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30 Rock: Season 6

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Primetime Emmy, SAG, Peabody and Golden Globe Award-winning comedy 30 Rock returns for more Korean dictators, mantra stealing, erotic normaling and plant children in its outrageous sixth season. Primetime Emmy Award winner Tina Fey is back as Liz Lemon, the struggling TGS writer who seems to have found a new groove along with M&M pancake-filled domestic bliss. But with GE executive Jack Donaghy (Primetime Emmy Award, Golden Globe, and SAG Award winner Alec Baldwin) scheming his way through KableTown, Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) finding his voice as an idiot, Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski) taking her love life to new levels of extreme and NBC Page Kenneth Parcell (Jack McBrayer) being, well, Kenneth, will the chaos be too much for this new and improved Liz to handle? The hilarity continues with loads of exclusive bonus content in addition to 22 episodes of the critically acclaimed series from executive producer Lorne Michaels (Saturday Night Live).

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The sixth season of sitcom 30 Rock dives into a kind of pop surrealism beyond any other show on television. Consider the episode "Leap Day": Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), the head writer of a Saturday Night Live-esque sketch comedy show, discovers that there's a holiday tradition she's never heard of in which Leap Day William, a blue-suited and white-mustachioed bald man, rises from the depths of the Marianas Trench to trade children's tears for candy. Through this episode, Liz and narcissistic Jenna (Jane Krakowski) compete to sleep with a billionaire, high-powered executive Jack (Alec Baldwin) has a rhubarb-induced hallucination that mimics A Christmas Carol, and the ever-erratic Tracy (Tracy Morgan) tries to use up a $50,000 restaurant gift card before it expires, but it's the increasingly unnerving figure of Leap Day William--who goes from preposterous to downright frightening--who will haunt you for weeks after watching the show.

The rest of the season is peppered with masterful bits of lunacy. An Australian children's musical group has undercurrents of white supremacism; Jack manufactures couches that are so uncomfortable they function as torture devices; Jenna tries to record a song that's impossible to parody, only to have "Weird Al" Yankovic create the song that Jenna's song would have been a parody of; after being mugged, Jack transforms himself into a superhero called The Tuxedo; Jenna and her lover Paul turn normal couple behavior into a fetish of its own. Meanwhile, some plots run through the entire season: Liz learns to be comfortable with her new boyfriend Criss (James Marsden); Jack struggles to rescue his wife from North Korea while feeling attracted to his mother-in-law; and the eternally naive Kenneth (Jack McBrayer) rises to the heights of the Standards & Practices department, then tumbles to become a janitor. It's a jam-packed season, consistently funny and bursting with invention. This kind of vitality from a six-year-old sitcom is rare and to be cherished. --Bret Fetzer


Special Features

Disc 1:
  • Audio Commentary: Dance Like Nobody's Watching with Tracey Wigfield and Tom Ceraulo


  • Disc 2:
  • Audio Commentary: Alexis Goodlooking and The Case of the Missing Whisky with Judah Friedlander
  • Audio Commentary: Standards and Practices with Jack McBrayer and His Nephew


  • Disc 3:
  • Audio Commentary: Live From Studio 6H with Jane Krakowski and Jeff Richmond
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Behind the Scenes of "Live From Studio 6H"
  • West Coast Version of "Live From Studio 6H"
  • Cheyenne Jackson and Jane Krakowski: Live From Studio 6H Warm Up

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English, Spanish
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 3
    • Rated:
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    • Studio: Universal Studios
    • DVD Release Date: September 11, 2012
    • Run Time: 474 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B0053O8A78
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,294 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    By Mersad Djonko on August 31, 2012
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    Since the NBC Press Release was very vague about the extras on this Season 6 DVD Set, I just wanted to quickly write them down for you. Included is:

    - Audiocomentary on "Dance Like Nobody's Watching" by writer Tracey Wigfield and writer/producer Tom Ceraulo
    - Audiocomentary on "Alexis Goodlooking and the case of the Missing Whisky" by Judah Friedlander
    - Audiocomentary on "Standards and Practices" by Jack McBrayer
    - Audiocomentary on "Live from Studio 6H" by Jane Krakowski and composer/producer Jeff Richmond
    - West Coast Version of the Live Show (23:23 min)
    - Behind the Scenes of "Live from Studio 6H" (7:24 min)
    - Warm up Featurette before the Live Show (8:42 min)
    - Deleted Scenes

    As you can see they have cut down the number of Audiocomentaries immensely, as there used to be up to 10 per Season Set. And again there is no gag reel, which is something I would so love to see from a show like this. Also, I wished there were more interviews with cast and crew.

