It's the battle of outrageous loose cannons: Tracy Jordan of "30 Rock" and Jean-Ralphio Saperstein from "Parks and Recreation." Can you match the quote to the character?
That's lemons, not Lemons, thus the quote is from Jean-Ralphio.
Sage advice from Tracy Jordan.
If there's an unethical way to work the system, Jean-Ralphio has no problem doing it.
Recall the previous answer — it's Jean-Ralphio again.
Grand ambitions from Tracy Jordan.
This is Jean-Ralphio, trying to cheer up Tom.
This is Jean-Ralphio, as he's about to kick off Li'l Sebastian's memorial service.
But as Jean-Ralphio admits in his next breath, it was on a technicality.
Whereas Jean-Ralphio is full of bravado, Tracy isn't afraid to tell everyone about his flaws.
This is Tracy, really mad at Liz Lemon.
This is Jean-Ralphio trying to inspire Tom — except the "cow" in the video is actually the pony Li'l Sebastian.
This is Tracy's response to Jack's suggestion of a therapist.
Jean-Ralphio is all about delegating responsibility for tedious projects, especially when said project might involve getting dirty.
This is way too much energy for Tracy. It's Jean-Ralphio, trying to convince Ron he should be his assistant.
Wise and inspiring words from Tracy Jordan.
And then Jean-Ralphio realized it was the wrong house. But it was OK, because the girl thought the story was funny.
Tracy to Liz in the "30 Rock" series finale.
This is Jean-Ralphio, describing Snake Juice to Ron. We don't have to tell you it didn't go over well.
A final non sequitur from Tracy, again in the series finale.
Deep thoughts by Tracy Jordan.
Tracy, putting himself down again.
Jean-Ralphio had the most unlikely crush on Leslie.
Jean-Ralphio might be too hyper to nap — this is clearly Tracy.
This is Jean-Ralphio's advice to Tom for his best-man speech at Andy's wedding.
Jean-Ralphio said this one.
NBC missed a huge chance for a crossover right here. This is Tracy's quote — but a breakdancing brunch place is a classic Jean-Ralphio and Tom plan.
Tracy doesn't really have the wherewithal to create a TV show, but if he did, it would probably be like this brilliant idea of Jean-Ralphio's.
It's rare, but sometimes Tracy gets it right.
Tracy reflects on some of the horrors he witnessed as a child.