Why are you so good at parody, 30 Rock? I thought you topped yourself back with the "Glenngary Glenn Ross" episode, but this one takes the cake. Tina Fey and the gang decide it is the perfect time to spoof the now infamous late night war scandal, and they do it using garbage men (fitting enough).
The episode opens with Liz distraught over the fact that she is not invited to "Thursday Night Thunder," a TGS Thursday tradition that she was never informed about. She voices her concerns to Tracy, and he explains how his wife Angie's pregnancy complications were the reason that he could not attend. Tracy asks Liz to "take care of Angie like a husband" because he is not ready for the responsibility, she declines, and, of course, Kenneth is game. He runs to the rescue.
Jack informs Liz that as he was having an intimate night with Avery, he began to utter Nancy's name during sex. As soon as Avery began to question him, he saved himself by pretending to say "Nanna." Avery believes him, and even puts moth-balls behind her ears and feeds our favorite boss peppermints. Even though things are still at the status quo, Jack knows he must make a decision by the end of the day, or he will risk loosing both beautiful women. Liz tells Jack she is insulted that the TGS staff does not invite her out, but Jack explains how a good boss must keep his/her distance from their staff. She seems pissed, but understands that concept.
After getting slapped across the face, Kenneth calls Tracy and tells him that he must come home and care for his wife. In hopes she doesn't "turn her rings around" on Kenneth, Tracy realizes that he must in fact care for his ailing wife. Meanwhile, Cerie tells Liz and Jenna that he wedding is back on, even after her fiancÃ© was "on his dad's boat and captured by pirates" and saved by the A-Team. She also tells the two women that they have to plan her bachelorette work party for this evening, and Liz exclaims, "There ain't no party like a Liz Lemon party cause a Liz Lemon party is mandatory!"
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