TV is amazing, and if you watch enough of it, things start to seep into your brain and never leave, until you’re just a walking, talking encyclopedia of references. What’s even better is when those references become so common and used by so many people in everyday speech that you hardly recognize them as references anymore. It’s just the way people talk. More
Topic: 30 rock
Tracy Morgan, the well-known comedian famous for his work on SNL and 30 Rock, is reportedly in critical care at a New Jersey ICU at the moment, as a result of a car crash involving multiple vehicles on the New Jersey turnpike. More
We should give Jane Krakowski some kind of a nickname or something, because she just got a second actor fired from a Tina Fey project. Maybe The Velvet Hammer? Or The Widowmaker? Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson? We’ll figure it out. More
The disappointing season finale of Parks and Recreation last night got us thinking — is it possible for a TV comedy to run for more than five seasons and stay true to itself? Looking at examples like HIMYM, 30 Rock, The Office, and Modern Family, we’re not so sure. More
There are various symptoms of severe 30 Rock withdrawal, and this post serves to help you diagnose yourself. If you exhibit one or more of the following behaviors, you might be going through 30 Rock withdrawal. Don’t worry, We’ll get through this. More
If you’re lucky enough to have both a Spring Break and Netflix, and you’re not into partying or going to the beach or leaving the house in general, I have a few suggestions for you. These are twelve amazing shows that have five or more seasons available on Netflix that you can catch up on over a week’s vacay. Sure you might have to pull an all-nighter or two, but won’t it be worth it when you’re all caught up and haven’t seen sunlight for nine days? Spoiler alert: It will. More
Happy 48th birthday to Rainn Wilson! Most of us know Rainn for his iconic role as Dwight Schrute on The Office. I don’t think I’m surprising anyone who watched the show when I say Dwight was pretty creepy. But as unsettling as he could be, we still loved him. More
Because I want you to share in my anguish, I’ve put together a list of twelve television episodes that stand out to me as the most tearjerky, in no particular order. Sometimes it’s just one moment that gets you, other times it’s pretty much a non-stop cryfest from beginning to end. More
I decided it was about time somebody just took a bunch of ensemble sitcom casts and ranked them based on how much fun they’d be to hang out with. And that somebody might as well be me. More
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So in honor of the shows we’ve loved and lost this year (and two we’re about to lose), we’ve made an incredibly moving tribute that we hope does them the justice that they deserve. More
Tina Fey is taking over television. I repeat, Tina Fey is taking over television. Just a few days after the new Colleen McGuinness-penned comedy she’s producing was sold to NBC, Tina has sold another comedy, this time to Fox. And oh my goodness, you guys, they gave it a series commitment. Without a pilot even having been made. More
Hallelujah and listen to the angels sing! NBC has bought a new comedy that’s being executive produced by Tina Fey. And on top of that, the untitled project is also being executive produced by Robert Carlock, Tina’s co-showrunner on 30 Rock. And and and the project is written by Colleen McGuinness, who was a writer-producer for 30 Rock and is also very funny on Twitter. More
Since summer is the season of the binge-watch, there’s no better time to catch up on the shows Emmy has deemed most important. We’ve taken the 12 Outstanding Comedy and Drama Series nominees and ranked them in the order you should watch them. More
Look, I’m a die-hard 30 Rock fan, and I’m always glad to see its cast getting work after the series. And I really enjoyed Tracy Morgan in his role as Tracy Jordan, plus he was funny on SNL and he’s entertaining when he’s just playing himself on the talk show circuit. But I don’t think he should have his own show. Unfortunately, the FX people don’t agree with me, because they gave him his own single-camera comedy called Death Pact. Sorry, Tracy, but I’m not on board. More