Jack agrees, and he tells Liz that he has begun a relationship with Phoebe (Emily Mortimer), a Christie's auction house art dealer who has Avian Bone Syndrome and on their third meeting still greets Liz with "Hi, I'm Phoebe, I don't know if you remember me..." Jack asks Liz's approval in his relationship with Phoebe, and when Liz grants it, he immediately proposes to Phoebe.Meanwhile, Tracy (Tracy Morgan) tries to get Don Geiss to finance his film, Jefferson, which is based on Thomas Jefferson's life.Liz decides that she wants Jack to meet Floyd at dinner, although Jack becomes obsessed with Floyd and becomes a third wheel in Liz and Floyd's relationship.
Came to spread some love and screen one of my favorite films #Bad Dad Rehab and fellowship with the brothers who are trying hard to do the right thing by their kids, families and community."We cannot serve under an administration that seeks to exclude members of our society or take away their rights, especially the Muslim community, which is very much part of our AAPI community." The commission was created to work with the federal government to serve Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in the United States.President Bill Clinton created the commission in 1999, and Presidents George W. The commissioners’ terms were scheduled to end in September, but former chairman Tung Nguyen, who has been on the commission since 2011, said they could no longer serve an administration unwilling to listen on issues ranging from sanctuary cities to immigration.It’s the second wave of resignations from the 20-member commission, leaving just four members.The fate of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders is uncertain."Corporate Crush" originally aired on NBC in the United States on April 12, 2007 as the nineteenth episode of the show's first season and overall of the series.