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30 Rock 7 Seasons

Season 1
4.3 out of 5 stars (119) IMDb 7.4/10

Emmy Award-winning "Saturday Night Live" stalwart Tina Fey writes, executive produces, and stars as head writer Liz Lemon in the comedy "30 Rock". Lemon's life is jolted when network executive Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) takes over The Girlie Show and forces Liz to hire the wild and unpredictable movie star Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan).

Starring:
Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan

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Season 1

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1. 30 Rock - Pilot

The premiere episode features single comedy writer Liz Lemon living every comedy writer's dream - head writer on a demanding, live TV variety program in New York City, which stars one of her closest friends, the sweet, but self absorbed Jenna Maroney.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2006 21 minutes
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2. The Aftermath

Liz Lemon must now face her writers and keep "The Girlie Show" from falling apart as her new boss, Jack Donaghy, forces creative changes to her show and the writing staff and cast learn how to deal with new star Tracy Jordan's antics. But, despite his erratic behavior, Tracy may be the one who unexpectedly pulls the cast and writers together.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 1 January 2006 21 minutes
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3. Blind Date

Confident he can fix both Liz Lemon's sketch show and sex life, overbearing boss Jack sets Liz up on a blind date with his friend Thomas. With Liz readying herself for her blind date, Jack infiltrates the writers' weekly poker game.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2006 21 minutes
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4. Jack the Writer

As Kenneth the Page quickly learns working for Tracy Jordan may be more than he bargained for, Liz struggles to keep ego-maniacal Jack out of the writers room and the scantily clad Cerie in her clothes.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 1 January 2006 21 minutes
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5. Jack-Tor

After being pressured by Jack to plug GE products into her show, Liz integrates Jack himself into a sketch. While Jack hones his questionable acting chops, Frank and Toofer trick Jenna into fearing for her job and Liz wonders if Tracy is faking illiteracy to skip out on rehearsals. Scott Adsit, Jack McBrayer and Rachel Dratch also star.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2006 21 minutes
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6. Jack Meets Dennis

Liz confesses she got back with her ex because he asked. Jack Donaghy fears that Liz is leading a life of mediocrity and takes it upon himself to be her mentor. Meanwhile, back at the show, Liz needs to deal with a physically-altered cast, including a face tattoo on Tracy; botox and collagen injections on Jenna and Josh sporting two black eyes from a run-in with an angry Regis Philbin.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2006 21 minutes
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7. Tracy Does Conan

Jack Donaghy bumps Jenna Maroney's scheduled appearance on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" by booking new star Tracy Jordan. Jenna, still irate over watching the show change to "TGS with Tracy Jordan," lashes out at Liz. To make matters worse, Tracy's gone off his medication and he's about to go on national television.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2006 21 minutes
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8. The Break-Up

Finally fed up with the boorish antics of her beeper salesman boyfriend Dennis, Liz sends him packing and attempts to hit the New York singles scene under the guidance of Jenna. Meanwhile, Jack deals with his own relationship woes, as he discovers dating a high-ranking official in the Bush Administration may be more difficult than he first thought.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2006 21 minutes
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9. The Baby Show

When the clueless teenage receptionist Cerie announces her sudden engagement to a wealthy Greek heir, Liz contemplates her own marital -- and maternal -- future, while the seemingly unbreakable Jack crumbles underneath the weight of his own "mommy issues."

AGES-12-AND-OVER 4 January 2007 21 minutes
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10. The Rural Juror

While Jenna anxiously awaits the limited release of her indie film, "The Rural Juror," Liz and the writers are loathe to confess they can't even grasp the tongue-twister of a title. Meanwhile, Tracy - desperate for some financial help - heeds Jack's advice and creates his own celebrity product to endorse.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 11 January 2007 21 minutes
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11. The Head and The Hair

Intrigued by two MSNBC guys-the cerebral nerd "The Head" and the gorgeous hunk "The Hair"-they keep running into inside 30 Rock, Liz and Jenna decide to get serious about their dating lives, but find themselves unexpectedly switching their typical roles when Liz admits she's clicking with-and falling for-The Hair.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 18 January 2007 21 minutes
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12. Black Tie

