarah Palin impression on SNL not long before. See more »

Quotes

Jack Donaghy: We're not the best people...
Liz Lemon: ...but we're not the worst.
Liz LemonJack Donaghy: Graduate students are the worst!
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References Dora the Explorer (2000) See more »

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30 Rock Theme
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Written by Jeff Richmond
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Do-Over was a more than adequate welcome back for "30 Rock"s third season
6 November 2008 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

First off, kudos all for Alec Baldwin's Emmy win as well as Tina Fey's 3. They were all deserved! Now for the third season premiere, Liz tries to get in good with the adoption representative (Megan Mullally) while Jack tries to get his job back as Devin (Will Arnett) threatens to shut the network down. With Ms. Fey as writer, one shouldn't be surprised at the many disastrous things that happen during both plots as they threaten to collide to hilarious results. Don't feel like revealing any scenes right now but I will reveal Liz' last line to Jack: "Glad to have you back." And very glad this show is back for another season. The ratings went a little up for this first episode of the new season possibly because of Ms. Fey's additional exposure on her old "SNL" grounds as Vice President candidate Sarah Palin (which I though was funny as hell!). So on that note, Welcome Back, "30 Rock"! P.S. The line Liz says to Jack was actually, "I just like seeing you in there." I just found out (and remembered) courtesy of the TV Guide TV blogs.


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