"Excitementtt," she tweeted.
'Idol' and NBC's three-hour comedy block both did well.
Last night Tina Fey attempted Little Edie.
We got the native Masshole to weigh in on what was a remarkably active year for the Boston accent in pop culture.
Kenneth Parcell, lady-killer.
"Obesity is killing the African-American community with laughter!"
The '30 Rock' character shares a long forgotten secret.
"If you’re not covered in bite marks after intercourse, then something’s wrong."
"I'd say the show is about 98% completely scripted."
It’s no big surprise that the perennially awkward Liz Lemon had a rough time in college, what with the Richard Marx hair and the pilonidal cyst. (Do not look that up.)
As Liz Lemon would say, "Nerds!" (Because, you see, it's actually made from Nerds.)
Starting January 20, NBC will program three hours of comedy on Thursdays.
Funny, self-deprecating, inspiring, and just a little bit mean.
And create a three-hour Thursday-night comedy block. Does it matter?
Both Carl Paladino and Dov Charney would find a lot to cringe about in this episode.