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Tina Fey Raps? Listen to Her Verse on Donald Glover's New Album

by Mike Sampson July 05, 2012 09:15 AM
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Tina Fey rapping is probably not what you expected to hear this morning, but it's for real. Fey teamed up with 'Community' star (and former '30 Rock' writer) Donald Glover for a verse on his new ablum "Royalty" and...well, you're going to have to listen for yourself.

Watch Tina Fey and Jon Stewart Go 'Between Two Ferns' With Zach Galifianakis

by Mike Sampson May 07, 2012 09:55 AM
Comedy Central
Last night, Comedy Central premiered their first 'Between Two Ferns' special, subtitled 'A Fairytale of New York.'  Host Zach Galifianakis hadn't recorded one of his popular Funny or Die shows in a while but returned last night with a whole batch of new interviews, framed around one of those Barbara Walters interview specials.  So how'd it go?

'30 Rock' Review: "Nothing Left To Lose"

by Jake Walker April 06, 2012 02:30 AM
This week's '30 Rock' seemed to be tightly reigned in, and devoid of most of the traditional shenaniganry (and we're not exactly sure that's a word, but it certainly applies to '30 Rock'). Jenna's antic's were toned down, Tracy was well-behaved, and I think the only "wacky" moment in the whole show came from a boxing dummy.
This isn't to say that the show wasn't funny - it's just after nearly a whole season of craziness, a "bottle episode" (no guest stars, limited sets and effects, etc.) comes as a bit of a surprise.
In this case, show's standard three mini-plot formula proved useful, keeping the focus from staying too long in one place helped to keep things from getting dull.

Ladies, We Can Stop Making TV Shows Now Because the Co-Creator of 'Two and a Half Men' Says So

by Britt Hayes April 02, 2012 08:07 PM
You're all familiar with 'Two and a Half Men,' the head-scratchingly popular show that used to star Charlie Sheen, abuser of women, and now stars Ashton Kutcher, abuser of fame. The show's co-creator, Lee Aronsohn, recently had some despicable things to say about female-centric television from his throne of male righteousness.

'30 Rock' Review: "The Shower Principle"

by Jake Walker March 30, 2012 01:45 AM
We join our intrepid heroine Liz Lemon on April 14th, as she gets called 'predictable' by her accountant, which might be the most depressing thing that can happen to a person. We're treated to flashbacks that highlight just how repetitive her life seems to be getting, before the theme song break transports us to Jack's office, where Liz begins to realize that more of the same seems to be happening.