Posts Tagged ‘30 rock’
Today, we bid farewell to one of the most influential sitcoms of the decade. Yes, tonight is the finale of “30 Rock.”
All I can say is: blerg.
Luckily, this won’t be the end for Tina Fey and her co-stars: the success of “30 Rock” will certainly catapult Fey and her cast and crew to new, exciting projects — perhaps even another TV show for Fey.
For a show with such surprisingly low ratings for its critical success, Fey’s masterpiece is incredibly well-loved at Columbia. Perhaps we love it because of its New York ties, but our sizable fan population can probably appreciate the ways in which “30 Rock” brings our stress, food-binging, and discontent with the administration to life on the small screen.
And what better way to appreciate “30 Rock” than with gifs? See Columbia life through the lens of TGS with Tracy Jordan after the jump.
30 Rock had a live episode last night. Maybe it’s just because of my well-documented admiration for Tina Fey, or because I once wore a hat with a piece of masking tape that said “Night Cheese” on it to her book signing, or because most people I meet here seem to harbor a secret or overt crush on Alec Baldwin, but a lot of the lines struck me as especially relevant to this moment in Columbia’s history.
“Glamour, excitement, what we today would call alcoholism.”
To the senior class. This one’s pretty self-explanatory.
“Nine out of ten doctors surveyed said, ‘Who is this? Why are you calling so late?’”
To everyone who works for the Senior Fund. Again, this one is fairly obvious. Let’s move on. More »