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Season 1 box set, released September 7, 2007 in Region 1 format

The following is a list of episodes of the situation comedy television series 30 Rock. The program premiered on October 11, 2006 in the United States on NBC.[1] Created by Tina Fey, 30 Rock follows the lives of the head writer of TGS with Tracy Jordan (TGS), Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), the other staff members of TGS and their network executive, Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin). 30 Rock began its first season on October 11, 2006[1] and concluded on April 26, 2007.[2] The second season debuted on October 4, 2007[3] with a hiatus occurring after the tenth episode due to the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike.[4] The strike ended on February 12, 2008,[5] and NBC is expected to air five further episodes beginning April 10, 2008 with the fifth post-strike episode airing as the season finalé on May 8, 2008.[6][7][8] NBC has announced that the third season will premiere in Fall, 2008.[9] As of April 6, 2008, 31 original episodes of 30 Rock have aired. is the 250th day of the year (251st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era in the 21st century. ... This article is about a genre of comedy. ... A television program is the content of television broadcasting. ... is the 284th day of the year (285th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... This article is about the television network. ... Elizabeth Stamatina Tina Fey (born May 18, 1970) is an Emmy-winning American writer, comedian and actress. ... This article is about the TV series. ... A Head Writer is a person who is in charge of a television/radio series writing team. ... Elizabeth Liz Lemon is a fictional character played by Tina Fey on the American television series 30 Rock. ... Elizabeth Stamatina Tina Fey (born May 18, 1970) is an Emmy-winning American writer, comedian and actress. ... Publicly and privately held for-profit corporations often confer corporate titles or business titles on company officials as a means of identifying their function in the organization. ... John Francis Jack Donaghy is a fictional character in the NBC sitcom 30 Rock. ... Alexander Rae Alec Baldwin III (born April 3, 1958) is an Emmy- and Academy Award-nominated, and Golden Globe Award-winning, American actor. ... is the 284th day of the year (285th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... The year 2006 in television involved some significant events. ... is the 116th day of the year (117th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... The year 2007 in television involves some significant events. ... is the 277th day of the year (278th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... The year 2007 in television involves some significant events. ... is the 43rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... The year 2008 in television involves some significant plans. ... is the 100th day of the year (101st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 128th day of the year (129th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Autumn colours at Westonbirt Arboretum, Gloucestershire, England. ... is the 96th day of the year (97th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance to the Gregorian calendar. ...


The first season has been released to Region 1 DVD by NBC Universal in the form of a season box set[10] and a second version in which the season is split into two volumes.[11][12] NBC Universal also released season one to Region 2 DVD.[13] The following is an excerpt of the article entitled DVD. For the sake of convenience, the terms Region 0, Region 1, Region 2, Region 3, Region 4, Region 5, Region 6, Region 7 and Region 8 redirect to this page. ... NBC Universal is a media and entertainment conglomerate formed in May 2004 by the combination of General Electrics NBC with Vivendi Universal Entertainment, part of Vivendi Universal. ... The following is an excerpt of the article entitled DVD. For the sake of convenience, the terms Region 0, Region 1, Region 2, Region 3, Region 4, Region 5, Region 6, Region 7 and Region 8 redirect to this page. ...

Contents

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD Release
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2
1 21 October 11, 2006[1] April 26, 2007[2] September 4, 2007[10] March 17, 2008[13]
2 15 October 4, 2007[3] May 8, 2008[8] TBA TBA
3[9][14] 22[14] Fall, 2008[9] TBA TBA TBA

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Season 1: 2006 – 2007

Main article: 30 Rock (season 1)

Season One begins with the introduction of Liz Lemon who is the head writer of The Girlie Show, a live sketch comedy series which airs on NBC. When The Girlie Show's network executive Gary dies, Jack Donaghy replaces him. Jack, the head of east coast television and microwave oven programming, makes many changes to The Girlie Show including adding Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan), a loose cannon movie star, to the show's cast and changing the title of The Girlie Show to TGS with Tracy Jordan. As the season progresses various plots and story arcs are explored, such as Liz's relationship with Floyd (Jason Sudeikis) and Jack's similar relationship with Phoebe (Emily Mortimer). A few minor story arcs are carried over into season two which include Cerie Xerox's (Katrina Bowden) ongoing engagement to the unseen character, Aris and Pete Hornberger (Scott Adsit) living with Liz in order to deal with his marital problems with his wife Paula Hornberger (Paula Pell). Live television refers to television broadcasts of events or performances on a delay of between zero and fifteen seconds, rather than from video recordings or film. ... Sketch Show redirects here. ... Tracy Jordan is a fictional character on the American television series 30 Rock, played by Tracy Morgan. ... Tracy Morgan (born November 10, 1968 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actor perhaps best known as a member of the cast of Saturday Night Live from 1996 to 2003. ... Jason Sudeikis (born September 18, 1975) is an American actor and comedian. ... Emily Mortimer (born 1 December 1971) is an English actress. ... There are very few or no other articles that link to this one. ... Television shows and stage plays sometimes include continuing characters — characters who are currently in frequent interaction with the other characters and who influence current story events — who are never seen or heard by the audience and only described by other characters. ... Peter Pete Hornberger is a fictional character played by Scott Adsit on the American television series 30 Rock. ... Scott Adsit is an actor best known for appearing on the late 1990s sketch comedy television program, Mr. ...

