A fond farewell to '30 Rock'

  • Article by: NEAL JUSTIN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 25, 2013 - 3:23 PM

One of TV's most inventive sitcoms closes shop -- but not before we pay tribute to its in-house genius.

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drposterJan. 27, 13 7:15 AM

Please, this carried on much further than it rated. Fey and Baldwins Hollywood, lib cred propped this up 2 seasons after it should have been canceled. Genius?? Sorry much better offerings on cable now that what the big 3 are offering.

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thenagainJan. 28, 13 9:42 AM

In its best season, this show finished 68th in the ratings. It is amazing that the media keep pumping this show year after year. The show is predictable, I'm surprised it does not have a laugh track. Lucy was funny. Mary Tyler Moore was funny. Alice was funny. Roseanne was funny. Malcolm in the middle was funny. This show was never funny.

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olderchickJan. 28, 1312:21 PM

30 Rock was neither innovative or funny. In the same category as The Office & Mad Men or Modern Family. Well, at least Modern Family was funny for a while. Cable is not much better & it has nothing to do with liberal Hollywood. It has to do with studios not willing to develop good story lines with good writing. They just as soon go on the cheap & put on garbage like Honey Boo Boo, The Kardasians, Doomswday Preppers, etc.

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pobeleJan. 31, 13 9:17 AM

30 Rock has been a great show since the beginning. I'm sad to see it go. The previous posters clearly didn't watch the show.

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