Liz wonders if she's actually on a date with Jack as she accompanies him to a birthday celebration for a foreign prince. While at the ball, Liz sees a different side to Jack as he unexpectedly runs in to his ex-wife. Back at 30 Rock, Tracy tempts Pete with a booze and babe-filled party in the office, while Kenneth the Page tries to keep Pete on the straight and narrow.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 February 2007 21 minutes
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13. Up All Night

After the entire cast binges on some questionable seafood at the craft services table, they hunker down to pull an all nighter and cobble a new show together. While Pete completely forgets the holiday altogether, romance may be blooming between Kenneth the Page and Cerie, who is squabbling with her Greek fiance.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 8 February 2007 21 minutes
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14. The C Word

After being a bit harsh on Lutz in the writer's room, Liz overhears him criticizing her iron-fisted management. Realizing she has to be more lenient with her staff, Liz adopts a more lax leadership style.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 15 February 2007 21 minutes
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15. Hard Ball

When Josh's contract is up, Jack sees an opportunity ripe for cost-cutting. While Liz tries to keep Josh in the 'TGS' cast and from jumping to a rival show, Tracy awards Kenneth the Page a coveted spot in his entourage. Meanwhile, Jenna gets into some hot water over a misquote in a popular magazine.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 22 February 2007 21 minutes
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16. The Source Awards

Jack, who needs to unload his family's staid and sub-par line of wines, persuades Ghostface Killah and hip-hop producer Ridikolus to endorse "Donaghy Estates" and introduce the next Cristal. Meanwhile, Kenneth the Page catches the eye of Ridikolus' girlfriend while attending The Source Awards with a reluctant Tracy and Liz attempts -- unsuccessfully -- to break up with Tracy's business manager.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 March 2007 21 minutes
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17. The Fighting Irish

Jack helps his down-and-out brother Eddie with a job at 'TGS' - but can the staff handle two Donaghys? Meanwhile, Liz, forced to make staff cutbacks, wonders if axing NBC lawyer Floyd's girlfriend, Other Liz would look desperate. Tracy seeks spiritual fulfillment -- at his lawyer's request -- with the aid of Kenneth the Page.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 8 March 2007 21 minutes
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18. Fireworks

Threatened by a sneaky West Coast NBC executive, Jack enlists Kenneth the Page to help thwart any attempts to usurp Donaghy's TV throne. Meanwhile, Tracy is served with paternity papers and Pete and Liz adjust to life as roommates and co-workers.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 5 April 2007 21 minutes
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19. Corporate Crush

The tables have turned inside 30 Rock: Liz is actually happy in her new relationship with Floyd while Jack finds his job may be in jeopardy after his televised fireworks fiasco prompts top GE man Don Geiss to warn he's got his eye on Jack's performance. Tracy vies for Geiss' attention, hoping to turn his feature film idea for "Jefferson" into a reality.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 12 April 2007 21 minutes
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20. Cleveland

Sick of New York and frustrated with his career, Floyd contemplates a move to the Midwest and asks Liz if she'd consider leaving TGS behind. Jack rushes to Paris -- and soon, the altar -- with Christies auctioneer Phoebe while Tracy works furiously on financing his latest career move, dubbed the "Tracy Jordan Comeback."

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 19 April 2007 21 minutes
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21. Hiatus

As TGS' summer hiatus approaches, Liz deals with the difficulties of her long-distance relationship with Floyd while she enlists Kenneth's help in locating on-the-lam Tracy. Meanwhile, Jack's impending marriage to Phoebe brings his mother, Colleen Donaghy, to town.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 26 April 2007 21 minutes
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I won't waste your time telling you about the plot, or that it is critically-acclaimed, or that Alec Baldwin is in it. Amazon.co.uk have already done this. What I will do is give you a few - of many, many - reasons why I love 30 Rock so much.

I love comedy, and I particularly love American television comedies. But I am very picky and don't watch a series unless I really like it.

