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Tina Fey's 30 Rock has only been off the air for a year, but it feels like a lot longer. TV has never been better, and yet nothing's been able to replace the Lemon-sized hole 30 Rock's departure from the airwaves left in my heart.  True to workaholic form, Fey has been hard at work trying to get two pilots into the fall schedule. There's the as-yet-untitled Ellie Kemper vehicle on NBC, featuring the doe-eyed comedienne as an escapee from a doomsday cult.   But as a graduate of a women's college, I'm slightly more interested in Fey's other TV project, the tentatively titled Cabot College. The Fox sitcom centers on a former women's college that has, a la Vassar and Sarah Lawrence, just become coed for the first time.  Even more promising? The Cabot College team announced yesterday that Margaret Cho would be joining the show as a a series regular, »

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