30 Rock: Season 6, Episode 19

Live from Studio 6H (26 Apr. 2012)

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WEST COAST VERSION: Live Broadcast -- Kenneth (Jack McBrayer) takes drastic measures to prove why TGS should stay a live show.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Frank Rossitano / Streaker #1
Jack Donaghy / Larry / Joey Montero / Richard Nixon (East Coast only) / Charles Nelson Reilly (West Coast only) / Chet Huntley
Frank 2.0 / Telethon Woman / Man Backstage
Kim Kardashian (West Coast only) (as Kim Kardashian)


WEST COAST VERSION: Live Broadcast -- Kenneth (Jack McBrayer) takes drastic measures to prove why TGS should stay a live show.

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Fred Armisen plays multiple characters in this episode, including a crew member in the background in the beginning of the show, and the phone worker behind Jimmy Fallon during the flashback at the end. See more »


Kenneth Parcell: NBC had the first two black characters on TV... sort of. For "Alfie & Abner," NBC hired one African-American and one Caucasian because they thought two black people on the same show would make the audience nervous; a rule NBC still uses today!
Tracy Jordan: [Scene changes to a black & white 1950s TV show, Alfie & Abner. Tracy Morgan enters dressed in fine clothes as Alfie] Abner, I'm home from work! Where are you, my brother?
Abner: [...]
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References Parks and Recreation (2009) See more »

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Still the most intelligent comedy I know
29 April 2012 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I get the feeling that the acknowledgment for 30 Rock is declining since season four. I got to know this show because of it's Emmy recognition and it's constant praise, but for the last seasons it calmed down.

There were some weak plot lines and episodes but there are still so many intelligent jokes in every episodes that I'm almost frustrated at the end of every episode that I only got a fraction of them. I think this is great because by re-watching the show you will always discover more details and subtle hints.

This live show even overdoes the first live show. There were so many great moments. I loved the Dr. Spaceman Parts the most...all the great guest stars (It's still funny to see the serious Don Draper in a comedy role)and a bunch of intelligent references like Hazel ripping apart the picture of Sinead O'Connor. This show definitely needs more acknowledgment for it's greatness...

PS: "Nine out of 10 doctors said "Who is this? Why are you calling so late?" but the 10th guy was into it."

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