Young Liz Lemon is head writer for a late-night TV variety show in New York, based more-than-loosely on backstage shenanigans at SNL. Liz tries to juggle all the egos around her while chasing her own dream.
Jack tells Liz that, despite what she thinks, she is not over Floyd; Jack has a plan to insert "Seinfeld" footage into the network's current shows.
Jack Gets in the Game
Episode 221 mins
On the heels of Jack's realization that Don Geiss may be retiring, Jack's nemesis returns, engaged to Don's daughter; Liz tries to get her life in order.
Episode 321 mins
Jack learns he must give up his secret collection of cookie jars; Tracy's wife (Sherri Shepherd) announces that she will stay with him at all times to make sure he behaves.
Episode 421 mins
Liz invites her idol (Carrie Fisher) to be a guest writer on the show, but her ideas are too controversial; Kenneth must compete to keep his job.
Episode 521 mins
As part of a companywide environmental initiative, Jack creates a green mascot for the network; Kenneth plans his annual house party.
Somebody to Love
Episode 621 mins
When Jack attends a cocktail party, he falls for a Vermont congresswoman (Edie Falco); Liz suspects her Middle Eastern neighbor of being a terrorist.
Episode 720 mins
Jack takes a special interest in an inner-city Little League team from the worst neighborhood in New York; a new, young employee asks Liz to a gallery opening.
Secrets and Lies
Episode 821 mins
C.C. wants to go public with her relationship with Jack, who is reluctant; Liz continues to appease both Tracy and Jenna as stars of "TGS With Tracy Jordan."
Episode 922 mins
Tracy cannot participate in the staff's annual Ludachristmas party; Liz's parents (Buck Henry, Anita Gillette) and brother (Andy Richter) come to gloat over her.
Episode 1021 mins
Jack meets with German TV executives to close a deal on a cable network; Liz must appear before the co-op board before she can purchase an apartment she wants; Kenneth tries coffee for the first time when Tracy buys a cappuccino machine.
Episode 1121 mins
Jack, riding high on the success of a new reality show, "MILF Island," is blindsided by a newspaper item revealing disparaging comments one of his employees made.
Episode 1221 mins
Liz's ex-boyfriend, Dennis, becomes New York's newest celebrity after jumping in front of a train to save a stranger who fell on the tracks; Jack tries to convince Tracy to become the celebrity face of the Republican Party.
Episode 1321 mins
Don Geiss decides to name Jack his successor as the chairman of GE, but a shocking turn of events involving Geiss' health jeopardizes Jack's promotion; Tracy thinks his career embarrasses his son.
Episode 1420 mins
Floyd, Liz's ex-boyfriend, needs a place to stay overnight after his flight is canceled; Jack is demoted to the 12th floor, causing him to question his future with the company.
Episode 1523 mins
Jack's new political role is not what he expected, so he partners with another government employee (Matthew Broderick) to try to get fired; Liz adjusts to life without Jack and deals with a pregnancy scare.
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