30 Rock: Season 5 (2010)
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30 Rock: Season 5 (2010)

TV-14 24 Episodes
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Episodes:
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Determined to help Liz keep a man for once, Jack meddles in her burgeoning relationship with Carol. At home, he also struggles to compromise with Avery as she redecorates his apartment. Meanwhile, Tracy Jordan has trouble coming to grips with Kenneth's termination as a page and Jenna becomes TGS' newest producer.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
When Liz Lemon is surprised that more men have been noticing her, Jenna explains that she is coming off as more confident because of her new relationship. In turn, she uses her confidence to solve Pete's problem with a persnickety editor. Meanwhile, Jack decides he must cheat mortality in order to teach his and Avery's unborn son how to live.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Jack must appear before Congress to discuss NBC's merger with Kabletown. He hopes that he will charm celebrity members, but one Congresswoman, Regina Bookman, demands more diversity in its programming lineup. Jack quickly enlists Tracy to come up with some new development ideas.
 
TV-14
  23 minutes
On show night, Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) grows increasingly infuriated when no one seems to remember that it's her 40th birthday. Just before the taping, Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) becomes convinced that nothing is funnier than a performer laughing and breaking character, which he elects to do all night, much to Jenna Maroney's (Jane Krakowski) chagrin. Meanwhile, Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) struggles with the consequences of his promise to give up drinking while Avery is pregnant.
 
TV-14
  23 minutes
On show night, Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) grows increasingly infuriated when no one seems to remember that it's her 40th birthday. Just before the taping, Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) becomes convinced that nothing is funnier than a performer laughing and breaking character, which he elects to do all night, much to Jenna Maroney's (Jane Krakowski) chagrin. Meanwhile, Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) struggles with the consequences of his promise to give up drinking while Avery is pregnant.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Jack is having a perfect day and succeeding at every task. He tries to channel his winning streak into helping Liz figure out her relationship with Carol. Meanwhile, Jenna and Kenneth enlist the help of Kelsey Grammer (starring as himself) to pull off an ice cream scam. Elsewhere, Tracy is trying to shoot a commercial for the Boys and Girls Club.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
When Avery points out the peculiarity of Jack and Liz's bond, he vows to set some boundaries. With Jack keeping his distance, Liz is left to deal with her father's attempt to recapture his youth during a visit. Meanwhile, Tracy enlists Kenneth's help to reinvent himself after viewing his own pre-produced video obituary.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Jack tries to influence a Congressional election in favor of a particular candidate for the benefit of the network. Meanwhile, Liz has newfound confidence when Jenna helps her find the perfect pair of jeans. Later, Jenna helps Tracy plan a Golden Globe event.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Jack (Alec Baldwin) worries that GE's microwave sales have improved too much without his help and tries to find glitches in their newest design. Meanwhile, Liz (Tina Fey) partakes in a crew lottery despite Jenna (Jane Krakowski) and Tracy's (Tracy Morgan) warning her not to do so. Elsewhere, the TGS writers discover that Jack is the voice of an online dictionary's pronunciation guide. Also starring: Jack McBrayer, Judah Friedlander, Scott Adsit, Keith Powell and Katrina Bowden.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Jack (Alec Baldwin) recommends that Liz (Tina Fey) start seeing a therapist when she worries that Carol is getting bored with their relationship. In an attempt to take Jack's advice, Liz begins talking to Kenneth (Jack McBrayer) about her problems. Jack also finds himself caught up in one of Tracy's (Tracy Morgan) schemes when Tracy tries to convince him to invest in his son's theme restaurant in Times Square.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Liz and Avery convince Jack to come clean about things that he's been keeping from his mother when she visits him for Christmas. Later, Liz attempts to mend Jenna's relationship with Paul. Meanwhile, Tracy buys the rights to a film he shot so that it will never be released and compromise his new, more serious persona.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Company budget cuts affect the TGS staff, and Liz (Tina Fey) tries to use Jack's (Alec Baldwin) wedding mistake in her favor. Meanwhile, Jenna (Jane Krakowski) and Danny (Cheyenne Jackson) share his dressing room and Tracy (Tracy Morgan) receives disturbing medical news that makes Angie (Sherri Shepherd) consider a different career path.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Tracy has a reality TV crew following him around which Liz tries to use to her advantage, while Jack attempts to make a profit by pre-recording natural disaster telethons. Lutz lies to the writers to make him more valuable in the event of an apocalypse.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Jack tries to impress the owner of Kabletown, while Liz helps Avery hide her pregnancy from her competitive co-worker, Carmen Chao. Jenna and Tracy have trouble sharing a gift sent from their new bosses.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Jack and Avery go to Canada for a final romantic getaway before they become parents, but when Avery goes into labor, they do everything in their power to not give birth to a Canadian. Meanwhile, Liz's romantic getaway with Carol is ruined when their plane is stuck on the tarmac. Tracy is besieged with the unwanted responsibility of being an EGOT winner.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Jenna takes Liz out to distract her from her breakup and prove love still exists, while Jack, a newly sleep-deprived father, loses his negotiating edge when discussing his nanny's salary. Pete (Scott Adsit) and Frank (Judah Friedlander) start a rock band.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
When a blog accuses TGS of being misogynistic, Liz hires an upcoming female comedian, Abby Flynn. Liz's plan backfires when Abby seems to be falling into female stereotypes, and Liz and Jenna decide to put Abby in her place. Meanwhile, Jack Donaghy intends to become the successor to KableTown but can only achieve this by eliminating the competition, the granddaughter to the CEO, Kaylie Hooper.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
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.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Liz tries to reassure her staff that the show's forced hiatus is temporary, but everyone starts to focus on their fallback plans. Meanwhile, Jack attempts to salvage a cable network by enlisting his nemesis, Devin Banks.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
With "TGS" on the brink of cancellation, Liz (Tina Fey) and Kenneth (Jack McBrayer) go into detective mode to track Tracy (Tracy Morgan) down. Meanwhile, Jack (Alec Baldwin) helps Jenna (Jane Krakowski) make sure her new project is financially successful. And Pete (Scott Adsit), feeling emasculated, challenges the writers and crew to a contest of strength.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
When Hank Hooper (Ken Howard) threatens to cancel "TGS", Jack (Alec Baldwin) convinces him to allow Liz and company the chance to do their 100th episode. To produce the best show possible, however, Liz must deal with less-than-ideal working conditions. Amidst the chaos of show preparation, Jack starts doubting a key decision in his life and Jenna (Jane Krakowski) contemplates motherhood.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
When Hank Hooper (Ken Howard) threatens to cancel "TGS", Jack (Alec Baldwin) convinces him to allow Liz and company the chance to do their 100th episode. To produce the best show possible, however, Liz must deal with less-than-ideal working conditions. Amidst the chaos of show preparation, Jack starts doubting a key decision in his life and Jenna (Jane Krakowski) contemplates motherhood.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
Liz realizes that she needs to take control of her personal life by fixing up her dream apartment, but she encounters an obstacle along the way. Meanwhile, Jack has his own problems to deal with when Avery is held hostage. Elsewhere, Tracy finds out that Kenneth, Dotcom and Grizz have bonded in his absence.
 
