Multiple award-winning comedy series 30 ROCK is told through the comedic voice of Emmy and two-time Golden Globe winner Tina Fey as variety show producer Liz Lemon and features Emmy and three-time Golden Globe winner Alec Baldwin as top network executive Jack Donaghy and Emmy nominee Tracy Morgan as Tracy Jordan, the unpredictable star of Lemon's hit variety show, "TGS with Tracy Jordan." Lemon constantly has her hands full, juggling corporate interference from Donaghy and off-the-handle star antics from Jordan, all while attempting to salvage her own personal life.
Liz finds a new happiness; Jenna finds a popular new gig humiliating children on NBC's "America's Kidz Got Singing."
Liz strives to keep her boyfriend under wraps while a rant from Tracy unleashes a publicity nightmare.
Devon Banks returns to torment Jack while Tracy escalates his protest with Liz and Jenna call in a favor to solve a pesky Pete problem.
Jenna, Liz, Jack and Tracy all get a new appreciation for the meaning of friendship.
Liz uses Jack's own playbook to handle her contract negotiations, while Kenneth takes a new page assignment after feeling slighted by his TGS coworkers. Tracy and Jenna are hired as entertainment for their accountant's son's bar mitzvah.
Criss (James Marsden) and Liz (Tina Fey) decide to celebrate Valentine's Day, but they need to buy a dining room table first. Jack (Alec Baldwin) entertains his mother-in-law, Diana (Mary Steenburgen), as Jenna (Jane Krakowski) frantically looks to Pete (Scott Adsit) to fill in last-minute as the producer of her first live performance on "America's Kidz Got Singing." Back at the office, Tracy (Tracy Morgan) and Frank (Judah Friedlander) try to help Lutz (John Lutz) find someone to spend Valentine's with.
Criss and Liz decide to celebrate Valentine's Day, but they need to buy a dining room table first. Jack entertains his mother-in-law, Diana, as Jenna frantically looks to Pete to fill in last-minute as the producer of her first live performance on "America's Kidz Got Singing." Back at the office, Tracy and Frank try to help Lutz find someone to spend Valentine's with.
Fed up with New York City after being mugged, Jack sets out to protect the safety of the city's elite by announcing his run for mayor. Meanwhile, Liz revels in sacrificing the good of the city to look out for her own interests, and Jenna and Paul are thrilled by the perversion of acting like a normal couple.
Jack learns that Leap Day is more than just an extra day to do business while Liz spends her first intercalary holiday helping Jenna seduce an Internet billionaire. Tracy rallies the writers to help him use a nearly expired Benihana gift card worth so much that it will take a Leap Day miracle to spend.
Tracy and Jenna help Pete figure out how his whisky went missing. Liz pretends date Frank so he doesn't have to admit to his mother that he's dating Lynn. Jack helps Kenneth crush a rival.
Liz has to deal with Kenneth having power over TGS when he joins NBC's Standards and Practices department. Meanwhile, Jack has to watch over Hank Hooper's daughter, Kaylie, and Jenna concocts another way to get press for herself.
Dennis pops up to spoil Liz's day with Criss. Jack plays a strategy game with the TGS writing staff to prove he's worthy of a recent award. Hazel tries to keep Tracy and Jenna civil to one another.
Liz serves as Hazel's mentor, but the job proves difficult. Elsewhere, Kenneth holds on to his page duties and continues to care for Tracy; and Jack revamps his efforts to rescue Avery by putting her name back in the news.
Liz pens a TV-movie script about Avery and her love story with Jack, but the project leaves Jack confused about his feelings for Diana. Meanwhile, Jenna and Tracy tangle with Weird Al Yankovich (playing himself) and Kenneth lands a new NBC job.
Jack (Baldwin) must come up with an idea that will impress Hank Hooper (Ken Howard) and transform KableTown, while Liz (Fey) tries her best to stick with a new hobby and prove she's a new woman. Jenna (Jane Krakowski) believes she's cursed and Hazel's (Kristen Schaal) obsession with Liz continues.
After reading Pete's (Adsit) discouraging KableTown self-evaluation, Jack (Baldwin) takes on the task of making Pete a respectable man. Tracy (Morgan) regains his long lost sense of smell and finds himself particularly fond of Liz's (Fey) scent. Meanwhile, Kenneth unwittingly helps Jenna (Krakowski) plan revenge against the Pranksmen.
Jack's mother ruins his couch factory opening, while Jenna crosses another sexual adventure off her list and Tracy solves a crisis with his son.
Jack (Alec Baldwin) sets Liz (Tina Fey) up on a blind date to show her what she's missing in her relationship with Criss. Meanwhile at KableTown, Jack has to scramble when his plan to manufacture couches hits a speed bump. With Tracy's (Tracy Morgan) help, Jenna (Jane Krakowski) orchestrates a public meltdown to get Paul's (guest star Will Forte) attention.
EAST COAST VERSION: Live Broadcast -- When their Kabletown bosses announce they will no longer pay for TGS to be a live show, Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) and Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) realize their lives will actually be easier if they shoot canned episodes fast and cheap. Only Kenneth the page (Jack McBrayer) objects, urging that nothing can replace the communal experience of live television.
Angie's reality show returns, while Jack and Diana await Avery's arrival.
The launch of Angie Jordan's (Sherri Shepherd) new clothing line brings "Queen of Jordan" back to "TGS", but the cameras focus on Jack (Alec Baldwin) when news about his wife, Avery, forces him to confront his feelings for Diana (guest star Mary Steenburgen). Meanwhile, Liz (Tina Fey) finds herself in a feud with the reality show's youngest cast member.
Jack and Avery renew vows, while Criss tries to prove to Liz that he's the one.