This show has the intelligence and subtlety of 'Frasier', the subversiveness of 'Sarah Silverman', the sheer random quirky cut-aways of 'Scrubs', and the non-stop pace of 'Family Guy'. But don't think this is just a pick 'n' mix; it is blended into a quality comedy that could be the new 'Friends' - in popularity, not style.

The writing is brilliant: the humour is always on the money, and at times laugh-out-loud-and-rewind funny.
The whole acting industry (including both 30 Rock and its actors) are sent up with spot-on paradies and in-jokes. There are threads of humour that span a full episode or a full season, but also stand-alone sequences lasting a mere 3 or 4 seconds (You Tube will provide you with these).
The show also manages to seamlessly blend, as opposed to clumsily 'insert', hints of genuinely touching, believable emotion.

The characters are not what you'd call 'realistic' in the sense of, say, 'The Office' characters, but within the context of the programme (call it a heightened reality if you like) they are generally rounded and believable. I must add that each and every one is played to perfection; kudos to the casting team.

Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin are clearly the stars, but the performances put in by the 'supporting' cast are anything but. You feel like the show could allocate major screen time to any of the cast and deliver.
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I caught a few episodes on tv then it seemed to disappear so it's good to get the whole season on dvd. I tried buying it in my local Borders but their packs were faulty with 2 disc 3's and no disc 2.

Boy was I glad to receive mine through Amazon and find out it had the correct discs.

This show is amazing, I don't know how Tina Fey does all she does but I'm glad she does it. This woman has an amazing brain and a spot on sense of humour that translates well to UK humour.

If you want escapism and a laugh then buy this boxed set.
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If you're a Tina Fey fan like me you already know how amazing this show is. One of the best comedy shows out there and yet very underrated, for some reason. As it seems the other reviews already said it all when it comes to the intellectual and comedic value of this show, so i may just go in a different direction and simply tell you about the bonus features you will find in this boxset, something that amazon usually likes to omit.

First season doesn't have any bonus features.

Season 2 Bonus Features:

Deleted Scenes
"Cooter" table read
30 Rock Live At The UCB Theatre
Tina hosts SNL
An Evening With 30 Rock
Easter Egg Bloomers

Season 3 Bonus Features:

Audio Commentary by Tina Fey, Jon Hamm, Alan Alda, Jack McBrayer, Jane Krakowski and More
Deleted Scenes
Behind The Scenes With The Muppets
1-900-OKFACE
Season Finale Table Read
The Making Of "Kidney Now!"
Photo Gallery
And More... As Far As You Know

Season 4 Bonus Features:

Extended Versions Of "Secret Santa" and "I Do I Do"
Audio Commentary by Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer, Jon Hamm, Scott Adsit, John Lutz, Jeff Richmond, Don Scardino and Lorne Michaels
Deleted Scenes
Behind the Scenes Of "The Moms" and "I Do I Do"
Food Network's Ace Of Cakes: 30 Rock (And Roll)
Tennis Night in America
Photo Gallery

As for subtitles you'll only find them in english and exclusively for season 4.
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Since 30 Rock began airing I had watched a number of episodes on TV in no particular order. At the time I thought it was pretty funny but didn't feel like I was able to fully appreciate some of the humour, having missed most of first couple of series. Nevertheless, I decided to take a punt on the box set and having watched all the episodes I don't regret it.

The first series gets off to a somewhat tentative start, something that Tina Fey acknowledges in her autobiography/memoir Bossypants, but once the relationships between the characters have been established it really comes into its own. The five lead performances are all great, with the writing for each of the main character really getting stronger from season to season. Trying to describe 30 Rock's style of comedy is a bit of an ask, you should probably watch a few episodes before you even consider buying a four season box set, but I'd be inclined to say that it has a little bit of everything. The show definitely embraces its silliness and slapstick and physical comedy is commonplace throughout the series, but there are also satirical moments and some hilariously obscure references thrown in, all of which I really enjoyed. In some ways this broad range of comedy styles reminds me of Arrested Development - Season 1-3 [DVD], which is one of my favourite comedy series, though whether fans of Arrested Development will enjoy 30 Rock, or vice versa, I can't guarantee.

The DVDs also feature some decent extras.
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