30 Rock

Season 4 Episode 22

I Do Do (2)

3
Aired Thursday 8:00 PM May 20, 2010 on NBC
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8.1
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Episode Summary

Liz encounters the man of her dreams while dealing with the weddings of Cerie, Floyd, and Grizz. Jack is forced to choose between Avery and Nancy. Another woman comes between Jenna and her boyfriend. Kenneth fears receiving a promotion that would move him to Los Angeles.

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  • I Do

    8.2
    And 30 Rock grabs yet another big name in Matt Damon to appear on their show. Damon was mostly hit or miss, some lines worked, while others did not, but you have to appreciate a talented, A-list actor going out of his way to play a demeaning role on the small screen.



    The episode was another successful season finale, as thankfully the love triangle is over. Now we just need to find a way to get Avery out of the picture too.



    While 30 Rock has been fantastic the past few weeks, I kind of want the show to go back to being about TGS and not Liz searching for love in the city, but I don't see that format change happening anytime soon.moreless
  • Basically Liz goes through with her three-wedding ordeal and meets the man of her dreams along the way. At the same time, Jack has to choose between the two women he has been in love with for the past few episodes, and Kenneth looses his job.moreless

    8.5
    I thought this episode was true to 30 Rock's quality throughout the season. It had a few good parts and a few parts where I was slightly bored. Matt Damon guest starred, which is ALWAYS a plus in my book. Kenneth's drunken rant at the end was hillarious. I'm getting a little teary about 30 Rock coming to an end now that Alec Baldwin is leaving, and I think the plot of this episode was preparing us for that. It left enough hanging for there to be some issues resolved next season, but it cleared some stuff up too. All in all, a solid season finale for 30 Rock that I enjoyed.moreless
  • Matt Damon!

    10
    Ahhh, I love Matt Damon, and every time he was on screen I was like, Gahhh. Anyway, he did a good job, and I thought there were a lot of interesting plot points this ep, and it kinda shows that as long as it is a season final, then you cant bring out all the stops! I can't wait to see how things turn out with Kenneth (possibly) fired - pretty sure Jack'll bring him back - and Jack trying to deal with Avery's pregnancy and the impending commitment that will entail, and finally Liz's new relationship (that'll probably be explained in the first ep to have fizzled out because Matt Damon[!] can only do the one episode). So even though I've kinda guessed what will happen, I'm still excited for season 5!



    Also, I happened to really love the Wesley Snipes character. His and Liz's chemistry, although unsettling for Liz, was completely hilarious! If they ever bring him back in the future, I would definitely enjoy it.moreless
Susan Heyward

Susan Heyward

Feyoncé

Guest Star

Kristin McGee

Kristin McGee

Kaitlin

Guest Star

Craig Castaldo

Craig Castaldo

Moonvest

Guest Star

Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks

Avery Jessup

Recurring Role

Jason Sudeikis

Jason Sudeikis

Floyd Debarber

Recurring Role

Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore

Nancy Donovan

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Liz: (stalling the wedding; flipping through the pages of a Bible) So I'm gonna marry... Japheth. And we're gonna live in... Nineveh. And I'm gonna be a... prostitute!

    • Kenneth: Uh, oh! Ring ring! (pretends to take a cell phone out of pocket) What's up? Nothin', just giving a dumb tour to a bunch of uggos. (points at crowd) Let's meet up later and smoke some DRUG cigarettes.

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Nancy tells Jack that she, "can't share you with another woman like you're that Mormon guy on HBO who was in that tornado movie—the one with the girl with the forehead who was married to that Jewish guy," referring to Bill Paxton's starring in both HBO's Big Love and Jan de Bont's 1996 film Twister, which also starred Helen Hunt, who was married to Hank Azaria from 1999–2001.

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