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Name him “The.” “Dennis” probably refers to Dennis Duffy, an ex-boyfriend of Liz’s, who is hilarious. “Conan” probably refers to Conan O’Brien, a late night talk show host, who in, in fact, an avid guitarist. You’ve come a long way, haven’t you, Kenneth Ellen, with your cheap loafers and your page jacket?
Curiously, Donald Glover isn’t listed as a writer on this episode. Some claim Sun Tzu, the great and ancient Chinese military strategist said this, others attribute it to Machiavelli or Petrarch, but the first recorded use is actually in the The Godfather Part II by Michael Corleone. She created and writes for the fictional comedy-sketch show The Girlie Show or TGS with Tracy Jordan.She is portrayed by Tina Fey, who is also the creator of the series and its showrunner.[Kenneth smells his fingers] Jack’s doing a fantastic impression of Dr. Hannibal Lector (played by Sir Anthony Hopkins), tormenting Clarice Starling (played by Jodie Foster) in the movie The The Silence of the Lambs, and although the words are different, the sentences are almost identical. And Stone Mountain, Georgia is a real place of around 8,000 people, and the birthplace of the second Klu Klux Klan. Liz’s “bi-curious” shoes look suspiciously similar to Ellen’s shoes shown at the end of The Ellen De Generes Show.
In fact her entire foot looks suspiciously Ellen-like, who is a noted lesbian. “Neptune” probably refers to The Neptune Room, a Mediterranean-inspired seafood restaurant in the Upper West Side. So far being mentioned on 30 Rock is NOT a good thing.
For the second time today, she gives herself the Heimlich maneuver to save herself. Tracy’s implying both that Jack isn’t that smart, he just has some freakish savant ability with cards and that he’s possibly cheating at cards in some way.
Tracy appears to be holding the Ace of Clubs, 4 of Hearts, Queen of Spades, and the 7 of Spades.
Liz Lemon is choking on one of the variety of Altoids mints that exist today, each nestled tastily in their tin containers. Rain Man was a movie with Dustin Hoffman who played Raymond, a character with autism.
This particular curiously strong throat-blocker is classic peppermint, given away by the tin’s red edges. Raymond’s brother, played by Tom Cruise, at one point took him to Las Vegas to count cards in poker.
And then sequences like the poker games from “Blind Date” come forward, and they make the waiting worth it.