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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Frank can be seen wearing a "Morel Orel" t-shirt throughout the episode, which was frequently written by and produced by co-star Scott Adsit. See more »

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Elisa: It smells like dude in here.
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Tracy's Apocalypse!
29 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the twelfth episode of the third season of 30 Rock and it was pretty funny, especially with the addition of Larry King. It's also funny on how Tracy tries to sound smart and spreads panic. The episode is also sweet and sad at times, especially since Salma Hayek is departing....at least for the time being.

In this episode, "Larry King," The Asian stock markets tumble and while on Larry King, Tracy predicts doom for New Yorkers. He also mentions hidden money that's located somewhere on 30 Rock, making Pete and the gang search for it. Liz's phone was stolen by a cabbie and now she and Kenneth try to take it back. Finally, Jack may have some issues in maintaining his relationship with Eliza.

Overall, this was a solid episode. The Tracy scenes were the funniest, especially how he was making a fool out of himself. But the episode also has some good themes of friendship as Kenneth tries to be Liz's friend. I rate this episode 9/10.


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