Will he still smell like Shakespeare, if Shakespeare was a damn cowboy?
Nick and Schmidt throw an anniversary party for themselves. The tagline: “Ten years, two hearts, one home.”
That kiss from two weeks ago didn’t douse the sexual tension — it only inflamed it.
Jake Johnson on Nick Miller's awkward moves.
They'll play Nick's relatives.
"Winston is a sort of a Chandler/Phoebe hybrid."
After last week's big moment, the roomates deal with the fallout. Sort of.
"I don’t live in a cave, so I know that True American has become a national obsession."
She could never stay; she had to start The Newsroom.
So many 30 Rock questions.
So that happened.
Very soon it will be.
Last night’s episode contained no moments of deep feeling. Instead, it was all goofy slapstick.
Just watch us now. Or later. It's all good.
The network is hurting at the start of 2013.
“Who eats elephant tacos? That’s not even a saying."
Don’t play chicken with Schmidt. That guy does not back down.
"My name? My first name or my last name?"
We gotta workshop that headline.
Her episode will air early next year.
Roof tubs, strippers, and lightning-bolt suits.
Who's that girl? It's Muriel Rosenberg!
Z Is for Zombie.
Ladies be worried about their eggs and guys be worried about their virility.