"Hogcock; Last Lunch"

On the series finale of 30 Rock, Jack looks back on the developments of his life while Liz moves on and Jenna prepares on last song for the cast and crew.

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"A Goon's Deed in a Weary World"

On 30 Rock, Jack prepares to hire a new NBC president while Liz rallies the staff to try and save the show from cancellation.

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"Florida"

Jack and Liz head to Florida where the uncover a shocking discovery about his mother on 30 Rock.

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"Game Over"

Jack joins forces to gain control of Kabletown away from his nemesis while Liz contemplates motherhood on 30 Rock.

"My Whole Life Is Thunder"

On 30 Rock, Jenna doesn't take news of Liz's marriage well while Jack works on a strategy not to disappoint his mother.

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"Mazel Tov Dummies!"

On 30 Rock, Jack and Jenna both evaluate their self-worth while Tracy handles an surprising medical diagnosis.

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"Aunt Phatso vs. Jack Donaghy"

On 30 Rock, when Tracy gives an unflattering portrayal of Jack in a movie, Jack isn't happy, meanwhile Liz has to go in for surgery.

  • 4.0 / 5.0
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"There's No I in America"

Election fever strikes TGS on this episode of 30 Rock, as Jack and Liz battle for Jenna's vote.

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"Unwindulax"

Liz and Jack continue to square off over the Presidential election on 30 Rock.

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"Stride of Pride"

On 30 Rock, Jack and Liz argue over the political debate for voters in the Presidential election. Jenna becomes desperate to please her new fans.

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30 Rock Quotes

Don Geiss: If you're watching this, you are an executive of the General Electric Corporation, and the unthinkable has happened. Capitalism is ending, either because of the Soviets or something ridiculous, like a woman President. I'm speaking to you from the year 1987, but the message is timeless: Avoid The Noid!

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