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First, [Kenneth], I need you to go to the dry cleaners for me and find out how martinizing works. Then I need you to be back by noon to make the bathroom smell like sandalwood before I wreck it.

I don't know, but I have the entire liberal-media establishment at my disposal. Aw, let's see, that company running the bike tour in South Carolina says no singles.

While this “Liz Lemon” sensibility (currently co-opted by Zooey Deschanel on ) might otherwise be bait for a Seth Cohen type, her closest male confidante became none other than Alec Baldwin's Jack Donaghy: her boss, polar opposite and spiritual soulmate. Liz fans, gluttons for self-deprecation, thought so too.) There was no good reason why liberal-minded Liz, whose bullshit detector is forever on high alert, should deign to associate with someone like Jack, a cutthroat corporate blowhard and apparent misogynist with deep-seeded mommy issues.

PHOTOS: TV Swan Songs He's also the same guy who lobbed cutting insults Liz's direction, frequently picking apart her appearance and other perceived flaws. But deep down, Jack and Liz were more alike than they seemed: the two shared a strong sense of purpose; Alpha-level ambition; dark humor; an anxiety propelled by fear of failure and loss of control.

NBC owns Winnipeg Iron Works, which own the Ahp Chanagi Party Meats Corporation of Pyong Yang, North Korea. And all the time I've been on this earth I have only one regret: I should have worked more. As for me I have successfully retreated for another day.

“Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.” And though they’ve never won a war, or mass produced a decent car, in this area, they are correct. All you have to do as the writing staff of an NBC show is incorporate positive mentions, or "pos-mens," of G. Product integration -- setting a new standard in upward revenue-stream dynamics... Your turkey sub, your clothes, the fact that a women of your resources and position lives like some boxcar hobo, or maybe it’s the fact that while I’m saying all this, you have a piece of lettuce stuck in your hair. Making it through a full twenty four hours without a single misstep is called "Reaganing." The only other people who've ever done it: Lee Iacocca, Jack Welch, and -- no judement -- Saddam Hussein. I'm looking for DIHC, Avery, and I'm going to take it wherever I can find it. p .main-container #login input[type=text], .main-container #login input[type=password] .main-container #login input[type=text] .main-container #login input[type=password] .main-container #login div .main-container .remember-forgot .main-container .main-container .main-container #login div label .main-container button .main-container #social .main-container #social span .main-container #social span.facebook .main-container #social span.google .main-container #social span.twitter .main-container #social span.yahoo .main-container .main-container . And it’s with a heavy heart that fans say goodbye: when a great TV show ends, the loss can sting even amid the recognition that it’s time to let go (even Fey can run out of storylines, it seems).“Queen of Jordan 2” (Episode 6.20) It can’t live up the quality of the first “Queen of Jordan” episode, and it can’t be as original and fresh, but it’s still very funny. “The Rural Juror” (Episode 1.10) Pronunciation of the title of Jenna’s indie movie The Rural Juror became a wonderful running gag for the show, and it all started here. “Cougars” (Episode 2.07) The stuff about Liz dating a much younger man, and Jenna’s jealousy thereof, is fine, but it’s Tracy, Jack and Kenneth’s Iraq-paralleling antics in the world of Little League Baseball that are worth the price of admission. “When It Rains, It Pours” (Episode 5.02) Paul Giamatti’s guest appearance is a little broad, but funny, and there’s a lot of good stuff in there about Jack and Avery and Tracy and Angie and parenthood. However, this is the episode that used him best, and it also has some great Jenna stuff when she realizes she’s being offered a mom role on Gossip Girl. “Hiatus” (Episode 1.21) “Hiatus” is the first season’s finale, and, like a lot of finales, it has some big moments.Liz breaks it off with Floyd and returns to New York. It’s not as strong as a season finale should be, probably, but it’s still a good episode. “Subway Hero” (Episode 2.12) Alec Baldwin plays Richard Nixon.