# Title Director Writer(s) Original airdate
1 "Pilot"  Adam Bernstein Tina Fey October 11, 2006
Liz Lemon is head writer for The Girlie Show, a live comedy show filmed in New York City's 30 Rockefeller Plaza. Things start to get complicated when her new boss, Jack Donaghy, insists that wild movie star Tracy Jordan join the cast. 
2 "The Aftermath"  Adam Bernstein Tina Fey October 18, 2006
Jack makes major changes to the show, renaming it TGS with Tracy Jordan and thus taking the spotlight away from Jenna Maroney. An indignant Liz struggles to keep everyone happy, but it is Tracy who saves the day by hosting a party for the entire cast and crew on a private yacht. 
3 "Blind Date"  Adam Bernstein John Riggi October 25, 2006
Realizing that her near or total lack of a social life is having an adverse effect on her work, Jack sets Liz up on a blind date with a friend of his. Jack infiltrates the writers' weekly poker game and starts winning hands down until Kenneth the Page joins in and proves to be a surprisingly adept player. 
4 "Jack the Writer"  Gail Mancuso Robert Carlock November 1, 2006
Jack decides to join Liz and her staff in the writers' room, but his lack of writing ability becomes all too evident and his presence ends up stifling the others' creativity. Tracy mentors Kenneth on how to be successful and Liz encourages Cerie, her young assistant, to dress less revealingly. 
5 "Jack-Tor"  Don Scardino Robert Carlock November 16, 2006
Forced by Jack to plug General Electric (GE) products into the show, Liz integrates Jack himself into a self-referential sketch about product placement. Frank and Toofer trick Jenna into thinking that her job is in danger and Liz wonders if Tracy might be illiterate when he refuses to read the cue cards. 
6 "Jack Meets Dennis"  Juan J. Campanella Jack Burditt November 30, 2006
When Liz takes back her sleazy ex-boyfriend Dennis Duffy, Jack takes it upon himself to convince her that she is headed for a life of mediocrity. Tracy is enraged when a magazine calls him "normal" and Jenna becomes worried about her age when Jack asks her how old she is. 
7 "Tracy Does Conan"  Adam Bernstein Tina Fey December 7, 2006
Jack bumps Jenna's scheduled appearance on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and puts Tracy on in her place. To make matters worse, Tracy has gone off his medication and he is consequently acting more erratic than ever. Jack encourages bald producer Pete Hornberger to wear a wig. 
8 "The Break Up"  Scott Ellis Dave Finkel & Brett Baer December 14, 2006
Liz finally dumps Dennis and prowls the singles scene, where she proves to be particularly inept at picking up guys, under Jenna's tutelage. Tracy and Toofer clash, landing both in sensitivity training, and Jack dates a certain "high-ranking African-American member of the Bush Administration." 
9 "The Baby Show"  Michael Engler Jack Burditt January 4, 2007
Cerie gets engaged so that she can be a "young hot mom", causing Liz to think about marriage and having a family. Jack has trouble dealing with his own domineering mother, who wants to move in with him, and Tracy becomes upset by Josh's impression of him. 
10 "The Rural Juror"  Beth McCarthy Matthew Hubbard January 11, 2007
Liz and Jenna's friendship is put to the test when Liz admits that she dislikes Jenna's new independent film. To get himself out of debt, Tracy places his name on a "meat machine" that eliminates the "bread" part of sandwiches. 
11 "The Head and the Hair"  Gail Mancuso Tina Fey & John Riggi January 18, 2007
