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TGS Hates Women 

Liz believes that her new female guest writer perpetuates negative female stereotypes and is bad for women, while Jack discovers that he has his hands full trying to get rid of the heir to the Kabletown empire.

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When a blog accuses TGS of being misogynistic, Liz hires an upcoming female comedian, Abby Flynn. Liz's plan backfires when Abby seems to be falling into female stereotypes, and Liz and Jenna decide to put Abby in her place. Meanwhile, Jack Donaghy intends to become the successor to KableTown but can only achieve this by eliminating the competition, the granddaughter to the CEO, Kaylie Hooper. Written by NBC Publicity

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24 February 2011 (USA)  »

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The tag with Bob Ballard jokingly "clarifying" some of the science mentioned in the episode is a reference to the Bob Ballard genuinely doing the same for episodes of SeaQuest 2032 (1993). See more »

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References Highlander (1986) See more »

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TGS Hates Women (#5.16)
14 December 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

TGS is accused of hating women and the new writer shows off a lot of negative female stereotypes that irritate Liz. Jack has a new rival, Kayle Hooper a teenager who may inherit Kabletown so he does his best to make her not be interested in television by getting her closer to marine biology.

Wonderful episode. The whole story of Jack battling a kid was hilarious, especially with the twist at the end when it turns out she was playing him as well, getting him closer to his childhood dreams. We need more of her! And Chloë Grace Moretz did a great job. The school scene was a masterpiece, both of writing an acting.


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