Liz and Criss agree to get married, but Liz refuses to have a conventional wedding. Meanwhile, Tracy comes to terms with the fact that he will grow old, and Jenna discovers her true cash value as a human being.
Did You Know?
Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan
) is struck by a taxi twice in this episode, which reinforces his belief that he should live life to the fullest because death can come for you at any time. Less than two years later, Morgan was involved in a tragic automobile accident while riding on a limousine bus, in which he suffered extensive damage to his nervous system. See more
A home video of Criss getting hit in the crotch in an attempt to get on "America's Funniest Home Videos" shows the date as July 11, 1988, but "AFHV" did not premiere until November 26, 1989. See more
I realized a long time ago that weddings aren't about love. They're just a giant industry that preys on gender stereotypes to make adult women spend a ton of money and act like selfish children. I mean, have you seen "Wedding Bitches" on Bravo?
[Cut to reality show of women fighting. Cut back to office
I remember when Bravo used to air operas.
Just in Time
Music by Jule Styne
Lyrics by Betty Comden
and Adolph Green
Performed by Tony Bennett See more