Now, on with the quotes:
Follower, yes -- but businesswoman? Still not possible:
Pete: How could Liz win a fellowship award? She deosn't even like people.
Jack: No -- followship. Presented annually to the woman -- sorry, person who best exemplifies a follower.
Speaking of words that ought not exist...
Jack: When I think of the free-spirited Liz Lemon I met just one year ago, so resistant to product integration, cross-promotion and adverlingus, it pleases me to see how well she's learned to follow.
This is why we never see sketches about the black magic of compound interest.:
Jack: Where do you invest your money, Liz?
Liz: I have, like, twelve grand in checking.
Jack: Are you...an immigrant?
Love's like a burning flame:
Kenneth: [while watching his jacket burn] Aaaaaugh! Oh, God! It hurts!
It's not often you hear a Squeaky Fromme joke in the Aughties:
Liz: You're honestly telling me you don't know who Rosemary Howard is?
Pete: Is she one of the ladies who tried to shoot Gerald Ford?
It's funny 'cause it's true:
Rosemary: I grew up wanting to be Samantha Stevens on Bewitched. Closest I got was being married to a gay guy for two years.
Lady sings the blues...awkwardly:
Liz: You are my heroine. And by heroine, I mean "lady hero." I don't mean I want to inject you and listen to jazz.
Coming soon, the Def Patriot Jam:
Tracy: If you desecrate something, is that bad?
Jack: Tracy, what happened now?
Tracy: I doubt anybody noticed.
[Cut to Tracy standing in front of a microphone on a baseball diamond.] Tracy: Whose stripes and broad stars/ to the party last night/ for the rascals we fought ...
[Back in Jack's office ....]
Tracy: Who'd have ever known there were so many words? It was like a Mos Def CD!
I love Dot-com. That is all.
Dot-com: What's on your mind, Tre? You've been curiously quiet for twenty minutes.
Tracy: We got to start doing dog fighting.
Grizz: Dog fighting?
Tracy: I know it's repulsive and hideous. But it's the only thing Jack Donaghy told me I can not do. I got to do it! Understand?
Grizz: No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Dot-com: Dog fighting is the most vile and disgusting thing a human being can do. You can not do it!
Tracy: Dog fighting it is. Make it happen.
[Tracy leaves his dressing room.]