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Dealbreakers Talk Show #0001 

The tables are turned when production begins on Liz's new talk show, "Dealbreakers," and she experiences what it's like to walk a mile in Jenna's shoes. Jack, dealing with pressure from ... See full summary »

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The tables are turned when production begins on Liz's new talk show, "Dealbreakers," and she experiences what it's like to walk a mile in Jenna's shoes. Jack, dealing with pressure from Devin, calculates how to make "Dealbreakers" a success. Meanwhile, Tracy takes on the ultimate Hollywood challenge in order to prove his commitment to his wife. Everyone pitches in to help Tracy reach his goal, including Kenneth, Dotcom, Grizz and even Whoopi Goldberg. Written by NBC Publicity

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3 December 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In this episode Tracy decides he wants a baby girl. In S1E14 "The C Word" Tracy lies about having a baby girl. See more »

Goofs

Having looked at the list of previous EGOT winners, Grizz, Dot Com and Kenneth conclude that they're all composers. In actuality only three (Marvin Hamlisch, Richard Rodgers, and Jonathan Tunick) are composers, while five are best known as actors (John Gielgud, Whoopi Goldberg, Helen Hayes, Audrey Hepburn and Rita Moreno) and two (Mel Brooks and Mike Nichols) are best known as directors. See more »

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Jenna Maroney: You've created two Lizzes, writer Liz and performer Liz. Performers need to be coddled, to be protected from the real world.
Jack Donaghy: I get it. I must treat her like the New York Times treats its readers.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Somebody Bring Me Some Ham
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Performed by Tina Fey
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