Liz tries to reassure her staff that the show's forced hiatus is temporary, but everyone starts to focus on their fallback plans.Meanwhile, Jack attempts to salvage a cable network by enlisting his nemesis, Devin Banks. Written by
Did You Know?
The same year that "30 Rock" started airing, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
(2006), another show set behind the scenes of a fictional Saturday Night Live
(1975)-type show, also premiered. Even though there were many differences between them (including "30 Rock" being a half-hour sitcom while "Studio 60" was an hour-long drama), many critics compared the two shows and engaged in speculation about which one would survive. "Studio 60" was canceled after one season. This is why, when Aaron Sorkin
lists some of his most famous movie and TV credits and Liz adds "Studio 60," Sorkin tells her to shut up. See more
Kenneth! you beautiful goon! He's not in Africa; he's somewhere in the delivery zone of Federici's Pizza! We can find him and bring him back here, and no more forced hiatus!
I did it! I saved the show! Now I won't have to go to News.
And I won't have to be the world's worst hooker!
[scene changes to an alley where Liz is leaning into a car wearing a sweatshirt and a blue wig:
You wanna party? It's $500 for kissing and $10,000 for snuggling. End of list.
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