Two guys, one a cerebral nerd and the other a gorgeous hunk, capture the attention of Liz and Jenna. Jack and Kenneth trade places for "Bottom's Up Day" and Tracy enlists Frank and Toofer to write his autobiography in one day. 
12 "Black Tie"  Don Scardino Kay Cannon & Tina Fey February 1, 2007
Liz attends a foreign prince's birthday party with Jack and meets his ex-wife. Tracy tries to convince Pete to cheat on his wife at a wild party while Kenneth encourages him not to. 
13 "Up All Night"  Michael Engler Tina Fey February 8, 2007
The writers struggle to pull an all-nighter on Valentine's Day. Liz receives flowers from a secret admirer, Jack gets all the way divorced after years of legal separation, Tracy tries to spend the evening with his wife, Pete forgets the holiday and Kenneth is encouraged to pursue Cerie. 
14 "The C Word"  Adam Bernstein Tina Fey February 15, 2007
After being criticized for her working habits by her co-workers, Liz decides to be more lenient with her staff and work overtime herself. Meanwhile, Jack brings Tracy to a major golf event to get closer to Don Geiss, the CEO of GE, but his plan backfires when Tracy decides to drop "truth bombs". 
15 "Hard Ball" 
"Negotiation"
Don Scardino Matthew Hubbard February 22, 2007
When Josh's contract comes up for negotiation, Jack tries to save money by not renewing it while Liz tries to prevent Josh from joining the cast of a rival show. Meanwhile, Tracy allows Kenneth into his entourage and Jenna gets into trouble after she is misquoted in a popular magazine. 
16 "The Source Awards"  Don Scardino Robert Carlock & Daisy Gardner March 1, 2007
Jack enlists a rap producer to unload his line of inferior champagne while Tracy reluctantly hosts the Source Awards. Liz tries to sever ties with a Black man she dislikes without looking racist. 
17 "The Fighting Irish"  Dennie Gordon Jack Burditt March 8, 2007
Jack's long-lost brother Eddie shows up and announces their father's death. Meanwhile, Liz, forced to make staff cutbacks, fires her romantic rival "Other Liz" while Tracy seeks spiritual fulfillment at his lawyer's request. 
18 "Fireworks"  Beth McCarthy Dave Finkel & Brett Baer April 5, 2007
Threatened by a sneaky West Coast NBC executive, Jack enlists Kenneth to help thwart any attempts to usurp Donaghy's TV throne. Meanwhile, Tracy discovers that he is a direct descendant of Thomas Jefferson and Liz fakes being an alcoholic to get closer to her crush. 
19 "Corporate Crush"  Don Scardino John Riggi April 12, 2007
Liz has found happiness with Floyd while Jack pursues a relationship of his own with Phoebe, an eccentric Christie's auctioneer. Tracy vies for Don Geiss's attention, hoping to turn his Jefferson movie idea into a reality. 
20 "Cleveland"  Paul Feig Jack Burditt & Robert Carlock April 19, 2007
Sick of New York and frustrated with his career, Floyd contemplates a move to the Midwest and asks Liz if she would consider leaving TGS behind. Tracy discovers that the "Black Crusaders" are after him and Jack continues to prepare for his marriage to Phoebe. 
21 "Hiatus"  Don Scardino Tina Fey April 26, 2007
As TGS's summer hiatus approaches, Liz deals with the difficulties of her long-distance relationship with Floyd as she tries to find Tracy, who is hiding out in the sticks with Kenneth's uncivilized cousin. Meanwhile, Jack's impending marriage brings his mother, Colleen Donaghy, to town. 
Tina Fey, photographed at the Rockefeller Center ice skating rink while filming a scene from ep. 30 ("Ludachristmas") on Oct. 31, 2007.

