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30 Rock - Series 6 2012


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All 21 episodes from the sixth season of the US comedy set in the offices of an American TV network. Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) is head scriptwriter for comedy sketch show 'The Girlie Show' who has to use all her political skills to keep her eccentric star Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) and arrogant, new-ideas boss Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) in check. The episodes comprise: 'Dance Like Nobody's Watching', 'Idiots Are People Two!', 'Idiots Are People Three', 'The Ballad of Kenneth Parcell', 'Today You Are a Man', 'Hey, Baby, What's Wrong?', 'The Tuxedo Begins', 'Leap Day', 'Alexis Goodlooking and the Case of the Missing Whisky', 'Standards and Practices', 'St. Patrick's Day', 'Grandmentor', 'Kidnapped by Danger', 'The Shower Principle', 'Nothing Left to Lose', 'Meet the Woggels!', 'Murphy Brown Lied to Us', 'Live from Studio 6H', 'Queen of Jordan 2: The Mystery of the Phantom Pooper', 'The Return of Avery Jessup' and 'What Will Happen to the Gang Next Year?''.

Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan
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  • 30 Rock - Series 6 - Disc 1 ages_15_and_over
  • 30 Rock - Series 6 - Disc 2 ages_15_and_over
  • 30 Rock - Series 6 - Disc 3 ages_15_and_over
Runtime 3 hours 0 minutes
Starring Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan, Jack McBrayer, Scott Adsit, Judah Friedlander, Tina Fey, Jane Krakowski
Director John Riggi, Jeff Richmond, Beth McCarthy-Miller
Genres Comedy
Rental release 15 May 2013
Main languages English

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By lucas on 26 Dec. 2012
Format: DVD
Tina Fey, the TV genius, is back and she is back full steam ahead.

I watched just disc one so far but the first episodes of season 6 are so good that is worth ordering the box set just because of them.
As a matter of fact, I think that a two minutes dialog between Jack ( Alec Baldwin ) and his one year old daughter is reason enough to order
season 6. There is also Kelsey Grammer playing a spoof of James Bond and Jenna Maroney ( Jane Krakowski ) being the most honest judge ever in a singers show...

I wasn't very happy about season 5 and was going to wait
to get season 6 through ilove film but it looks like season 6 will take its time to get here and I wanted to see some comedy after
watching too many dramas.

There are several very good or excellent new drama series but good comic tv series are rare, especially when they are so intelligent,
so irreverent and creative as "30 Rock".

The dvds have subtitles in English and Spanish. You will need a free code blu ray or dvd player for this box set.
Extra features has a short making of the live episode. It is also worth watching Jane Krakowski singing and going Janis Joplin.

PS. I have watched all discs now and it is all good. The last disc has a reality tv style episode and a live episode which I think are substandard, as another reviewer wrote about live episodes in season 5, but the live has many inserts of
recorded sketches and one of them is absolutely brilliant. It is a sketch where Tina Fey plays a NBC reporter in the 60s whilst Alec Baldwin and Jon Hamm ( the main actor in Mad Men ) play TV anchors. God, it is so funny, so clever, so "Tina Fey".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. B. Koeb on 12 Feb. 2014
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Yes, a solid season rather than a great one. After season five's weak run-in, i wondered how things would go. The answer is a somewhat moderate start, with a few highlights towards the middle and end. Perhaps that's a bit severe, but i suppose seasons one through four had left us with the highest of expectations. The truth is that it is hard for ANY comedy to remain as genuinely funny, throughout its entire lifetime.

Here, many of the backing characters become even more margianalised. Lovely Cerie, and her dismissive, vacuous behaviour, is hardly around. Lutz and Sue get more action, but they aren't the funniest characters. Chris Parnell (Dr Spaceman) appears only a few times and we miss his anarchic, anti-bread lobbying presence. (Just watch him in the live episode.) Steve Buscemi (P.I. Len) does one brief cameo, besides directing an episode. When these people do appear, we're instantly reminded of the great moments which came before. Kristen Schaal, as new page Hazel, is a good addition, but even Liz Lemon's situation of domestic bliss doesn't generate much in the way of genuine mirth.

The big "however" is that we still get a handful of great episodes. I especially enjoyed "Standards And Practices", as Kenneth struggles with his redeployment in the TGS structure. "Grandmentor" and "Kidnapped By Danger" are both excellent. "Queen Of Jordan 2" a very funny follow-up to season five's fly-on-the-wall mockumentary. "The Return Of Avery Jessup" has Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski excels throughout the season) doing a hilarious turn, prior to the good season finale. And the best episode of all, for me? "Live From Studio 6H", just as in season five. This really is side-splitting and........ yet again.......
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Y. Turner on 28 April 2013
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30 Rock is one of the funniest sitcoms I have ever seen. The writing, the characters and actors have all been consistantly brilliant. The 6th and penultimate season contains 21 episodes (plus the alternate westcoast version of the live episode, Cast commentaries, making of etc).

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I was a massive fan of seasons 1-3 of this show. However I hadn't watched the show for a while before checking out this one.
This season still had its very funny moments. Liz gets a long term boyfriend, who took a bit to grow on me, but is a good addition. Jenna's stuff is always funny. I know people hate her but Hazel is a funny new character who improves the Kenneth Character a lot (Certainly not a Gertrude moon like some say). The season is let down in my opinion by two of Alec's stories. The north Korea bit is just silly and pretty incidental to the season (so why put it in?). The second is his relationship with his mother in law. Not only has the jack relationship formula been done 3 times already, but it just seems forced and unnecessary. Tracy also seems to have less story's around him too. Also, some writer seems to think the word Pen*us is hilarious, appearing way to many times.
Best Episodes:
The Shower Principle, Idiots are people 2/3 (hilarious Kelsey Grammer cameo)
Worst Episodes:
Hay Baby what's wrong: Padded to 40 minutes, with a long IKEA advert and boring jack subplot (the Vampire UN sketch is one of 30 rock's low points in my view)
Meet the Woggles: Do Jack and his mother love each other?, only been done 6 times before.
Live show 2: I like the first but this seems an advert for other NBC shows and the cast struggle with really weak material.
Extras: 2 and 3 look very good compared to the recent ones. There are less comentarys, which is a good thing compared to 5. Jane and Mr Tina Fey do a good one (wished it was one with Jack though). Again, way too many deleted scenes.
Sorry if I am sounding moany. I am just a huge fan over analysing. Fans' should check it out.
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