'30 Rock': A Montage of Liz Lemon's Best Flashbacks

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On last night's 30 Rock, Jack recorded a video note of bizarre life lessons for his unborn son (the secret to silky, smooth hair is dove's blood) and Tracy surprisingly aced an appearance of Cash Cab ("in spite of going to middle school in an Exxon station"). But the real gem of the episode was the reappearance of flashback Liz Lemon. During a conversation with Jack, Liz fondly reminisced about why she loved having an old dad, and we were treated to a cut-in of mullet-sporting teenage Liz sneaking his booze to help preserve her rock collection.

As New York magazine writes, "These flashbacks are always welcome on the show, as they allow us to fill in yet another piece of the sad, nerdy, poorly hairstyled past of our heroine." As such, they have compiled this brilliant retrospective—a video montage of 30 Rock's best Liz Lemon flashbacks:



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