30 Rock: Season 3, Episode 11

St. Valentine's Day (12 Feb. 2009)

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Liz has a disastrous first date with Dr. Baird on Valentines Day, Elisa makes Jack go to church with her before their date, and Kenneth gets a date with a blind woman.

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Liz has a disastrous first date with Dr. Baird on Valentines Day, Elisa makes Jack go to church with her before their date, and Kenneth gets a date with a blind woman.

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Elisa scolds Jack for propositioning her "so close to the statue of Santa Lucia, the patron saint of judgmental statues." Santa Lucia (Saint Lucy) is actually the patron saint of the blind (she was blinded as part of her martyrdom, and artistic depictions of her often include her holding her own eyes). This episode also includes a subplot in which Kenneth falls in love with a blind woman. See more »

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Elisa: Maybe this is God telling me we do not belong together. Maybe this is a sign.
Jack Donaghy: [his phone chimes] Look - my driver just pulled up. *That's* a sign. God wants us to leave here, get a good meal, and go to town on each other.
Elisa: [she slaps him] How dare you say something like that so close to the statue of Santa Lucia, the patron saint of judgmental statues!
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27 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the eleventh episode of the third season of 30 Rock and despite the romantic Valentine's Day theme, the episode remains hilarious as ever. Jon Hamm and Salma Hayek remain very fruitful guest stars and the acting by our main actors are as always excellent. The subplots were funny, but I loved the Kenneth one the most.

In this episode, "St. Valentine's Day," Liz's first date with her new neighbor goes disastrous. Jack and Elisa get into a fight when Elisa gets mad at Jack's confessions while at mass. Finally, Kenneth goes on a date with a blind girl.

Overall, this is an excellent episode and it happens to be one of my favorites. The terrible first date was very funny, but Kenneth falling in love was even funnier and you kind of have to feel bad what happens to him, but I couldn't stop laughing. I rate this episode 10/10.


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