13 Times Tracy Jordan From "30 Rock" Described Being A College Student
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13 Times Tracy Jordan From "30 Rock" Described Being A College Student

"Live every week like it's shark week."

13 Times Tracy Jordan From "30 Rock" Described Being A College Student

Tracy Jordan is known for being the loose cannon of "30 Rock." He's unreliable and often gets involved in ridiculous situations. Even though he tends to make the lives of the other characters -- mainly Liz Lemon -- difficult, but even then he's extremely lovable and caring. Although Tracy often says and does off-the-wall things, he actually describes the life of a collage student pretty well.

1. When the nine a.m.'s start to kick in:

2. When Intro to Philosophy really sets in and you feel enlightened:

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3. When you're trying to rationalize your lifestyle of beer and Ramen:

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4. When your professor calls on you and you have no idea:

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5. When you see brunch pictures on Instagram and just don't get it:

6. When you can't take sharing a tiny room anymore:

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7. Socializing like:

8. When you talk yourself down after a presentation:

9. During finals week:

10. When you get an A and feel smarter than everybody else:

11. When you plan outfits instead of throwing on a t-shirt for about the first week of each semester:

12. When you go office hours and have to make small talk:

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13. When the professor asks a question you don't know:

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