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30 Rock: Episode 210

C.C. and Jack struggle to make their long-distance affair work while Liz dabbles in real estate.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x10
Production Number: 210
Airdate: Thursday January 10th, 2008
Special Airtime: 08:30 pm

Alternate Airdates:

NL (Comedy Central) Jul 23, 2009
BR (Sony) Feb 17, 2011

Special Guest Stars
Gladys KnightGladys Knight
As Herself

Guest Stars
Edie FalcoEdie Falco
As C.C.
Grizz ChapmanGrizz Chapman
As Grizz
Kevin Brown (2)Kevin Brown (2)
As Dotcom
Maulik PancholyMaulik Pancholy
As Jonathan
James ArdenJames Arden
As Detlef
Jimmy Burke (1)Jimmy Burke (1)
As Coal Miner
Julia BarnettJulia Barnett
As Charlotte
Toby HussToby Huss
As Deutsche Stimme
Main Cast
Tina FeyTina Fey
As Liz Lemon
Tracy MorganTracy Morgan
As Tracy Jordan
Jane KrakowskiJane Krakowski
As Jenna Maroney
Jack McBrayerJack McBrayer
As Kenneth Parcell
Scott AdsitScott Adsit
As Pete Hornberger
Judah FriedlanderJudah Friedlander
As Frank Rossitano
Alec BaldwinAlec Baldwin
As Jack Donaghy
Keith PowellKeith Powell
As James "Toofer" Spurlock
Lonny RossLonny Ross
As Josh Girard
Episode Notes
This was the final episode completed before the 2007 WGA strike.

This episode was named "Episode 210" because the writers stopped naming the episodes due to the WGA strike.

Ratings: 5.97 million viewers

Although credited, Pete Hornberger (Scott Adsit), Frank Rossitano (Judah Friedlander), Cerie (Katrina Bowden), James "Toofer" Spurlock (Keith Powell) and Josh Girard (Lonny Ross) do not appear in this episode.

Episode Quotes
Jack: (to C.C.) Get in that ridiculous electric car of yours and get up here.

Kenneth: I'd always been told that New York was the 21st century city of Sodom. And look what's happened. I've become one of them. I've been sodomized.

Kenneth: I don't drink coffee, sir. I don't drink hot liquids of any kind. That's the devil's temperature.

Tracy: Boundaries are made to be tested. That's why my wife and I stopped using a safe word

Liz: Real estate? No, that's something you do when you're married and you have a family.
Jack: Sure, wait for that. Your home will be in the floating city of New Chicago.

Jonathan: We're trying to buy the largest cable network in Northern Europe. And if we do do that, it'll be huge.
Liz: What about your huge doo-doo? (high-fives herself)

Liz: I have a checking account. I am two payments away from owning my bike. Also, I have a star that my aunt named after me, although that was recently downgraded to a gas giant, so ...

Liz: I still have to get approved by the co-op board. I'm all nervous. I have to dress up and smile and try to get them to like me. It's gonna be like going on a blind date.
Jenna: No, it's so much better, because an apartment never waits until you get in the shower, then steals the necklace your mother gave you.

Jack: God, I haven't thought about work once this whole time.
C.C.: I know, it's weird.
Jack: Good weird, or last night weird?

C.C.: (to Jack) When I was with you the other day, I missed the vote on a bill to legalize recreational whale torture.

Kenneth: I let my momma down, and I'm going back to Georgia.
Tracy: What? No, you can't leave, kid. Who's gonna help me tell white people apart?

Cultural References
Pete Hornberger (Scott Adsit), Frank Rossitano (Judah Friedlander), Cerie (Katrina Bowden), James "Toofer" Spurlock (Keith Powell) and Josh Girard (Lonny Ross) not appearing is an allusion to the 2007 WGA writers' strike.


The flashbacks featuring Jack and C.C. show them on a network called "G-Span", a reference to C-Span.

A reference to Coca-Cola is made when Jack is given a beverage by a child in a betting shop.

Episode References
The robot that strangled Jenna during Tracy's dream sequence was previously seen in "Blind Date".

At Liz's meeting with the co-op board, she states that she's a model neighbor and to ask any of her neighbors, except Raheem. In "Somebody to Love", Liz suspects Raheem of being a terrorist.

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