30 Rock

Season 5 Episode 13

Qué Sorpresa!

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Feb 03, 2011 on NBC
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Jack is mortified to discover Kabletown's corporate culture is far more employee-friendly than he's used to. Liz fakes pregnancy to help Avery land a big promotion. A gift from their new bosses puts Jenna and Tracy at odds.

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    7.5
    Vanessa Minnillo actually did a good job as Carmen Chao, didn't think I'd ever say that about the former TRL VJ. I'd like to see her become a recurring character, as it could definitely help the ever-boring Avery, as her scenes are always the low point of the show.



    While this was a good episode, 30 Rock really needs to find something to do with Tracy and Jenna. You have two of the best characters on TV and they are relegated to fighting over a sweatshirt? And it is not like this is the first time those two have had a filler storyline. You have to have something better for them to do.



    Good episode though.moreless
Vanessa Minnillo

Vanessa Minnillo

Carmen Chao

Guest Star

Brian Williams (II)

Brian Williams (II)

Himself

Guest Star

Richard Belzer

Richard Belzer

Sgt. John Munch

Guest Star

Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks

Avery Jessup

Recurring Role

Ken Howard

Ken Howard

Hank Hooper

Recurring Role

Subhas Ramsaywack

Subhas Ramsaywack

Subhas

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Brian Williams: (pitching idea to Jack) And then I pull off my mask, and I'm a lizard-person, too. Blackout. End of episode.

    • Jack: What if you had a black bar at the bottom of the screen that prevented you from seeing anything dirty?
      Hank Hooper: I like that. I like that a lot. It would allow parents to eliminate racy content, like soccer or a woman stuffing a turkey.

    • Kenneth: So much of television is really not fit for children or Christians or (points to self) the elderly, so what if there was a black bar on the lower half of your TV screen that kept you from seeing bad things, like nudity or soccer?

    • Jack: Avery's career has never been more important because I just don't know what's happening with mine.
      Liz: What? Why?
      Jack: The everyone dining room, open office hours, memos with emoticons in them. If this is how Kabletown does business, I don't know if I have a future here.

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