For some, enjoyment of any TV series is inherently tied to the main characters getting romantic.
Everyone in the TV biz knows this, which is why the most popular series hinge on “will they? ” storylines at some point, many more blatant than others.
In "The Head and the Hair," he says he put himself through an unidentified Boston-area college (possibly Harvard Business School) by working as a swan boat operator.
The season was produced by Broadway Video, Little Stranger, and NBC Universal; the executive producers were series creator Tina Fey, Lorne Michaels, Marci Klein, David Miner, and Robert Carlock.
As the type-A creator of a fictional NBC sketch comedy show, Liz threw herself into her work while managing extreme diva personalities like Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) and Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski) with finesse and compassion; meanwhile, her personal life (mostly non-existent) involved navigating dead-end relationships with a Johnny Drama-esque loser (Dean Winters), a handsome dimbulb (Jon Hamm) and a hapless pilot named Carol Burnett (Matt Damon).
But Liz’s self-effacing worldview endeared her to legions of women and girls who identified with her Beta-nerd quirks and social pratfalls, i.e.
His mother even tried to send him to Vietnam when he was twelve to make a man out of him.
He also played hockey and the flute as a child, prompting his mother to embarrass him by having him play "The Star-Spangled Banner" on said flute in front of his team.
However, they were also smart enough to lay enough clues and groundwork for Jack and Liz’s strange fascination with one another that can be detected through mere glances.