BY Brittany Allen
on May 08, 2014
When the cast of 30 Rock bid a last adieu to their Thursday night slot on NBC...everything basically shattered for me. First The Office, now this? Suddenly, Parks & Recreation had to pull a lot of the comedy weight for the widely-acknowledged funniest network on the telly. And I suddenly had an extra hour and a half to fill every week, twiddling my thumbs in the absence of a Liz Lemon laugh riot.
It's been a rough few years, but finally -- does one dare to dream?! -- there's a pilot season on the horizon that just might fill the gap. Read More
BY Megan Hinshaw
on Jan 21, 2013
Rolling Stone has Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, and Alec Baldwin on the cover of it's January edition. The colorful set up includes Tracy Morgan and Alec Baldwin both costumed as Superman and Superboy respectfully, and Tina Fey as Lois Lane. (Lets not even start on the derogatory choice of portraying Tracy Morgan as Superboy.) Alec Baldwin is supporting her as they fly through the air arm in arm. This set up seems strange especially when the cover piece is titled, “The Last Days of 30 Rock : How Tina Fey Pulled Off TV's Smartest Sitcom. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Jan 18, 2013
In this video, Tina Fey gives us a tour of Liz Lemon’s office. I know what you’re thinking. “I want to go to there.” And so do we! (Duh.) There are tons of great knick-knacks and random wonderful Liz-esque things, but most importantly, she talks about the framed copy of BUST on her wall! We first noticed that she had our October/November 2006 issue starring beloved Amy Poehler on the front cover on display a few years back. Now she’s here to talk about it, along with beloved memories from Liz’s office. Read More
BY Amy LaCount
on Jan 09, 2013
How different would 30 Rock be without flaxen-haired, diva-voiced Jane Krakowski? Here’s your chance to find out! Check out this four-minute video, unearthed by Buzzfeed, of the ORIGINAL pilot of 30 Rock, with SNL alum Rachel Dratch playing “Jenna DeCarlo” instead of Jenna Maroney.
The whole vibe of the show is different; Krakowski’s high-strung and incessant attempts at fame are replaced by Dratch’s shenanigans as a weirder, cooler cucumber.
Also – check out the original!Cerie. Read More
BY Diana Denza
on Oct 26, 2012
I was first introduced to funny lady (and generally awesome human being) Tina Fey during the 2008 election season. Her hilariously dead-on impressions of Sarah Palin never failed to put my racing 19-year-old mind at ease.
Little did I know that in 2012, our rights to safe and legal abortions, affordable birth control, and equal pay would be at stake. Clearly, we still need our Tina.
Enraged by the vomit-inducing rape comments made by Republican politicians, Fey struck back…hard. Read More