1 Series, 4 Episodes
Single comedy writer Liz Lemon's (Tina Fey) world is turned upside down when brash new network executive Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) interferes with her show and staff
Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) must now face her writers as new boss Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) forces creative changes to her show and new star Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) stirs things up
Confident he can fix both Liz Lemon's sketch show and sex life, overbearing boss Jack sets Liz up on a blind date with his friend Thomas. Jack then infiltrates the writers' weekly poker game.
Kenneth the Page (Jack McBrayer) learns that working for Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) may be more than he bargained for. Liz struggles to keep Jack out of the writer's room.
Jack wants to integrate product placement, but this is not welcomed by staff. Liz suspects that Tracy is illiterate since he never says what's on cue-cards.
Jack fears that Liz is leading a life of mediocrity and takes it upon himself to be her mentor. At work, Liz needs to deal with a physically-altered cast, including a face tattoo and two black eyes.
Jack bumps Jenna's scheduled appearance on Late Night with Conan O'Brien by booking new star Tracy Jordan, who has gone off his medication. Conan O'Brien guest stars.
Jenna takes Liz out on the town after she breaks up with Dennis. Jack is having problems with his new relationship, and Tracy and Toofer clash over negative African American stereotypes.
Tracy wants Josh to be fired because he doesn't like Josh's impression of him. Liz hears her biological clock ticking, and all the staff offer to help.
Jenna is mad at Liz because she thinks her new movie is terrible. Jack helps Tracy create and market a new cooking machine.
Jenna and Liz meet two people they call the head and the hair because they don't know their names. Liz asks the hair out for a date - only to discover that he is her third cousin .
Jack asks Liz to accompany him to Prince Gerhard's birthday party at The Pierre. The Prince falls in love with Jenna, and Tracy uses the NBC office as a party spot.
Liz makes the staff work all night on Valentine's Day
Liz decides to be a nicer boss when she overhears one of the writers calling her an offensive name
Kenneth becomes part of Tracy's entourage and discovers that other members of the entourage let Tracy win games and laugh at his jokes when they are not funny, just to please him
Liz dates an African American man called Steven and when they don't hit it off, he accuses her of racism. Jack tries to mend a feud between Tracy Jordan and a rap producer.
Jack's brother Eddie turns up to announce the death of their father. Jack and Eddie haven't seen each other in 17 years. Tracy Jordon is told by his lawyer to join a religion, so he gives a few a try.
Jack uses Kenneth to scout a young gay competitor. Liz poses as an alcoholic to impress a guy, and Dr. Spaceman tells Tracy that he is a descendant of Thomas Jefferson.
Don Geiss takes the microwave division away from Jack. Jack cheers up when he meets Liz's boyfriend Floyd. Tracy wants to shoot his own film promotion.
Liz considers moving to Cleveland with her new boyfriend. Tracy fears for his safety because he thinks the Black Crusaders are after him for playing negative black stereotypes.
Tracy goes AWOL before the final show to avoid the Black Crusaders. The pressure of his imminent wedding and a visit by his mother lands Jack in the hospital.