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Let's Stay Together 

Jack tries to embrace diversity to satisfy a grandstanding congresswoman who could potentially block the NBC/KableTown deal, and Jenna tries to help Kenneth get his page job back.

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Jack must appear before Congress to discuss NBC's merger with KableTown. He hopes that he will charm celebrity members, but one Congresswoman, Regina Bookman, demands more diversity in its programming lineup. Jack quickly enlists Tracy to come up with some new development ideas. Meanwhile, Liz is fed up with the flack her writing staff gives her, and Jenna helps Kenneth reapply to the extremely competitive Page Program. Written by NBC Publicity

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7 October 2010 (USA)  »

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Jack says he forgot the name of the black character on Community. Liz tells him it's Donald Glover (although she mispronounces his extremely common first name). Glover was a writer and story editor on this show before leaving to star in Community. See more »

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Jack Donaghy: What about Twofer?
Liz Lemon: I don't know if you've heard, but he went to Harvard.
Jack Donaghy: So we know he's smart and good at masturbation.
Liz Lemon: Yeah!
[They high-five]
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References Sex and the City (1998) See more »

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Performed by Jack McBrayer
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Let's Stay Together (#5.3)
8 December 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Jack meets a congress woman who questions the diversity of NBC and tries to make it look as if his company is more diverse. Kenneth is reapplying for the page job, but it is harder than it used to be and Jenna reinvents him to help him get his beloved job back.

The first two episodes of this season made me a little worried, but this episode brings it back to the fun level. Not one of the best episodes but pretty funny and with some original moments and jokes as well as a great extra, this time Queen Latifah who did a great job.

Loved to see Kenneth work with Jenna to be a page again, his interview dance was great.


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