After an Asian economic meltdown, Tracy gives some irresponsible advice on "Larry King Live," and Jack and Elisa's relationship could be in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Liz tries to get her cell phone back from a cabbie who's blackmailing her.

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After an Asian economic meltdown, Tracy gives some irresponsible advice on "Larry King Live," and Jack and Elisa's relationship could be in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Liz tries to get her cell phone back from a cabbie who's blackmailing her.

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In Season 3, Episode 12, titled "Larry King," Liz and Kenneth are seen getting off the subway to find Asif, the cab driver, and get Liz's phone back. While they are walking up the stairs to the street, a poster can be seen advertising Jenna's upcoming biopic of Janis Joplin, titled "Janie Jimplin." See more »

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Elisa: It smells like dude in here.
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References Larry King Live (1985) See more »

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Written by Jeff Richmond
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Larry King was a pretty funny, if not hilarious, episode of "30 Rock"
20 March 2009 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

In this one, Jack and Elisa are having relationship problems, Liz and Kenneth attempt to recover Liz' cell from a cabbie, and Tracy on "Larry King Live" tells everyone to panic when the Asian markets fall...Not quite as funny as previous eps of "30 Rock" and I can't help thinking the staffers looking for Tracy's money in his office is excuse for them having something to do especially the Scott Adsit character since this is one of his rare appearances this season but there are still some pretty funny lines and scenes and it's touching how the Kenneth character really is in certain situations. Also touching was Salma Hayak's exit for this arc. Hope she's available for a comeback. And how about Liz' nana's "lullaby" song being "99 Luftballons"...


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