Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Extended 30 Rock warms cockles of Tina Fey fans' hearts...

Last week, NBC offered an extended episode of 30 Rock, the new (and awesome) Tina Fey vehicle. Instead of the usual half-hour offering, we were treated to forty minutes of laughs.

That might not seem like a big deal, but those who watched the show undoubtedly noticed the difference. Amazing how much more fun you can pack into a few extra minutes, isn't it?

My favorite part? Tina's lecture to Jack about how to pull off his live performance. There was a certain irony in hearing Ms. Fey give a hardnosed speech like that to Baldwin. After all, Alec is still revered by many for his portrayal of the ultimate hardnosed lecturer in the now-classic Glengarry Glen Ross. All Tina lacked was that little pair of brass balls and a watch that's "worth more than your car!"

Anyway, kudos to NBC for giving me the supersized edition of 30 Rock. Well done, peacock.

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