I think this was the first 30 Rock finale that didn't end in a musical number. (I could be wrong through. I don't remember how season one ended.)
I can't express how little I've cared about Jack's love triangle for the last several episodes, nor can I express how much I've despised Julianne Moore and her accent. Since Jack takes up half of every episode, it's been rough for me. But at least Moore is finally gone, I hope. Avery pregnant isn't a storyline that fills me with any great anticipation for next season, but at least she isn't "fakin' the Bahston accent." (Clever dig of Moore mocking the Maryland accent aside).
On the other hand, Matt Damon killed. Absolutely killed. Get that guy a sitcom! His career's not going anywhere otherwise, is it?
You may be right, but I always got the feeling she was intentionally overdoing it with the accent. I think she was funnier than Elizabeth Banks, who apparently isn't going anywhere. Looks good, though.
Pregnancy story lines are Jumping the Shark 101, so let's hope that's not the case here. It was nice to see Liz be happy for a change, but I doubt we see Matt Damon as a regular next season. Being a pilot is a good way to have him always be "out of town", however. Funny, I never really thought about he and Tina being the same age roughly, because of his youthful look. But when I think about it, Good Will Hunting was 13 years ago.
"I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."
I don't remember thinking that this film was particularly good or bad when I saw it by myself in the theater when it first came out. HOWEVER... I was struck by the total lack of chemistry between Cruise and Kidman.