30 Rock Quotes: "Sun Tea"

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Last night's 30 Rock, "Sun Tea," showed us that Liz may actually be growing up a bit, saving some of her Dealbreakers money and - gasp! - buying a place of her own.

It also showed us that Tracy and Tracy Jr. together are comedic gold, as are Dr. Leo Spaceman and digs at NBC's Green Week ... during a show on NBC's Green Week.

Oh, and Frank? What a dirty, dirty individual. We don't care if it's good for the earth ... there are just some lines that even a modern day neanderthal should not cross.

Jack was a little lost this week, and relegated to the sidelines, pondering something that was bothering him (in this case, it was a vasectomy). Still, a good 30 Rock.

Below are some classic 30 Rock quotes from last night's episode ...

Memoirs of a Geiss-Ha

As usual, 30 Rock provided witty puns ... some not even spoken aloud.

Frank: Some of them are sun tea and some of them ... were sun tea. | permalink
Jenna: Drama is gay man Gatorade. It replenishes their electrolytes. | permalink
Al Gore: Recycle everything, including jokes. | permalink
Dr. Leo Spaceman: If a patient's friend runs in the room in the middle of an operation, then you have to stop. It's the doctor's code. | permalink
Liz: [on Green Week] Oh brother. Are they really going to do something this year or just put that stupid green peacock in the corner of the screen? | permalink
Jack: Holding up one finger to get someone to be quiet? He invented that ... Geiss also invented the abrupt conversational segue. Okay, talk about your thing now. | permalink
Jack: With real estate there are no rules. It's like check-in at an Italian airport. | permalink
Kenneth: Global warming? Sorry, sir, that's just scientist talk. The same people who say my grandfather was a monkey. If that's true, why was he killed by a monkey? | permalink

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