The 'Guide' says "Jack meets with Geman TV executives to close a deal," - but that's not even the half of it. The sub-plots of Jack and CeeCee's relationship and Kenneth the Page leaving for Georgia are what make this episode go. (some spoilers...)
We open with Liz (Tina Fey) and CeeCee (Edie Falco) sitting in the waiting room while Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) is discussing a deal with German TV guys (who apparently don't speak English) to buy a network. Liz gets to see Jack first because Jack and CeeCee have rules for their relationship (which leads to a great fantasy scene where they make a date in the middle of a Congressional Hearing). The stress of the two meeting each other 'half way' in their relationship leads to some great lines and scenes (some by total strangers). Then, Tracy gets straight-laced page, Kenneth, hooked on cappucino, forcing him to re-evaluate all of his beliefs and causing him to consider returning to his home in Georgia on 'the Midnight Train' (which unfortunately leaves at 11:45pm). This leads to one of the better 'spontaneous' ensemble musical numbers in recent TV history. Add in the commercials that you're really not sure are commercials, Tina Fey's 'bad' German and her attempted purchase of a Condo, and then the fact that Jack and CeeCee are probably done (we never quite bought that relationship, anyway, right?), and you have another hilarious episode of this vastly under-appreciated series.
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