'30 Rock' election episode airs tonight; 'Office,' 'Parks and Recreation' preempted

tracy-morgan-30-rock-governor-dunston-2012-nbc.jpg"30 Rock" fans, make sure your DVRs are set. This week's episode will air one day early as NBC continues to make adjustments to its schedule in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

"30 Rock's" election themed episode "There's No I in America" airs tonight, Oct. 31, at 8 p.m. ET, replacing what would have been the final episode to air from already canceled comedy "Animal Practice."

The rest of NBC's usual Thursday comedy block, including "The Office" and "Parks and Recreation," will be preempted this week so the network can air an encore of Monday night's "The Voice: The Knockouts, Part 1," which some viewers may have missed due to the storm. Monday's episode of "Revolution" gets an encore Friday night at 8 p.m. ET.

NBC likely decided it would be too awkward to delay the "30 Rock" episode by a week, since the presidential election is next Tuesday, so we'll get it early instead.

Judging by the clips below, it looks like a good one.

Kenneth explains why he's never voted:



Jenna makes Jack and Liz compete for her Twitter endorsement:

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