Which one do you kick a ball?
Kenneth: Was any of it real, Mr. Donaghy? Beer-pong? Jazzercise? Women's soccer?
I thought Marlon Brando was dead
Jack: "How would you like to host a Deal or No Deal in the privacy of your own home?"
Silent Comedy Award
"White people stole..." sort of like "Black people used to..."
Tracy: "White people stole jazz, rock n' roll, Will Smith, and heart disease."
A repost if I may
Jenna: "Liz says these days in America it's harder to be a White woman than a Black man."
Tracy: "Liz Lemon. That chick is dumb."
One of those ruby red states they yapped about on MSNBC
Tracy: "Do you know it's still illegal to be Black in Arizona?"
I'll assume it if you'll just give me the opportunity
Jenna: "Women are the oppressed ones and it's even harder being a beautiful woman. Everyone assumes I don't try in bed. It's discrimination."
I'm pretty sure that's somebody
Jack: "We're talking about nobody. A hillbilly nobody who doesn't know anything."
Biker shorts perhaps?
Lemon: "I saw the show about following a fear and it inspired me to wear shorts to work. It didn't go great."
Where did you go to camp, a Japanese horror remake?
Lemon: "One time in summer camp I kissed a girl on a dare but then she drowned."
Ah, the Palin wing of the party platform
Kenneth: "I don't believe in hypothetical situations, Mr. Donaghy. That's like lying to your brain."
Ah, the Palin wing of the party platform pt. deux
Jack: "Kenneth, I'm familiar with the 10 Commandments."
How the Democrats won the election
Kenneth: "I am also a white man--"
Jack: "No you are not. Socio-economically speaking you are more like an inner-city Latina."
There was some strong competition this week what with Jenna and Tracy's stereotype send-ups and Lemon's Oprah confessional but I give this week's no-prize to Kenneth for making me still laugh at one of the oldest jokes in the book.
Jack: "There isn't always a right answer. Say you're in a lifeboat..."