TV: 30 Rock 6.8 “The Tuxedo Begins” Best Lines

Posted: February 16, 2012 in Best Lines, Television
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30 Rock 6.8 “The Tuxedo Begins” (****) — Jack describes to run for mayor to protect the safety of New York City’s elite. Liz finds a way to beat New York by dressing up as a crazy old woman. Meanwhile, Jenna and Paul move into a new stage of their relationship.

“5th Avenue was closed for a joint pain marathon. It was only four blocks, but they are so slow.” — Jack

“That’s not how it works. Let people off first. Otherwise.” — Liz
“Train is going express for no reason.” — Subway conductor
:::Sneeze::: — Man on train

“Am I the last one in the city still following the rules of being a person?” — Liz

“Say, where does a young prostitute get started in this town?” — Girl off the bus

“The gym said the odor was attracting bugs that was attracting bats that were attracting bat hawks. Also, the gym is closed.” — Kenneth

“O don’t be so dramatic. That’s my thing, and if you take it away from me, I will kill myself. And then you.” — Jenna

“I won an Oscar, so now I can do real art. Begin Snow Dogs phase.” — Tracy

“I shouldn’t hug you. I’m sick. This lamp is you. Ow! Hot!” — Liz

“O my god. That means…Please interrupt me.” — Tracy

“You can try to change New York, but it’s like Jay-Z says: “Concrete bunghole where dreams are made up. There’s  nothing you can do.” — Liz

“Is that brain? Hopefully that’s not an important part of my blurn.” — Liz

“So you got mugged, Mr. Donaghy and you caught the guy who did it.” — Lenny
“I can see why you went there. I have a criminal skull shape.” — Tracy

“And the police have no interest in helping me either despite the hundreds of dollars I pay every year in taxes.” — Jack

“I’m pregnant with a kitty cat. Those are my popsicles!” — Liz

“I’m wearing an edible nightgown. It’s breadsticks flavored and it comes with the dipping sauce.” — Jenna

“The yawns are contagious, like the STDs in my penis I’m about to give you.” — Paul

‘Did we mix up our days and both rufie each other?” — Paul
“Or did we fall asleep?” — Jenna

“It’s a whole new fetish called normaling.” — Jenna
“I napped on you and you liked it, you sick bitch.” — Paul
“And I put that Afghan all over you because I thought your feet might get chilly.” — Jenna

“Normaling in public? You delicious whore.” — Paul

“Did anyone cheer me or name a sandwich after me that maybe would be turkey pastrami swiss russian dressing coleslaw and potato chips? You can’t count on anybody in this city.” — Liz

“I just registered the domain name for my campaign website. That’s the closest I could get. Everything else was pornography.” — Jack

“I am sick. Sick like a fox. I’m going to clear out that whole theater and watch a sneak peak of The Hunger Games by myself. It will be my greatest triumph. There’s a Q&A afterwards with the…oh, the screenwriter? Ugh.” — Liz

“What do the rules ever get me? The worst seat the movies? A bunch of music that I paid for? A drawer full of leaky batteries that I don’t know what to do with? Rules? There’s only one rule now, Kenneth. Plastic cups go on the top rack of the dish rack so they don’t melt. Otherwise, no rules!” — Liz

“You look even closer to death than usual.” — Jack

“Is that your gym bag? Aren’t you a human woman?” — Jack

“There’s a war going on out there and you’re going to have to pick a side. I’ve always wanted to say that and I wasted it on you.” — Jack

“I always imagined this kind of thing would make me want to tear my hair out and rip my skin off. But with you, it feels as natural as having someone…” — Jenna
“Tear your  hair out and rip your skin off.” — Paul

“I’ll never forget you dressed up like an old lady and I threw into some garbage.” — Jenna

  1. John Crossley says:

    Best comedy ever Tina Fey and Jack Baldwin are superb

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