"30 Rock" Liz Lemon Is Getting Married, NBC Releases "Save The Date"

  @FionnaatIBTf.agomuoh@ibtimes.com on November 15 2012 5:33 PM

The perpetual bachelorette of “30 Rock” is finally getting married.

Liz Lemon, "30 Rock’s" main character, long thought to be “unlucky” in love, will be hitched before the end of the show’s seventh and final season, and fans are all invited to the wedding, the AP reports.

NBC announced Lemon’s upcoming nuptials Thursday in a comedic "save the date." 

“What the What? Ms. Elizabeth Miervaldis Lemon presents herself to be married to Mr. Crisstopher Rick Chross - But not in a creepy way that perpetuates the idea that brides are virgins and women are property,” the invitation reads, detailing that the wedding will take place Nov. 29 at 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central.

“She’s 42. Whatever. It’s no big whoop,” it goes on to say, also advising that guests/viewers bring their own snacks.

Lemon, played by the show’s, creator Tina Fey, is a producer of fictitious comedy show similar to "Saturday Night Live."

While she’s not wrangling her “kookie comrades,” like her boss Jack Donaghy, played by Alec Baldwin, and Tracy Jordan, played by Tracy Morgan, the eccentric star of her show, she is dealing with her “comically flawed love life,” which is a running theme on “30 Rock.”

Lemon has been through a string of short-lived boyfriends including the “quirky” airline pilot Carol Burnett played by Matt Damon, the “immature” businessman Dennis Duffy played by Dean Winters, and the “dimwitted” pediatrician Dr. Drew Baird played by Jon Hamm.

But the childlike wannabe entrepreneur Criss Chross, played by guest star James Marsden, seems to be the one that stuck.

In the early days of their relationship, Donaghy expresses his disapproval of Chross, whom he referred to as a “puppy-dog-eager dork who carries a Sunglass Hut credit card and owns a ukulele plastered with an Obama sticker.”

But Lemon insists that her new love as different.

"I'm more relaxed around him. My jaws stopped popping. And for once I'm not overthinking everything," she said.

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