The cast and crew prepare to move on from TGS on the series finale of 30 Rock. "Hogcock;Last Lunch" is the 13th episode of the show's seventh season.
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Liz does all she can to save TGS from cancellation on 30 Rock. "A Goon's Deed in a Weary World" is the 11th episode of the show's seventh season.
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Jack leaves Jenna in charge while he heads to Florida on 30 Rock. "Florida" is the tenth episode of the show's seventh season.
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Devon and Jack join forces to gain control of Kabletown on 30 Rock. "Game Over" is the ninth episode of the show's seventh season.
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Jack concocts a plot in order to not disappoint his mother on 30 Rock. "My Whole Life is Thunder" is the eight episode of the show's seventh season.
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Will Criss and Liz consider starting a family on 30 Rock. "Mazel Tov Dummies!" is the seventh episode of the show's seventh season.
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Jacy's unhappy when Tracy portrays him as a villain in a movie on 30 Rock. "Aunt Phatso vs. Jack Donaghy" is the sixth episode of the show's seventh season.
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Liz and Jack fight over Jenna on 30 Rock. Well, over her vote, that is.
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Liz and Jack continue to square off over the 2012 Presidential election on 30 Rock. "Unwindulax" is the fourth episode of the show's seventh season.
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Jack talks to the cigar smoking woman in his quest to influence voters on 30 Rock. "Stride for Pride" is the third episode of the show's seventh season.
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Jenna doesn't handle it well when her song doesn't sell on 30 Rock. "Governor Dunston" is the second episode of the show's seventh season.
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Liz must deal with Jenna's bridezilla side when she's asked to be the maid of honor at her wedding on the season premiere of 30 Rock. "The Beginning of the End" is the first episode of the show's seventh season.
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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!

Liz Lemon is a Judas to all womankind.

Abby Flynn