Jack brings in several famous musical artists to perform a benefit song so his biological father can get a kidney, Tracy is afraid to speak at his high school's graduation, and Liz finds a talent in giving irresponsible relationship advice.
Did You Know?
When Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan
) is crying about his high school dissection trauma, saying it wasn't a baby he was asked to dissect but a frog and he was too "chicken" to do it, Milton Greene (Alan Alda
) says, "Crying about babies and chickens? I thought this was a comedy show." This is a reference to the final episode of Alda's series M*A*S*H
(1972), M*A*S*H: Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen
(1983). In that episode, Hawkeye Pierce (Alda) spends much of the episode in a psychiatric hospital, having witnessed a traumatic event. He remembers a Korean woman killing a chicken, so as to not be heard by enemy soldiers. Upon treatment, however, he recalls the truth, that it was a baby she killed. Similar to Tracy's dialogue, he cries as he says it wasn't a chicken, it was a baby. See more
When Liz and Jenna go on the Vontella Show, Jenna takes out her earrings, they are back in the next shot, and gone after that. See more
I'm getting Milton Greene a kidney.
You're a match?
No, I'm not.
Where are you gonna get a kidney from?
I don't know, but I have the entire liberal media establishment at my disposal. The same manipulation machine that got people to vote for Obama and donate all that money after Rainstorm Katrina. I'm going to use that to find my dad a kidney.
You should do a celebrity concert. Like that gay guy did to benefit old gays.
A benefit concert like "We Are the World." Or "Weird Al" Yankovic's less ...
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