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30 Rock

7 Seasons

Season 2
4.5 out of 5 stars (110) IMDb 8.2/10

Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan and Golden Globe winner Alec Baldwin are back from summer hiatus and ready to rock for a second season in the Emmy winner for Best Comedy. And how better to start the season than with special guest star Jerry Seinfeld.

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Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan

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1. SeinfeldVision

The gang at "30 Rock" returns from their summer hiatus but Liz's excitement to be back is quickly squashed when Jack (Alec Baldwin) tells her that despite what she thinks, she is not over Floyd.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 4, 2007
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2. Jack Gets In The Game

On the heels of Jack realizing that GE head, Don Geiss (Guest Star Rip Torn) may be retiring, Jack's nemesis, Devin, (Guest Star Will Arnett) returns engaged to Don's daughter.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 11, 2007
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3. The Collection

In an effort to cut off any chance of GE digging up dirt against him, Jack (Alec Baldwin) hires his own private investigator, Len (Guest Star Steve Buscemi), to head them off.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 18, 2007
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4. Rosemary's Baby

When Liz meets her idol, Rosemary Howard (Guest Star Carrie Fisher), she invites her to be a guest writer on the show.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 25, 2007
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5. Greenzo

As part of a GE-wide green initiative, Jack has come up with the idea of creating a green mascot for NBC - a Philly Fanatic-looking character named Greenzo. When Greenzo's eco-friendly preachiness gets obnoxiously out of hand, it's Liz who gets fed up the most with this ridiculous character. Special guest stars Al Gore, Meredith Vieira and David Schwimmer.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: November 8, 2007
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6. Somebody to Love

Jack attends a cocktail party honoring Colin Powell, and there, he falls for C.C. (Guest Star, Edie Falco), a Democratic congresswoman from Vermont. Although they are on the opposite sides of the fence, Jack and C.C. ignore their political differences, and attempt to be a couple under the radar.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 15, 2007
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7. Cougars

Tracy and Jack take on a Little League team and Liz finds a new boy toy.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: November 29, 2007
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8. Secrets and Lies

C.C. wants to go public over her love for Jack, while Liz tries to appease both Tracy and Jenna - with special guest stars Edie Falco and James Carville.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: December 6, 2007
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9. Ludachristmas

It's time again for the office's annual "Ludachristmas" party, and Liz and Jack's families come to visit; special guests Elaine Stritch, Andy Richter, Buck Henry and Anita Gillette guest star.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: December 13, 2007
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10. Episode 210

Jack and C.C. (Guest Star Edie Falco) try to make their long distance love affair work. Liz invests in real estate for the first time and Kenneth gets hooked on caffeine. Special Guests include Edie Falco and Gladys Knight.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 10, 2008
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11. MILF Island

Someone calls Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) a "Class A Moron" and the New York Post's "Page Six" column picks it up causing Jack agitation. Guest star Rob Huebel.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: April 10, 2008
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12. Subway Hero

Liz's old boyfriend, Dennis Duffy (guest star Dean Winters) becomes New York's "Subway Hero" and Jack wants him booked on the show. Tim Conway guest stars.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: April 17, 2008
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13. Succession

Don Geiss confides to Jack that he will be named the new GE chairman and Jack names a new successor to his position.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: April 24, 2008
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14. Sandwich Day

Liz's ex-boyfriend Floyd (guest star Jason Sudeikis) returns to New York while Jack's days with GE may be numbered. It's Sandwich Day at "TGS" and the sandwich shop location is kept tightly guarded by the teamsters.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: May 1, 2008
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15. Cooter

Jack heads to Washington, DC while Liz has a pregnancy scare, and Kenneth applies to be a page for the Summer Olympics. Tracy is in the final stages of his new invention. Matthew Broderick, Edie Falco, Dean Winters, and Paul Scheer guest star.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: May 8, 2008
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Bonus: Deleted Scene: Kenneth's Burned Jacket from Rosemary's Baby

In this never-before-aired deleted scene from Emmy-winning 30 Rock Season 2, Jenna urges Kenneth to replace his beloved but burned NBC Page jacket.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 1 minute Release date: January 1, 2008
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By Robert Moore HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 27, 2008
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Watching 30 ROCK during its second season was a completely exhilarating experience. It had in its rookie year quickly established itself as the funniest show on TV, but during its sophomore campaign the writing and acting got sharper and sharper with each episode. Next to ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT, I honestly believe that this is the funniest American comedy series ever.

Most comedy shows, when the writers get a funny joke or idea, they massage it and call attention to it, perhaps even taking a pause to allow everyone to notice and appreciate it. Not 30 ROCK. The jokes just tumbled out and sometimes they were only there if you looked hard for them. The humor came in waves, in layers. For instance, in one episode Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) is watching Celeste Cunningham (Edie Falco), with whom he has just had a passionate romantic encounter, get interviewed on a news network. The main point in the scene is that the right-wing Republican Jack is horrified to learn that his flame is a left-wing Democrat, but if you look very carefully at the ticker tape along the bottom of the TV screen, you will see the words "Anne Heche leaves husband for pony" scroll across. And shot after shot during the season features in-jokes concerning the Shinehardt Wig Company ("NOT Polluting Rivers since 1997"), which somehow manages to be the parent company for GE. This is not to say that the main jokes aren't great as well (I mean, just how funny is the idea of the fake reality series MILF ISLAND?). The key point is that it isn't just that they jokes are plentiful and unrelenting; they are GOOD. It is humor with an edge, but it is never less than brilliant.

