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Should you let Oprah be your guide? Is immoral behavior no laughing matter? Can Devon Banks choose his sexual orientation? Is that a dealbreaker? Hello, dummy. Wait! Don't stop reading. This is really important. I'm dying.
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See how not to write comedy with Pete and Frank and learn tips about dealing with crippling beauty from Dr. Andrew Baird himself. Good God, Lemon! has all your answers: how well do you remember 30 Rock? Which TGS employee are you?
30 Rock from books.google.com
She also had a dream that one day she would be a comedian on TV. She has seen both these dreams come true. At last, Tina Fey's story can be told.
30 Rock from books.google.com
No single edifice has been the origin of more programming "heard round the world." This volume-idiosyncratic but meticulously researched and beautifully designed-takes you on a tour unlike any other.
30 Rock from books.google.com
Should you let Oprah be your guide? Is immoral behavior no laughing matter? Can Devon Banks choose his sexual orientation? Is that a dealbreaker? Hello, dummy. Wait! Don't stop reading. This is really important. I'm dying.
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ABOUT THE BOOK 30 Rock is an NBC television series that has ruled Thursday nights in a way no half-hour sitcom has since the days of Friends.
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ABOUT THE BOOK The fourth season of 30 Rock, the brainchild of award-winning writer and actress Tina Fey, lives up to its reputation as a critical darling with a hardcore fan-base. 30 Rock, a three-time Emmy winner for Outstanding Comedy ...
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ABOUT THE BOOK If Tina Fey is the mother of 30 Rock, Lorne Michaels, the creator and executive producer of Saturday Night Live, is the shows father.
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ABOUT THE BOOK 30 Rock emerged from its first season into a changing comedy world.
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ABOUT THE BOOK When Tina Fey left Saturday Night Live at the end of the 2005-2006 season to concentrate on developing, writing, and starring in a new program for NBC, reaction among comedy fans was mixed.