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Queen of Jordan 

Jack puts Liz in charge of an event for Angie in the hopes that she can emotionally manipulate Angie into making an appeal to Tracy. The "Queen of Jordan" cameras bring Jack some ... See full summary »

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Liz Lemon
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Tracy Jordan
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Jenna Maroney
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Kenneth Parcell
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Pete Hornberger
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Dot Com
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Jack puts Liz in charge of an event for Angie in the hopes that she can emotionally manipulate Angie into making an appeal to Tracy. The "Queen of Jordan" cameras bring Jack some embarrassment while leaving Jenna starved for attention. A lost love returns to Frank's life, causing him to question his maturity. Written by NBC Publicity

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Trivia

The regular cast of 30 Rock were credited as guest stars in the beginning of the episode. See more »

Quotes

Jack Donaghy: There is nothing gay about the Princeton fight song. "Oh the merry men of Princeton are charging up the rear, holding all the balls" - okay, I hear it now.
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References The Green Hornet (2011) See more »

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Unintelligible trash loaded with reverse racism
2 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

Angie is truly the most irritating character on this show. Her playing of the race card is beyond unfunny. She's selfish and crude and pathetic and the show would be better off not going anywhere near the themes it canvasses in this episode. Her "crew" are equally annoying. This episode is clearly parodying reality shows, but I don't watch 30 Rock to see a parody of a reality show. And it's not really smart enough written to pull it off either. All the regulars sink to the level of the idocracy which is a shame, because instead of quirky-cute they just become quirky-stupid. The story about the teacher is vaguely amusing but cannot rescue how silly this episode really is.


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