This year Alec Baldwin will almost certainly win what should have been his second Emmy for Best Actor in a Comedy series.
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Season 1 of "30 Rock" was a landmark of television, if you ask me. Finally a sitcom that was original, refreshing, and, most of all, hilarious. When Season 2 began, my expectations were high. To say that my expectations were surpassed would be an understatement of grand proportions.

Whereas the plotlines and randomly vanishing characters (any one of Rachel Dratch's appearances???) in Season 1 were out of left-field in that funny-but-almost-too-random kind of way, Season 2 was a different kind of animal.

"30 Rock" season 2 came from left-field, but this time, it pulled you over there with it. In the beginning, it held onto some of the pitfalls of Season 1 (i.e., Where was Jenna half the time???), but as episodes aired, the ensemble and the writing both grew into something much greater and more entertaining than Season 1 ever reached.

Even as many shows suffocated and failed the hiatus the writer's strike brought, "30 Rock" seemed immune. In fact, I would be so bold as to suggest the break fueled the creativity. Either those last handful of episodes were pure, unadulterated brilliance, or I was just desperate for more "30 Rock" after their lengthy sabbatical.

Some brilliant moments in Season 2: Carrie Fisher as a crazy ex-writer, EVERYTHING involving the Devon (Will Arnett) vs. Jack rivalry (including the Don Geiss coma), Jack's job at Homeland Security (can you say, "gay bomb"?), & Kenneth's House Party AND a special appearance by Al Gore satiring himself ("A whale is in trouble!") in one episode? Oh HECK yeah.

All in all, "30 Rock"'s sophomore season was a brilliant display that proved that comedy can be even better the second time around.
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Despite the momentum-threatening writers strike that gave us a 3-month break between the 10th and 15th episodes, "30 Rock" suffered no sophomore slump. Many of the S2 episodes were instant classics, including "Rosemary's Baby" with Carrie Fisher as Liz Lemon's one-time comedy idol -- a once-edgy but now just whacked-out writer; the "Somebody to Love", "Secrets and Lies," "Coffee and TV" trilogy featuring Jack's doomed but oh-so-hot romance with congresswoman C.C. Cunningham (Edie Falco); and a finale that hilariously nails the attitudes of Bush-era D.C. ("Cooter"). Marvelous turns by guest-stars abound, including a reprise of Jack's mother by the astonishing Elaine Stritch; the return of Will Arnett as Jack's G.E. nemesis, Devin Banks, and of Dean Winters and Jason Sudeikis as Liz's former boyfriends, Dennis "the Beeper King" Duffy and Floyd, former G.E. attorney now relocated to "the Cleve"; Fred Armisen as a suspicious neighbor in Liz's apartment building; and Buck Henry, Anita Gillette, and Andy Richter as Liz's parents and brother.

To make up for the shorted season, the producers are augmenting the strike-shortened season with many more extras than the S1 DVD set had. Check out the listings here: [...]

TEN of the fifteen episodes will have commentary tracks (compared to only six of S1's 22 episodes). Then there's a table-read, Tina hosting SNL, an ATAS evening, and the item I'm really dying to see: "30 Rock Live" at the UCB theater (an on-stage sneak-preview performance of Ep. 8, "Secrets and Lies" that occurred during the strike). Can't wait for this set's release on Oct. 7!
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I can only wonder how this show manages to stay on network TV with it's amazing writing and high quality acting. If that's not enough of an endorsement, then let me elaborate:

"30 Rock" is the kind of show you expect to see on HBO. It's well written, subversive, and chock full of the kind of talent that must be making the NBC accountants cry.

It's difficult to compare or classify comedy, but it's more "The Upright Citizen's Brigade" or "Arrested Development" then "Friends" or "How I Met your Mother." The excellent writing (some of it by Tina Fey who also plays Liz Lemon, the starring role) is both intelligent and absurd. It makes for a really interesting mix when the writers can combine a parody of "Amadeus" with the quest to create a video game based on pornography. This is only one example of the madness that lies in store when you watch "30 Rock."

Literally every actor in this amazing cast does a spectacular job. Alec Baldwin is the obvious big gun but that doesn't mean that he dominates the screen when Tracy Morgan or Tina Fey are on set. The characters the cast creates are equal parts SNL and Alice in Wonderland. Tracy Morgan's alter ego Tracy Jordan is mentally ill, (read: insane) Tina Fey's Liz Lemon is so comically flawed that you can't help but root for her, and Baldwin's Jack Donaghy is an iconic villian/mentor.

The "supporting" cast can barely be called that. These guys could easily hold up their own sitcom. Standouts are the incredibly naive Kenneth (played by Jack McBrayer) and the hilariously ditzy Jenna. (Jane Krakowski)

Do yourself a favor and pick up this DVD along with the first season. It's arguably the better season (it's definitely not in it's sophomore slump, at least) but it's most definitely even more absurd and insane then the first.
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