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Brooklyn Without Limits 

Liz frequents a local boutique because she thinks she's helping the environment--and their jeans make her butt look good. Meanwhile, Jack helps an enemy's political rival, and Jenna helps Tracy aim for a Golden Globe nomination.

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Jack tries to influence a Congressional election in favor of a particular candidate for the benefit of the network. Meanwhile, Liz has newfound confidence when Jenna helps her find the perfect pair of jeans. Later, Jenna helps Tracy plan a Golden Globe event. Written by NBC Publicity

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11 November 2010 (USA)  »

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The appearance of John Slattery was yet another nod to Mad Men cast members, charcters, and plot points: *In an earlier episode, Kenneth says his real name is "Dick Whitman," the real name of Don Draper. *Jon Hamm, who stars in Mad Men as Don Draper/Dick Whitman, appeared in several episodes of 30 Rock as Dr. Drew Baird, as well as an NBC anchor in one of the 30 Rock live shows. * Liz Lemon's mom refers to her once working at Sterling-Cooper, the ad agency that's the backdrop for Mad Men. See more »

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Steven Austin: You probably know me from the future, where I am the President of the United States, Steve Austin.
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References The Six Million Dollar Man (1974) See more »

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Brooklyn Without Limits (#5.7)
9 December 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Liz shops in a hip store and finds some great jeans, this makes her support the ideas of the store until she finds out that they are not exactly what they pretend to be. Jack helps Regina Bookman's political rival even though he is crazy. Jenna wants to sabotage Tracy's chances for an award.

One of their top episodes. I liked the cynical storyline about businesses and politics not always being what they pretend to be and support. Very clever and funny. Lots of hilarious lines that are just perfect.

And I loved John Slattery's part in this episode. The guy is hilarious, well acted, all the campaigns and slogans make one laugh. Every time he is on screen the scene is awesome.


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