'30 Rock': Jack and Liz take Florida!

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And all was right in the 30 Rock world for at least a hot second! Jack had a newfound understanding of happiness. Tracy and Jenna helped Kenneth be his best self. And Liz Lemon finally got some good news from Bev, the adoption lady: There were two children, a brother and a sister, Liz could adopt! She agreed to take both kids. Hooray! But before you go celebrating a happy ending, Hank Hooper showed up to issue two last statements in his tenure as CEO. 1) Liz looked glowing, did she get some sun?, and 2) he had to cancel TGS because of the lawsuit and PR nightmare she’d caused in her “den of sin.”

So before we get in to the night’s best lines and exchanges, I have to ask: Do you think Hank’s comment about Liz glowing is just excellent foreshadowing of a pregnancy? And more importantly, do you know anyone at Doritos?

Without further ado, the night’s best exchanges:

++ “He’s a 3-year-old boy from Transylvania. Stay with me. His name is Dracul. Hear me out. He is a hemophiliac with a sleep disorder…” —Liz telling Tracy about the child she might adopt

++ “I’m spontaneous. For instance, I started talking before I had an example of how I’m spontaneous.” —Liz

++ “Dear Doritos, what about just selling bags full of your dust? I could put it on chicken or fish.” —Liz

++ “…My grandfather’s purple heart. It’s terrible what alcoholism can do to the body.” —Jack, listing one of the items his mother left behind

++ “I saw this on Dateline. Next, we’ll be holding hands in adjacent bathtubs. Or maybe that was a Cialis commercial…it’s all a blur.” —Liz

++ “If you want to know why JAG wasn’t on this week, press three.” —The automated recording from Florida Emergency Services

++ Jenna: “Start from the beginning.”
Martin Lutherking: Well, the plaintiff’s deposition alleges that…”
Tracy: “No. Further back. What kind of dinosaur was your grandfather?”

++ Martha: “She was an angel that fell from heaven.”
Jack, whispering: “So was Lucifer.”

++ “I understand what you’re getting at, Lemon. There was a particularly youth-oriented priest in my childhood parish who went after everybody but me. Even fat Ralph, and he ate his boogers. I felt so unpretty.” —Jack

++ “[Happiness has] never been the goal, Lemon. The goal has always been money or prestige or, when playing hockey, the goal.” —Jack

++ Liz: “Hello, Beverly.”
Bev: “It’s just Bev, Liz. My mother died while naming me.”

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