TV: 30 Rock 6.17 “Meet the Woggels” Best Lines

Posted: April 13, 2012 in Best Lines, Television
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30 Rock 6.17 “Meet the Woggels” (***1/2) — Jack’s mother ruins his couch factory opening, while Jenna crosses another sexual adventure off her list and Tracy solves a crisis with his son.

“Factories provide three things this country desperately needs: jobs, pride, and material for Bruce Springsteen songs.” — Jack

“I listened to rock and roll music once, but I stopped before I started worshiping the devil.” — Kenneth

“Good morning Jenna.” — Liz
“Thanks. This sexual walkabout I’m on is amazing.” — Jenna

“I’ve dated musicians before, but I’ve never sexually manipulated one into leaving his band. Like Yoko Ono and the Beattles. Or Lance Drake Mandrel and Wilson Phillips.” — Jenna

“I hope right now he is also with a children’s entertainer. Maybe Ralphie or the sedated prisoner they put inside of Barney.” — Jenna

“We go to The School of Hard Knocks — a one year vocational program where you learn to bang on doors and scare people into subscribing to magazines they’ll never get.” — Tracy

“We found your name in a list of disappointments she keeps in her shoe.” — Doctor (to Jack)

“What are you going to do? Put on your galoshes and eat your fruit like a frenchman?” — Colleen

“I recall this one time he cried and cried. I mean it was more like wailing. It was awful.” — Colleen
“She’s referring to my birth.” — Jack

“We have a lot of work today if I’m going to reverse-Urkel you.” — Tracy

“I’m going to show you how a real Jordan man enjoys himself. It’s montage time.” — Tracy
“Tray. Montage got married and quit stripping.” — Dot Com
“Fine. We’ll just do a series of activities.” — Tracy

“My mother did explain sex to me. There were…drawings.” — Jack

“There is no need to start jabbering about our feelings and sobbing like Bill Belichick listening to Adele.” — Jack

“As my coffee cup said this morning, you only regret things you didn’t do. This cup was made from recycled toilet paper.” — Liz

“I decided something last night after I got your 10th text message, one of which was an inscrutable emoticon.” — Jack
“80>-<” — Liz’s text
Hold it sideways. It’s me going like this. Talk to your mother! The eight are my glasses.” — Liz

“Yoko announcement!” — Jenna

“Jackie and I know how we feel. We don’t have to say it out loud like a couple of gays getting married  in jean shorts in Provincetown, while I’m just trying to enjoy an ice cream on the pier.” — Colleen

“Speaking from experience, all my children was cancelled.” — Kenneth

“That song, like everything, is about me.” — Jenna

“This is not easy for me to say because my tongue caught what my foot has.” — Tracy

“I’m going to love yo uno matter what even if you become a doctor or a lawyer or a philanthropist who devotes his life to others. I’ll still be proud of you.” — Tracy

“Goodbye, my son.” — Tracy
“But Dad. College doesn’t start for another five months.” —  George Foreman
“I said goodbye, my son.” — Tracy

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