Last night’s season finale felt like the ideal blend of plot, topical jokes, and callbacks.
Avery returns from North Korea while Liz and Criss argue over gender roles.
Consisting of a mere thirteen episodes.
As may other NBC comedies' seasons.
Last week, we got 30 Rock’s second live episode. This time around, it’s the show’s second episode set entirely inside a reality show.
So many different jokes!
Last night's live episode felt like the platonic ideal of a sketch comedy show.
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"We work for NBC, so we'll see what they say."
Having a celebrity breakdown is the new sex tape.
Though he's said that before and it kept going.
Jenna tries to Yoko a children's band.
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Gambino up in Rock Center.
"He just means that the end of the show is on the horizon."
He's mad at the Today show.
Arguably the hardest job in showbiz.
Vintage 30 Rock by way of a Simpsons plot point.
It starts in the core, eventually reaches the limbs, and turns "martial and military."
The problem with a show as meta as 30 Rock is that when characters make cracks about things getting stale, even those jokes feel repetitive.
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And yet it was still the No. 1 show on NBC last night.
And Jenna gets Normal Al'd by Weird Al.