    Overall this was a great season. It amazes me how this show manages to stay fresh after 6 years. Nothing feels worn out, actually to the contrary they manage to bring in new elements and going back to some of the core storylines of the show. I loved the addition of James Marsden as Liz's new boyfriend Criss. The writers managed to create a loveable character and actually used him in a good way throughout the Season, giving Liz and Criss a possible happy ending for the upcoming final and seventh season. I also loved this years Live Episode and Queen of Jordan Episode. I also need to mention Jenna, for whom the writers really stepped up their, already high, game. Her remarks and storylines were really a highlight of the Season for me, especially in the beginning.

    All in all I highly recommend the sixth season of 30 Rock, although I wished they put more effort into the DVD Extras.
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    By D on September 15, 2012
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    ...I love her! It's always a risk for a show to add a new character after so long, but in this case it worked...her particular brand of crazy is somewhat similar to Jenna's, but still worthwhile and good for many laughs. And it's not just her that I love; the show is fresher and funnier than it's been in at least a couple years. Maybe not quite perfectly consistent, but its best episodes kept me laughing hysterically from beginning to end. All this, AND I get to look at cutie James Marsden? GOOD TIMES. I'm happy that 30 Rock is entering its final year, because if the show can maintain this level of writing and acting for one more season, it will be one of the few comedies to end its run before going totally stale. And I am hopeful that this will be the case, because some of the episodes in season six were every bit as good as those in the show's first couple seasons. Very funny stuff...now if Tina Fey would just write another hilarious book...
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    ....for the most part. A couple of things are hard to buy, like Jack's odd acceptance of the hostage situation with his wife (and mother of his child.) But I guess that's just Jack, and this is "30 Rock"---normal isn't normal for these guys. Sherri Shepard is great as Tracy's wife, but the "Queen of Jordan" subplot and its added cast wears thin real fast. Otherwise, the laughs pretty much move along as well as the previous seasons. James Marsden is a welcome addition, as Liz's long-awaited "normal" boyfriend. They have great chemistry, yet maintain the 'funny' level.
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    best season of 30 rock thus far. so happy that liz has found a boyfriend worth keeping in this season!!! they really out did themselves with hazel, the leap day episode as well as a second run at the live show! king of jordan also returns with that akward jack and liz kiss and baby virginia. i just got this in the mail not too long ago and have watched the whole season twice already. love love love it!
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    By AKA RICK on September 12, 2014
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    This series is great, has good actors, likable characters and great writing. That's what makes for an awesome series. It's a sit com worth watching and even worth owning where I can see repeat viewing.

    Unlike shows like "Lost", "Mad Men", "Game of Thrones", etc. which are more "cliffhanger" driven and have story arcs that you can't usually just pop a disc in and watch a random episode until and unless you've watched the entire series... sit coms are worth owning since you can just randomly watch any episode for equal enjoyment without any handcuffs nor necessary context of episodes before or after.
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    I love "30 Rock". I've been watching it for several years, ever since my now-fiance introduced me to it. The writing is clever and there's just so much of the wacky and hilarious in this ongoing story of the colorful characters on The Girlie Show at NBC. The characters are so blatant and honest about themselves - there's no beating around the bush - the obvious imperfections of these people are out there, but somehow we as viewers of the show just love them more! I have a hard time watching "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" because I just can't stand how the characters are self-absorbed and plain stupid. I thoroughly enjoy "30 Rock" because at least most of the characters have redeeming qualities about them. They make mistakes and do a lot dumb things, but they're not constantly in denial like the people in "It's Always Sunny...".
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