Seriously, you can watch it right here.
As should probably have been expected, it's totally Ben Silverman's fault.
We hope not!
Publishers are bidding upwards of $6 million for a nonfiction book from her — and she hasn't even taken a meeting yet.
The show's season-two DVD contains footage from its live performance at UCB during the writer's strike. Ah, memories!
Then, because the most creative minds in television couldn't think of anything more clever, William Shatner was invited onstage to rip off Heidi Klum's clothes.
So, who won last night?
'Lots of A's,' she explained. 'That was done deliberately for emphasis.'
At last, the site will useful for more than answering the question "Who the hell was that guy in that movie?"
Tina Fey almost canceled!
Oprah is in talks to guest-star on '30 Rock.' Get those tissues ready, America!
Plus: Quentin Tarantino finds his villain, and Eric Stoltz catches WWII fever!
Plus: John McCain liked 'Indy 4.'
There was great news this morning for every guest actor on '30 Rock' except for one.
'The Wire' and 'Family Guy' highlight lists full of surprises.
Last night, Vulture caught up with the '30 Rock' star and uphill-skiing champion.
Will the switch from 8:30 to 9:30 help TV's funniest show?
Tim Conway plays the '30 Rock' version of Eli Wallach's noble 'Studio 60' character.
Not only are fake shows like 'MILF Island' getting better, real shows are increasingly seeming more fake. Can you tell the difference anymore?
Two weeks ago, Ben Silverman renewed NBC's commitment to family-friendly programming. Then, hilariously, the network aired that '30 Rock' episode about 'MILF Island.'
Was the fake reality show on last night's '30 Rock' a grim portent of what's to come? Probably!
Taking a break from 'Mystic Pizza,' the play, Jenna from '30 Rock' might be appearing in this summer's Encores! production.
The two best comedies on TV have sharply different attitudes toward the American workplace — and that's why one's a hit and the other may never be.
The true punch line is the romance of workaholism, as exemplified by the oddball duet between overlord Alec Baldwin and dork-serf Tina Fey.
Plus, George Lucas dispels the Jesus rumors, and Sienna Miller twirls a gun.