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
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While Liz is talking to Aaron Sorkin
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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.
References The Sing-Off