Damn you, shorteralls.

JD: Lemon, I'm not about to take criticism from someone wearing that t-shirt.

LL: HEY, don't talk down Brooklyn Without Limits, stores like this are saving the world.

JD: Really, you're going to lecture me about big business again? Do you know who owns Brooklyn Without Limits?

LL: Brooklyn Zach! He throws pool parties in dumpsters.

JD: Halliburton. In the mid-nineties, they found themselves with a surplus of canvas waterboarding hoods, so they had sweatshops make them into messenger bags to sell to...outerborough idiots.

LL: You don't know what you're talking about [turns to show him jeans label]: "Hand-made in U.S.A.!"

JD: Your magic jeans are from BWL? Oh, Lemon, it's not "Hand-made in the U.S.A., it's pronounced "Hahnd-made in the Ooh-sah!" The Hand People are a Vietnamese slave tribe and Usa is their island prison. They made your jeans. You know how they get the stitching so small? [whispers] Orphans.

LL: No! Brooklyn Zach is real! He just got back from Peru where he met a family that's been making hats for 2,000 years!

From Season 5, Episode 7 of 30 Rock, 2012. Tina Fey as Liz Lemon and Alec Baldwin as Jack Donaghy.

How much can we truly know about the consumer choices we make? This is a spoof on Brooklyn Industries, I assume? American Apparel? Urban Outfitters? All of the above, and anything on Court St. below Atlantic?