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Season 2: 2007 – 2008

Season two begins with Liz and the crew of TGS returning from summer hiatus to many problems. An immediate problem is Jack being threatened by Jerry Seinfeld because Jack was planning to digitally insert Seinfeld into all of NBC's programming with footage from Seinfeld's sitcom Seinfeld. The sophomore season, much like the first season, includes various plotlines including Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski) coping with her obesity problem which she developed during the summer while performing on the fictitious Broadway musical Mystic Pizza: The Musical. Another story arc includes the conservative Jack dating the democratic congresswoman Celeste Cunningham (Edie Falco). Liz's attempts at recovering from her failed relationship with Floyd are also viewed as well as Tracy trying to deal with his failing marriage to Angie Jordan (Sherri Shepherd).
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# # Season Title Director Writer(s) Original airdate Prod. Code
22 1 "SeinfeldVision"  Don Scardino Tina Fey October 4, 2007 201
Jack invents "SeinfeldVision", which digitally inserts Jerry Seinfeld into every NBC show and Jenna returns from hiatus overweight due to her role in Mystic Pizza: The Musical. Tracy's wife Angie kicks him out of the house, prompting Kenneth to become his "office wife". 
23 2 "Jack Gets in the Game"  Michael Engler Robert Carlock October 11, 2007 202
Jack hears that Don Geiss may be retiring and competes with Devon Banks to be Geiss' successor. Meanwhile, Jenna begins to enjoy the fame of being fat and Kenneth tries to get Tracy and Angie back together. 
24 3 "The Collection"  Don Scardino Matthew Hubbard October 18, 2007 203
Jack hires a private investigator to find any dirt GE might dig up on him. Angie decides that she will be with Tracy every moment to keep him out of trouble and Jenna is upset to find that she has started losing weight. 
25 4 "Rosemary's Baby"  Michael Engler Jack Burditt October 25, 2007 204
Liz meets her childhood idol, comedy writer Rosemary Howard, only to discover that Rosemary is a lonely woman still clinging onto a 1970s mindset. Jack helps Tracy with some unresolved issues in a therapy session and Kenneth is forced to compete in a "page-off" to keep his job. 
26 5 "Greenzo"  Don Scardino Jon Pollack November 8, 2007 205
Jack introduces NBC's environmental mascot, Greenzo. Greenzo's eco-friendly preaching gets out of hand around the TGS offices, as well as on The Today Show. Also, Kenneth is planning a house party. Knowing nobody wants to attend Tracy spreads a rumor about the party. Meanwhile, Pete reconnects with his wife Paula. 
27 6 "Somebody to Love"  Beth McCarthy Tina Fey & Kay Cannon November 15, 2007 207
Jack falls for a democratic congresswoman named C.C. Liz thinks her new neighbor is a terrorist. 
28 7 "Cougars"  Michael Engler John Riggi November 29, 2007 206
Liz goes on a date with a 20 year old coffee delivery boy while Tracy has to coach a little league baseball team. Jack takes a special interest in the team and showers them with gifts. Jack fires Tracy as a coach and replaces him with Kenneth. The players then revolt. 
29 8 "Secrets and Lies"  Michael Engler Ron Weiner December 6, 2007 208
Jack is very reluctant when C.C. wants to go public with their relationship. Meanwhile, Liz tries to keep Jenna and Tracy equally as happy leading Tracy to earn a fake Pacific Rim Emmy Award and Jenna to form an entourage. 
30 9 "Ludachristmas"  Don Scardino Tami Sagher December 13, 2007 209
It's time for the annual "Ludachristmas" party for the TGS staff. Tracy is upset because he cannot participate in the party due to a court ordered alcohol monitoring bracelet. The Lemon family pay Liz a visits as does Jack's mom to him. 
31 10 "Episode 210"  Richard Shepard Robert Carlock & Donald Glover January 10, 2008 210
Jack meets a German TV executive who is planning to buy a major cable TV network. Jack gives Liz financial advice which motivates her to invest in some real estate, but she must appear before a co-op board to buy the apartment she wants. Jack and C.C. continue with their long distance relationship. Tracy buys a cappuccino machine for TGS, which he stations at Kenneth's desk; as a result, Kenneth gets addicted to coffee. 
32 11 "MILF Island"[15]  To be announced To be announced April 10, 2008[7][8][15] 212
An anonymous TGS staff member tells The New York Post that Jack is a "Class A Moron" as the reality show he developed during the summer, MILF Island, airs its finale. Jack plants Jonathan in the writers room to try and find out who said it.[15][16] 
33 12 "Subway Hero"[17][18][19]  To be announced To be announced April 17, 2008[8][18] 211
When Dennis Duffy, Liz's ex-boyfriend, becomes New York's latest local celebrity, Jack books him to appear on TGS. Dennis tries to win Liz back into his life. Meanwhile, Jack wants to find a young, hip Republican celebrity to appear at a John McCain fundraiser. Jack can only secure Bucky Bright, a TV star from the 1940s and 1950s. When Jack rejects him, he makes a friend in Kenneth, who happens to be a fan. Instead of Bucky, Jack tries to convince Tracy to become the celebrity face of the Republican party. Mayor Michael Bloomberg also makes a guest appearance.[17][18][19][20] 
34 13 "Succession"[19][22]  To be announced To be announced April 24, 2008[8] 213
Don Geiss names Jack the new GE chairman over Jack's rival, Devon Banks. Jack then names Liz as his successor, as "Vice President of East Coast Television,"[21] because she "always has his back." Geiss' health then puts Jack's promotion in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Tracy is upset that his son did not invite him to Bring Your Dad to School Day.[22] 
35 14 "To be announced"  To be announced To be announced May 1, 2008[8]
 
36 15 "To be announced (Season finale)"  To be announced To be announced May 8, 2008[8]
Jack gets befriended by an enthusiastic, clean-cut government employee named Cooter (Matthew Broderick).[9][23] 

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