Of course I overcame the stutter in three languages.
On to Princeton, Harvard, the top of the business world.
Like a genetically-manipulated shark." —Tracy, Season 3, Episode 19"In my experience, 'let's think about it' usually ends up as me watching in my basement on prom night." —Liz, Season 3, Episode 19"Isn't there a Slanket somewhere you should be filling with your farts?
" —Elisa, Season 3, Episode 19"Don't push it Liz, let it happen. " —Liz, Season 3, Episode 21"If I have learned anything from my SIMS family: When a child doesn't see his father enough he starts to jump up and down, then his mood level will drop until he pees himself." —Liz, Season 3, Episode 21"Which one is the elevator I'm not afraid of? " —Kenneth, Season 4, Episode 5"Miss Maroney, your Mexican diet pills came. The same people who say my grandfather was a monkey. " —Kenneth, Season 4, Episode 6"I know it's a girl, Liz Lemon, because I yelled out 'Susan B. A homeless man cooking a Hot Pocket on a third rail of the G train! " —Tracy, Season 4, Episode 21 "God, three weddings in one day, I'm going to be in Spanx for 12 hours.
In my dreams." —Kenneth, Season 3, Episode 17"We have a show tonight. Not even the time I had that virus they kept saying only raccoons get." —Liz, Season 3, Episode 18"The Kid's Choice Awards?
Fine, I'll set aside my feud with Raven-Symoné for one day, but she knows what she did." —Jenna, Season 3, Episode 18"You're wise, Liz Lemon.
He refers to his alma mater as "the Harvard of central Connecticut" to which Liz replies, "Yale is the Harvard of central Connecticut." Criss plays guitar, sings, and writes songs for Liz often for what he perceives to be romantic occasions. , Criss wakes Liz on Valentine's Day with a song which he does not completely finish: "Someone thinks you're special, in every single way, I wrote this song to wish you a happy Valentine's Day, And the chorus goes here, yea this is where the chorus goes, didn't have time to write it, but the chorus goes here..." In the season seven episode Governor Dunston, Criss (in an attempt to make "trying" for a baby more fun) sings Liz a John Mayer-esque song called "Your Body is My Garden of Eden" which Liz interrupts with "I hate you!This week marks the momentous occasion of 30 Rock's first live episode, and aside from the unpredictable, outrageous highlights we're bound to see, there's also a host of guest stars who'll be stopping by.Two of them include Jon Hamm and Matt Damon, a pair of Liz Lemon's love interests." —Dennis, Season 1, Episode 6"I am a stabbing robot." —Tracy, Season 1, Episode 7"It's after six. " —Jack, Season 1, Episode 7"Jack Donaghy is gonna kill me and then he's gonna kill you and then he's gonna fold us up in a pizza and eat us." —Liz, Season 1, Episode 9"I don't have any money if that's what you're after.And I'm not one of those girls that does weird stuff in bed because they think they have to."So, here's some advice I wish I woulda got when I was your age: Live every week like it's Shark Week." —Tracy, Season 1, Episode 4"No, Tracy took advantage of my white guilt, which is supposed to be used only for good, like over-tipping and supporting Barack Obama." —Liz, Season 1, Episode 5"You know there are 17 million rats per person in Manhattan.