This show focused on NBC and TGS for the first time in awhile. Sure, a lot of the episode took place outside of the studios, but the writing staff was finally in an episode, and the Jack-Elisa plot had to do with him spending so much time at work with the executives.
Liz and Kenneth were looking for the cellphone in Queens.
Jack was trying to find time for love and work.
Pete and the gang were looking for Tracy's money, which he supposedly stashed at work.
The scenes here and there of Larry King interviewing Tracy were spread out and hilarious.
What Tracy was saying on TV affected all of the other plots in the episode.
In the end, Tracy's hidden money was on Kenneth's person, enabling Liz to get her phone back.
Goodbye to Elisa for now.
As for Liz's life, there was no Drewthis week, though it's great they mentioned his character and that he and Liz are still going out.
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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Look at this guy ... he used to be a man once.Jack
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