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.
Did You Know?
In this episode Queen Latifah
plays a congresswoman who complains about the lack of diversity on NBC shows. Coincidentally, Let's Stay Together
(2011) is also the name of the sitcom Latifah's production company produced for BET. See more
We are an immigrant nation. The first generation works their fingers to the bone making things. The next generation goes to college and innovates new ideas. The third generation... snowboards and takes improv classes.
References A Nightmare on Elm Street
Thank You, NBC
Performed by Jack McBrayer See more