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30 Rock: St. Valentine's Day

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Hello Lemonings!

Hysterical episode last night!! One of my favorite's of the season.

Jon Hamm continued his story arc (while his real life wife, Jennifer Westfeldt continued with her pregnant with an aneurysm storyline on GREY'S ANATOMY in the same time slow) as the hunky Dr. Drew Baird. Liz asks him out, not realizing the day is Valentine's Day. In order to downplay the significance, she makes stew at home, which leads to a gastrological nightmare. Things go from bad to worse, when Dr. Drew's trouble making daughter is dropped off and gets a call his mother has taken a turn for the worse in the hospital. (I've had this date before. It's like Tina Fey is reading my journal.)

Jack is forced to attend mass with Elisa (Salma Hayek) shortly after a subtle as a heart attack cross-promotion with McDonald's bit is played out. Having missed confession for several decades, Jack sends a young priest running and incurs the wrath of Elisa.

And Kenneth (remember him?) gets a storyline, falling for a blind girl (or as Tracy calls her, "a sexy Miss Magoo"), whose instincts have never let her down, "except for looking into that eclipse." Speechless by her beauty, Tracy steps in to be Kenneth's "voice" in a play on the classic Cyrano tale. (You may also remember her as Jack McBrayer's newly wed wife in FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL.)

THE GOOD:

The chemistry with Hamm and Fey. And I've finally accepted the relationship between Jack and Elisa. Yes, it was a long-time coming, but I'm "on the train."

I also loved the confession, that Jack once claimed he was God in deposition. (Coincidence, or a nod to one of my favorite good/ bad movies, Malice).

And finally... Dr. Drew's dying mother's confession and Fey's expression. Priceless.

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Dr. Drew: That was really good stew.

Liz: Thank you. It's from my own recipe where I use cheddar cheese instead of water.
_________
Jack (upon seeing Dr. picture on Liz's iPhone): What is this a green card thing?

Liz: No.

Jack: Closet case?

Liz: I don't think so.

Jack: Bundy-esque serial killer?

Liz: That was my first thought, but no.
__________

The Waiter (to a lonely Jack and his massive dessert): I'm sorry. Is this like a Sixth Sense thing? Should I bring a place setting for your friend?

Tell me what you thought of last night's episode!

-Chad Darnell


Tags: 30 Rock, Alec Baldwin, Jack McBrayer, Jon Hamm, Salma Hayek, Tiny Fey, Tracy Morgan
Posted by Chad on February 13, 2009 3:47 PM
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