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Mrs. Donaghy 

Liz tries to blackmail Jack on behalf of TGS after they discover that they're married because of a license error, but Jack has a dirty trick of his own. Meanwhile Jenna and Danny fight after they are forced to share a dressing room.



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Company budget cuts affect the TGS staff, and Liz tries to use Jack's wedding mistake in her favor. Meanwhile, Jenna and Danny share his dressing room and Tracy receives disturbing medical news that makes Angie consider a different career path. Written by NBC Publicity

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20 January 2011 (USA)  »

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Because Jack and Liz discover that they are married due to a clerical error/language misunderstanding, they have to have a lengthy meeting with NBC's Human Resources about the company's rules for dealing with situations in which married couples work together or one spouse works for the other. Tina Fey, the showrunner and star of 30 Rock, is married to Jeff Richmond, who was the show's composer and coproducer. See more »


When Liz opened the door to Jenna's dressing room in the beginning of the show, a man inside yelled at her in Chinese. While the subtitle read "Nerds only!", the actual meaning of the Chinese is "Get out!". See more »


Jack: Where I come from, if you have more than two colors on a tie it means you're looking for a certain kind of bar.
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References The Biggest Loser (2004) See more »

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The best of the fifth, so far.
21 January 2011 | by (Buenos Aires, Argentina) – See all my reviews

After a month and a little more, 30 Rock came back. And it was great. This season has been better than the last one, with episodes like "When it rains, it pours" and "College" among the funniest. The humor it's still quick, and fresh, and sometimes you get scared of missing part of the dialogue because you haven't finished laughing. And this week's episode lived up to the expectations that come with the weeks when no new episodes are on the air.

The relationship between Liz and Jack will be remembered as one of the best in any comedy series. "Mrs. Donaghy" makes you laugh out loud, and at the same time manages to take you, in a few minutes, through the four and a half years this two characters have lived with each other in their lives.

One of the best episodes of the series.

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