Lynn seduced Frank when he was 14 years old and they became lovers. In "The Baby Show", Tracy got mad at Josh for impersonating him, claiming that Josh was turning him into a caricature. ", "Murphy Brown Lied to Us", "Live from Studio 6H", "My Whole Life Is Thunder.". Bianca tolerated most of Jack's affairs but is jealous of women who can actually make Jack happy, going so far as to violently attack Liz when she pretended to be Jack's fiancée. Appears In: "Tracy Does Conan", "The Baby Show", "The Rural Juror", "Fireworks", "Hiatus", "Jack Gets in the Game", "Succession", "Flu Shot", "Retreat to Move Forward", "The Funcooker", "Kidney Now! Cerie and Aris finally marry three seasons later in "I Do Do", with Liz and the Somali pirates as members of the wedding party. With his role of Liz's confidant increasingly filled by Jack Donaghy, Pete played increasingly reduced roles as the series continued, although his marital woes and inability to catch a break were increasingly mined for humor. Most of Josh's work on the show seems to be as an impressionist; he has performed impressions of Ray Romano, Michael Jackson, Stone Phillips, Jay Leno, Elizabeth Taylor, George W. Bush, and Jerry Seinfeld. While attempting to infiltrate the pages union by seducing Kenneth, Wosniak affixes a blond wig in order to assume the persona of the "nympho-coed Charlene LaRue"- the attempt ultimately fails as Kenneth was "impervious" to Mrs. LaRue's charms. "[3], Peter "Pete" Hornberger (Scott Adsit) is one of the producers of TGS, who often serves as a straight man to the other characters. Diana Jessup (Mary Steenburgen) is Avery's mother and Jack's mother-in-law. She sticks around to pack up the TGS writers' room, and orders both the writers' would-be last lunch which Liz dictates, and its replacement decreed by Lutz. Despite seeming perfect for each other, Floyd and Liz break up. In a 2008 interview with Fortune magazine, Tina Fey said that Banks' character was based on former co-chairman of NBC Entertainment Ben Silverman. Colleen dies of a heart attack in "My Whole Life Is Thunder" during a visit to New York to spend time with Jack, attempting to guilt him and seemingly depriving him of her approval literally up to her last breath. He’s my grand-nephew and we’re very close.”, Fortunately, being double-crossed was exactly what Jenna needed. Kenneth acts as Tracy Jordan's personal assistant (for instance, getting Tracy nachos from Yankee Stadium); he is a member of Tracy's entourage and becomes close to Tracy, Grizz, and Dot Com. [45] No indication is made that Colleen is aware of the later temporary accidental marriage of Jack and Liz. [30] At the end of season one, Floyd decides that New York City is too much for him and decides to return to his hometown, Cleveland. This probably means that Cerie's mother was a teen mom when Cerie was born. It is revealed that he and Liz are dating in "Idiots Are People Two!" However, in a previous episode, Cerie said that her mother is 38 years old. At least Pete got in touch with the hot burning rage bubbling just underneath his thinning hair. During seasons 3 and 4, it is revealed that he is in love with Grizz's fiancée, Feyoncé, with whom he is implied to have had an affair. I was valedictorian at St. Andrews, an Olympic archer, fourth guitarist in Loverboy as a teenager.”. He finally identifies himself as bisexual while shouting at his fellow writers on their last day of work in "Last Lunch". Greta hints at an obsession with Liz, mentioning that she likes to watch Liz watching TV. As the series progressed, his character became familiar with the other staff of TGS (including Jack Donaghy). [13][14] Dot Com is erudite and intellectual; he is a 1993 graduate of Wesleyan University, aspires to screenwriting, and hints at successful entrepreneurial ventures. He is indeed typically portrayed as lacking smarts and is often shown doing things that are considered juvenile. Despite his calm demeanor, Grizz is shown to be a romantic and deeply emotional man. A quintessential stage mother, she spent Jenna's childhood forcing her to perform in beauty pageants and talent shows, and is responsible for Jenna's need for the spotlight and for many of her neuroses. He is generally disliked by most of the characters, most notably Liz and Jenna, the latter of whom he had sex with behind Liz's back. She attempts to disabuse Liz of the belief in a "Mr. The show implies that he is a gay man in the process of coming out, although everyone ignores (or forgets) this due to their dislike of him. In "Nothing Left to Lose", Jack is shocked to find out that Pete's only ambition is to remain in his current job. Wonder what else Tina Fey could be doing? He counseled Liz during her forced leave for sexual harassment (which she attempted to extend by making a pass at him). ", "Christmas Attack Zone". On her self-evaluation, Jenna got a little too real because she “filled it out last night after mixing alcohol with prescription…exhaustion.”