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  • Actors: Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin
  • Format: PAL, Box set
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004RUDYR0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 298,514 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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After taking home the 2007 Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series, 30 Rock returned for its sophomore season with an even sharper satirical tool set, skewering everything from reality television (hello, Milf Island) to the suit & tie shenanigans of its own network. Set behind the scenes at The Girlie Show, a fictional sketch comedy series, 30 Rock follows show runner Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) as she contends with her program's flighty stars, Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) and Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski), and runs interference between network exec Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) and her own unruly writing staff. This season starts off as TGS returns from summer hiatus, and gets straight to the hilarious disasters; over the course of 15 episodes, Liz tries (and fails) to buy a condo, Jack has a scandalous love affair with a liberal, and Kenneth (Jack McBrayer), the excitable page, accidentally throws an alcohol-soaked rager. This collection contains every moment from the delightfully absurd and highly quotable 2007-2008 season, featuring guest appearances from Jerry Seinfeld, Edie Falco, and David Schwimmer.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Forbes Waverley on 15 Aug. 2009
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Slightly better (if shorter) than series one, and I loved the first series. Sharp, funny, silly as ever with some entertaining cameos. Keeps all its central characters, its freshness and its heart. Extras are okay and provide some insight into the world behind the show; seeing the actors in other contexts gives you a sense of the impro/live comedy background to 30 Rock which ultimately just endears them to you more and underlines what a fine actor Alec Baldwin is.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D Burin on 11 April 2011
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Season 2 of '30 Rock' sees Tina Fey return as the likeable, witty, and acerbic Liz Lemon, which pretty much guarantees another helping of sarcastic witticisms, and comedic complaints. From telling Frank that he looks like "Gene Simmons had sex with a basset hound", getting into a fight with Tracy Jordan's sassy wife, and producing a hilarious rant at ex-Boyfriend Floyd, there are enough great Liz moments to pretty much make the show alone. Alec Baldwin remains on fine form as Jack Donaghy, staunch capitalist and producer of some of the show's most amusing moments; and his dynamic with both Liz, Tracy Jordan, and with his adoring, arguably homosexual assistant Jonathan (Maulik Pancholy), is as good, if not better than in the first season. Kenneth the Page gets more screentime, with his naivety proving hilarious, as do Tracy's level-headed entourage Grizz and Dot.Com; but despite the laugh quota being very high in places, this season may come as a minor disappointment to those following on from Season 1.

A few episodes don't really work. The season's opener, 'Seinfeld Vision', seems more of a cameo vehicle for Jerry Seinfeld, than a fitting season-opener, and episodes like 'Ludachristmas' and 'Milf Island' stretch certain, less developed characters to their limit, meaning these episodes seem a bit forced. There's little in the way of character development, too; which is a little disappointing, and means that whilst the episodes are entertaining, '30 Rock' seems a bit like it's drifting along, more than it's developing; with Jack's relationship with C.C. Cunningham, a democratic candidate, being a happy exception to this rule. For those who enjoyed the first season of '30 Rock', Season 2 is a worthwhile purchase, but do expect one or two misfires during the series. For those new to the show, I'd suggest beginning with 'Season 1', which both grounds the show, and provides some of its very best episodes.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Movieman on 16 July 2010
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One of the funniest programmes on tv for years. It really just is.

Probably one of the few rare DVD's worth buying as there's a very good chance you'll want to watch more than once. The plots, lines and acting are such high quality and so packed quite often you'll notice more that you noticed the first time round. After so many episodes it's hard not to feel a good degree of affection for almost all the characters.
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'30 Rock' is a truly hilarious, genuinely laugh-out-loud, satirical TV comedy originating from the USA and this Season 2 collection continues the excellence of the premier Season. It features a sharp script, energetic (often wonderfully over-the-top) acting performances and has deservedly won numerous awards for each Season. It stands right up there with the very best 'intelligent' US TV comedies, such as 'Frasier' and 'Seinfeld'. Much of the talent involved with the show either has a long-standing history of comedy, be it live stage work or for (in particular) the highly popular TV programme 'Saturday Night Live'.

The overall theme or storylines may not always be highly original, but it is the screenplay in general and the little visual touches or comedic interludes that set it apart from all the others; it is also noteworthy for not having 'canned laughter' superimposed over the soundtrack.

The setting is simple, a 'behind-the-scenes' examination of personal/business matters of the production team and various administrative staff of a successful TV variety show.

Much of what goes on is completely barmy; for example, one character is 'Dr Spaceman' - but is pronounced 'Spacheeman' ! All the main characters have certain 'flaws' (don't we all ?) which reflect on how things progress for them and the business of the show (we rarely see the show itself being produced or broadcast). A hint about those personalities can be seen in the opening credits (which don't usually appear straight away), where they each appear in very short video clip and almost all of them act rather strangely. You will find yourself wincing with clenched teeth, cringing or even screaming 'No !' at some of the excruciatingly embarrassing things that go on in this show....
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By Bluepencilreview on 14 Aug. 2012
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I enjoyed season 1, but this was fantastic. All the characters were stronger and the episodes packed in some good ideas.
Best:Rosemary's Baby where Alec just goes off the edge
Subway hero; fine guest spot from Tim Conway, the Bleeper king returns to reek havoc and Alec as Richard Nixon
episode 210-Just hilarious-go and watch it now!
MILF Island: some have critised it, but it was a tight funny episode
Cougers: Liz and Jenna hilariously become Cougers, Frank thinks he's gay and Alec does a poor man's bad news bears-probably my favourate episode so far.
Worst: SeinfeldVision-just a plug for the crap BEA movie, even though I'm a massive fan of him and his show.
Sandwich day: Floyd returns...and not enough happens-just didn't work for me
Overall, even these weakest episodes are hilarious and I'll watch them hundreds of times
Extras: the 3rd disc includes an hilarious stage version and table read. There is a q and a bit, but, despite all the cast being there, half of them say nothing. Also, there are no subtitles anywhere, again.
But what makes this is the commentarys. Saddly Alec is absent, and Will Arnets one is irritating, as is Fred Armisen's but deffinatly watch the one with Tina and her husband, Tina herself and the absolutly hilarious one with Jane and Jack-worth buying the set for alone-they have a really Jack and Karren from will and Grace chemistry.
Excellent entertainme
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