#8. Jack explains the hierarchy of GE to Tracy
30 Rock often finds a way to relate the conglomerate nature of GE back to the salad days of 1950s prosperity. Having a complex diagram reveal itself from a roll-down holder like a map from an elementary school classroom is a great example of this running motif. The exchange between Morgan and Baldwin about the Phil Collins mix tape, on the other hand, stands on its own. We're pretty certain you could insert that exchange into the Zapruder film and it'd be funny.
#7. Rachel Dratch as Liz Taylor
At the start of her run on SNL, we thought Rachel Dratch was a bit of a one-trick pony, her trick being to play against the fact that it's extraordinarily creepy to imagine her in an erotic setting. But looking back, she could always be counted on to not try too hard (ahem... Molly Shannon) and she always managed to come up with inventive ways to weird everyone out. Plus, she's been something of a scene-stealer during her run on 30 Rock so far, playing a lesbian cat wrangler, an eastern-European prostitute, and perhaps most notably, Elizabeth Taylor.
#6. Mind grapes
The writers of 30 Rock are in love with repetition when it comes to non sequitor nonsense jokes. Here, the ridiculous term "mind grapes" highlights Jack's failures as a writer (later in the episode, Jack attempts to write for the show by coming up with the punchlines first, which we're pretty sure qualifies him to write for SportsCenter) and Tracy Jordan's insanity, both coming in so close to one another that you might miss them.