"She was like an angel that fell from heaven"
"So was Lucifer."
Great episode all around.
+1 Tim Meadow's lawyer.
awesome = the lawyer's name is 'Martin Lutherking'
I would have loved to have seen a episode where there was a meeting between Jack, Tracy, Dr. Spaceman, and Martin Lutherking....
so much goodness....
-Liz's nightmare w/Lutz out of sync
-Willy Wonka (it took me a second to recognize that tour group)
Donaghy: "I do admire Wonka. He's a true capitalist. His factory has zero government regulations, slave labor and an indoor boat."
-Liz's new kids are mini Tracy and Jenna
I'm really sad to see this show go but man, it is going out in perfect fashion. I love the inevitability of Kenneth's path. Remember Season One when Jack predicted Kenneth could eventually be in charge? Come this fall, my reliable Thursday night TV line-up is going to be almost non-existent. At least we still have Parks and Rec.
Hey, Treme gets good if you stick with it.
Loved the douche sponsor. "Have you ever seen the porn version of Transformers?"
Finally got caught up and I can't echo the above enough.
I think you can make a very good arguement that this is the best network comedy since Seinfeld. And even then I would put it right up there with the best cable comedys (Sunny, Louie, Curb and pre-Team America South Park).
30 Rock will live on...in your tummy.
"30 Rock" ends Thursday, January 31. There's only one way for fans to mourn on this sad day: eat a lot of junk food, Liz Lemon-style. Thankfully, Ben & Jerry's has made that a lot easier, by revealing that the company's next ice cream flavor will in fact be in honor of "30 Rock." We're so overcome with emotion about this, that we think we might be lizzing.
The details of the flavor will be released by co-founder Jerry Greenfield at a New York City finale party steps away from Rockefeller Center. Some tickets are available to the public. The flavor will be available at Ben & Jerry's scoop shops starting in February on on grocery shelves shortly after.
While we don't have too many more details to report at this time yet, it is worth noting that a Ben & Jerry's e-mailed press release started with the now-famous Liz Lemon phrase "I want to go to there."
This isn't Ben & Jerry's first foray into the comedy arenas. Last year, the company released Schweddy Balls in honor of the famous "SNL" skit (we're noticing an Alec Baldwin trend here...). Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon both have their own flavors as well.
Might as well start with the quoting. It'll make it seem like this isn't really the end of everything.
"Oh my God, you're just an alcoholic with a great voice!"
"...you box of factory defective dildos!"
I'm a little disappointed with the Liz Lemon flavor
and now one of my favorite terms....
Lutz and Pete getting such great send-offs was probably the best surprise of the night.
Well, the final scene was definitely the best of the night. I would've thought I'd be pissed at Kenneth, my least favorite character, capping off the entire series, but I loved the bejesus out of that.
I want to rewatch the whole series on Netflix now . . . starting with "Tracy Does Conan."
The closing Rural Juror song slayed me. I loved that the last word we heard before Lorne Michaels' credit was apparently "flurrrm."
EDIT: Also, Jenna barging the stage at the Tonys, making some wacky faces and flashing everybody was a glorious send-off.
Awesome finale. This has to be one of the only times a show has gotten to season 7 and still gone out on top.
"And when that sandwich slides out of you a week later...you will know...LUTZ'S REVENGE."
Choking up and then bursting out laughing, and then choking up and then bursting out laughing.
Christ, what a show. So many great callbacks. So many great endings.
And c'mon, B&J. Liz Lemon wants full-fat ice cream, not lemon-flavored yogurt. Did you even watch the series?