Jack joins the writing staff during a meeting as an observer. He joins the group day after day and gets more and more involved in their work. The group gets annoyed by his weird, not so funny ideas and wants him to stop attending the meetings. It is up to Liz to tell Jack that he is no longer welcome at the meetings. After she does, Jack is more than just angry at her. Liz also has to deal with Cerie and the way she dresses, which distracts the male workers from their work. After Kenneth gets nachos for him from Yankee stadium, Tracy uses Kenneth for other "missions".
Did You Know?
"There's No Business Like Show Business" was written by Irving Berlin. It first appeared in the 1946 musical Annie Get Your Gun, and was also featured in the 1954 film of the same name. In this episode, it is sung by Kenneth; after singing it in the 1954 film, it is a song often associated with Ethel Merman. See more
...but what did I tell you was the secret to havin' a good marriage and keepin' it together, Kenneth?
Be a good listener, a giver of gifts and work that va-jay-jay.
That's my boyeee!
There's No Business like Show Business
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Jack McBrayer See more