That Liz Lemon says the darndest things!
NBC has elbowed its way into the "S**t [Everyone] Says" trend.
Even if it is about three weeks overdue.
Suits at the Peacock are summoning chuckles all over the blogosphere after unleashing the new viral video "S**t Liz Lemon Says."
And yes, "I want to go to there" is included!
We can thank Justin Halpern and his "S**t My Dad Says" for the "S**t They Say" phenomenon. The online craze has gained momentum since the emergence of the late 2011 YouTube video series "S**t Girls Say."
Now the joke has collided with Tina Fey and the world of 30 Rock.
"S**t Liz Lemon Says" is a montage of Fey's funniest one-liners as Liz Lemon on the Emmy-winning comedy. Slogans featured in the clip include "Shut it down," "blergh" and a few food phrases.
Fey's starring vehicle is now three episodes into a sixth season that will likely provide even more zingy barbs from the fictional television writer/chat show hostess, Liz Lemon.
In the 30 Rock version, titled "Idiots Are People," the gay community boycotts the network and a contrite Jordan gets in touch with Glad to apologize.
Too bad someone forgot to tell old Tracy that Glad, the trash bag company, and GLAAD, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, are two separate entities.
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