TV-14
  21 minutes
With the fifth season of "TGS" over, everyone is getting ready for summer. Liz's (Fey) relaxing vacation in the Hamptons is ruined when Tracy (Morgan) moves in next door. With his wife gone, Jack (Alec Baldwin) is feeling lonely and decides to use Kenneth (Jack McBrayer) as her replacement. Meanwhile, Jenna (Jane Krakowski) faces a choice between love and career when her role as spokeswoman for the Wool Council affects her relationship with Paul (Will Forte).
Jack Donaghy is the kind of man every guy wants to be and every girl wants to be with. On the other hand, Liz Lemon is the kind of woman everyone wants to invite over for comic relief. It looks like Liz finally finds her elusive soulmate. The rest of the … View More
Genres Comedy
Director Beth McCarthy-Miller, Don Scardino
Starring Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, Jack McBrayer, Scott Adsit View More
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Movie Summary

Jack Donaghy is the kind of man every guy wants to be and every girl wants to be with. On the other hand, Liz Lemon is the kind of woman everyone wants to invite over for comic relief. It looks like Liz finally finds her elusive soulmate. The rest of the cast, well, they know nothing about boundaries or political correctness as they deal with each other and their new parent company, Kabletown. That's Kabletown with a "K."
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Movie Details

Genres Comedy
Director Beth McCarthy-Miller, Don Scardino
Starring Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, Jack McBrayer, Scott Adsit, Judah Friedlander, Alec Baldwin, Jane Krakowski, Keith Powell
Studio Name Universal Studios
Release Date 2010
VUDU Release Date 08/04/2011
Rating TV-14 About Ratings
Episodes 24 episodes

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