30 Rock

Season 4 Episode 21

Emanuelle Goes to Dinosaur Land (1)

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM May 13, 2010 on NBC
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Episode Summary

Jack's love triangle with Avery and Nancy grows increasingly complicated. Liz gives old boyfriends a second chance in seeking a date to Floyd's wedding. Tracy continues his quest to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony.

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  • Part 1 of the Wedding

    8.5
    Honestly? How great is this show? It truly speaks volumes about 30 Rock, the perennial Emmy-winner, that they can attract big name actors like Jon Hamm, Elizabeth Banks and Julianne Moore for such goofy roles. This is just the best comedy on network TV, and no one can argue other wise.



    Tracy Jordan had about 70 quoteworthy lines in 22 minutes, Jack was excellent as well, and even Liz was on top of her game. Plus, no Lutz!



    The fast-moving witty dialogue probably goes way over the heads of many viewers, but for those who are able to keep up with it, they are enjoying a tremendous show, tantamount to Frasier or Seinfeld in their prime.moreless
Michael Sheen

Michael Sheen

Wesley Snipes

Guest Star

Seth Kirschner

Seth Kirschner

Shawn

Guest Star

Kristin McGee

Kristin McGee

Kaitlin

Guest Star

Jason Sudeikis

Jason Sudeikis

Floyd Debarber

Recurring Role

Dean Winters

Dean Winters

Dennis Duffy

Recurring Role

Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks

Avery Jessup

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Tracy: (on his new movie) They're paying me one million teacher salaries.

    • Liz: So I'll go to Floyd's wedding alone. Maybe I'll just lean into it and bring a cat and a baby stroller.

    • Tracy: (about his childhood) I seen a blind guy bite a police horse! A puppy committed suicide after he saw our bathroom! I once bit into a burrito and there was a child's shoe in it! I seen a hooker eat a tire! A pack of wild dogs took over and successfully ran a Wendy's! The sewer people stole my skateboard! The projects I lived in was named after Zachary Taylor, generally considered to be one of the worst presidents of all time! I once saw a baby give another baby a tattoo! They were very drunk.

    • Wesley: I don't want to go back to England. I can't suffer through the London 'Lympics. We're not prepared, Liz! Did you see the Beijing opening ceremonies? We don't have control over our people like that.

    • (Liz asks a stranger to be her date)
      Mike: I'd love to be your date, Liz. I like how forward you are. Now may I tell you something? I'm a plushie.
      Liz: Is that a fraternity?
      Mike: Kind of. It means I belong to a group of like-minded people who dress up in mascot costumes and have orgies in hotel rooms and state parks. Our term for intercourse... is yiffing.

    • Wesley: (to Liz) This is meant to be. We're like Russ and Rebecca on Chums.

  • NOTES (3)

    • The German episode title is "Liz und die Verflossenen", meaning "Liz and the Exes".

    • International Airdates: Australia: June 6, 2010 on Channel 7; Latin America: June 24, 2010 on Sony Entertainment Television (a.k.a. Canal Sony); United Kingdom: June 28, 2010 on Comedy Central; Czech Republic: May 30, 2012 on Prima COOL

    • Though credited, Scott Adsit and Keith Powell do not appear in this episode.

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • The episode's title is a spoof on the "Em(m)anuelle" movies, a series of French and American erotic films beginning with 1974's Emmanuelle. The collection includes Emmanuelle in Venice, Emmanuelle in Space, and Emmanuelle in Paradise.

    • Dotcom suggests a script named Hard To Watch: Based on the Book "Stone Cold Bummer" by Manipulate for Tracy to win an Oscar, playing on Lee Daniels' similarly awkwardly titled 2009 film, Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire.

    • Tracy, Kenneth, and Dotcom go to a copy shop stated to be on the corner of 157th Street and Lt. Uhura Avenue, referring to the character from the original Star Trek who was the ship's Communications Officer.

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