After Don Geiss wakes from his coma and tells Jack that he plans to remain as CEO, a snow-in forces Jack to go with Liz to her high school reunion--where Liz learns, much to her surprise, that she was the class bully.

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Pete Hornberger (credit only)
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Frank Rossitano (credit only)
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Keith
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After Don Geiss wakes from his coma and tells Jack that he plans to remain as CEO, a snow-in forces Jack to go with Liz to her high school reunion--where Liz learns, much to her surprise, that she was the class bully.

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Comedy

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TV-PG
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4 December 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Jack and Liz are in the closet during 7 Minutes In Heaven, Jack says that kissing Liz would be "social suicide," a call-out to the phrase popularized in Mean Girls which Tina Fey wrote and starred in. See more »

Goofs

White Haven, PA is a suburb of Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, not Philadelphia as Liz claims. See more »

Quotes

Jack Donaghy: We all know that Liz Lemon has her faults, but no one's perfect. I mean, I'm certainly not perfect.
Keith: [objections from the people in the audience] Don't say that Braverman!
Rob Sussman: You're more than perfect.
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Connections

References Top Gun (1986) See more »

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Wind Beneath My Wings
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Written by Jeff Silbar and Larry Henley
Performed by Jane Krakowski
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Don Geiss Finally Awakes!
18 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the fifth episode of the third season of 30 Rock and it's a really funny, though good-natured mean-spirited episode if that makes any sense. It seems to be the most relatable episode so far, especially in the flashback scenes involving Liz. It's also good to have back the ever-charming Rip Torn as Don Geiss.

In this episode, "Reunion," Don Geiss finally awakens from his coma and tells Jack that he will remain as CEO for time-being. In his depression, he heads with Liz to her reunion, where Liz finds out she was such a great bully.

Overall, this is a really enjoyable and quite funny episode. I really loved the reveal that Liz used to be a bully and in a sense kind of still is. I rate this episode 9/10.


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