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Liz Lemon is called upstairs to meet the new network exec, Jack Donaghy, who instructs her to hire movie star Tracy Jordan to draw a young male audience to 'The Girlie Show'.
Jack continues to tweak The Girlie Show so that eccentric Tracy Jordan is the star of the show. And Liz makes it all much worse when she tries to smooth things over.
Cupid has a new rival when Jack insists on sending Liz on a blind date with his out of town friend, Thomas.
Jack the Writer
Lines are drawn when Jack decides to sit in on the writers' room and Kenneth the page tries to deal with Tracy's difficult demands.
Jack is determined to act in a sketch on the show. Liz suspects Tracy may be illiterate.
Jack Meets Dennis
Liz reconnects with her ex-boyfriend Dennis, the last remaining pager salesman in New York. Meanwhile, Jenna and Tracy try to "enhance" their appearances for career reasons.
Tracy Does Conan
It's a star showdown when a dazed and confused Tracy bumps Jenna from her scheduled appearance on Late Night with Conan O'brien.
At the urging of everyone, Liz finally breaks up with her beeper salesman boyfriend, but the path back to "single and loving it" proves to be filled with unforeseen obstacles.
The Baby Show
There are mommy issues on the set when Jenna tells everyone that Liz wants to get pregnant, and Jack gives her some very personal parental advice.
The Rural Juror
Jenna can't wait for her new movie to open, but Liz won't tell her what she really thinks of her performance.
The Head and the Hair
There are some new power players around when Jack and Kenneth the page switch roles for the day and Liz finds herself clicking with a gorgeous hunk.
Liz, Jack and Jenna rub elbows with the upper crust at a prince's (Paul Reubens) birthday party. But the end of the evening finds Liz lying low after Jack's ex-wife (Isabella Rossellini) shows up.
Up All Night
Valentine's Day is much more than candy and flowers when Jack celebrates the finalization of his divorce and the writers are forced to pull an all-nighter.
The “C” Word
Being the boss isn't all it's cracked up to be when Liz overhears the writers discussing her management style and Jack tries to impress CEO Don Geiss (Rip Torn) at a charity golf tournament by bringing Tracy along.
It's negotiation time, and Jack plans to teach Liz a thing or two about how to handle Josh's new contract. Jenna makes several big publicity mistakes.
The Source Awards
It's lights, camera, aggravation when Liz finds herself locked in a relationship with Tracy's determined new manager and Jack forces Tracy to host The Source Awards (special guests L.L. Cool J and Wayne Brady).
The Fighting Irish
Family matters move front and centre when Jack is reunited with his down-and-out brother (Nathan Lane) and Liz has a tough time making staff cutbacks.
Sparks are flying when Jack uses Kenneth the page to thwart an aggressive west coast NBC exec (Will Arnett) and Liz follows her crush to an AA meeting.
Love is in the air, but Liz is concerned when Jack takes an overwhelming interest in her new boyfriend (Jason Sudeikis).
There are certainly no sparks when Jack asks Liz to take his fiancee, Phoebe (Emily Mortimer), out for a ladies' lunch. But Liz finds a lot more to like when her boyfriend takes her to the great city of Cleveland.
Tracy, on the run from the Black Crusaders, goes into hiding with Kenneth's cousin Jessie (Sean Hayes), and the pressure's on Liz to make the show work after Jack's mother (Elaine Stritch) arrives and Jack ends up in the hospital.
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