. After realizing that having children might be a good thing, Criss and Liz subsequently "put a pin" in this idea and decide to "just have some fun". Appears In: "Fireworks", "Jack Gets in the Game", "Succession", "Do-Over", "Into the Crevasse, "Dealbreakers Talk Show #0001", "Plan B", "Idiots Are People Three! Another recurring character during the first two seasons, he is also credited as a series regular during seasons three and four. Appears In: "TGS Hates Women", "Standards and Practices", "Game Over". The hand has a mind of its own, however, and begins to strangle him (In the West Coast version of "Live Show", Drew received a female hand transplant that constantly tries to seduce him). As an adult in the early 22nd century, she develops a sitcom based on those stories, which she pitches to NBC's receptive (and strangely immortal and ageless) president, Kenneth Parcell, while flying cars zoom through the sky past his office window. Her last words to Jack are "I just want you to be happy," which Jack hears as "I just want you to be 'happy'" and takes as sarcasm and "one last twist of the knife." Nancy Donovan (Julianne Moore; in-universe by Cynthia Nixon in "Kidnapped by Danger"), was Jack's high-school crush, a devout Catholic with a pronounced Boston accent. In "Khonani", it's 2010 and Jack informs Subhas the deal is taking effect. Frank delivers most lines in a deadpan style, and is often shown to be something of a perverse character with an obvious interest in the opposite gender (although in one episode Frank questions his sexuality after meeting a physically attractive man named Jamie), Frank appears to have an understanding of popular culture and sometimes displays surprising amounts of intelligence. Rice later appeared as herself in the season-five episode "Everything Sunny All the Time Always", angry at Jack for apparently ending their relationship with a text message that said "you + me = :(". At one time Spaceman dated Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, whom he described as "difficult". Felcher is Kenneth Parcell's boss while he works in Standards and enjoys using profanity and obscene gestures. Thanks to you guys, I’m the fourth worst!”, Things didn’t work out so well for Pete. ", "The Beginning of the End", "Aunt Phatso vs. Jack Donaghy", "Florida". He works closely with head writer Liz Lemon, whom, as stated in "Blind Date," he has known for ten years. He credits a former campaign of his for a city council seat as having "raised the level of discourse in this city", even though he lost the election. She meets Jack at a cocktail party honoring Robert Novak, and the two end up sleeping together. He showed her where all the secrets were hidden—in the garbage. Assuming that Danny's real name of Jack is a diminutive of Jon or John, he is in keeping with Liz's tendency to date men who share names with celebrities and fictional characters: Jon Baker, the CHiPs character portrayed by Liz's childhood crush, Larry Wilcox. In "Up All Night", she stated that she and Aris were fighting because he wants a Greek Orthodox wedding and she disagrees with the Church's stance on Cyprus; soon after, he is kidnapped by Somali pirates. Lynn and Frank broke up after an argument in which Lynn said that Frank still hadn't grown up, however, Lynn and Frank made up and continued their relationship. Wesley Snipes (Michael Sheen) is an Englishman whom Liz meets at her dentist's office while recovering from a root canal operation. Lynn was eventually arrested and sent to jail. Condoleezza Rice (portrayed by herself) was one of Jack's shorter-lived relationships. Because of what you did, we almost lost a monitor." He is a quack who practices questionable medicine, such as giving a "medical professional's seal of approval" to a defective "meat machine", and as such is legally required to put quotation marks around his title. ", "Game Over", Hank Hooper (Ken Howard), an all-American family man and Vietnam veteran, is head of Kabletown.