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It's Never Too Late for Now 

Jenna takes Liz out to distract her from her breakup and prove love still exists, while Jack, a newly sleep-deprived father, loses his negotiating edge when discussing his nanny's salary. Pete and Frank start a rock band.

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Jenna takes Liz out to distract her from her breakup and prove love still exists, while Jack, a newly sleep-deprived father, loses his negotiating edge when discussing his nanny's salary. Pete and Frank start a rock band.

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17 February 2011 (USA)  »

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Frank's trucker hats say "Regional Dishonor Society" and "Snake Biter". See more »

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Jack Donaghy: Meanwhile, I just got worked over by my Trinidadian night nurse. I made every mistake you can in a negotiation: I spoke first, I smiled, I negotiated with myself. If I had done that in a mock negotiation in business school, Professor Widmer would have spanked me in front of the whole class - bare bottom!
Liz Lemon: OK, but it's harder with someone like a nanny, right? I mean, there's an emotional component: she takes care of your baby.
Jack Donaghy: Lemon, you just had a structural, analytic insight. Professor Widmer ...
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References Eat Pray Love (2010) See more »

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Weekend Woman
Performed by Scott Adsit and Judah Friedlander
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It's Never Too Late for Now (#5.15)
14 December 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Liz decides to become a spinster, gets a at, makes her hair accordingly and gives up on men. But Jenna drags her to a club where she has a great night with a guy, coincidence or not? Jack has trouble to negotiate with his babysitter. And Pete and Frank start a band with an awesome hit "Its never too late for now".

Many funny moments. Especially when Jack negotiates with the babysitter and tries to make her think that he has the upper hand because he doesn't care about his baby.

Was also fun to see the little detective like analysis Liz did.

I just don't like the common negative image for cats. They are such lovable animals, had them all my life. It irritates me to see this overused joke about unhappy women having cats, I just wonder how many are staying in the shelter because of this dumb cultural view. An why does a character who decide to not lose hope for a relationship get rid of the cat, it is possible to have both! Still a good episode, but the cat thing is my pet peeve that makes me enjoy it less.


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