This season of 30 Rock has turned into a 6 hour send-off party. The few fans that have remained devoted to the series throughout its run have been serviced on the regular throughout the run. After spending the first six seasons setting high standards with whip fast, and whip smart, hijinks without getting too story dependent, 30 Rock has sought to bring the characters some sort of final resting place within the final 12 episodes. The jokes were still coming in at rates that demand someone create a statistic to discuss it, but now more substantial things were being said within the context of those jokes. Normally, fan service can lead to some clunky stories, but I don’t think anyone would argue with what we have gotten from Liz, Jack, and to a lesser extent, Tracy, this season.