Watch: Farewell to '30 Rock' and Liz Lemon's Lesbian Moments

Light a candle, bow your head, repeat a mantra of “I want to go to theres.” Tonight marks the finale of Tina Fey’s wildly creative brainchild 30 Rock. It’s going to be tough to say farewell to Fey’s alter ego Liz Lemon and all of the Lemonisms that she hath wrought during 30 Rock’s seven-season reign on NBC. While just about every web editor in North America has lovingly compiled some sort of tribute to Liz, 30 Rock and her lovable cohorts we thought we’d offer up our homage with a round-up of some of Liz’s more lesbian moments.
By: Tracy E. Gilchrist
January 31 2013 4:07 PM

Light a candle, bow your head, repeat a mantra of “I want to go to theres.” Tonight marks the finale of Tina Fey’s wildly creative brainchild 30 Rock. It’s going to be tough to say farewell to Fey’s alter ego Liz Lemon and all of the Lemonisms that she hath wrought during 30 Rock’s seven-season reign on NBC.

A poster child for third-wave feminism, a cheese-loving geek, a fully-realized and proud single woman and always a whip-smart, self-effacing and hilarious career woman, Liz Lemon follows a proud tradition of smart, funny TV comedy pioneers including Mary Tyler Moore, Maude, Murpy Brown and Carrie Bradshaw. With her penchant for hot nerd glasses, Snuggies and sensible shoes Liz Lemon is the glass ceiling buster that many women of the aughts aspire to be.

While just about every web editor in North America has lovingly compiled some sort of tribute to Liz, 30 Rock and her lovable cohorts we thought we’d offer up our homage with a round-up of some of Liz’s more lesbian moments.

Liz gets a new pair of jeans that do things to Jenna! Who cares if the jeans were made by children. 

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In the episode "Florida" that aired this January Liz discovers that Jack's mom had a "late-in-life lez-out." Watch as Liz puts the lesbian clues together. This is the full episode but she puts the pieces together at around the 7:30 mark. 

 

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Liz goes faux lez for a sex line commercial. There's something disturbingly erotic about a woman feeding a pizza to a pre-Invisaligned Liz. 

 

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Jack mistakes Liz for a lesbian based on her "bi-curious" shoes in the episode entitled "Blind Date" that satirized lesbian stereotypes. 

 

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While not lesbian, per se, Liz goes on a liberal pro-gay dolphin / feminist rant at a Republican fundraiser prior to the Presidential election.

 

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Liz discovers a new philosophy for life that she deems "Lisbeanism."  She proudly proclaims, "I am a dike (dyke)  against the rising waters of mediocrity." 

 

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In "Blind Date" Jack sets Liz up with a smart, gorgeous lesbian played by none other that Stephanie March (Law and Order: SVU). Liz flashes back to her formative experiences as a "little lesbian. 

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