The best Tracy Jordan quotes include hilarious sayings by the '30 Rock' character, played by Tracy Morgan. Tracy Jordan has issues. He's erratic, self-centered and, most of the time, totally misguided. Tracy is a movie star (sort of), and he's certainly got the attitude for it. This list includes some of the most memorable lines ever uttered by Tracy Jordan on NBC's comedy series '30 Rock.' If you see your favorite quote on the list, by all means, vote it up. And if your personal favorite Tracy Jordan quote isn't listed, add it.
Tracy Jordan definitely has mental health problems. He's not all there. Example? He's a "Jedi" in the pilot episode of '30 Rock,' and he runs into L.A. traffic in his undies, wielding a toy light saber, to make sure everyone on the 405 knows it. His early life was rough. At one point, Tracy confesses that his neighborhood was so bad, a "pack of wild dogs took over and successfully ran a Wendy's" restaurant. Jordan also believes in several conspiracy theories, including one about the Black Crusaders. He explains that this is a secret organization that includes Bill Cosby, Condoleezza Rice Rice and Gordon from 'Sesame Street.'
Tracy Jordan: He believes you should "live every week like it's 'Shark Week," he thinks vampires are awesome golfers - and he hopes that some day, pigeons will finally have some self-respect. And he also hopes to own an island one day, just like other "crazy A-listers" Nicolas Cage, Celine Dion and...Charles Widmore.Enjoy these awesome Tracy Jordan '30 Rock' quotes!
The Black Crusaders are a secret group of powerful Black Americans. Bill Cosby and Oprah Winfrey are the chief majors, but Jesse Jackson, Colin Powell and Gordon from 'Sesame Street,' they're members, too, and they meet four times a year in the skull of the Statue of Liberty. You can read about that on the Interweb.
Vampires: World's Greatest Golfers
I believe that vampires are the world's greatest golfers but their curse is they never get a chance to prove it!"
Straight-Up Mentally Ill
You know how pissed off I was when 'US Weekly' said that I was on crack? That’s racist! I’m not on crack – I’m straight-up mentally ill!