The version of White Haven, PA presented in this episode varies greatly from the real thing. The real White Haven is a suburb of Wilkes-Barre, not Philadelphia, and it is not situated in a dry county, as no counties in Pennsylvania prohibit alcohol sales. There is also no route 9 in Pennsylvania, as a hotel clerk mentions to Jack.
Jack: We all have ways of coping. I use sex and awesomeness.
Jenna: And I definitely would have gone to my reunion, but the boat I was educated on sank.
Tracy: Where were you two? Your job is to protect me from embarrassment.
Dotcom: Grizz had to go to the optometrist.
Tracy: Making up words won't save you!
Liz: The only people that are going to go to this thing are people like [Kelsey] and her stupid friends—the cool, pretty crowd.
Jack: Well, that's you now, Lemon. You've got a hit TV show, you've got very impressive friends, you've found a hairstyle that works for you—so long as it's not too humid—and you're telling me that you don't have the confidence to face a bunch of whittling, jug-blowing, IHOP-monkeys?
Liz: Jack, it's a suburb of Philadelphia.
Jack: Lemon, you will go and show that Kelsey Winthrop that the ugly duckling has turned into a... vaguely ethnic swan.
Jack: What happened when I told you Geiss had screwed me over for the CEO job? Did you offer your help as a friend, or did you make some joke about me being impotent?
Liz: Geez, that was, like, eight hours ago!
Liz: Ugh, even Rob Sussman hated me? He was the first gay guy I ever kissed!
Rob: Hello, Elizabeth, it's Rob Sussman. Still think I'm "gayer than the volleyball scene in Top Gun"?
Liz: One time I laughed at a blind guy eating spaghetti! Sometimes I pee in the shower if I'm really tired! I saw my grandparents making love once, and I didn't leave right away!
Jack: Hey, Lemon, check this out. I just made it up. The three Bs: beers, boats, and buds. Doesn't that sound great?
Liz: Are you having a stroke?
Liz: How is this working? You're 12 years older than everyone here.
Jack: Lemon, rich 50 is middle class 38.
Kenneth: Your landlord called and said it's not the toilet, it's you.
Liz: That's his opinion.
The episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
This is the first of Jeff Hiller's two, unrelated appearances on 30 Rock. He can also be seen in season five's "Double-Edged Sword".
The German episode title is "Klassentreffen", and the French title is "Réunion d'anciens élèves", both meaning "Class Reunion". The Spanish title is "Reunión".
International Airdates: Latin America: March 4, 2009 on Sony Entertainment Television (aka Canal Sony); Australia: March 9, 2009 on Channel 7; Czech Republic: May 27, 2011 on Prima COOL
Though credited, Scott Adsit, Judah Friedlander, Katrina Bowden, and Keith Powell do not appear in this episode.
Music: INXS' "Need You Tonight"; Animotion's "Obsession"