Jack launches a plot to take over as Kabletown CEO with the help of Devon Banks, Liz gets more bad news from the adoption agency, and the lead actress in Tracy's Harriet Tubman biopic turns out to be the female version of Tracy himself.

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Jack launches a plot to take over as Kabletown CEO with the help of Devon Banks, Liz gets more bad news from the adoption agency, and the lead actress in Tracy's Harriet Tubman biopic turns out to be the female version of Tracy himself.

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Game Over (#7.9)
23 December 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The battle between Kaylie and Jack has come to a finale and Jack won. Liz finds out that her marriage doesn't get her a newborn but she may think about adopting an older kid. Tracy is shooting a movie and the actress in it is just as horrible as Tracy usually is, so he tries to be like Liz to control her.

The Jack and Kaylie game over as great. A bit of a crazy end twist, but then again it is acceptable in this show and does seem fitting to Hank's character. Seeing Devon and Jack partner up was great, and I must say I didn't even expect it to end this way.

This was my favorite part of the show, the other two stories weren't as great.


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